dark phoenix, righteous babe, consume the universe

someone needs to slap GWB around, oh wait, I'll do it

He needs to quit fucking say that the country is behind him because I'm part of this country and I'm definitely NOT behind his plans for military over-build up and military strikes du jour -- if not eventual world domination. Honestly, if I were the bible-thumper type I'm sure I would think of him as the often-bandied-about term "antichrist."

Ya know, ever since 9/11 I haven't really said much about the Usurper (as I like to call him) probably because too many people are vocally kissing his ass, if not giving him a good 'ol rim-job, and woe betide anyone not toeing the "I'm proud to be an American" line whilst being wrapped in a flag. Well you know what? Fuck 'em. I didn't like GWB before the election; I didn't like his actions after his pop's cronies handed the presidency to him and I certain DON'T like him now. He's an idiot who was lucky to stumble into a horrific tragedy allowing him to push his right-wing hawkish policies. He'll keep this "war" going to ensure that people have a favorable rating of him and to help his own re-election come 2004. Yes, I truly believe that and there nothing anyone can said to make me disbelieve it.
Oooh. Dark Phoenix!
And yep, GWB really is developing a rather big head. He had the gall to invite N. Korea into a discussion, after openly insulting them and efforts to open communications between both Koreas. His enhanced war is spending ridiculous billions on weaponry when they could be spent on providing social relief in murky economic times, for Americans, yes, because if this article is correct, the American people may be the worstest off long-run victims of the prolonged war. (This would usually be the time I start slamming US foreign policy and mistreatment of civillians worldwide, but I'm feeling tolerant today).
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LOL@slamming policy

You know, so many Americans simply don't get how we are perceived outside the U.S. Thanks to some programs and interviews on BBC America though some people are starting to get the picture. I like to think of that as hope.
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And the Net of course. Although, whether or not people will get why or what other people's perceptions of them are even after being exposed to 'anti-American' views is a completely different matter.

I'm not saying that anti-American views aren't in themselves prejudiced though.