Thursday, January 20, 2005

Proof that Bush mocks killing people

Bush’s true nature came shining through when he mocked the cries of a born again Christian woman before her execution...his reply to her cries? He made a face and said "please don’t kill me" Read below:

From:
http://culturalvision.net/html/body_911_prelude.html
http://www-cgi.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0401/08/cf.00.html

On July 6, the Washington Post reports that, in an interview by Tucker Carlson in Talk magazine, George W. Bush recounts his oversight as Governor of Texas of the execution of convicted murderer Karla Faye Tucker. Bush mocks Tucker’s plea for clemency by saying in a high-pitched voice, “Please don’t kill me.” Under Bush’s governorship, convicts were executed even after being found mentally ill, after their lawyers had slept through their trials, and who were convicted on the testimony of a single, unreliable eyewitness. A Chicago Tribune study of the 131 inmates executed under Bush’s term of office finds that “dozens” were convicted after manifestly unfair trial proceedings.

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The Religion the Chimp says he believes in allows for salvation and what the Chimp did is show that he is not a true Christian. One must contrast the Chimps behavior with the Pope who asked for clemency and who in any case would never presume to judge that her conversion was false as that is God's province. The Pope apparently suspects that the Chimp is the antichrist and interestingly enough many Evangelical Chimp followers think that the Pope is the antichrist.

- Berkeley Guy
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"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and not clothed."
- Dwight D. Eisenhower

3 Comments:

Blogger fbuss said...

Are you surprised? I certainly am not. I'd say the majority, better yet 99%, of politicians are hypocrites. They use what ever they have to win, look good, make other look bad, regardless of how they really feel. I’d say that 98% of all people are hypocritical in some sense at some point in their lives. I’m not defending GW, by no means.

January 20, 2005 at 12:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some frigging ' compassionate conservative' the Chimp is. Karla Faye Tucker may well have been a typical manipulative sociopath, OR she might have been touched by God... I do know that at the end of her life there was something charismatic and radiantly beautiful about her, and that she wanted a chance to prove that she was no longer the drug-addled guttersnipe that killed two people. She didn't get it, courtesy of the Lord High Executioner, Goobernor Bush... who now has his finger on what he would call the ' nucular' trigger. Isn't that just f*cking great.

January 31, 2006 at 9:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some frigging ' compassionate conservative' the Chimp is. Karla Faye Tucker may well have been a typical manipulative sociopath, OR she might have been touched by God... I do know that at the end of her life there was something charismatic and radiantly beautiful about her, and that she wanted a chance to prove that she was no longer the drug-addled guttersnipe that killed two people. She didn't get it, courtesy of the Lord High Executioner, Goobernor Bush... who now has his finger on what he would call the ' nucular' trigger. Isn't that just f*cking great.

January 31, 2006 at 9:47 PM  

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