No, Bush Can't
No, Bush Can't
Received an e-mail from this Pro-Bush organization, "Yes. Bush Can," where they apparently have decided to tell bloggers everywhere that they are endorsing Kerry, adding more rats determined to abandon the sinking ship. Which is not pejorative. Rats are pretty smart and know how to survive.
A week ago, we sent you an email asking for help debunking anti-Bush documents. After receiving hundreds of responses, it become clear that all the documents were actually real: the Bush/Cheney DUIs, the Ken Lay letters, and even the bin Laden memo. For more information visit thedocuments page:http://www.yesbushcan.com/falsedocs.shtml
We also received hundreds of emails from concerned bloggers thateloquently expressed the problems with the Bush administration. And as we traveled across America campaigning for Bush, we learned more than we wanted to know about Bush's policies. We came to see that this administration is a catastrophe for most people.As a result, we are abandoning our support of Bush and officially endorsing John Kerry for President. You can read more at the Yes Bush Can web site:http://www.yesbushcan.com/We deeply regret our misguided support and apologize for our previousemail. This will be the last email we will send directly to bloggers.If you want to join us in supporting Kerry, you can find out more here: http://www.yesbushcan.com/act.shtml
Thank you for your understanding,
Yes Bush Can
Congratulations for figuring this out after everyone else, guys. But better late than never. At least some Republicans are sane. It's interesting, traveling around the country campaigning, that they found out more than Bush about how the people feel, but then Bush has been at GOP-true-believer-only events the whole time, where a loyalty oath was demanded of attendants, and the only "questions" allowed were actually just fawning praise. That way Bush could continue to live in his bubble and pretend his detractors were the minority. I hope he's happy his staff fucked him like that. Or maybe he demanded that. But what it meant was that he had no idea how to correct his mistakes. But then, he doesn't believe he's made any, as he thinks he's the messiah.
At this rate, Bush will soon have only the most hardcore of right-wingers left, the gun nuts and the anti-choicers. This is why I think the polls--which aren't taking into account the massive anti-Bush sentiment among college students--are full of shit and that Kerry's not at all neck-and-neck. He's ahead. I have a very difficult time finding Bush supporters who don't support him with a massive number of qualifications to their support, i.e. excuses.
They gambled everything on him and he let them down, as he let all of us down. (like I ever expected any different from him) He single-handedly embarrassed their party for quite some time to come and doesn't seem to care. Like father, like son.
Was it worth it to let us all see your fangs, GOP? Was it worth making sure we'll always know now what you're up to? For Bush was only revealing what their real intent is. Bush forgot Reagan's lesson: seduce, don't attack. He seemed to think he could ignore everyone that disagreed with him. He squandered political capital. And what does he hjave to show for it?
Nothing whatsoever. Bush is the GOP's Jimmy Carter--except that, however unsuited Carter may have been to be president, he was a good man. Bush is not. And he only has himself to blame that even his own side sees it now, and probably wishes they'd supported John McCain. Hell, I might have voted for McCain in 2000.
The GOP finally needs to see past the delusion that they only need the religious right to govern. The Nixon strategy no longer works. Bush should have governed as everybody's president, but he decided to only be theirs, and took advantage of a national tragedy to do it. Unforgivable.
I said it before, I'll say it again. He'll go down in history as the worst president ever if he loses on Tuesday, and he knows it. So I wonder what he thinks about the opinions of the historians now. It's fortunate for him that he can't read.
I wait for Tuesday with bated breath to cast my vote early in the morning for Kerry. Vote early. The more early turnout for Kerry the less likely Bush will be able to inject any doubt into the results.
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