Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von calimero902 » Montag, 10. November 2003



LOL, hätte es nicht besser ausdrücken können, Noemie!
;-)


"Loving the Bush Haters"
Is it wrong to take pleasure in the madness George W. Bush induces in
his critics? Nope.
by Noemie Emery
11/07/2003 12:00:00 AM

" I LOVE GEORGE W. BUSH. I worship the man. I wake up every morning
glad he is president. When annoyed by small things--traffic, the
weather, an overcharge--I say to myself, "President Bush," and at once
feel better. I like his worldview. I like his dogs and his wife and
his mother. I think he looks cool in his shorts and his t-shirts. But
it isn't these things that make my heart flutter: It's that he drives
the people I hate the most nuts.

The Germans created the word schadenfreude to describe the pleasure
one might feel at the woes of one's allies, but no one has yet coined
a word for the happiness that can come to a person when those who
annoy him complain. Open the paper, and there they all are: the
hard-faced women who refer to abortion as "choice," the soft-faced
male writers who look a little too pampered, the actors, the artists,
the faculty hotshots, the with-it, the urbane and the urban, the
concerned, the refined, the sincere.

They are enraged that someone unlike them has power; enraged because
they think he is dumb, and he always outsmarts them; enraged that he
pushed back when the Democrats, backed all the way by the Supreme
Court of Florida, flooded the state with lawyers after the 2000
election, armed with game plans to subvert the result.

Above all, they are enraged that they can't sell their wrath to the
rest of the country, which calmly remains unenraged. So, they write
the same book over and over (and buy it in job lots), write the same
pieces over and over, and post the same things on the web. I read them
all.

And in them I find a perverse satisfaction. If, as Churchill
maintains, it is exhilarating to be shot at and missed, it is also
enlivening to have your opponent empty both barrels, to more or less
meager effect. I read Sidney Blumenthal's mournful account of the
Florida recount. I read junior writers at policy journals proclaim
with no proof they are smarter than Bush is. I read them all, and I
wickedly grin.

I grin because I have been once where they are, and have stood in
their sandals myself. Liberals insist Bush exists in their minds as a
vast malign presence, a huge psychic drag on their consciousness. I
know, I know--I felt exactly the same way about Clinton, back in l999.
Shortly later, I was told by a dentist that during the eight year
reign of the Clintons, I had been grinding my molars to dust. "I've
been grinding my teeth less since Clinton left office," I said,
thinking he'd think it was funny. He didn't. His office is on Capitol
Hill, and his practice is filled with political people, all gnashing
their teeth in a frenzy of outrage.

It's your turn, now, fellas. Grind on!"

Noemie Emery is a contributing editor to The Weekly Standard.


Muß ich endlich abonnieren, den Weekly Standard ...

Max "Dubya" Eberl


--
"Those who choose to live in denial may eventually be forced to live
in fear." (George W. Bush)



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von h.habiger » Montag, 10. November 2003



Baghdad George By Charley Reese
11-6-3

I guess it was inevitable. Someone has compared President George Bush
to "Baghdad Bob," the inadvertently comical Iraqi information minister who
kept insisting Iraq was winning the war even as American tanks gathered
outside his office.

This came after the president's latest press conference, when he said
attacks were increasing in Iraq because the occupation was so successful.
In other words, the situation is worse because the situation is
better. The
more successful we are, the more Americans and Iraqis will die from bombs
and ambushes. It was Bill Press, the other half of the TV show with Pat
Buchanan, who came up with that wisecrack.

The president's handlers are wise to keep him away from news
conferences. He doesn't handle them well. At this one, you could see from
his facial expression that he was not happy to be there. He was, as most
politicians are, defensive and evasive. He absolutely refuses to
acknowledge that the people attacking Americans in Iraq are anyone but
Saddam loyalists and foreign terrorists. Actually, most of them are probably
just Iraqis who resent foreign occupation and the bad behavior of some
American troops.

If he read newspapers, which he told a TV interviewer that he doesn't, he
would know that. Even one of the American officers in Iraq recently slipped
up and, in an interview with a journalist, referred to the guerrillas
as "freedom
fighters." There is scant evidence of any sizable number of foreign
terrorists, at least none that secretive American officials have been willing
to make public. One guy shot the other day by Iraqis had a Syrian passport,
but that doesn't mean he was necessarily a Syrian. People in the terrorist
business usually have several passports.

And, of course, the president made no mention whatsoever of weapons of
mass destruction. During the marketing campaign for the war, he hardly
opened his mouth without talking about weapons of mass destruction. He
refuses to acknowledge that he made a mistake when he said major
combat was over last May. That's what irritates me most about politicians.
They're human. They can make mistakes. Why not say so?

What's wrong with saying: "Yes, at that time, I thought major combat was
over. I knew there would be some resistance, but it's been more deadly
and lasted longer than I anticipated." Nobody would hold that against him.
But, no, he's perfect. It reminds me of that old joke that says, "We
Southerners may not always be right, but, by God, we ain't never
wrong." At
any rate, now the guerrillas have killed more Americans than the Iraqi army
did during that major combat.

He keeps repeating that canard that "terrorists hate freedom." Nonsense.
There is no terrorist in the world who is a terrorist because he hates
freedom. By far, the majority of terrorists are fighting for freedom
of some
group that doesn't have it. In the case of Iraq, it is freedom from American
occupation; with the Irish Republican Army, it was freedom from
British rule;
with the Palestinians, freedom from Israeli occupation; and so forth.
It is
absurd to suppose that a human being sitting around suddenly stands up
and says: "You know, I hate freedom. I think I'll go blow myself up."

What one wants in a president, besides basic honesty, are intelligence and
sound judgment. One wants someone who is well-read in history and
geography and has experience so that he can properly assess situations
and make wise decisions.

Sadly, I think that's where the president fails, despite his good intentions.
To admit that he relies on his staff to tell him what's going on in
the world is
to admit that he puts himself in the position of being manipulated by his
staff. No good leader would rely on his staff without developing his own
independent sources of information, lest he find himself being manipulated
into following the staff's agenda instead of his own.

He was certainly told that Iraqis would be dancing in the streets welcoming
us, but the only dancing was done by Deputy Defense Secretary Paul
Wolfowitz when rockets went off in the floor beneath his hotel room
and he
leaped out of bed and frantically put his clothes on to get out of
there.



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Ralf Ohlendorf » Montag, 10. November 2003







Diese kleine crackpot-lady ist doch nur der esoterische
Speichel-Ausfluss der Clique um G.Bu$h. Die spielt sich auf als
besonders altklug, vergegenwärtigt aus republikanisch-patriotischer
Verblendung aber noch nicht mal den Unterschied zwischen
völkerrechtswidrigen Handlungen und einer Präventiv-Verteidigung.


George Packer
of the NYTimes Mag scorched a Standard contributing ed:

<<NOEMIE EMERY calls my New York Times Magazine piece "Recapturing the
Flag" an "attack on Old Glory as being somehow oppressive and sinister"
("Look Who's Waving the Flag Now," Oct. 15). The piece is exactly the
opposite, as I'm sure Emery is aware.

Emery quotes passages in which I take a critical look at the mindset of
liberalism from my youth and attributes them to the argument of the
piece-a cheap and deceptive way to score a point. My argument, set down
in the opening lines, is impossible for a fair-minded reader to
mistake.

While THE WEEKLY STANDARD diligently monitors the stupidity of
left-wing writing about the terrorist attacks, it ought to keep another
eye on the dishonesty practiced in its own pages.
George Packer

Brooklyn, NY
Yikes! Packer had clearly called Emery a liar. Since letters this frank
almost never get published, it left us wondering about Emery's piece.
And sure enough, a review of the Con Ed's noxious screed showed how far
some scribes will go, even at times of great national stress. It also
raised the most obvious questions about Emery, and about others just
like her.
But a review of Emery's work also raises some questions about us. Why
do we tolerate such ugly lying at a time when we talk about "national
unity?"

And why have we permitted crackpots like Emery to pollute our discourse
for the past several years?>>

Pissnelke.

Gruß, Ralf




"Gesunde Kinder brauchen keine Krankenversicherung."
George W. Bush, who's loved by N.Emery




Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Peer J. Knoerich » Montag, 10. November 2003



Calimero schriebselte folgendes am 09.11.2003 20:03 Uhr:


ich brqauche dafür nur ein wort, um das zu beschreiben, was du und diese
"dame" ausdrücken wollen:

ARSCHKRIECHER



hast du noch nicht??? ich mache mir eine freude daraus, damit meinen
kamin anzuzünden. und zwar bevor ich es gelesen habe.

peer

--
per aspera ad astra - durch das Dunkle zu den Sternen




Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Stefan Brasulek » Montag, 10. November 2003







Nicht so bescheiden. Du hättest sagen können, dass Dir Kleinbu$h gefällt,
weil er den gleichen IQ wie Du zu haben scheint.

Das hätten alle geglaubt und geklatscht.



--
Logik a la Blumentritt Teil I: "Es gab keine Palaestinenser." <8tz-
XXXX@XXXXX.COM > "Um sich die Groessenordnungen
vorzustellen, um 1800 zaehlte Palaestina etwa 250-300.000
Einwohner,"< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von calimero902 » Montag, 10. November 2003





...

"But it isn't these things that make my heart flutter: It's that he drives
the people I hate the most nuts."

Hehehe ....

Max "Dubya" Eberl


--
"... the course of this nation does not depend on the decisions of others."
(President George W. Bush)



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von h.habiger » Montag, 10. November 2003







President Gore Accuses Bush (The Squatter in the White House) of 'Big
Brother' Policy

Wuerzl;> Hehehe ....

Another Bush Cartel Betrayal: Bush Cartel Opposes Funds for Gulf War
P.O.W.'s 11/10

Wuerzl;> Hehehe ....

2 more soldiers killed, 1 hurt in attack on US vehicle in Iraq. Bring
our troops home: Send Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Powell, Wolfowitz, Pearl
and the Members of the RNC and Republicans in Congress to Fight the
War. But
Chickenhawks Don't Fight, Do They?

Wuerzl;> Hehehe ...

From January 29, 2002: President Bush personally asked Senate Majority
Leader Tom Daschle Tuesday to limit the congressional investigation
into the events of September 11, congressional and White House sources
told CNN. We Still Wait for the Truth.

Wuerzl;> Hehehe ...

America’s dress-up president won’t go near the wounded. But Cher will. 11/10

Wuerzl;> Hehehe ...


Das ist klar, dass dir der gefällt...



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von calimero902 » Dienstag, 11. November 2003









"But it isn't these things that make my heart flutter: It's that he
drives the people I hate the most nuts."
Hehehe ....

Max "Dubya" Eberl



--
"Wenn ich für einen Ertrag von 100 Aufwendungen von 20 machen muß,
..."
(ein Satz, der für Gerd Bohler zu komplex ist, vgl.
< XXXX@XXXXX.COM >)



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von calimero902 » Dienstag, 11. November 2003







Wo denn?


Da gibts einiges zu "Monitoren" ....


Die "NYT", hatte die nicht kürzlich diese äh, ... Probleme mit frei
erfundenen Sensationsartikeln?
Na?
Hmm ....?
Und: Wer ist Herr Packer?


Wer spricht jetzt?
Drohlendorff himself?



Max "Dubya" Eberl


--
"But it isn't these things that make my heart flutter: It's that he
drives
the people I hate the most nuts."
(Noemie Emery über George W. Bush)



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von calimero902 » Dienstag, 11. November 2003






Ich habe es getan!
Die Online-Ausgabe des Weekly Standard abonniert.
Doitsche nationale Sozialisten, you haven't got a prayer!!!


Max "Dubya" Eberl


--
"But it isn't these things that make my heart flutter: It's that he drives
the people I hate the most nuts."
(Noemie Emery über George W. Bush)



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von calimero902 » Dienstag, 11. November 2003







Kann hinkommen. So um die 140.
Unterschätzt Dubya und mich ruhig weiter.
Ich weide mich weiter an euren Wut und Ohnmacht.
Hehehe ....


Max "Dubya" Eberl


--
"But it isn't these things that make my heart flutter: It's that he drives
the people I hate the most nuts."
(Noemie Emery über George W. Bush)



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Ralf Ohlendorf » Dienstag, 11. November 2003








Wohl kaum. Wäre dem so, würdest du nicht ständig auf's neue deinen
Blödsinn hier rein posten und unnützen Traffic verursachen...

Gruß, Ralf




Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Ralf Ohlendorf » Dienstag, 11. November 2003









Deine Postings werden nicht nur immer schwachsinniger, sondern jetzt
auch noch immer einseitiger...
Max "Brigittchen" Eberl.

Gruß, Ralf




Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Carsten Mueller » Dienstag, 11. November 2003







hehehehe... und dann wendet sich Wutzel von seinem Computer und seiner
Traumwelt ab um wieder seinen Platz unter dem Pantoffel der Realitaet
einzunehmen.

--
Der Feind steht da, wo die Menschlichkeit zugunsten des Profits
geopfert wird.



Re: Wutzl: Warum ich für Dubya bin!

von Carsten Mueller » Dienstag, 11. November 2003








Ralf, du kannst getrost davon ausgehen, das Wutzel, wenn er den Rechner
ausmacht ein kleines Licht ist, das willig und demuetig den Anweisungen
seiner Gebieter folgt. Lass ihm doch die paar Augenblicke in denen er
meint sich gross zu fuehlen. Nimm ihn nicht seine Traeume.


--
Der Feind steht da, wo die Menschlichkeit zugunsten des Profits
geopfert wird.



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