THE REAL RULERS ARE GOING TO GET RID OF BUSH
By Elaine Meinel Supkis
The Real Rulers go to Paris and Milan to buy their clothes. They hang out with the top rock/movie stars and they enjoy the opera and multicultural activities and they use abortion doctors and they love all sorts of kinky sex and so on. In other words, they are fairly civilized. But what they love most of all are a compliant, weak work force that is biddable and obedient as well as snapping up lots of money and having no obligations.
This is why revolutions happen regularily.
They want contridictory things. They love weak leaders like the foolish, idiot, Bush. He is no menace to them, he knows them all and they hold their noses and interact with him because he has been useful but now he is not useful, he is a very unpopular lightning rod. They tolerated his infantile bad tastes and poor choices only because he could lead those churchgoers in the Midwest and Deep South around by their noses. The Real Rulers hate these people. They really hate them, they hate DeLay, Hastert, they despise them because they have bad taste, they smell. The Real Rulers hated Nixon and he hated them but he needed them so they teamed up until he tripped and then they pushed him rapidly off the cliff.
They were very happy to see him fall splat on his face.
They protected Reagan who stumbled but didn't become the laughing stock of the world. Reagan dressed snappy and his wife shopped in....MILAN AND PARIS. Duh! Like Jackie Kennedy, she knew what was good and what was stinky and NASCAR is super stinky, ditto Elvis but Sinatra was very good, like Balanchine or Spielberg. Hollywood is most excellent to the Real Rulers who love to be invited to exclusive parties there and have starlets fawn over them, ahem!
Their daughters aspire to be painters, poets or ballet dancers. Their sons, legacy boys with endless free rock concerts/dope/chicks. This is their little world which heavily intersects with the arts world of NYC, LA, Paris, San Francisco, London, Berlin, Thailand before the tsunmai, Nepal before the peasant rebellion. Ah, my world, I have lived/visited or done business in these places, once upon a jet-setting time. DC was where I did business regretably. It was a most disagreeable place, the place is dead at night, it is a candle to NYC or LA's flaming fires. Gah.
The servants of the Real Rulers run DC and are allowed to run amock so long as they don't interfer with the Real Rulers. Passing laws mucking up the Jet Set's fun is verboten. Ask Nixon. Just like drug laws are for peons, all moral laws are for peons. The dupes in Kansas or Texas (Texas is NOT a top destination for the party-goers of the Real Rulers set!) or any of those GOP bastion states can pass whatever laws they want so long as they ignore the Real Rulers who do party in Texas or wherever but the cops look the other way like good little hopeless peons (no wonder these little men parade around with chests out, the rough tough Rangers and cops of Texas...hahahaha! Sheesh...ask the Bushes!) The deal is, the Real Rulers don't show too much "slip" so the masses notice it and figure out the Rulers are laughing at them and tormenting them, the idea is to fool people into thinking all is well when it isn't.
The Bushes, old money up the yin yang, blew this. Because they are tasteless, foul people, they do all the wrong things in public and the Real Rulers mop up day after tedious day and now Bush has lost so much favor, he even killed off New Orleans, a yearly BIG PARTY site for the Real Rulers...they are getting very pissed off. He has offered them $250 billion dollars in bribes but the Chinese informed him this week the money ain't coming. The average American doesn't know this yet, the Real Rulers had to lie like crazy to cover up the loss of 75% of our off shore oil rigs and 35% of our refining capacity this month! OUCH.
The stupified Americans note prices are relentlessly climbing after everyone with some cash spent it stupidly in the stockmarket buying stocks the Real Rulers were dumping because like me, they know the Chinese aren't going to bankroll us much longer. They knew the rubes using the internet might figure out the scam by next week, so now, time to throw people to the wolves, the Rulers hope we will rend Bush and his entire party to shreds and they will transfer their alliegence to Kerry who is a Real Ruler and still part of the conspiracy. Too late, they learned the Bush bribes would fall apart. They seriously thought the gravy train would run forever, being Real Ruling DUMBBELLS.
For the Real Rulers have a very crappy track record. They brought us WWI and WWII and the French Revolution and the Russian Revolution and the upending of China into revolution. Whew. They controlled the American Revolution...barely.
A mess, one after the other.
&spades From AP:
A Texas grand jury on Monday re-indicted Rep. Tom DeLay on charges of conspiring to launder money and money laundering after the former majority leader attacked last week's indictment on technical grounds.Inviting DeLay to a party in NYC with Met stars and ballet dancers and Broadway producers is like inviting a giant cockroach from a Bronx tenement. He is total icky. I know that I would have garfed up if I were still youthful and hanging out like in the old days. Eesh. Back then, no one ever even thought of inviting Nixon to such shindings. Kissinger, yes. He had some taste, and the hint of murder and conspiracy made him sexy to the Real Rulers.
The new indictment, handed up by a grand jury seated Monday, contains two counts: conspiring to launder money and money laundering. The latter charge carries a penalty of up to life in prison. Last week, DeLay was charged with conspiracy to violate campaign finance laws.
But not Nixon.
Nor ever, Bush.
Hahaha. No more halo pictures, eh?
&spades Newsweek tears Bush a big one:
In the Tom DeLay era—now at least temporarily ended—a meeting of the House Republican Conference usually was a ceremonial affair, at which "Leadership" (always a single word, spoken with a mixture of awe and fear) clued in the flock on Done Deals. The proceedings had the spontaneity of a Baath Party conclave. But last week the erstwhile majority leader, and the rest of the Leadership he had forged since taking effective control of the House in the late '90s, was struggling to maintain its grip. The members applauded him as he proclaimed his innocence of the charge leveled against him: that he had funneled streams of laundered corporate cash into legislative races in Texas. They cheered as he attacked the Democratic prosecutor in Austin. And they didn't argue when he denounced the conference itself for having written a rule that barred him from continuing to serve as majority leader, even under indictment. Speaker Denny Hastert, ever the avuncular wrestling coach, gave a pep talk on the virtues of unity in adversity.Ahem. Eleanor Clift knows where the better parties and events are and they are NOT NASCAR events, compares the GOP enclave to Saddam? Hahahaha.
I want to kick her in the shins. They didn't want Gore because he was boring and talked about fiscal sanity not spending like mad on useless garbage. So they deep sixed him.
&spades From Think Progress:
Near the end of a round table discussion on ABC’s This Week, George Stephanopoulos dropped this bomb:Party superdude, Stephie boy, blows the official whistle. He didn't hear a thing from the prosecutor's office because that is a tight ship. Everyone who is in the Ruling Elite knows that Bush and Cheney broke federal laws concerning not only this but the entire Iraq misadventure not to mention 9/11.
Definitely a political problem but I wonder, George Will, do you think it’s a manageable one for the White House especially if we don’t know whether Fitzgerald is going to write a report or have indictments but if he is able to show as a source close to this told me this week, that President Bush and Vice President Cheney were actually involved in some of these discussions.
Because the Real Rulers are complicit in the war, etc. they won't go after Bush on that but will escort him out on much lesser charges just like Nixon. They will orchestrate the attacks and offer him the usual deal---resign or else.
I was talking with a Republican stalwart today. He looked really gloomy. I told him Bush was going down like Nixon. He said, "It can't happen fast enough."
&spades Cheney goes on the attack. From Associated Press:
Vice President Dick Cheney contended Monday that Rep. Charles Rangel (news, bio, voting record), the dean of New York's congressional delegation, is "losing it" — striking back after months of verbal attacks from the Harlem lawmaker.When you are down, attack the very important Congressman with lots of senority who is from Harlem. Yup. A sure winner. The Real Rulers happen to enjoy the company of many minorities especially if they are top athletes or actors or singers or whatever. And Rangel hangs out with these same people so if you want to party, you invite him and he invites them. Kapeesh?
Rangel had criticized Cheney in recent interviews, saying the vice president, who has a history of heart trouble, might be too sick to perform his job.Heh. Cheney isn't evil, he is just a sick roach. (I partied with Rangel once, years ago, by the way. Quite a gentleman).
"I would like to believe he's sick rather than just mean and evil," Rangel said last Friday on NY1, the New York City-based all-news channel.
n an interview with nationally syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh, the 64-year-old Cheney suggested it was the 75-year-old Rangel who may not be up to the demands of his job.Hahaha. Rangel, I assure you, could probably out-run, out gun and out talk Cheney. And with a lot more class. He also dresses much snazzier, has better tailors and barber. In fact, he is much more dapper than teletubby Cheney.
"I'm frankly surprised at his comments. It almost struck me — they were so out of line, it almost struck me that there was some — Charlie was having some problem," said Cheney.
"Charlie is losing it, I guess."
Cheney added to his criticism later in the day in an interview with conservative radio talk show host Sean Hannity.
"I don't know what I did to offend him, but he's gotten pretty nasty lately.... I think Charlie is a lot older than I am, and it shows," said the vice president.
Rangel, the top Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee, is one of Congress' most caustic critics of the Bush administration. He has denounced the administration's handling of the Iraq war, tax policy, and a host of other matters.
Note Cheney uses Rangel's first name as if this were two little school boys quarrelling. Ahem. Dude, that is really lame. Big time. Asshole.
Rangel's verbal broadsides on Cheney escalated in late August, when the same local news station asked him if President Bush was spending too much time on vacation.For anyone who says the Democrats are wimps, please!
"Oh no, it makes the country a lot more safe," Rangel said. "The further Bush is away from Washington, the better it is. And sometimes I don't think even Cheney is awake enough to know what's going on."
My dear Congressman Rangel, a thousand xxxxx and a high five slap. Yo's the man.
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