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Sticks & Stones
To those who would hurl sticks and stones, remember the words of your leader: "It's important for those of us who value democracy to promote an independent media." - Dubya, Moscow, Russia, May 24, 2002
[CAUTION] Some of the e-mails cited on Sticks & Stones are not suitable for viewing by children.
THE 4TH CAMP: PERSONAL INVECTIVE AGAINST THE DUBYASPEAK WEBMASTER
This person cleverly identified himself/herself as "Al Goard" (firstname.lastname@example.org) - I can only assume that he/she was trying to spell "gourd", defined in the Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary as "the fruit of any of various plants, having hard, durable shells". And this from a person whose access log information revealed an association with a university in Texas, which shall remain nameless.
Comment: do you folks really collect these types of communications? It takes neurons to do so and frankly you don't have any
DubyaSpeak.com: Answer to the first part -- Yes, we folks collect these types of communications. Answer to the second part -- Thank you for acknowledging that putting this site together takes brain power. Compliment accepted.
Comment: I've read through your sticks and stones [sic] page on your website, and noted the way you avoided answering any question that went along the lines, "What have you ever done?" So, what have you achieved in life? Maybe you could regale us with tales of your fine public speaking, or your tremendous contribution to society.
DubyaSpeak.com: I've never bothered to address the question of "What have you ever done?" because (1) I thought the question was rhetorical and (2) I fail to see the question's relevance to the issue at hand -- Dubya's tenuous grasp of the English language. So you want to know what I've achieved? Well, let's see... I've managed to attract the attention of numerous news organizations worldwide, and over 50,000 visitors [Now: visitors] with a site that is capable of making people like yourself writhe in discomfort. That has to count for something.
Comment: You have WAY too much time on your hands...You could TRY becoming productive like the rest of america [sic] instead of wasting your time on stupid [expletive] like this...you are truely [sic] pathetic that all you can do [sic] is point your finger and make fun of the person out there who is leading the country in DEFENDING you...Kinda sad if you ask me
DubyaSpeak.com: Fortunately, I didn't ask you. But to refute your claim, I have way too little time on my hands. You wouldn't believe how busy Dubya's verbal antics keep me. It's enough that I might have to quit my day job just to keep up. Tell me if I'm wrong, but isn't America (capital 'A' - see above) a democracy, a nation whose citizens are allowed, and indeed encouraged, to express themselves freely? What's your deal? Are you a Fascist masquerading as a patriot? Does true freedom scare you? I'm sorry if cataloguing Dubya's copious quantity of screw ups burns your brisket, but that's not sufficient to persuade me to change this into a site about basket weaving.
Comment: If you don't like it get the [expletive] out of America [expletive]hole.
DubyaSpeak.com: You know, I never thought of it that way before. Rather than lampoon the President of the U.S. for the moronic things he says, I could just move to Easter Island. That's what every American who doesn't think like you should do. Thanks for the friendly advice, man. I'll give it some thought. Lastly, this is just out of curiosity, but you listed your name as "F--k You". Is this your real name? And can I really reach you at email@example.com?
Sent in by a Boeing employee who apparently feels the massive layoffs there don't yet threaten enough to make him/her think twice about net surfing on the company dime.
Comment: Your site is very thorough and obviously well cared for. Keep in mind, however, that less is sometimes more. A lot of your content is simply not that funny. We all get the joke: Bush does not communicate well. So where do you, and the rest of us, go from there? Dubya is, after all, the President of the United States of America. You are merely someone with a lot of free time and a worthy command of the English language. Why should anyone buy your merchandise?
DubyaSpeak.com: Thank you for the backhanded compliment. I wish I could dispel this rumor that I have a lot of free time on my hands, but I guess that's what you get when you shine a spotlight on the plain, hard truth that Dubya is several ounces short of a gallon. I think it's pretty clear that this site has more to do with mere grammatical errors and poor communication skills, but I leave that up to the reader to discern. As for the "less is more" statement, I refer you to Page 1 of this web site, which explicitly says, "This site aims to offer the most complete collection of George Dubya Bush quotes available anywhere on the Internet." Was that not clear enough? Where do we go from here? Well, if what you see on this site doesn't make you concerned for the future, I don't know what will.
Sent in by someone going by the handle of "Not as high and mighty as you".
Comment: You know what - do you never stumble over words or make grammatical errors? You've never misspoken? Let me ask you how many times you've spoken as the head of the free world - with cameras, reporters and little anal [expletive]hole like yourself critquing [sic] every word and nuance you may use while communicating? That's right - your answer is never. It's because your [sic] a little [expletive] person with no [expletive] life, most likely a virgin (who the hell is anal enough to put up with you, male or female) and living at home, in the basement apartment with your parents. You suck. Get a [expletive] life.
DubyaSpeak.com: I think we've found a candidate for anger management therapy, folks. And the liberal use of the word "anal" suggests some other unresolved issues. Hey, I wish I could email you with the name of a specialist, but I'm doubtful that firstname.lastname@example.org is a valid address.
Comment: Haven't you got anything worthwhile to do? You must be some kind of welfare leach with nothing to do between checks.
DubyaSpeak.com: I find that pointing out the multitudinous ineptitudes of the Mangler-in-Chief is a highly worthwhile (and important) endeavor. The fact that you do not does not dissuade me in the slightest. And in response to your supposition, I'm not a welfare recipient, and I have a hard time understanding the relevance even if I were.
Editorial note: This chump sets forth to label me as an idiot in the following passage, yet I had to fix a good number of punctuation marks (.../'/"), since they were incorrectly formatted in Windows characters rather than standard ISO characters, and therefore only readily recognizable on Windows machines set up similarly to his. Kinda makes me think of a pot calling the kettle black. It's rather lengthy, and loaded with faulty logic, incorrect assumptions and right-wing grandstanding, so I won't blame you if you stop reading it before you reach the end. Please note my [sic] notations, though, because they tell a story all by themselves. Also, be advised that this is a man (I'm guessing it's a man) who didn't even have the courage to provide me with a valid e-mail address (or name) so I could respond to him directly. Instead he used the really original address of "email@example.com".
Comment: Okay bonehead, regarding your self-acknowledged and all-embracing command of the English language, how about accounting for the grammatical errors you make in several of your rebuttals. [sic: forgot question mark] Take a look at the following: DUBYASPEAK: "I hate to be nitpicking, but aren't most full-time college students 'unemployed'?" MY RESPONSE: Grammatically speaking: Placing the QUESTION MARK after the ending quotation mark is "incorrect." Idiot! Proper grammar is displayed for your benefit. And in the same dissertation, you state: "You'll have to ask Yahoo! why they decided to make DubyaSpeak a 'Yahoo! Pick', but I would hazard a guess that they thought this site was funny." MY RESPONSE; [sic: I think he meant to use a colon here] Again, you display poor grammar by making the exact same transgression in the SAME PARAGRAPH. When using a COMMA, it is grammatically incorrect to place an ending quotation mark before placement of the COMMA. I further question your command of the English language. Idiot! In a later response on your webpage, here's another inkling of your own grammatical ineptitude. DubyaSpeak states: "...humorous mistakes that Dubya makes in the English language." MY RESPONSE: What in the universe are you trying to convey? What are you referring to when you state: "...In the English language?" How about using: with regard to, or concerning - instead of "in." [sic: Again, no question mark] Does your surname begin with Forrest? Idiot! Furthermore, in yet another response, DubyaSpeak states: "And if YOU has chosen to be a little more thorough..." Yes DubyaSpeak, the use of "has" with the past-tense "chosen," is grammatically incorrect. Yes, you are as much of an idiot as your webpage is idiotic! And Forrest, "stupid certainly IS as stupid does." I, for one, do not want you swimming anywhere near my gene pool. By the way, I work with a lot of liberalistic morons like you who wallow in a self-induced state of hypocritical pomposity. I characterize you as a cowardly underachiever who gets off on childish pranks that degrade the character of others. Your constant discourse of self-righteous indignation - coupled with an acute circumvention of truthfulness regarding your profession (most-likely [sic: hyphen is not necessary] a disgruntled geek who blames everyone else for your own ineptitude) - provides a certain degree of amusement for one-time visitors like me. You can slam Bush all you want, but he has more character in just one of his fingernails, [sic: comma is not necessary] than you have in your entire sense of worthlessness. Finally, why don't you change your name to DumbBubbaSpeak - pretty much characterizes you [sic: unclear, fragmented sentence]...
DubyaSpeak.com: Wow, you've given me so much self-aggrandizing rubbish to contend with, I don't know where to begin. I guess we can start with your claim that my use of quotation marks (as you cited) is a grammatical mistake. I'm sorry to inform you that you are incorrect. It is a matter of editorial style. For the sake of clarity, I have intentionally chosen not to include within quotations punctuation that affects only the external sentence structure. You will find that there are a boatload of people in England (you know, the place where they invented the language) that would agree with my choice of style. Next, my use of the phrase "in the English language" may rub you the wrong way, but again, it is not incorrect. It is merely a difference of opinion. I have a question for YOU, though: Are you aware that the word "surname" means "last name"? If you were trying to compare me to Forrest Gump, asking if my last name begins with "Forrest" would be something like asking me if my last name is "Forrester" or "Forrestal". In other words, you're not making any sense here. Now, on to the next topic. Hey, you got me. You really, really got me, chief. I made a typo in one sentence. I'm pretty sure that I have never claimed to be a perfect typist, but I'll leave it to you to incorrectly claim otherwise. I typed the word "has" instead of "had", and for that I deserve 10 lashings with a wet noodle. My deepest, most heartfelt apologies, kind sir. I hope you can find space in your heart to forgive me, but somehow I doubt it. You called me a "cowardly underachiever". I'm trying to figure out how you could call me cowardly or underachieving, since you've never met me in your life. But from where I'm standing, I'd say that getting under the skin of a pablum spouter such as yourself is achievement enough. Wouldn't you? And if, as you stipulate, stupid is as stupid does, what exactly does that make Dubya?
This writer isn't exactly a DubyaSpeak hater, but he'd still like to see the site fundamentally changed, which sort of has the same effect.
Comment: Your site would be fantastic if you kept your own comentary [sic] out of it. Let it stand or fall on it's own - it doesn't need your help.
DubyaSpeak.com: Thanks for your opinion. Now go out and make your own site if you want to see one that's different from DubyaSpeak. My comments, in part, are a form of therapy I use to deal with the daily reality of Dubya occupying the Oval Office. And some people even find my comments entertaining, too. Imagine that.
Comment: MAybe [sic] you idiots should check Snopes.com. Some of your garbage is posted there under FALSE or UNDETERMINED
DubyaSpeak.com: You're suggesting that Snopes.com is the clearinghouse for the truth? An impartial arbiter? Declaring a quote "undetermined" does not automatically condemn it to being removed from the collection. If you had taken time to read the DubyaSpeak FAQ, you would have noticed this passage: "If a quote is found to be in error or taken wholly out of context, it is removed immediately." For your information, we have held up to this pledge at numerous times in the past, when credible sources turned out to be less credible than originally purported. There is no effort to mislead at work here, as there is no need. You could try to suggest certain quotes be removed, but that is clearly not your agenda here. You are a Dubya crusader looking for a cheap shot. Putting all of this aside, what do you have to say about the other 99.9% of the quotes in the DubyaSpeak collection that are not found on Snopes.com?
Comment: I just wanted to say that isn't it great living in a Nation that you can have web pages like you do? I am an on [sic] active duty in the military, yes, serving under President Bush. One thing that really troubles me is knowing that everytime [sic] I go to work to defend this great nation and all the [sic] She stands for, I am also defending morons like you and those who enjoy this rag that you call a web page. You and your followers should be hung [sic] for treason. Shot for anti-American propaganda. You have never probably [sic] served one damn day in the military but yet you still have the freedoms to write crap like you do. AND those freedoms were provided and protected for our great nation by people like myself and the greatest President [sic] we have ever had, President Bush. I hope that if the war ever comes to our land here, God help us if it does, I hope that people like you and your "rag" are the first ones to go. You are the type that gets in our w! ay [sic] while we are trying to defend this great nation.
DubyaSpeak.com: You seem to be confusing rigid, unquestioning adherence to the viewpoint of the nation's leadership (the hallmark of a totalitarian state) with democratic patriotism. In the same breath as you sing the praises of our great nation, you call those who engage in the art of political satire (and in DubyaSpeak's case, those who simply report the truth) morons who should be hanged for treason. You need some serious help, not only for your complete misunderstanding of what makes America special, but also for your claim that Dubya is the greatest president we've ever had (Or were you kidding about that part? I can only hope...). And just to clear up another point about which you are so clearly confused, service in the military is not a prerequisite for enjoying the freedoms our democracy offers. Also, as long as we're talking about the military, if you're looking for a ready-made source of "anti-American propaganda", you need look no further than your own Commander-in-Chief.
Comment: I really like the site, and I really dislike Dubya, but some of your subissions [sic] are a bit dodgy, to tell you the truth. For example, in the 'geography' section, there is a statement he made in Moscow in which he didn't recognize Russia as part of the European continent, and this site said that he was wrong. Well, it seems that *you* are incorrect at this point. Russia is not on the European continent, as you suggest...it's on the Asian continent. A notion that is perhaps hard to take for someone who hasn't participated in too many substantial geography lessons themselves...?
DubyaSpeak.com: I'm glad that you enjoy the site, but I'm afraid that your criticism is a little bit off. Actually, Europe is traditionally considered (by geographers) to end at the Ural Mountains, which are located in Russia, and specifically, the part of Russia that Dubya was in at the time (European Russia) is far west of the Urals, and therefore well within the eastern portion of Europe. Take a look in any dictionary or encyclopedia for enlightenment. Even better, just go here for reference: http://worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/europe/europea.htm
Comment: In the section Dubya the historian [sic] you have proven to everyone that you are yourself an absolute idiot! After the quote he makes [sic] "Like the Second World War, our present conflict began with a ruthless, surprise attack on the United States." You try and point out that he is wrong because alot [sic] of other things happened before that. HOWEVER i [sic] am not even American and I know more about your history! AMERICA WASN'T IN THE WAR BEFORE PEARL HARBOR U [sic] [expletive] MORON! AND ALL THOSE THINGS U [sic] NAMED WHERE [sic] NOT ATTACKS ON AMERICA LIKE HE SAYS IN THE QUOTE!! Oh let me point out something to you incase [sic] you try to argue back HE SAID OUR CONFLICTS!!! MEANING AMERICAN CONFLICTS. So while you try an make urself [sic] out as being a perfect english [sic] speaker with intelligence UR [sic] NOT!!
DubyaSpeak.com: I hate to throw the obvious right back in your face, but you leave me no choice. Dubya did not say "America entered both the current conflict and World War II after a ruthless surprise attack on our soil", although he may very well have intended to say that. His intent, however, is irrelevant in terms of how this quote reads. The implication of his quote is that both conflicts began only after an attack on the U.S. I am only endeavoring to point out that WWII was well under way, and many atrocities had already been committed before the U.S. officially entered the fray following the attack on Pearl Harbor. I agree that his choice of the word "our" is perfectly fine in the manner in which it is used, as a modifier describing the war on terrorism, but nowhere throughout this quote did Dubya use the word "our" (or a similar expression) in connection with World War II (e.g. "our involvement in World War II"). As a result of Dubya's sentence structure, it becomes rather tenuous to try to connect the word "our" back to the phrase about WWII, given that it occurs later in the sentence. As with so many things that Dubya says, there is ample ambiguity and oversimplification to accommodate any number of interpretations, most of which differ from what you would hope his message was meant to be. If you do not recognize this character trait in Dubya, it is unlikely that you will find much objectionable, frustrating or entertaining about his choice of words. That, however, does not make me wrong, nor does it make you a genius. (Oh, and by the way, he said "our present conflict" NOT "our conflicts")
Comment: I'm a Kerry supporter. However, I think you [sic] web site is nothing but mudslinging. Republicans have similar sites with Kerry doing/saying stupid things. All candidate make mistakes, by considering Dubya evil and reporting or suggesting he is, you actually put yourself on his level. Put your emotions aside and take an intelligent approach. Attacking his issues are the key. Not your mudslinging. Shame on you!!!!
DubyaSpeak.com: If Republicans have made sites with Kerry saying stupid things, those sites are either filled with fabricated quotes (in most cases, these sites use recycled Dan Quayle quotes, which is ironic to say the least), or quote collections nowhere near the size or quality of what we offer here at DubyaSpeak.com. We have over 2,000 quotes here (current number: ), which act to illustrate particular patterns of speech, behavior and logic -- or the lack thereof. None of them are concocted or taken out of context. None of them. This site encourages people to think while laughing (or crying), but if that doesn't work for you, then I would suggest going somewhere else. I honestly have no reason whatsoever to feel shame when it comes to reporting the simple truth about a president who's constantly treated with kid gloves by the corporate press.
Comment: Hey [expletive]holes...your "quotes" aren't even that funny. Guess what...Tennessee is ALSO part of the world. We'll see who the morons are after the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. There is some Jack-speak. Are you smart enough to figure it out?
DubyaSpeak.com: I leave it up to the individual readers to determine what they might find funny or disturbing about Dubya's speech patterns, but if by adding quotes around the word "quotes" you are suggesting that these quotes are figments of my imagination, I can assure you that you are wrong. They're the real deal (similarity to John Kerry campaign slogan unintended). I guess I'm not smart enough to figure out what you mean by "Jack-speak" (or the reference to Tennessee). Sorry about that.
Comment: You people are [expletive] idiots and should have your heads examined. My belief is that you have very low testerone [sic] levels and [expletive] envy syndrome. Cowards often have this problem.
DubyaSpeak.com: Wow, your testerone levels must be immense. Ten times greater than mine, at least. Remind me again... what is testerone?
From a man identifying himself as a CFA (which makes him a "Chartered Financial Analyst" or a "Corporate Fraud Administrator" or perhaps a "Comptroller of Furious Aspersions"), who I'm guessing is a Dubya supporter...
Comment: Amazing that someone who is so [sic] stupid to understand what "Defensive Medicine" is would get any of his thoughts printed. Tells [sic] me the quality, or lack thereof, of your work.
DubyaSpeak.com: I'm quite certain I never professed that I don't know what "defensive medicine" is, but rather that Dubya threw the phrase out in the debates (actually, Dubya's version was "the defensive practice of medicine") and never bothered to explain it in any detail. Go back and read the citation again. You'll undoubtedly find that I am correct, and that Dubya also gave us more cause for celebration with this capper: "It's like if you looked at the -- it's the equivalent of the -- of the buggy and horse days." I'm laughing all over again! Why can't you?
This person cleverly identified himself/herself as "Joe" (F**kYouandKerry@yahoo.com)
Comment: You make me sick
DubyaSpeak.com: At least there weren't any major grammatical errors or typos in this one, eh folks? I guess having a period at the end of the sentence would be asking for too much, though.
This message came from the apocryphal email address "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Comment: shove [sic] this entire site up your [expletive]. i [sic] mean yeah, you hate him, but he is your president. I know you have free speech but still. Have SOME RESPECT for your frickin PRESIDENT! In a lot of countries you would have a round of ammo put to your head for something like this.
DubyaSpeak.com: I think that's what we're trying to celebrate here, the fact that in America you needn't fear a knock on the door from the local deathsquad for satirizing the nation's chief executive. Have some respect for the President!? How about some respect for the First Amendment! And also please note that everything on this site is factual. I can't help it if those facts make you uncomfortable.
Comment: I'm just wondering what is so profound about the "See-Count"? Let's analyze the real substance you have been able to uncover in your findings (microscope, anyone?). You have been able to determine that, over the course of about two years, President Bush has repeated himself about 10-20 times in a half-dozen speeches. This, of course, is your damning proof that George Bush is everso [sic] intellectually inferior to the anti-Bush crowd. To be honest with you, I had professors at college--who far surpassed me in intellectual abilities--who would repeat themselves a dozen times per lecture over six lectures in two weeks time. Does that mean these people were anymore [sic] the buffoon than the twisted, Photoshopped image of President Bush that you present as your claim to fame as a propagandist? Of course not! For instance, am I to assume that, simply because one of my history professors would use the phrase "by any stretch of the imagination" at least 10 times during the course of a lecture, and repeated this behavior a half-dozen times over two weeks, that that made him 52 times stupider than President Bush? To say so would be preposterous (which means it's probably a very tempting conclusion for you to draw). So basically, I just wanted to remind you that there are more than 59 million of us who were able to spot the fallacies in your argument. Thanks for making illogic look *so* unappealing!
DubyaSpeak.com: Perhaps you didn't read the explanation on the See-Count page, or perhaps it wasn't enough for you. In either case, here it is again for your convenience. Bear in mind that this was written in the weeks before the #1 see-count speech, in the midst of the 2004 presidential campaign, and hasn't been updated for some time: "A tendency has sneaked into Dubya's public speaking patterns with increasing regularity (or maybe it just went overlooked for too long). More and more, Dubya relies heavily on starting sentences with 'See, ...'" My personal reason for adding this page to the site has absolutely nothing to do with what you misperceive as an effort to paint Dubya as an intellectual lightweight. I actually detect an air of desperation, or even a hint of bully/mobster speech in Dubya's use of the word "see" to start off sentences when he is trying to win over a crowd (the irony there is that he rarely speaks in front of audiences that haven't been pre-screened to contain ample numbers of his own supporters). I also have to correct your numbers. There are 6 speeches on this page (the top 6), but many more speeches on record where he has used this same construction over and over, on many occasions more than 10 times. I just haven't bothered keeping track lately. I figured six speeches got the point across just fine. I won't bother responding to the calculations ("52 times stupider" and so on) that you offer, but you seem to want to label DubyaSpeak.com as a propaganda outfit, and since propaganda requires carefully crafted untruth, deceit and fabrication (sound familiar?), and we serve nothing but the cold, hard truth here, let's just say that the label is less than convincing. Best regards, DubyaSpeak. P.S. Please make sure to go to the Sticks & Stones page so you can see your email alongside the exquisitely Photoshopped image of Dubya that you love so much.
I have to be thankful for one thing: This guy self-censored his expletive for me. Saved me the hassle.
Comment: Abu Nidal -- in addition to being the name of an organization -- is also the name of a person, you stupid dip***ts. The person did exactly what Bush says he did. All your supposed debunking of Bush -- by earnestly explaining that Abu Nidal is an organization which Bush has confused with the Palestinian Liberation Front (the organization that the person Abu Nidal was working for when he murdered Leon Klinghoffer) -- just reveals your cluelessness. There's this thing called "Google." Try it sometime. It's how I stumbled upon your inadvertent exercise in self-mockery. Maybe you can learn a little bit about Abu Nidal.
DubyaSpeak.com: I assume this means you've seen the Repeat Offender page that covers Dubya's repeated conflation of Abu Nidal and Abu Abbas, and have a problem with it. I'm going to explain this to you one more time, since it apparently hasn't sinked in yet. The Palestine Liberation Front (PLF), headed by Abu Abbas (you know, the other Abu...), was responsible for the 1985 hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro, and the murder of U.S. citizen Leon Klinghoffer. Neither Abu Nidal nor the Abu Nidal Organization had anything to do with it, Dubya's multiple incorrect statements to the contrary (I have logged 20) notwithstanding. A quick search on Google turned up the following 10 news items that completely corroborate these facts. Heck, even Fox News is on my side on this one. Take your pick.
(1) "Bush haunted by the wrong Abu" (Independent Online)
(2) "Abbas: Palestinian throwback" (BBC News)
(3) "U.S. captures mastermind of Achille Lauro hijacking" (CNN)
(4) "Achille Lauro hijacker nabbed in Iraq" (CBS News)
(5) "Achille Lauro" (Wikipedia)
(6) "President misidentifies terrorist -- again" (MSNBC)
(7) "Bush's terrorist tongue twist (News24)
(8) "Sorting through campaign claims on Iraq (ABC News)
(9) "Terrorist Abu Abbas dies in Iraq" (Fox News)
(10) "Ship hijack plotter Abu Abbas dead" (San Diego Union-Tribune)
Maybe you can learn a little bit about Abu Abbas. And perhaps share that knowledge with Dubya.
Comment: Your webpage is proof positive that W can create jobs, even for people like you. I hope this venture can be your stepping stone towards getting yourself a real job when you no longer have nits to pick with the President. Dirty little secret: the presidents [sic] poor grammar and apparent gaffes is a way to keep you all focused on things that don't mean anything while ushering his policies past you. Thank you for you [sic] gullibility and keep up your excellent job of duping the rest of your kin.
DubyaSpeak.com: Just to clarify, this site is not a commercial operation, but is offered for free as a public service. And the editor of this site has a full-time job in addition to his work on DubyaSpeak.com. Unfortunately for you, neither of these facts can be attributed to Dubya. As to your dirty little secret, I think we can safely assume that given Dubya's avowed and patently obvious disdain for intellectual heavy lifting, which would be an integral part of any concerted effort to intentionally portray oneself as an addled, smug, self-righteous character with residual frat boy tendencies, that this persona is the genuine article. I'm glad, though, that you're willing to state that deception is at the heart of Dubya's political strategy. I think you might be onto something there...
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Comment: The sad thing is that if a moron like you had first-hand experience of the brutality that an individual such as Pol Pot inflicted on a nation you'd probably still give him 'hero status' in your tiny mind. Sort your [expletive] life out.
DubyaSpeak.com: First of all, if I had first-hand experience with the brutality of Pol Pot, I'd probably be dead. But as long as you're bringing up history in making your argument, I'll give you a little impromptu history quiz... Guess who helped Saddam Hussein gas Kurds by assisting in the sale of American Bell 214ST helicopters to Iraq? That's right... Reagan's envoy to the Middle East, and a Defense Secretary Dubya claims America owes "a debt of gratitude" - Donald Rumsfeld. Where was your indignation then? Or now, for that matter?
Comment: My God, your site is useless. What really is the point other than to try to make you feel better about your worthless lives? Face it, the Democratic party [sic] is dead. You serve no purpose in this new world. So, respectfully bite it.
DubyaSpeak.com: All I can say in response to that is if this site is so useless, why did you even bother sending us an email? And I respectfully decline to bite it.
The Latest Sticks & Stones Entry:
So much for punctuation or capitalization...
Comment: this is the most disgusting site ever probably started by morons
DubyaSpeak.com: If this site was founded by morons, then I'd say we're beating the curve. I'm not sure what you're finding disgusting.
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