Saturday, October 07, 2006


I am currently so overwhelmed by the number and breadth of Republican scandals I am virtually speechless. Everyday brings forth new reports of absolutely despicable Republican behavior. It appears to be endless. In spite of this I note that 33% of the American public still claim to support the Bush/Cheney administration (Cheney's numbers must now be in the negatives). But look on the bright side. Fifty percent of people fall below 100 on the IQ scale. I take this to mean that even 17% of those with limited intelligence now see through the Bush/Cheney bunch like the rest of us. I think this does not bode well for Republicans in the coming elections. We all wait for the October surprise.

Our current government is no more than a charade. Bush pretends to be a president, Cheney hides under his rocks and sneaks in back doors, and everyone seems to just look the other way. How long are we going to let this continue?

It is being said that one of the problems (for Republicans) is that there are some gay Republicans who are afraid of now being "outed" because of Foley (Foley has now admitted that he is gay which, I gather, is supposed to be another explanation for why he has been hitting on teenagers, along with alcoholism and having been abused as a teenager himself). What I still want to know is, who in the White House is the gay with enough power to suppress the Gannon/Guckert scandal? Remember that Gannon/Guckert, a known homosexual prostitute, was given passes into the White House several times when there was no reason for him to be there. Who arranged it? Who covered it up? Who was he seeing? Why? Many years ago there was a notorious homosexual scandal in Boise, Idaho. It threatened some very important people and was covered up when it about to reach certain heights of Boise society. There is a revealing and interesting book about it, The Boys of Boise (I forget the author's name for the moment). We may be about to see a new study, The Boys of Washington, D.C.

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