10 Lessons From the Toilet Presidency of George W. Bush:
1. Religious fanatics are now the number one threat to the planet Earth.
2. Fundamentalists no more speak for Christianity than ultra right wing Zionists speak for the Jewish community. And clearly it's a desecration to confuse the Prophet Mohammed with psychopathic terrorists.
3. Once upon a time, we had political representatives who spoke for our values and truths, but there's more spine in the back of a book than in the DLC (Democratic Leadership Council). In short, WE ARE ON OUR OWN. Practically speaking, this is the most important lesson of all, because so long as we assume we have advocates, we won't take responsibility for saving our children and country.
4. We've learned that the American media sells its soul cheap. You can buy television anchors by the gross (the Australian Rupert Murdoch has 10 or 12 of them on his key chain). This can't be said strongly enough: the Judas American press has betrayed us; they have betrayed
5. We've learned that White House stupidity (are you listening, George) is a luxury our species can no longer afford. Global warming is real. Murderous hurricanes are real. 3rd millennia plagues are real. Ozone holes are real. And on and on and on and on. We've learned that anti environmental policies turn Mother Nature into Mother Kali (the Goddess of Death). Climate changes which formerly took ten thousand years are now taking ten. So long as G. Duhbya is calling the shots, our God given environment is doomed. Said differently, it's suicidal for us to keep indulging these Bush Family air heads who have trouble even pronouncing the word science. Science haters are planet killers -- it's that simple.
6. We've learned that most Republicans are fascists (dictatorship of the rich to the max). Perhaps they've been closet Nazis all along. In any case, we now see them for what they are: lying, greed vampires who would sell your children to make a buck. Is this hyperbole and exaggeration? No. Look what they're doing to the planet. Look what they're doing to the economy. Look what they're doing to our children's health care. Look what they're doing to our retirements. Look what they're doing to our infinitely sacrificed for constitutional Republic. No; exaggeration is not the word. Rather, seeing it and saying it like it is.
7. We've learned that financial aristocracies (the "elites") and religious cults are products of social and/or biological inbreeding. And whether due to genetic abnormalities (e.g., the hemophiliac Royal families of
8. We've learned that George Bush is the liar of the 3rd Millennia. He wouldn't give you a straight answer if you asked him the way to the bathroom. He lied to us about
9. We've learned that for Republicans, there is no rule of law. Remember those jerks in high school who were always trying to steal your shoes? It didn't cross our minds that when they got older, they would also steal elections. First they stole the year 2000 Presidential election when Republican brown shirts stormed the
10. Not a lesson, but a question. Whatever happened to that little black box under Bush's coat during the 2004 Kerry debates? Everyone could see it; we all knew it was there. Shouldn't it end up in a Presidential museum or something? Maybe he'll start wearing it again now that he's lost his smirk.
W. Christopher Epler