Question of the Day, Weasel or Grizzly?

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According to Webster: “wea·sel,” Any of various carnivorous mammals of the genus Mustela, having a long slender body, a long tail, short legs, and brownish fur that in many species turns white in winter.

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Weasel 2. “A person regarded as sneaky or treacherous.” 

Although I don’t actually (regard) George W., as possessing the intellect of a member of the family, (genus Mustela), I do believe that he’s a good, if not “excellent” example of sneaky and treacherous.

If by no other measure, than those (his Daddy) chose to surround him with…

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According to Webster: “sneak·y,” Furtive; surreptitious.

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According to Webster: “treach·er·ous,” (in context) Marked by unforeseen hazards; dangerous or deceptive.

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Question: How many men women and children, (to include Americans) lost their lives in Iraq so that George “W.” could satisfy his perverted vengeance upon Saddam Hussein?

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Of course when his air National Guard unit in Texas was activated to go to Vietnam, (possibly because his daddy wasn’t in Vietnam), George W. chose to use “his Daddy’s” influence, (Sen. Daddy), to wangle a transfer to a (unit) that wasn’t in jeopardy of being sent into combat.

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According to Webster: “cow·ard,” One who shows ignoble fear in the face of danger or pain.

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Mission Accomplished 

Question: What else did Bush 43 accomplish on his watch? 

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When Al Qaeda attacked New York City, “in the aftermath,” (43) found time for a photo op standing on the rubble of the twin towers to assure the nation that he would keep us safe.

Question: How did (43) go about his quest to make America safe for democracy, and women and children?

Following in the tradition of (providing a façade to appease the fear and ire of his employers, and/or, “We the People,” he tackled the situation by not only creating another law, he went the whole 9 yards and created another monumentally massive government agency, and/or, the “Department of Homeland Security.”

Then of course, to provide his new, (albeit in my humble opinion) “Unnecessary New Agency,” with adequate teeth, he, (43) summarily suspended (habeas corpus) and bullied Congress into passing (his) patriot act.

An act that not only had adequate teeth, it had an overbite that demolished most every freedom an American citizen is guaranteed by our Constitution at (his) pleasure.

Question: So where was our “Commander-in-Chief” while Al Qaeda was attacking America? 

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Why he was where all good commander in chief’s are, doing what all good commander-in-chief’s do, (when they haven’t got a clue) as to what is happening, (not only in the world at large), but in their own backyard.

(Sidebar).

Possible point of interest; note the chalkboard above 43’s left shoulder which reads; “Reading makes a Country Great.”

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Continuing…

I could continue providing examples of (43) tripping over his (lack of intellect) that has cost American taxpayers millions if not billions of dollars, albeit I believe it will suffice to say that pretty much everything Barack Obama is using to screw up America today, was begun behind a closed door during 43’s administration.

(Sidebar).

Although Barack Obama adamantly opposed (43) and most every one of his policies while he sat in the Oval Office when he, (Barack the Impudent) acquired the catbird seat, most all of George W’s,  (or more correctly) “Dick Cheney’s” policies immediately became his policies.

According to Webster: “im·pu·dent,” Characterized by offensive boldness; insolent or impertinent.

Continuing…

Gun walking into Mexico, and/or, (fast and furious), collusion with Monsanto to use America’s population as guinea pigs in the name of progress and profits.

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…just askin’ ? 

Question: Prior to taking his seat in the White House, who was the CEO of one of the world’s largest conglomerates, (Halliburton), and who was a failure at every endeavor he engaged in?

My mother use to always say; “The only dumb question, is a question un-asked.”

Moving right along, as if presidents who believe government is the answer to everything like (43) and (Obama) didn’t cost American taxpayers an arm and a leg while they’re in office, the (sad), as well as (cruel) truth is, ex-presidents don’t stop costing “We the People” money until they ultimately assume room temperature.

Question: Why is an elected official in America presumed to deserve a larger subsidy in retirement than an individual who worked for a profit orientated organization?

My parents didn’t raise any college educated children, albeit we were all taught responsibility, self-reliance and to utilize common sense.

Accordingly, alluding to “common sense” as my measure, I can think of no reason why any individual, man or woman is more deserving than another, simply because they obtained a title, (in my opinion), more often than not, via…

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(George W. Bush Library). 

Question: Was there a time in America when presidents were bears? 

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(Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt).

Theodore “T.R.” Roosevelt, Jr. (October 27, 1858 – January 6, 1919) was the 26th President of the United   States (1901–1909).

He is noted for his exuberant personality, range of interests and achievements, and his leadership. He was a leader of the Republican Party and founder of the first incarnation of the short-lived (“Bull Moose”) Party of 1912.

Before becoming President, he held offices at the city, state, and federal levels. Roosevelt’s achievements as a naturalist, explorer, hunter, author, and soldier are as much a part of his fame as any office he held as a politician.

Roosevelt was 42 years old when sworn in as President of the United States in 1901, making him the youngest president ever.

Roosevelt was also the first of only three sitting presidents to have won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Also, “The Teddy Bear” that (generations) of American boys and girls curl up with every night to feel safe, was named for him, despite his contempt for being called “Teddy”.

Question: What made Teddy Roosevelt more qualified to be the President of the United States than George W. Bush or Barack Hussein Obama?

Let’s take a look… 

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Teddy Roosevelt didn’t send men into battle, he led them. 

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Question: Could that be why Gutzon Borglum chose Teddy’s likeness as one of the faces that he carved into the stone on Mount Rushmore, a “homage” that certainly will never befall George or Barack.

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Question: So what’s so great about being a bear?

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Question: So what did America trade George W. Bush for?

…another Weasel. 

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(Opinion), Weasels are un-American. 

According to Webster: “un-A·mer·i·can,” Contrary to the institutions or principles of the United States. 

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Crusader Rabbit…

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