Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Bush Is Insane


By Elaine Meinel Supkis

The latest "interview" with Bush where he bares his sole of his shoes, shows clearly, this man is insane. He should be locked up in a secure facility (or prison).

From ABC News:
BUSH: You know, it's interesting, you said that one of the things that we love doing is to invite our buddies up from Texas. And I think about the time we had Jones, Procter and Selee [sic]. These are guys we grew up with in Midland, Texas. They are down to earth, you know, they have no agenda, except being with their friends Laura and George.

VARGAS: They call you George?

BUSH: No, they call me Mr. President.

VARGAS: I was going to say…

BUSH: They probably don't want to call me Mr. President, but they do call me Mr. President. And we sit up there in the White House. First of all, it's a great joy to see their joy about being here. It's a fantastic experience for people to be able to come here.

VARGAS: To come and visit.

BUSH: Yeah.

VARGAS: That's great

BUSH: They're not jaded. The other thing is that they remind us of what's important in life. And that we're not here in this office — really pretty brief period of time. And yet your friendships which became the foundation of your life last forever. And I'm real pleased that our buddies who were friends before government will be friends after government. No matter what their status is in life. And it's really one of the neat things to do, to welcome people here. Have them come up from West Texas and kind of walk around in their accents and go, "Man, this is something else!"

VARGAS: [With twang] This is great!

BUSH: "This is unbelievable Bush! We can't believe we're here nor can we believe you're here."
Aside from his deteriorating ability to speak English, the astonishing thought processes here are frightening. His laughing about his "down to earth" buddies being totally intimidated by him and despite their desire to be down to earth buddies, they are forced to call him "Mr. President" yet when he makes fun of them being awed by the White House as if this clown didn't haunt the White House during the years his father run the joint!----acting as if this were something new----the fact is, when he pretends to be them, he calls himself, "Bush".

Now, I know no close friends at any time in my life that I or they referred to themselves or myself by the formal last name. Never. Indeed, when we do this, it is to insult each other when someone screws up.

Also, the expressions of disbelief coming from people who are supposed to be his friends is very odd indeed considering that gramps Bush was a Senator and daddy Bush was a Vice President then President, for his comfortable buddies who brook no formality to be astonished by all this is very bizarre. Of course, they aren't around to dispute this but it is all around horrifying.

Why? Because the stilted language, the stilted images of them as if they are shadows moving in front of Bush's nonseeing eyes.

This guy who spent only a short while in Texas in his youth before being shipped to a top private Academy in the Northeast, can't help but sneer at his former playmates who blew up frogs with him during his misspent youth. "It is a great joy to see their joy" is a psychopath talking. Namely, he loves to rub his status in the face of his earliest friends. I am certain they were overjoyed to be invited to the White House and Bush clearly understands they had no business with him, thus the joy in looking down his nose at them. Unlike moneymen who he has to carefully cultivate and pleasure.

There are no pictures of him kissing his childhood friends, unlike the Saudis, for example.

The entire interview is full of misappropriated nouns and verbs, running amock, seeking shelter.
VARGAS: One of the great perks living here.

BUSH: That and having a gym above your bedroom.

VARGAS: Now that's a perk! Do you work out everyday?

BUSH: I do. Six days a week.
The inabilty to understand plain English is glaring here. He works out "everyday" six days a week? What? Of course, he couldn't say, "No, I do it only six days a week, not Sundays" for example though I seriously doubt he spares Sunday. The fact that he has to ride his bike everywhere and work out upstairs, too, nearly every day is a sign of mental distress. He isn't an athlete, he supposedly has pressing work to do, yet he focuses nearly all his remaining brain cells on mindless churning work outs.

Serioiusly, this might be a symptom of his brain dying. When a shark is brain dead, it circles in the water instead of going in a straight line. This is how I caught one once with my bare hands. I knew it was dying.

Animals suffering from rabies or more, deer or cows suffering from MCD walk in circles without resting. When I see animals doing this, this is a sign their brains are expiring.

Another aspect of this bubble interview was the extended part about his girls. Both of them have been caught, drinking while underage, using false IDs, using Secret Service agents to haul them from bar to bar and keep them from being arrested. Neither the interviewer nor Bush mention these sorts of things. The media is still protecting him even when discussing his strange meeting with Cheney where Bush shows great consideration for Cheney's FEELINGS after that guy stupidly shot a money man for the GOP. He doesn't mention any concern for the well being or feelings of the victim, only relief there was no death to cover up.

Indeed, the fact that these same media people parse and pinch anything anyone on the liberal side of politics say, like whenever Dean opens his mouth, the hostile reception in contrast to the careful padding of Bush's ego is probably why he can imagine no one is horrified by his obvious increasing brain damage.

Just like the ports business. First, he said he was determined to give our ports to his family friends in the United Arab Emerites then he claimed he had no idea it was happening until the news hit him then he reverted and said it was a good idea. Either he is insane or he spins like a weathercock in a hurricane. He also claims in this interview that he still has a mandate to spend even though his polls have collapsed. This is way out of touch with reality, isn't it?

I say, he is insane. This is why he couldn't process the information about the hurricane destroying New Orleans though this doesn't explain the brain damage of Chertoff who didn't know anything for days and days, either.

Aaaaaa. Bush isn't insane. He is a criminal. And so is Chertoff. And Rumsfeld. Arrest them all or lock them in an insane asylum with Nurse Ratchet.

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