Minister of Science and Chief Protector of the Faith

Sunday, September 03, 2006

They told them that they were gullible, and they believed them.

The invisible hand of the market place has ironically placed an anti-bush ad atop the page for the George Bush fan Club blogring. This is proof positive that Donald Rumsfeld is right, the terrorists are indeed actively manipulating the media in this country.

George Bush fan Club

mistresshottieOne of the members of the blogring, mistresshottie, uses a quote from the TV series West Wing in her online profile, "Do you have any idea how much I would like to dress you up in lederhosen and drop kick you into the fjords right now?" Clearly she knows how to keep America's Hitler Neocon Youth hot under the epaulets! If you look closely, you can see that she is holding the recently severed head of a Hollywood Liberal. (Either that, or it's a Punjabi born convenience store owner that was wearing just a little too much "terrorist swarthy" eyeshadow for her tastes.)

Sometime a photo says it all. SalmonCakeDaddy states cryptically, "Brittain (sic) has our back. Even when 50% of the American people don't. 'Told you so!'" And yet in a previous post he says "I Hate Financial Aid, but I Hate the British More." In a post titled "Zarqawi is Dead" SalmonCakeDaddy eloquently states "One more bloody booger picked from the world's nose." Hey, he watches Star Trek. That's a good sign.SalmonCakeDaddy

GojakeGojake has an interesting view on foreign policy, "the President is missing the boat and his chance to be really cool, and bring this country together. The President of Iran challenged Bush to a debate. I think they should do this. Hype it with promos like they do for WWE wrestling. Set it up in an arena, have theme music when they’re introduced. The Iranian President can enter to some Iranian Music, George Bush can enter to either "Real American" (Hulk Hogan’s theme), Theme from Rocky, or Bad to the Bone."

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