Wednesday, May 17, 2006

A Tell Of Two Georges

This is simply too perfect.

One George could never tell a lie. The other George could never tell the truth.

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Posted by FleshPresser at 11:49 PM /


  • Blogger Bloghead posted at 9:16 AM  
    haha..that's a good one.

  • Blogger Aridewa posted at 10:23 AM  
    Nice one!

  • Blogger Kitten posted at 10:39 AM  
    By George, I think he's got it! Sorry...couldn't help myself! *GRIN*

  • Blogger Francis W. Porretto posted at 5:36 PM  
    Do you have a verified example of a falsehood from the president for us? Or is this just more Bush Derangement Syndrome ranting?

  • Blogger FleshPresser posted at 6:57 PM  
    Look everyone! It's another blinder-wearin', singin' from the hymnal, livin' in the 29%, good ole fashioned Apologist! I LOVE it when you folks find your way in here - welcome, weary traveler.

    Alas, you've obviously been living under a rock if you need verified proof of some lies from our current President. Let's see if I can document some for you.

    How about the one where Bush said, "We recently found two mobile biological weapons facilities which were capable of producing biological agents." Clearly, that was NOT what was found. These are his exact words.. check them out for yourself - on the White House website:

    Want proof that it was a DIRECT LIE, and not just misinformation providced to the President? Check out the story in The Washington Post - the headline says it all - Lacking Biolabs, Trailers Carried Case for War:
    Administration Pushed Notion of Banned Iraqi Weapons Despite Evidence to Contrary:

    There's one. Want more? I understand that, as an Apologist, it's difficult to view these strange things known to the rest of us as "facts." so it might take a few of these examples to convince you.

    Not to continue to harp on Iraq, terrorism, or the NSA (as there are simply too many examples, and lest you think I have a one-track mind), let's move to domestic lies.

    How about the well-documented quote from Bush - "I don't think anybody anticipated the breach of the levees." This, of course, was said by Bush in September following the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

    Nice thought, but it's a lie. I can show you reports that FACTUALLY report that Bush had DIRECT information anticipating the failure of the levy system:

    Or how about the report done several years prior, when something actually could have been done to fix the problem, but was ignored?

    Regardless, it is ABSOLUTELY CLEAR that a breach was anticipated with a storm of this size, thereby making Bush's statement a boldface LIE.

    Let's perhaps go back a bit further, when Georgie was campaigning for office and in one of his debates, said directly, "I don't think our troops should be used for what's called nation building." Of course, this one is simply laughable.

    If you need further examples, please don't hesitate to come back and seek out further truth. It's one of PTF's missions to help mend the melted minds of Apologists like yours that have been so horribly warped to clearcut examples of truth and lies.

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