The NY Times lead editorial today is left wing lunacy at its very finest. Every despicable word of it paints a perfect picture of far-left hysteria, and reveals the author to be suffering from late stage “Bush Derangement Syndrome.”

The whole “America is the real terrorist” routine is a constant theme that surfaces time and time again especially among those suffering from BDS.

It is these very sick “Americans” that are left sitting up nights fretting over the possible mistreatment of terror suspects in far away lands.

As they sip their winter coco, they imagine how frightened Al-Qaeda terrorist Abu Zubaydah must have been as he was being waterboarded by those damned CIA thugs. If they actually believed in god, they would pray that one day Mr. Zubaydah sees justice for the horrible crimes committed against him.

Those inflicted with this terrible illness often times just sit and weep uncontrollably thinking of the many “victims” locked away in secret CIA prisons.

Hundreds of men, swept up on the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, were thrown into a prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, so that the White House could claim they were beyond the reach of American laws. Prisoners are held there with no hope of real justice, only the chance to face a kangaroo court where evidence and the names of their accusers are kept secret, and where they are not permitted to talk about the abuse they have suffered at the hands of American jailers.

In other foreign lands, the C.I.A. set up secret jails where “high-value detainees” were subjected to ever more barbaric acts, including simulated drowning. These crimes were videotaped, so that “experts” could watch them, and then the videotapes were destroyed, after consultation with the White House, in the hope that Americans would never know.

For those with Bush Derangement, life in America can be a pretty scary place. These individuals often see sinister intentions behind each and every anti-terror measure the Bush Administration uses.

The White House used the fear of terrorism and the sense of national unity to ram laws through Congress that gave law-enforcement agencies far more power than they truly needed to respond to the threat — and at the same time fulfilled the imperial fantasies of Vice President Dick Cheney and others determined to use the tragedy of 9/11 to arrogate as much power as they could.

Even something as innocent as making a phone call can be a terrifying task indeed, as they imagine an NSA operative listening in, recording, and placing their conversation into a secret file that was opened on them the morning of Sept. 12, 2001.

The infected imagine conspiracies both big and small involving every level of government. Hallucinations are also common and can include seeing Blackwater contractors peeking in the window.

These thoughts of conspiracy often lead to more uncontrollable weeping as they think about how other countries must think of us. They imagine all the beautiful international treaties that President Bush stomped all over, and then Dick Cheney using the tattered pieces to light his cigars.

It is the very late stages of the illness that are often the most disturbing. Patients can sometimes sit for hours banging their head against the will mumbling something about “impeachment.”

These “impeachment episodes” as they’ve become known usually happen just before the patient begins to vomit out the kind of editorial prominently featured in today’s NY Times.

Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself from becoming infected with Bush Derangement Syndrome:

  1. Avoid far-left websites and other far-left propaganda
  2. Avoid anti-war rallies, strikes, or protests of any kind
  3. Avoid watching CNN or MSNBC Avoid all news channels except Fox News
  4. Avoid Global Warming events and Al Gore
  5. Avoid Rosie O’Donnell at all cost
  6. Avoid the NY Times
  7. Vote for Republicans or Joe Lieberman
  8. Occasionally watch footage of the Twin Towers falling
  9. Avoid hippies or any hippie-related bullsh*t
  10. Avoid “progressive” causes or self-described “progressives”

-Chris Jones
The Hot Joints


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