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 Post subject: The Heretik: Is Bush Disturbed?
PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2005 7:11 am 
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Is Bush Disturbed?

THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT DISTURBED

But The Heretik Is Disturbed. How Disturbed The Heretik is Remains to Be Seen.

So George Bush was on his mountain bike when the greatest threat since the last greatest threat flew over Washington. Yes, a two seater plane could have been the end of the world as we know it, at least in Washington the other day. At least the way cable news treated it. But the President Bush, Bush Junior was not disturbed. If I say I am relieved, I am lying. I am disturbed.

Because the President, the boy Bush was not disturbed. He was having his play time. The Boy President may not be disturbed when he is on his bike, even if people are running out of buildings like the buildings are on fire or could be.

Scottie McClellan says all protocols were observed in not disturbing the Boy President. Scott McClellan is not disturbed at all that the boy on the bike was not disturbed. The Heretik is not like Scott McClellan. I am disturbed. The country was disturbed with another jacked up terror alert the very day after Tom Ridge said the country had been jacked up by jacked up terror alerts all along.

Everyone else in Washington ran like hell with their hair on fire, from buildings you would think might be on fire. The Boy President meanwhile road on his bike like he was on fire. The President was not disturbed.

This Boy President needs his privacy, his bike, and some milk and cookies too.

“He's constantly chafing under how different the presidency is than the governorship,” says Ari Fleischer, Bush's former White House press secretary. “All presidents seek a zone of privacy.”

Bush uses the phone to keep in touch with friends. He delights in waking them with calls between 7 and 8 a.m., before his daily briefings begin, Fleischer says.

Now I understand and The Heretik is only somewhat less disturbed. That is the kind of President we need. A President with the serenity to ride a bike while people are running out of buildings like they are on fire, both the people and the buildings. We need a President who needs his privacy, but who delights in waking people up before his daily briefings begin. Daily briefings. A most disturbing subject. The President was not disturbed August Sixth way back in 2001 when he got that briefing on Osama Bin Out of the News a While. The Heretik is again disturbed the Boy President is not disturbed. Are You?



QUESTION OF THE DAY: Are You Disturbed that the President Is Not Disturbed? What Should the President Be Disturbed By? What threat requires the President to get off his bike? What can be dealt with later after cookies and ice cream. AND FINALLY: What disturbs you today?

The Heretik Joe Ivory Mattingly wants to know.

Link: http://theheretik.typepad.com/the_heret ... sturb.html

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man this is really reaching, why should he be disturbed ? you are comparing the president to people who panic. what were you doing when people were panicing,what do you want the president to do ? jump the fence and start shooting at the plane. do you have something against people who ride mountain bikes.and eat cookies . i'm sure you never do this.so why do you blame the president for not being disturbed because people are running out of buildings like they are on fire, which they wern't on fire.i do believe he did have the air force in the air taking care of that little problem. i personally like having a president that dosen't panic. he thinks out the situation.quit reaching ..

"Heretik Joe Ivory Mattingly " oh this is not a partisan source,
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look kerry was doing the same thing. oh my God now i'm disturbed... :roll:

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Lame corollary Bunny Pants.

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What happened to the airforce on 9/11?


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May 23 issue - Homeland Security officials believe they're getting a bad rap for keeping President Bush in the dark last week about a major security alert. One source said if Bush were told about every suspect plane flying into D.C. airspace, he wouldn't have much time for anything else.

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Officials said the alert, triggered by a Cessna that flew into restricted D.C. airspace without permission, was one of dozens of similar incidents that occur every month. Between 9/11 and last week, the Federal Aviation Administration recorded 2,211 intrusions into D.C.-area restricted zones, including incursions into airspace around the White House, Capitol building and Camp David; officials say incidents occur on average twice daily. (When last week's incident began, Homeland Security crisis managers were dealing with an earlier alert caused when an unidentified plane—whose flight plan was later found to be legit—was seen heading toward Andrews Air Force base.) Last week's Cessna's pilots flew south into restricted D.C. airspace, turned right in the general direction of the Capitol and White House and failed to respond to urgent radio calls from air-traffic controllers, causing Homeland Security to order patrol aircraft into the sky and the Pentagon to scramble fighter jets. The Cessna turned west before reaching the White House, but did fly over Vice President Cheney's residence. The veep, Laura Bush and a visiting Nancy Reagan were all moved to emergency shelters and the Capitol building was evacuated. After F-16 fighters fired flares, the Cessna finally responded and was escorted to a remote airfield in Maryland. Officials said Bush was not told until after the incident because it was never clear the plane posed a threat to the White House, and military commanders had authority to order the plane shot down if it displayed "hostile intent."

Such aerial events clearly make security officials jumpy: late last month, both Bush and Cheney were moved to emergency bunkers after air-traffic control noticed an "anomalous" radar blip moving in the direction of the White House. Patrol aircraft couldn't find any intruder, and officials now think the radar speck was caused by either a cloud or a flock of birds.

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How'd that response answer ECS's excellent question, bucky? :?

He was asking what happened to the Air Force on September 11, 2001.

Your response is like one of Bush's responses to a question he can't answer, which is 99% of those that haven't been previewed by him and Karl Rove and the answers then fed by Rove to Bush via his earpiece. :lol:

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Catherine wrote:
Your response is like one of Bush's responses to a question he can't answer, which is 99% of those that haven't been previewed by him and Karl Rove and the answers then fed by Rove to Bush via his earpiece. :lol:


Is that the lump on President Bunny Pants' back? His top secret decoder backpack? :wink:

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BUSH'S DEBATE NOTES


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LIBERAL DEBATE NOTES

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Mr. Buckshot wrote:
LIBERAL DEBATE NOTES


Pretty Funny Bucky...

That reminds me. I need to renew my ACLU membership, consult the UN on my hairstyle, force all gay people to marry, kill Jesus, pledge allegiance to France, give condoms to 2nd Graders, eat organic sushi made with fish from a lesbian co-op and let terrorists win. Oh... And lets not forget to ban the ten commandments and the bible.

I don't do soy lattes. That's a GOP thing.

What's at the top of the GOP "conservative" to do list? Continue screwing the middle class, continue feeding military contractors no bid contracts and more tax cuts for the ultramegasuperduper Rich?

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come on seamus , that was a funny :lol:

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Hey, bucky...all I see on my screen is a red x inside a white box for the picture you posted. What happened? Was it so bad, Jesse censored it? :shock:

Oh, and do you have another explanation for the obvious bulge under Bush's coat in the photo I posted? If you don't believe your boy cheated during the debates, I have some evidence that is even better than this picture.

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buckshot wrote:
come on seamus , that was a funny :lol:


Now you can't read?

Seamus previously wrote:
Pretty Funny Bucky...


I do however, find the lame stereotypes wanting.

It's funny, but it's still the same old recycled elephant manure.

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Catherine wrote:
Hey, bucky...all I see on my screen is a red x inside a white box for the picture you posted. What happened? Was it so bad, Jesse censored it? :shock:

Oh, and do you have another explanation for the obvious bulge under Bush's coat in the photo I posted? If you don't believe your boy cheated during the debates, I have some evidence that is even better than this picture.

Catherine


picture works fine for me.......

let's see the obivious buldge ...........

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The last word on Bush’s bulge

Call off the conspiracy freaks. Now it can be told: That mysterious bulge on President Bush’s back during the first presidential debate was not an electronic device feeding him answers, but a strap holding his bulletproof vest in place.

Speculation about the bulge on the Internet only increased since Georges de Paris, the Washington tailor who makes Bush’s suits, told The Hill last month that it was nothing more than a pucker on the back of Bush’s coat caused when he crossed his arms.

But sources in the Secret Service told The Hill that Bush was wearing a bulletproof vest, as he does most of the time when appearing in public. The president’s handlers did not want to admit as much during the campaign, for fear of disclosing information related to his personal security while he was on the campaign trail.

The suspicion that Bush was, indeed, wearing something under his coat was given further credence by Dr. Robert M. Nelson, a senior research scientist for NASA and Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and an international authority on image analysis, who conducted tests while working at home on his own computers.

“I am willing to stake my scientific reputation to the statement that Bush was wearing something under his jacket during the debate,” Nelson told Salon.com. “This is not about a bad suit. And there’s no way the bulge can be described as a wrinkled shirt.”


http://www.hillnews.com/under_dome/110404.aspx

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so you see it's a bullet proof vest..look kerry has one also.

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Posted by Matthew Boeckel, Moniker Chosen Against His Will at 01:18 PM |

October 04, 2004
It Just Gets Sillier
I'm not a fan of John Kerry, but even I find this ridiculous. According to some of the more extreme right wing sites, Kerry cheated in last Thursday's debate by using a crib sheet! As "proof" there is even a video showing him pulling the said crib sheet from his pocket. Fine. The only problem is that the "mysterious" object that he is taking from his pocket is a pen! (As confirmed by, of all places, Fox News.) Technically, this is a violation of the debate rules, but, then, in a lot of places jaywalking is a violation too.

Of course, the extreme left wing is claiming that George Bush cheated by using an earpiece! According to this nonsense, Bush was simply repeating answers that were really being given by Karl Rove.

All of this just goes to prove that there are idiots on both sides.


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found this on a blog.........

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