I have always been curious about the unknown. Like in a good Agatha Christie mystery, I want to know “who done it.”
Well, I don’t have to wonder anymore. The answer has presented itself over and over. It was hidden in plain sight and the ironic part is that I read about it on the Internet and in the newspapers almost everyday.
So yesterday, I finally had my “AHA” moment when the media told me that George W. Bush was at fault for the NSA and is the reason our illustrious leaders are currently snooping on our private calls and correspondence. It is a complete violation of the fourth amendment, but “W” has no shame.
Sure, I had my suspicions about him when Nancy Pelosi said that the scandal-drenched IRS leader was a Bush appointee. However, I never realized the scope of his evil deeds.
Let’s go over a few of the things that are evidence of W’s sinister handiwork, because it really is quite amazing how he gets around. I am guessing he has a Time Travel Machine which serves as a convenient way to foul up not only the eight years of his presidency, but also the current administration and centuries past (just for good measure).
Who do you think was the mysterious Comte de St. Germain, the man who lived and disappeared under occult rumors so long ago? It was none other than George W. Bush.
What about the Lost Colony in Roanoke, Virginia in the year of 1588? It is now reported that George W. Bush abducted all of the inhabitants of the colony and singlehandedly dismantled their homes. He left the fence standing so he could gloat in secret, yet leave a physical mark of his dastardly deed.
Since this is true, I will just have to mark him down as culprit on the deserted pyramids of Teteotihuacan. I bet the indigenous people never saw it coming. It was nice of him to leave the stone structures for the tourists, though. Guess he is not all bad.
Of course, my all-time favorite occurred in 2005. That was when “W” took a big spoon and started stirring the Gulf of Mexico in a big circle until he whipped up a hurricane of historical proportion, which he called “Katrina”. (Anything worth doing, is worth doing right.) I guess he dropped his spoon and was not able to properly stir up the hurricane Andrea last week; perhaps he took a magazine and fanned the storm up the East Coast instead.
Lest we forget, original sin is on his head too. The snake may have been in Eve’s ear, but George W. was behind Adam, saying, “Oh, one little bite couldn’t hurt.”
Now that we know the original culprit of anything/everything, little boys and girls throughout the world can do naughty things that they know better than to do, and claim George W. did it. No consequences will be doled out.
Maybe I am confused, but that is exactly what the Congress, Senate and the liberal media seem to be doing now. I guess it works for big boys and girls too– what luck.
Don’t forget, under George W.’s administration, The Patriot Act was temporary.
Who voted to extend it? Hmmmmm, I think it passed in the Senate and House despite strong public support of letting it expire. Amnesia, or memory lapses–are these public officials the Queens of Denial?
All kidding aside, why is our 43rd President so maligned? He has been gone since 2008 and we have not heard a peep out of him. He stays close to his ranch in Texas.
He stepped back like the classy gentleman he is and let our sitting President bask in and claim all of the credit for the successful raid on public enemy number one, Osama bin Laden, even though he was invited to participate.
He stepped back from the 2012 elections. He knew that the press would crucify anyone he endorsed so he made himself scarce.
When the portraits of himself and his lovely, gracious wife were dedicated at the White House, he was subtlety insulted by a re-hash of all of the woes inherited by the sitting President. He smiled and went on with his speech with smooth style.
He has been ridiculed as stupid and inarticulate by the press, et al. His IQ is 125, not too shabby.
He graduated from Yale and Harvard.
He has spent much of his retirement biking with wounded vets who have lost limbs. I can’t imagine how he could better show his appreciation for the soldiers for whom he was their Commander in Chief.
There is an anecdotal tale in my family about my late Uncle Bill.
One night at dinner, my Mamaw noticed that he was not eating his green beans. (This being the 50’s when westerns were very popular.) When asked why he eschewed his green beans, he replied, “I am saving them for the cowboys.” This didn’t set well with my Mamaw, but I too am saving something for our 43rd Cowboy.
He kept us safe from harm for eight years. He was strong when we needed leadership. He was a good man from a good family. He honors his wife. He is a Christian man who is not afraid or ashamed to get down on his knees. He never claimed perfection, and knew he would make mistakes.
I save all my respect and gratitude for the Cowboy, George W. Bush. I would like to see everyone else offer him the same courtesy.
Thank you sir, you did all you could and more.