Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Are We Bad Parents?

The more I look at GWB and his administration, the more I feel we're in need of the Supernanny. The child in this relationship has been taking power away from the parents and is acting out, and it's simply not acceptable.

We in America think of the President as our leader, and yes, he is. We must never forget though, or let HIM forget, that WE elected him. Elected him to SERVE us. To defend and protect the Constitution of the United States of America.

George Bush is the bad babysitter left in power over the children who gets drunk with the power and torments the children, and who turns into Eddie Haskell when the parents get home.

This administration is the most temper tantrum oriented organization I've ever seen. When he's disagreed with, he throws nasty epithets and accusations. When caught in misdeeds, he blames everyone else. He turns on and undercuts anyone in competition with him. He bullies other countries. He struts his nuclear dick all over the world to cover up his abysmal incompetence.

And we, the People. We are bad parents. We fail to discipline this president. We look the other way at his bad behavior because, gosh, he's just so darn chummy and cute. We refuse to correct his thinking and allow him to get away with, well, murder. Allow him to send our best and brightest to fight in an illegal war. Allow him to erode our RIGHTS, our power.

We need to take back control. We need to correct the Orwellian thinking of this oh so Christian and moral administration that everyone was so eager to elect, simply to make sure that no man could marry another, God forbid. We need to expose the hypocrisy of these fine upstanding Christians who are lying and cheating and stealing the food from our children's mouths, not to mention the air from their lungs.

We need to put him on the naughty mat.

Impeachment. Censure. War Crimes Trial. He must be MADE to take responsibility for the first time in his life.

2 comments:

Dark Wraith said...

Good evening, Cherizac.

Speaking as an old-time conservative, and a rather stern one at that, my plan for bringing the undisciplined Master Bush to rectitude is a bit on the more, shall we say, corporal side.

A firm but loving hand, applied appropriately, sparingly, and with loving guidance, will bring even the most willful child to the better graces within himself.

Absent him finding such graces as he may not have, my approach will surely convince him that tearing up the house leads to incalculable terror within his blackened little heart.


The Dark Wraith does understand that this parenting method is indicated only for the very most difficult of situations, of course.

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