Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Things to make your day worse

Dear President Bush,

You are a bad man. People who prefer to spend money killing people (Blackwater and Halliburton) instead of providing them with health care, education, and not being hired thugs (SCHIP Bill and last summer's bills to expand embryonic stem cell research and troop withdrawals, respectively) are often referred to as dictators, kingpins, and warlords. You are one of those people, but I don't know which label best suits you. I will get back to you on that.

I wonder if the money you spend on secrecy and wire-tapping might be better spent elsewhere. I wonder if the ethical and monetary debts you owe to your present and future citizens (as well as the rest of the world) will ever be repaid--and who will do the repaying. I wonder if all of the people you have murdered while you were governor of Texas and while you have been the Stolen President of the US are waiting for you in some other dimension. I wonder how you sleep at night. I wonder if you wonder these things.

Watching the Blackwater hearings as I read about your vetoes makes me feel dirty. Despite my votes against you, you have made me a party to your greed and ambition. This country and the world are worse places because you lived in them. What an awful legacy to leave.

A Concerned Citizen


weege said...

The SCHIP bill is the monetary equivalent of 40 days in Bush's Iraq misadventure, but according to him the SCHIP bill "is too costly". So it's OK to empty our coffers killing people in Iraq, but it's too expensive to provide the poor children of our nation with proper health care. Absolutely despicable.

james said...