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Sep 25 2008

Are You Fucking Kidding Me!?

On Wednesday, deranged fuckwit President Bush had this to say about the financial bailout plan:

Financial assets related to home mortgages have lost value during the housing decline, and the banks holding these assets have restricted credit. As a result, our entire economy is in danger. So I propose that the federal government reduce the risk posed by these troubled assets and supply urgently needed money so banks and other financial institutions can avoid collapse and resume lending. [emphasis added]

Has this craven scumbag ever said anything that wasn’t a complete utter lie designed solely to benefit one or another of his various America-hating traitorious shitbag cronies? I mean seriously, is there even a single person left in the United States who could possibly believe a single word Bush says about anyfuckingthing?

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  1. 1
    MissPrism

    7*10e11 dollars. Uh… Wha? Guh. All too stupid. Lost will to grammar.

  2. 2
    Physiogroupie IV

    Actually, I’m relieved to see everyone didn’t take all their money out of stocks in response to having watched last night’s Bush speech.

  3. 3
    bikemonkey

    I liked the way he blamed the whole fucking thing on people taking out mortgages they couldn’t afford, myself. what a fucknut!

  4. 4
    rehctaw

    In order to lie, he would have to comprehend what he’s saying. That vacuous far-away look that keeps getting further and farther away? NOT A FUCKING CLUE! He believes it because he read it as he said it.

    When asked, he knows he heard it somewhere before… it was where he come from in Texas, might be in Tennesee too…

  5. 5
    Stephanie Z

    Because money that was too attractive not to borrow wasn’t a huge part of what got us into this mess? Oh, wait. We’re not actually all in the mess, are we?

  6. 6
    Juniper Shoemaker

    Oh, you all know that blame for the current economic fiasco lies entirely on the heads of “liberals”, who spend their lives in a bohemian drift, ignoring the disadvantaged people they claim to champion and winding up as losers with fake jobs who can’t take care of their own families. Anyone who’s made it on Wall Street can’t possibly be guilty of bad business decisions! They have gumption!

    *sarcasm*

    Seriously, though: until very recently, I had a lot of Libertarian sympathies (yes, of the Ayn Rand type). This has partly to do with my childhood rearing in a fairly conservative environment. But it also involves an irrational fear that, if I “sank” into “liberalism”, I would somehow become the type of parasitical person who never contributed anything real to society and could never be relied upon in hard times.

    Interesting to be vigorously re-examining these sympathies now, in light of a worldview changed by science, this election, and the evocative rants by . . . colorful people like PhysioProf. Not to mention real life. . .

    Yeah, I know. Way too serious for PhysioProf’s blog. I couldn’t help it. :)

  7. 7
    Lemur

    Again I say, I got my passport ready for November. Just in case.
    I’m sorry, Canada, you may have to deal with my gay liberal ass.
    On this bailout bullshit: I’m just waiting for the meteor-crashing-into-the-earth plea for money. Seriously, I’m waiting to see what they come up with next.

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