Great Quote

Posted: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 | Posted by Jaba |

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." - Theodore Roosevelt

I've seen a lot right-wing fascist blogs that say something to the
effect of: If you don't support the President, you're unpatriotic.

Today, I saw a bumper sticker that suggests: If you don't support the President,
you don't support our troops.

What a load of shit.

First, most of the people that despise the acts of the President have
nothing but admiration for our troops. These are the people most disgusted with seeing our brave men and women dying on Iraqi soil.

Second, these fascists should look at themselves and how they behaved
during the Clinton era. The level of venom directed at President Clinton by the Republican party was disgusting. By their own logic, they are the most
unpatriotic bastards around.

Third, the Republican spin machine has succesfully portrayed anyone
that questions the President as tree hugging hippies. On the contrary, most Bush
bashers, such as myself, are pissed beyond comprehension that President
"Dead or Alive" has given that ahole bin laden a free pass during the past few years. Don't give me that bullshit that attacking Iraq was part of a "global war on terror". One could argue that there are more terrorists in Iraq now then before we attacked. And attacking Iraq to destroy al-queda is like kicking the blind pitbull of the guy who raped your sister.


  1. Unadulterated Underdog said...
  2. Thanks for visiting my site! I liked your blog on the GOP... they are very much turned into a flock of ostriches with their heads in the sand. They are also hypocrites... I don't think the GOP was always this way but in recent years they have fallen to working for their own ends ahead of Americas. I do not hate the GOP... as a Democrat I want what's best for America. It's an uphill fight but nothing worth while is easy.