FOLLOWING BUSH, CHENEY AND MCSAME TO THE GATES OF HELL

So. Bush and Cheney cancel their RNC speeches because of Hurricane Gustav. McCain talks post-partisanship in relation to the imminent disaster. It’s only respectful that they cancel / postpone / tone down the RNC, but I hate these hell-harbingers’ guts so bad for finally deciding to care about New Orleans (ha!) right when their presence was about to cast a long pallor on McCain’s nomination, when the Dems’ best and truest argument against him is that he is exactly like Bush and Cheney. Obama vs. McSame on Katrina: the former cares enough to do manual labor, regularly. The latter voted AGAINST funding for Katrina victims. I want to throw up I hate them so bad. The photo of Bush and McCain on McCain’s birthday, eating cake and toasting their smug smiles as hundreds drowned or starved on their roofs during Katrina, has lately been internet-resurrected for its synergy. I cannot forget it. I hope that there is enough transportation to evacuate the people on the Gulf Coast, the people who actually were able to make it back after Katrina decimated their families, their homes, their lives. I am so disgusted. I have been saying this since 2000, then again in 2004, but if McCain for some horrible and likely illegal reason gets elected, I am honestly moving to Spain. For real this time. I cannot deal with these demonic assholes. I’m so angry there are no words. May the spectre of bloated bodies haunt their sleep forever, even after they are safely tucked away in hell, where they will make amiable compatriots to Lucifer himself.

This is on you.

You will do well in the flames of Hell

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One Response to FOLLOWING BUSH, CHENEY AND MCSAME TO THE GATES OF HELL

  1. miguelaron says:

    i was trying to figure out if i could move if mccain was elected. maybe my boss would let me telecommute.

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