Skip to comments.Bush is Tojo?
Posted on 01/06/2004 10:28:08 AM PST by Defendingliberty
Bush is ToJo?
By Christopher Pritchard
Ok you leftists listen up because Im only going to say this one time. Stop comparing President Bush, the American troops1 and Republicans to Hitler and or Nazis.
This has been going on for years and the American people are growing tired of it. Not only do you not have any issues, you dont know your history.
The Moveon.org ads comparing The President to Hitler seem to have gone over the top, only because the mainstream media has given them attention and the President mentioned them in a fund raising letter. The fact is these images and innuendoes have been going on for some time, on web sites at protest rallies and in the House of Representatives.
If there is a growing divide between civility and political discussion, calling Republicans killers is the reason.
I have a solution that will bring everyone closer together; We will let you say, Bush is Tojo. This will serve America on many fronts. Although many people will wonder why you are comparing the President to a tire (people confuse Tojo with Toyo), others will investigate and become educated about Japan in World War 2; something they didnt get in public schools. Better yet Bush is Truman and wants to drop an Atomic bomb on you. or Bush is Louis Pasture and he thinks people are bacteria and wants to pasteurize the world..
Its easy to think like a Liberal CDP
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"Bush is Hector" - with classical education so sadly neglected in the Union of Soviet Scholastic Systems these days, it's time to learn that Homer is more than a guy with three hairs and blue pants.
"Bush is Haman" - ibid the Bible
"Bush is Satan" - and so the Fibonacci ribbon comes to the Prime Mover of Evil, you might say. And isn't that what they really want to be shouting after all? But to admit to absolute evil means that there is objective reality, that 2 + 2 = 4 at all times, and their little post-modern value-neutral brains will implode. Wouldn't that be a cryin' shame?
Sheep may safely graze.
Yeah, you're probably right...just a reminder:
A great deal of intelligence can be invested in ignorance when the need for illusion is deep Saul Bellow