Sunday, February 26, 2006

What a revoltin' development this is.

Most readers of this blog won't appreciate the title to this post. It's from a funny 1940's radio program entitled "The Life of Riley" starring William Bendix, in which Bendix plays a hapless husband/father who confronts various social and familial entanglements, most of his own doing.

Kinda like Bush, who has espoused "democracy" in the Middle East and has ended up with Hamas, a "terrorist organization" according to Bush, in control of the Palestinian government, and Muktada al Sadr, who's an announced foe of the US occupation of Iraq, now a kingmaker in the "democratically elected" government.

Let's see: Bush's social security "privatization" won't fly; his Medicare "drug benefit" is a nightmare; his invasion of Iraq is ditto; his "economic recovery" is a boon only to the rich; his environmental program is ruinous. Don't get me started.

What did we expect? This man's a loser, born, bred and being. He's never done well, not at anything he's ever done, except being chosen for jobs he can't perform.

We reap what we sow.

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