Monday, May 4, 2009

The Bush Museum of GOP Lies and Elitism

Hello Readers! While the rest of America reels from dishonest war and one of the greatest economic catastrophes since the Great Depression, super rich Republicans have been showing their disgusting affection for George W. Bush by helping him raise over $100 million in just over 100 days for that abomination of a library he plans at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

It would appear that he and his team are continuing in their quest to sell lies to gullible historians who may one day attempt to repackage his presidency, and the library will be the cornerstone of that sales pitch.

It also appears the richest of the rich, who tended to do very well under Bush at the expense of the rest of us, have come to his aid. The financial backers of the 43rd president have honored the "Don of Dallas" with enough money to provide a decent home for his criminal papers and presidential keep-sakes.

As usual GOP hypocrisy is ripe. Republicans have been screaming bloody murder ever since President Clinton opened his library using confidential donations. The Bush fundraising effort has even more suspicious origins. Time Magazine reports how many unnamed donors were nervous and uncomfortable giving, and demanded privacy. What does that sound like to you? To me, it sounds like "dirty money," extortion, or even blackmail! I have heard it's a Bush family specialty.

Presidential libraries are very scary things. Ex-presidents, unburdened by campaign finance regulations, phone their old cronies to tap them for thousands if not millions of dollars - it's payback time assholes! That must be a fun phone call to get. It's a disgusting modern American spectacle. Billion dollar campaigns aren't enough anymore, so now we have cranky old presidents calling in their chips from all over the WORLD! The rotten libraries are nothing but museums of spin, built on the dirty money using suspicious IOUs.

Bush's 100 co-chairs from every state represent a veritable who's who of American greed. They are his oldest and richest financial backers - a mafia-like inner circle of greed first, country second if you ask me. They may try to look patriotic, but the bulk of them would sell us all for a nickle if given the chance. Oh yes, they had a chance, and did just that over the past eight years or so. They are most likely the core constituency of those who destroyed the middle-class economy, while their supporters waved American flags and trusted in their BS!

The final $300 million project will represent the largest private propaganda institute since Carnegie set about trying to refashion his image. The bad news is that, just like with Carnegie, money talks - and often obscures the truth. The good news is that there are always true historians who print the facts.

Carnegie is still thought by many to be a financial tyrant and murderer - there is plenty of evidence, if you consider the way he put labor at risk and hired thugs to enforce his rules. History was not white washed, despite the libraries and music halls. So, there's hope that no matter what the Bush family does, the Bush library and propaganda will have little effect. Hopefully, despite all efforts, Bush will be remembered for the horrible and despicable things he did.

Groundbreaking for the library is set for November of next year, and the organizers hope to dedicate and open the doors in early 2013. I'm not so naive as to think that Bush will be denied his library, but I do hope it becomes a huge white elephant, a boondoggle, or even a national joke. I'll keep my fingers crossed. Let's hope it will embarrass the GOP, Texans (I know, unlikely), and those who support the Bush crime family.

Let's all hope it becomes one more Bush failure!

Monday's Political Rant - Michael


Anonymous said...

I love it when Bush pisses people like yourself off makes me laugh to no end that a asshole like yourself would spend this much time and energy on the man

Anonymous said...

The Sun Belt just might recover, but employment prospects look grim in Michigan, Ohio and California. I would be more worried about this than George Bush, I do believe you live in that shit hole called Kalifornia.

by Michael Boh said...

Oh Anon, as rude and crude as ever I see. First of all, Bush doesn't piss me off personally. You may think it, but trust me, no. I'm just bothered by the support the man gets from rich GOP scum. He's a criminal who should be scorned, not honored with a library. Like I said in my piece, if you read it, he won't be the first criminal to be honored with a library. Oh yea, and don't worry about us in California, we'll be just fine. I'd worry about your own situation. Now if only you had the guts to say who you are and where you live, we could debate it. Don't worry, we wouldn't expect you to be that honest. MB

Infidel753 said...

I love it when Bush pisses people like yourself off makes me laugh to no end that a asshole like yourself would spend this much time and energy on the man

Brave words from a guy who can't even afford periods to go at the ends of his sentences.

I do believe you live in that shit hole called Kalifornia.

Funny how the "patriotic" right-wingers hate America, or at least the parts of it that don't vote the way they like. Of course, some of us are concerned with what's good for the whole country.

Now if only you had the guts to say who you are and where you live,

It's a safe bet he lives in one of the red states -- you know, the ones with the sky-high rates of divorce, teen pregnancy, obesity, internet porn searches, etc.....

by Michael Boh said...

VERY well said Infidel - VERY well said. I doubt he/she/it will listen to us because I'm sure he/she/it doesn't really respect us (he/she/it never seems to listen or actually debate anything), but at least we try - Michael