Saturday, August 27, 2005

King George losing it?

With King George's approval rating at an all time low over the war in Iraq, it seems the press is finally noticing his psycopathic behavior. The more he gets backed into a corner, the more I think we will see him unravel, as this Capitol Hill Blue suggests. Because the press is finally waking up and because this article so accutely nails Bush's psycopathy, I'm re-posting the entire article:

Bush's Obscene Tirades Rattle White House Aides
Aug 25, 2005, 06:19

While President George W. Bush travels around the country in a last-ditch effort to sell his Iraq war, White House aides scramble frantically behind the scenes to hide the dark mood of an increasingly angry leader who unleashes obscenity-filled outbursts at anyone who dares disagree with him.

“I’m not meeting again with that goddamned bitch,” Bush screamed at aides who suggested he meet again with Cindy Sheehan, the war-protesting mother whose son died in Iraq. “She can go to hell as far as I’m concerned!”

Bush flashes the bird, something aides say he does often and has been doing since his days as governor of Texas. Bush, administration aides confide, frequently explodes into tirades over those who protest the war, calling them “motherfucking traitors.” He reportedly was so upset over Veterans of Foreign Wars members who wore “bullshit protectors” over their ears during his speech to their annual convention that he told aides to “tell those VFW assholes that I’ll never speak to them again if they can’t keep their members under control.”

White House insiders say Bush is growing increasingly bitter over mounting opposition to his war in Iraq. Polls show a vast majority of Americans now believe the war was a mistake and most doubt the President’s honesty.

“Who gives a flying fuck what the polls say,” he screamed at a recent strategy meeting. “I’m the President and I’ll do whatever I goddamned please. They don’t know shit.”

Bush, while setting up for a photo op for signing the recent CAFTA bill, flipped an extended middle finger to reporters. Aides say the President often “flips the bird” to show his displeasure and tells aides who disagree with him to “go to hell” or to “go fuck yourself.” His habit of giving people the finger goes back to his days as Texas governor, aides admit, and videos of him doing so before press conferences were widely circulated among TV stations during those days. A recent video showing him shooting the finger to reporters while walking also recently surfaced.

Bush’s behavior, according to prominent Washington psychiatrist, Dr. Justin Frank, author of “Bush on the Couch: Inside the Mind of the President,” is all too typical of an alcohol-abusing bully who is ruled by fear.

To see that fear emerge, Dr. Frank says, all one has to do is confront the President. “To actually directly confront him in a clear way, to bring him out, so you would really see the bully, and you would also see the fear,” he says.

Dr. Frank, in his book, speculates that Bush, an alcoholic who brags that he gave up booze without help from groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, may be drinking again.

“Two questions that the press seems particularly determined to ignore have hung silently in the air since before Bush took office,” Dr. Frank says. “Is he still drinking? And if not, is he impaired by all the years he did spend drinking? Both questions need to be addressed in any serious assessment of his psychological state.”

Last year, Capitol Hill Blue learned the White House physician prescribed anti-depressant drugs for the President to control what aides called “violent mood swings.” As Dr. Frank also notes: “In writing about Bush's halting appearance in a press conference just before the start of the Iraq War, Washington Post media critic Tom Shales speculated that ‘the president may have been ever so slightly medicated.’”

Dr. Frank explains Bush’s behavior as all-too-typical of an alcoholic who is still in denial: “The pattern of blame and denial, which recovering alcoholics work so hard to break, seems to be ingrained in the alcoholic personality; it's rarely limited to his or her drinking,” he says. “The habit of placing blame and denying responsibility is so prevalent in George W. Bush's personal history that it is apparently triggered by even the mildest threat.”

© Copyright 2005 by Capitol Hill Blue

Wow, Dorothy, this is the president that 51% of Americans supposedly elected in 2004? This is the man who has the keys to the nuclear buttons? The right-wing controlled media ran poor Howard Dean into the ground just because he let out an excited "yee-haw" at a campaign rally, claiming that we certainly wouldn't want someone this exciteable in the White House. Lord, no, Alice! But we'll elect someone like George W. Bush, who's had drug and alcohol problems most of his life and who obviously has anger management issues?

W. is supposedly a Christian, god-fearing man -- who curses like a sailor, flips the bird at whoever pisses him off that day, usually reporters, calls veterans of foreign wars "assholes," and shows absolutely no empathy for mothers who've lost their sons in this alleged "war on terror"? I don't know about you, but I don't think that's very Christian-like behavior and the 51% who allegedly voted for him ought to be thinking pretty hard right now about what they've done and the monster they've created.

I can't see how anyone in their right mind could possibly believe W. when he says that he "honors the men who've died" for this war, or any war, for that matter. The man is simply a two-faced liar. Anyone who disagrees, anyone who dissents, anyone who confronts him is met with the greatest of disdain behind the scenes, apparently. If he's not drinking, he's certainly acting like a dry drunk.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blog is awesome! If you get a chance you may want to visit this discount cat furniture site, it's pretty awesome too!

7:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just passing through and saw your site. Great Blog! I'll check in occasionally.

I have a Dunwoody Computer Service site/blog.

Come and check it out if you get time :-)

7:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your blog is great. I'm sure you'd be interested in internet advertising. It isn't anything special but have a look at internet advertising.

7:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really enjoy reading your comments...probably because I am a devout loather of George Bush and his henchmen. My blog is not quite as fervent, but, believe me, I feel exactly like you do. Have a look sometime at my ramblings...about many topics, not just my loathing of Bush. Here are links to some you might enjoy:

8:10 PM  
Blogger Star Dust said...

Hi, anonymous --

First two links didn't work. Not interested in Internet advertising. Your blog, however, is passionate and down to earth. We're on the same wave length. I'll check back in periodically. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

6:44 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home