Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Surprises

With a lot of talk about what the misadministration's October Surprise could be, with guesses ranging from bin Laden's capture to a repeat of 9/11, I'm wondering why no one seems to be contemplating the far more insidious surprise looming, the November Surprise.

Think about it. Sometime early in the morning of Wednesday, November 3rd, after the media officially declares John Kerry the winner of the election, a door is quietly opened.

Looking through this door, we see the spectre of 78 days left to the Bush regime. Just imagine what sort of national havoc this imbecile could wreak in that time.

And those of you who say he wouldn't dare do anything major? Just think back to November, 2000 when an idiot from Texas who was given the Presidency after a 5-4 vote in the Supreme Court went on to act as if he'd won an overwhelming majority of the electoral and popular vote. And we all know how well that's turned out.

So before I leave off, just ponder these possible Bush actions in November, December, and January:
  • With nothing left to lose, ordering a full-scale ground assault by the troops in Iraq, causing casualties and deaths among American military forces unlike anything seen thus far
  • Openly gutting every single non-business-friendly regulation he could get his hands on, doing incalculable harm to the American people, economy, and environment
  • With Congress not in session, filling multiple open Federal judicial seats with the most vile brand of rightwing nutjob activist judges (If you thought the one who said the right to an attorney does not mean they have to be awake was good, just imagine what Shrubya would dig up out of spite)

I'm sure there are many other ways this buffoon could screw us openly in those two and a half months. Just thinking about the three I've listed here is enough to cause massive insomnia.

A Siege of Herons

1 Comments:

At 9:34 AM, Blogger Ms Liberty said...

I think you may be right, but what would serve to hold him back are the other repugs and their concern over the backlash.
If Bushshit goes nutty, he'll be physically ripped from office and imprisoned.
*crosses fingers* I'm still hoping for Bush and Cheney's demise in a big way.

 

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