Monday, October 24, 2005

Back to "Work" - CONFIRMED: Bush Melting Down

"Happy or sad,
This prick makes us mad,
Flippin' us the finger,
Just shows us he's bad,

Puppet-masters are sad,
They picked a disaster,
And "Four More Years!",
Can't go any faster,

Military-minds wanna grind,
Showin' us they ain't kind,
Showin' us we all blind,
To the grind on they' mind,

Gears startin' to grind,
From years first to the fifth,
While Plame-Gate is a gift,
See them pleading The Fifth,

They move in silence-
So the violence-
Is hidden from us all,
Judge Roberts got the call,
Hope Harriet's gonna fall,

We feelin' small in the face,
Of them changing this place,
Evil's got a screwface,
Now he's fakin' distaste,

The money-masters matter,
The rest is just idle-chatter,
He's just a designated batter,
Can't hit the curves when they matter,

So we swerve when it matters,
Just stay outta their way,
Water's getting worse,
So bottled-water we say,

We gettin' throttled this way,
Choke-chains can't last,
Plastic's just made of oil:
Check the price, of gas,

Check the advice of the past,
Catch it repeated right here,
Chase dem "Crazy Baldheads",
Like Bob is still near,

Have no fear for the lies,
Have faith in open-eyes,
Forget your "Eyes on the Prize",
And the next MLK dies,

See the KKK-eyes,
Katrina's killers still live,
Now Wilma's comin' next,
So how can we forgive?

So how can we forget?
For all our own sakes?
This is just survival now:
We gotta do what it takes..."





Bush flashes the bird, something aides say he does often and has been doing since his days as governor of Texas.




Infowars.com

CONFIRMED: Bush Melting Down

Bushies feeling the boss' wrath

NY DAILY NEWS | October 24th, 2005
BY THOMAS M. DeFRANK

RELATED:

Bush's Obscene Tirades Rattle White House Aides

Is Bush Out of Control?


WASHINGTON - Facing the darkest days of his presidency, President Bush is frustrated, sometimes angry and even bitter, his associates say.

With a seemingly uncontrollable insurgency in Iraq, the White House is bracing for the political fallout from a grim milestone that could come any day: the combat death of the 2,000th American G.I.


Last week alone, 23 military personnel were killed in Iraq, and five were wounded yesterday in a relentless series of attacks across the country.

This week could also bring a special prosecutor's decision that could shake the foundations of the Bush government.

The President's top political guru, Karl Rove, and Vice President Cheney's right-hand man, Lewis (Scooter) Libby, are at the center of a two-year criminal probe into the leak of a CIA agent's identity. Many Bush staffers believe indictments are likely.

"He's like the lion in winter," observed a political friend of Bush. "He's frustrated.

He remains quite confident in the decisions he has made. But this is a guy who wanted to do big things in a second term. Given his nature, there's no way he'd be happy about the way things have gone."

Bush usually reserves his celebrated temper for senior aides because he knows they can take it. Lately, however, some junior staffers have also faced the boss' wrath.

"This is not some manager at McDonald's chewing out the help," said a source with close ties to the White House when told about these outbursts. "This is the President of the United States, and it's not a pleasant sight.

Bush flashes the bird, something aides say he does often and has been doing since his days as governor of Texas.


The specter of losing Rove, his only truly irreplaceable assistant, lies at the heart of Bush's distress. But a string of political reversals, including growing opposition to the Iraq war, Hurricane Katrina's aftermath and Harriet Miers' bungled Supreme Court nomination, have also exacted a personal toll.

Presidential advisers and friends say Bush is a mass of contradictions: cheerful and serene, peevish and melancholy, occasionally lapsing into what he once derided as the "blame game." They describe him as beset but unbowed, convinced that history will vindicate the major decisions of his presidency even if they damage him and his party in the 2006 and 2008 elections.

At the same time, these sources say Bush, who has a long history of keeping staffers in their place, has lashed out at aides as his political woes have mounted.

"The President is just unhappy in general and casting blame all about," said one Bush insider. "Andy [Card, the chief of staff] gets his share. Karl gets his share. Even Cheney gets his share. And the press gets a big share."


The vice president remains Bush's most trusted political confidant. Even so, the Daily News has learned Bush has told associates Cheney was overly involved in intelligence issues in the runup to the Iraq war that have been seized on by Bush critics.

Bush is so dismayed that "the only person escaping blame is the President himself," said a sympathetic official, who delicately termed such self-exoneration "illogical."


A second senior Bush loyalist disagreed, saying Bush knows "some of these things are self-inflicted," like the Miers nomination, where Bush jettisoned contrary advice from his advisers and appointed his longtime personal lawyer.

"He must know that the way he did that, relying on his own judgment and instinct, was not good," another key adviser said.

Despite the turmoil, Bush is determined to soldier on, already preparing for two major overseas trips in November and helping shape next year's legislative agenda.

"I've got a job to do," he told reporters last week. "The American people expect me to do my job, and I'm going to."


REAL SOURCE - http://www.infowars.com/articles/us/bush_confirmed_melting_down.htm








BONUS: Don't be a birdbrain...







Infowars.com

Bilderbergers, Rumsfeld Profit from Avian Flu Scam

Global News Matrix | October 24 2005


You can't make any real money without a boogeyman, and the new "Bird Flu" hoax is the latest scam used to generate profits for pharmaceutical company insiders.

"Finally, the pieces of the puzzle start to add up," writes Dr. Joseph Mercola, author of the "Total Health Program." "President Bush sought to instill panic in this country by telling us a minimum of 200,000 people will die from the avian flu pandemic but it could be as bad as 2 million deaths in this country alone."
http://mercola.com/blog/2005/oct/19/rumsfeld_to_profit_from_avian_flu_hoax

"This hoax is then used to justify the immediate purchase of 80 million doses of Tamiflu, a worthless drug that in no way shape or form treats the avian flu, but only decreases the amount of days one is sick and can actually contribute to the virus having more lethal mutations," Mercola continues.

"So the U.S. placed an order for 20 million doses of this worthless drug at a price of $100 per dose. That comes to a staggering $2 billion.

US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, former chairman of Gilead, the manufacturer of Tamiflu, will also make big profits, since he is a major shareholder.


Better yet, Bilderberger spokesman Etienne F. Davignon (Vice-Chairman, Suez-Tractebel)and Reagan-Bush Cabal insider former Secretary of State George P. Shultz, PhD (Distinguished Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University) are also on the board of directors of Gilead. (http://www.gilead.com/wt/sec/bod)

Another Bilderberger regular is Lodewijk J.R. de Vink, who sits on the board of Hoffman-La Roche, Gilead's partner.
http://www.roche.com/home/company/com_gov/com_
gov_dir/com_gov_dir_vink.htm

In other words, the "Bird Flu" scam will generate outrageous profits for globalist-insiders like Shultz, Rumsfeld, Davignon, and de Vink.

And where did Tamiflu come from?

According to the Gilead website, "In September 1996, Gilead and F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. entered into a collaborative agreement to develop and market therapies that treat and prevent viral influenza. Under the agreement, Roche received exclusive worldwide rights to Gilead's proprietary influenza neuraminidase inhibitors, including orally administered Tamiflu (oseltamivir phosphate), formerly known as GS 4104. As part of this collaboration, Gilead and Roche jointly conducted clinical development of oseltamivir phosphate, with Roche funding all research and development costs.Roche has worldwide commercial rights to Tamiflu, and Gilead receives payments from Roche for the successful completion of program milestones and royalties on product sales." (http://www.gilead.com/wt/sec/partners)

It should be remembered that Rumsfeld loves pharmaceutical scams. It was after all Rumsfeld, as chairman of G.D. Searle, who pressured the FDA to get Aspartame approved.

The FDA blocked its approval for ten years before Rumsfeld twisted arms and broke who knows how many legs at the FDA. Now Aspartame, an artificial sweetener as ubiquitous as it is toxic, continues to poison America and the world.

So here's an advertising tagline.

Tamiflu -- It's the Bird-Flu Scam-Drug For You


REAL SOURCE - http://www.infowars.com/articles/science/bird_flu_bilderbergers_rumsfeld_profit.htm



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