Tuesday, December 13, 2005


Organ Grinder Monkey

Why does Cheney let his dancing monkey speak? He needs to start paying more attention. Whenever he takes his hand off the organ he's been grinding and focuses his attention somewhere else, the dancing monkey starts doing what it does best...playing with its own poop and jerking off every retard in the vicinity.
The following is a question and subsequent answer by the unattended monkey at the end of a speech he delivered yesterday in Philadelphia while on the loose.

Reporter "Mr. President, I would like to know why it is that you and others in your administration keep linking 9/11 to the invasion of Iraq when no respected journalist or Middle Eastern expert confirmed that such a link existed.

The Monkey "I appreciate that. 9/11 changed my look on foreign policy. I mean, it said that oceans no longer protect us, that we can't take threats for granted; that if we see a threat, we've got to deal with it. It doesn't have to be militarily, necessarily, but we got to deal with it. We can't -- can't just hope for the best anymore.

And so the first decision I made, as you know, was to -- was to deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan because they were harboring terrorists. This is where the terrorists planned and plotted. And the second decision, -- which was a very difficult decision for me, by the way, and it's one that I -- I didn't take lightly -- was that Saddam Hussein was a threat. He is a declared enemy of the United States; he had used weapons of mass destruction; the entire world thought he had weapons of mass destruction. The United Nations had declared in more than 10 -- I can't remember the exact number of resolutions -- that disclose, or disarm, or face serious consequences. I mean, there was a serious international effort to say to Saddam Hussein, you're a threat. And the 9/11 attacks extenuated that threat, as far as I -- concerned. (dumb fucking monkey)

And so we gave Saddam Hussein the chance to disclose or disarm, and he refused. And I made a
tough decision. And knowing what I know today, I'd make the decision again. Removing Saddam Hussein makes this world a better place and America a safer country. "

What? Is he serious? Knowing today that Iraq had NO weapons of mass destruction (actually, he knew this BEFORE we invaded them for their oil), that Saddam Hussein was in NO WAY affiliated with Al-Qaeda (actually, he knew this too before the invasion) and that his little childlike jaunt through the desert would cost the lives of 2,100 Americans and probably 100,000 PLUS Iraqis AND COUNTING, he would STILL illegally invade Iraq and steal their oil? Am I hearing this correctly? He would STILL have taken us to war, even if the newspapers and the media hadn't been behind him and had PROPERLY reported the truth instead of genuflecting at his feet like minions? This man should have been dragged off that lectern by those in attendance who still had a grasp on reality and tried for treason against our country. Wishful thinking.

The framers of our Constitution were disrespected yesterday by Bu$h and his blind faith followers, not unlike those still waiting in the Fuhrer bunker for the German 12th Army to arrive and drive the Russians out of Berlin. Waiting for something that will NEVER come. The sheer gall of this man to speak on the same ground as TRUE patriotic heroes such as Jefferson and Adams and Franklin once strode, while mulling over their decision to declare independence from a greedy oppressive THEOCRATIC regime, is the utmost form of disrespect. Bu$h is, quite simply, the most dangerous president this country has ever seen. And yet I fear that it will only get worse from here. Grind on, Cheney. Grind on.