Bushes Parallel Universes-In this world,
lies are lucrative
Fri Apr 15, 2005 14:58
"As George H. W. Bush mentioned in his famous unpublished quote to Sarah
McLendon more than a decade ago: "[I]f the American people ever knew the whole
story about Iran Contra, we Bushes would be chased down in the streets and
lynched." [Editor's note: Excellent suggestion.]"
In this world, lies are lucrative,
but the truth doesn't pay much
By John Kaminski firstname.lastname@example.org
They say life is for learning. Here's what I've learned.
If you lie, you get rich. If you tell the truth, you stay poor.
Take a look around and smell the sewage. Do you dare disagree?
Which kind of world do you want? And if you think this one is so great, have
you considered where your money has gone?
During the past twenty years, trillions of dollars have been illegally
vacuumed out of that magnificent cash cow known as the American economy. The
Bush family engineered Savings & Loan fire sale, the Bush family engineered
9/11 deception, the Bush family engineered Iraq war. In each case, and so many
others, so much money has simply disappeared into the black hole of
subterranean financial shenanigans that it's a wonder America is still afloat
(if it actually is as you read this).
I don't want to blame the Bushes for everything; they just happened to have
been involved in all the great financial crimes of the 20th century, from
Samuel Walker in World War I to Prescott Bush in WW II and on down to the
present crop of crooks. And it's important to remember the Clintons, among
many others, are members of the Bush crime family. But anyway, even with their
billions, the Bushes only work for the people with the real money.
Really, America is so rich that for almost one hundred years, bankers have
skimmed the cream off the labor of every single American and deposited it in
the pockets of those who participated in these clever schemes, and a majority
of Americans barely noticed. Yet, our government officials don't protect us
from this predation; they profit from it.