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“If I’m the president, we’re going to have emergency-room care, we’re going to have gag orders.”

— George 911 Bush
in a fit of precognition

The Exceedingly Strange Case
of George W. Bush

Gee Dubbya laughing

“Marijuana? Cocaine? I’m not going to talk about what I did as a child.”

G.W. Bush - Born with a silver spoon up his nose.

“Drug therapies are replacing a lot of medicines as we used to know it.”

— George “White Stuff” Bush
An acknowledged expert
on drug therapies

“I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.”

— George Water-on-the-brain Bush
September 29, 2000
Saginaw, Michigan

“I’m gonna talk about the ideal world, Chris. I’ve read, I understand reality. If you’re asking me as the President, would I understand reality, I do.”

— George W. Bush
May 31, 2000
On Hardball, MSNBC

Unfortunately, as it turns out, the (ahem) “President”, does not, in fact, “understand reality”. (In spite of having read about it once.) All his handlers have got poor ol’ Gee Dubbya actually believing he was legitimately elected President of the United States. Tsk, tsk.

“I want you to know that farmers are not going to be secondary thoughts to a Bush administration. They will be in the forethought of our thinking.”

— George GMO Bush
August 10, 2000
Salinas, California

“I don’t know whether I’m going to win or not. I think I am. I do know I’m ready for the job. And, if not, that’s just the way it goes.”

— George Whatever Bush
August 21, 2000
Des Moines, Iowa

a group of hillbilly people in a beat up old truck like in the 'Beverly Hillbillies' TV show, but the faces are of G.W. Bush looking even more moronic than Jethro Clampett; Cheney as his dad, Jeb Clampett; G.W.'s wife as Jethro's sister, and somebody else, maybe Cheney's wife, as the grandmother.

“I think anybody who doesn’t think I’m smart enough to handle the job is underestimating.”

— George Jethro Bush
April 3, 2000
U.S. News & World Report

“They misunderestimated me.”

— George W. Bush
November 6, 2000
Bentonville, Arkansas
(after he was miselected)

“The great thing about America is everybody should vote.”

— George B.S. Bush
December 8, 2000
Austin, Texas

Gee Dubbie actually had the gall to say this while he was petitioning the fascist Supreme Court to STOP THE VOTES FROM BEING COUNTED in Florida.

Five of the Injustices were only too happy to oblige, handing down their ludicrous, twisted, ruling on December 12, 2000 — a ruling so absurd they were too embarassed to sign it. George W. Bush was thereupon installed as the first U.S. Unpresident in history to openly steal an election.

Supreme Court overrides US voters: a ruling that will live in infamy

See also the Bibliography on this page.

“Natural gas is hemispheric. I like to call it hemispheric in nature because it is a product that we can find in our neighborhoods.”

— George Ill-Wind Bush
December 20, 2000
Austin, Texas

Well, there’s never been any shortage of “natural gas” in Gee Dubbya’s neighborhood, nosiree! And now he’s sharing that ill wind from Texas with the neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Damn hemispheric of him, if you ask me.

Of course, noxious atmospheres are nothing new to the Capital of American Empire. But up until 2000, foul air was the naturally gaseous product of all those elected political windbags.

Hey, let’s dump all pretense of “democracy” and try open fascism from now on, shall we? And America’s first Führer is a moron. Perfect.

“Anyway, I’m so thankful, and so gracious — I’m gracious that my brother Jeb is concerned about the hemisphere as well.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
June 4, 2001
Miami, Florida

“I do not agree with this notion that somehow if I go to try to attract votes and to lead people toward a better tomorrow somehow I get subscribed to some... some doctrine gets subscribed to me.”

— George W. Bush
February 13, 2000
Meet The Press
He sure led us to a better tomorrow, didn’t he?
Good thing we didn’t subscribe him to some doctrine!

“I have a different vision of leadership. A leadership is someone who brings people together.”

— George W. Bush
A Virtual Leadership
Augsut 18, 2000
Bartlett, Tennessee

“I’m a uniter not a divider. That means when it comes time to sew up your chest cavity, we use stitches as opposed to opening it up.”

— George W. Bush, M.D.
March 2, 2000
on the David Letterman show
(the audience booed)

“There ought to be limits to freedom. We’re aware of this site, and this guy is just a garbage man, that’s all he is.”

— George W. Bush
May 21, 1999
at a press conference
at the Texas State House
referring to http://www.gwbush.com/
a web site that parodies him

“It’s clearly a budget. It’s got a lot of numbers in it.”

— George Wizard Bush
May 5, 2000
(The garbage man is a lot smarter than the Unpresident)

“What I am against is quotas. I am against hard quotas, quotas they basically delineate based upon whatever. However they delineate, quotas, I think vulcanize society.

“So I don’t know how that fits into what everybody else is saying, their relative positions, but that’s my position.”

— George “What he say?” Bush
January 21, 2000
Quoted by Molly Ivins
in the San Francisco Chronicle

“One of the interesting initiatives we’ve taken in Washington, D.C., is we’ve got these vampire-busting devices. A vampire is a — a cell deal you can plug in the wall to charge your cell phone.”

— George “Count Wackula” Bush
August 14, 2001
Denver, Colorado

“Anyway, after we go out and work our hearts out, after you go out and help us turn out the vote, after we’ve convinced the good Americans to vote, and while they’re at it, pull that old George W. lever, if I’m the one, when I put my hand on the Bible, when I put my hand on the Bible, that day when they swear us in, when I put my hand on the Bible, I will swear to not — to uphold the laws of the land.”

— George “What a liar” Bush
October 27, 2000
Toledo, Ohio

“The fundamental question is, ‘Will I be a successful president when it comes to foreign policy?’ I will be, but until I’m the president, it’s going to be hard for me to verify that I think I’ll be more effective.”

— George “What a dork” Bush
June 28, 2000
Wayne, Michigan

Quoted by Katharine Q. Seelye
in the New York Times

“Redefining the role of the United States from enablers to keep the peace to enablers to keep the peace from peacekeepers is going to be an assignment.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
January 14, 2001
Interview with the New York Times

“But the true threats to stability and peace are these nations that are not very transparent, that hide behind the — that don’t let people in to take a look and see what they’re up to. They’re very kind of authoritarian regimes. The true threat is whether or not one of these people decide, peak of anger, try to hold us hostage, ourselves; the Israelis, for example, to whom we’ll defend, offer our defenses; the South Koreans.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
Muddle-headed Hypocrite-In-Chief
March 13, 2001
Media roundtable
Washington, D.C.

“I assured the prime minister, my administration will work hard to lay the foundation of peace in the Middle — to work with our nations in the Middle East, give peace a chance. Secondly, I told him that our nation will not try to force peace, that we’ll facilitate peace and that we will work with those responsible for a peace.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
March 20, 2001
Washington, D.C.
during a photo op with war criminal Ariel Sharon,
Prime Minister of one of our nations in the Middle East

“But I also made it clear to [Russian President Vladimir Putin] that it’s important to think beyond the old days of when we had the concept that if we blew each other up, the world would be safe.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
America’s Pride
May 1, 2001
Washington, D.C.

Gee Dubbya looking very grim and hostile as he looks back over his shoulder.

“When I was coming up, it was a dangerous world, and you knew exactly who they were. It was us vs. them, and it was clear who them was.

“Today, we are not so sure who the they are, but we know they’re there.”

— George W. Bush
January 21, 2000
Iowa Western Community College
(But them wouldn’t play the game,
so the unelected Bush regime finally
had to create some terrorists on 9-11)

“This is still a dangerous world. It’s a world of madmen and uncertainty and potential mential losses.”

— George Wingnut Bush
January 14, 2000
At a South Carolina oyster roast

as quoted in the Financial Times

“If a person doesn’t have the capacity that we all want that person to have, I suspect hope is in the far distant future, if at all.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
May 22, 2001
Washington, D.C.
Personally demonstrating why
hope for America
is in the far distant future, if at all

“Then I went for a run with the other dog and just walked. And I started thinking about a lot of things. I was able to — I can’t remember what it was. Oh, the inaugural speech, started thinking through that.”

— George “We’re in good hands” Bush
January 22, 2001 issue of
U.S. News & World Report
Pre-inaugural interview

“I know what I believe. I will continue to articulate what I believe and what I believe — I believe what I believe is right.”

— Unpresident George W. Bush
July 22, 2001

“I think if you know what you believe, it makes it a lot easier to answer questions. I can’t answer your question.”

— George “Did I say that?” Bush
October 4, 2000
Reynoldsburg, Ohio
In response to a question about
whether he wished he could take back
any of his answers in the first debate

“This is Preservation Month. I appreciate preservation. It’s what you do when you run for president. You gotta preserve.”

— George “Raspberry Jam” Bush
Speaking during “Perseverance Month”
January 28, 2000
Nashua, New Hampshire
Fairgrounds Elementary School

Quoted in the Los Angeles Times

“Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?”

— Dr. George W. Bush
January 11, 2000
Florence, South Carolina
Yes, they is learning what an Idiot the Unpresident are

“You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test.”

— Unpresident George “Duh” Bush
February 21, 2001
Townsend, Tennessee

“As governor of Texas, I have set high standards for our public schools, and I have met those standards.”

— George “The Graduate” Bush
August 30, 2000
CNN online chat

“I want it to be said that the Bush administration was a results-oriented administration, because I believe the results of focusing our attention and energy on teaching children to read and having an education system that’s responsive to the child and to the parents, as opposed to mired in a system that refuses to change, will make America what we want it to be — a literate country and a hopefuller country.”

— Unpresident George Literati Bush
January 11, 2001
Washington, D.C.

“We want them [teachers] to know how to teach the science of reading. In order to make sure there’s not this kind of federal — federal cufflink.”

— George W. Bush
March 30, 2000
Fritsche Middle School
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

“I was raised in the West. The west of Texas. It’s pretty close to California. In more ways than Washington, D.C. is close to California.”

— George W. Bush, Ph.D.
April 8, 2000
Los Angeles Times

“Actually, I — this may sound a little West Texan to you, but I like it. When I’m talking about — when I’m talking about myself, and when he’s talking about myself, all of us are talking about me.”

— George “West Hollywood” Bush
May 31, 2000
Hardball, MSNBC

“I’ve coined new words, like, misunderstanding and Hispanically.”

— Unprecedent George W. Bush
March 29, 2001
Washington, D.C.

Radio-Television Correspondents Association dinner

“People make suggestions on what to say all the time. I’ll give you an example: I don’t read what’s handed to me. People say, ‘Here, here’s your speech, or here’s an idea for a speech.’

“They’re changed. Trust me.”

— George W. Bush
Ad-libber extraordinaire
March 15, 2000

Interview with the New York Times

a rendering of G.W. to look like Alfred E. Neuman of Mad Magazine, missing tooth and all.  But while Alfred E. Neuman's motto was 'What, me worry?',  Alfred E. Bushman is wearing a button on his lapel that says 'Worry'.

“I think we need not only to eliminate the tollbooth to the middle class, I think we should knock down the tollbooth.”

— George D.W.I. Bush
February 1, 2000
Nashua, New Hampshire

Quoted by Gail Collins
in the New York Times

“I don’t remember debates. I don’t think we spent a lot of time debating it. Maybe we did, but I don’t remember.”

— George Shotglass Bush
July 27, 1999
Washington Post
Regarding the genocidal Vietnam War
when he was a hard-partying undergraduate at Yale

“I understand small business growth. I was one.”

— George W. Bush
Recovering small-business-growth
February 19, 2000
New York Daily News

G.W., the size of  a little boy, is all excited as he learns to ride a bicycle, and he's being steadied and encouraged by Dick Cheney as his proud father. The bicycle has signs on it which read 'Exxon' and 'Mobil'.

“I’ve changed my style somewhat, as you know. I’m less, I pontificate less, although it may be hard to tell it from this show. And I’m more interacting with people.”

— George W. Bush
February 13, 2000
Meet The Press

Interview on “The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer”
April 27, 2000:

Governor Bush: “I talked to my little brother, Jeb, I haven’t told this to many people. But he’s the governor of, I shouldn’t call him my little brother — my brother, Jeb, the great governor of Texas.”

Jim Lehrer: “Florida.”

Governor Bush: “Florida. The state of the Florida.”

“The only things that I can tell you is that every case I have reviewed I have been comfortable with the innocence or guilt of the person that I’ve looked at. I do not believe we’ve put a guilty... I mean innocent person to death in the state of Texas.”

— George W. Bush
June 16, 2000
All Things Considered?, NPR

“I am mindful of the difference between the executive branch and the legislative branch. I assured all four of these leaders that I know the difference, and that difference is they pass the laws and I execute them.”

— George W. Bush
December 18, 2000
Washington, D.C.

“He has certainly earned a reputation as a fantastic mayor, because the results speak for themselves. I mean, New York’s a safer place for him to be.”

— George W. Bush
May 18, 2000
“The Edge With Paula Zahn”
Speaking of fascist NYC Mayor Rudolf Giuliani

“We’re concerned about AIDS inside our White House — make no mistake about it.”

— Unpresident George “Rubber Gloves” Bush
February 7, 2001
Washington, D.C.

At the 1988 Republican Convention that nominated Gee Dubbya’s “Poppy” for President, Hartford Courant associate editor David Fink struck up a conversation with the prodigal son:

Fink: “When you’re not talking politics, what do you and [your father] talk about?”

George W.: “Pussy.”

“People constantly speak of ‘the government’ doing this or that, as they might speak of God doing it. But the government is really nothing but a group of men, and usually they are very inferior men. They may have some better man working for them, but they themselves are seldom worthy of any respect.”

— H. L. Mencken

Related sites

Supreme Court overrides US voters:
a ruling that will live in infamy


“A judge is a law student who marks his own examination papers.”

— H. L. Mencken

None Dare Call It Treason
by Vincent Bugliosi

The United States Supreme Court STOLE THE ELECTION.

In this entertainingly written — yet deadly earnest — article, legendary prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi exposes the absurd, irrational and self-contradicting arguments used by the five conservative Supreme Court Injustices — Scalia, Rehnquist, Thomas, Kennedy and O’Connor — to disenfranchise 50 million American voters.

“If there is such a thing as a judicial hell, these five Justices won’t have to worry about heating bills in their future.”

— Vincent Bugliosi

See also the book by Bugliosi:
The Betrayal of America:
How the Supreme Court Undermined the Constitution and Chose Our President

a bumper sticker that says 'Bush Cheated'.  Has an upside down American flag.

George W. Bush: president-elect or president-select?

Who Is George W. Bush?
Selected Excerpts From The U.S. And British Press

Compiled by Michel Chossudovsky
Professor of Economics, University of Ottawa

Part 1 — Excluding the African American Vote

Part 2 — Financial Scams

From the Wilderness Publications
monthly newsletter

October 1999

“Presumptive Republican nominee George W. Bush has, in his fleet of Texas State aircraft, a Beech King Air 200 that once belonged to legendary drug smuggler Barry Seal.

“The bulletproof government documentation and the on-the-record quotes show that an airplane connected to CIA covert operations, Iran-Contra financial fraud, forged documents and the legendary Southern Air Transport was operated by Barry Seal and is today frequently used by ‘W’ as he travels around on State business. The paper trail leads backwards to the sins of ‘Poppy’ Bush as the boss of Iran-Contra and forward through the sins of the son.”

— Daniel Hopsicker and Michael C. Ruppert


“Nazis in the Bush Family Tree:
Well-well-well... What do we have here?"

Author links Bush family to Nazis
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Staff Report, 11/11/00

“The president of the Florida Holocaust Museum said Saturday that George W. Bush’s grandfather derived a portion of his personal fortune through his affiliation with a Nazi-controlled bank.

“John Loftus, a former prosecutor in the Justice Department’s Nazi War Crimes Unit, said his research found that Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush, was a principal in the Union Banking Corp. in Manhattan in the late 1930s and the 1940s.

“Leading Nazi industrialists secretly owned the bank at that time, Loftus said, and were moving money into it through a second bank in Holland even after the United States declared war on Germany. The bank was liquidated in 1951, Loftus said, and Bush’s grandfather and great-grandfather received $1.5 million from the bank as part of that dissolution.

‘That’s where the Bush family fortune came from: It came from the Third Reich,’ Loftus said.”

See also the review of John Loftus’ book:
Unholy Trinity:
The Vatican, The Nazis, and The Swiss Banks

George W. Bush’s drunk driving arrest:
Revelation from the past spotlights political cynicism of the present

The Complete Bushisms - Updated frequently
by Bryan Curtis and Jacob Weisberg

Undubitably the most completest collection of blundering Bush-speak anywheres in this hemispheric neighborhood.

George W Bush -- not a crackhead!

This is the great website about which Gee Dubbya huffed:

“There ought to be limits to freedom. We’re aware of this site, and this guy is just a garbage man, that’s all he is.”

Here are a few of the bumper stickers you can get at gwbush.com:

Don't Blame Me - I voted with the majority. 'There ought to be limits on freedom' - George W. Bush, May 21, 1999 Don't Blame Me - My Vote Didn't Count.

If you can read this - you're not the president. G.W. Bush: How dumb is TOO dumb? Bush And Sons, Inc. - formerly The United States of America.

BushOnCrack.com | Pure Uncut Satire

A collection of great parodies made to look like real news articles.

George W. Bush, Jr. - The Dark Side

An extensive collection of articles and quotes, all carefully documented with sources.

“BUSHWHACKED!” — a Bush family gallery

A great collection of Bushwacky photos.

George W. Bush and the Triple Crown Dream http://www.geocities.com/alanjpakula/triplecrown.html

“With contempt for our democracy and the American people, the right-wing elite that tried to bring down Clinton have now manipulated the ‘coronation’ of George W. Bush.”

Related pages

Dan Birdbrain Quayle — Shear Exellince in Politiks

American Fascist Conservatives:
Madness Masquerading as “Morality”

Solutions: American Revolution 2 and a Humane Future of International Socialist Democracy

Thomas Jefferson Calling: The Time for Revolution is NOW
by John Kaminski


Fortunate Son:
George W. Bush and the Making of an American President
by J. H. Hatfield
Soft Skull Press; ISBN 1-887-128-75-1

bookcover has a photograph of G.W. with a very childish expression on his face as he rests his hand against his face with the tip of his little finger to his lips, looking like a baby sucking on his thumb.

Recalled by its former publisher under pressure from the Bush dynasty, this book reveals startling facts about the newly-installed President’s abuse of privilege, draft-dodging Vietnam and an arrest for cocaine possession in 1972 — as well as his family’s connection to the BCCI scandal.

From the new foreword:

“If there’s any future for American democracy, the trashing of Fortunate Son and its author will eventually stand out as an important early episode in the history of the Bush Reaction. It happened all too fast back in the fall of 1999, and then people pretty much forgot about it (which is the ways things generally happen in the culture of TV).

“However... The book is just as edifying for the painful history of its publication as it is for all that it reveals to us about our unelected President. It is a volume to keep close at hand throughout these next four years, whatever happens next, and whatever they may tell us on TV.”

— Mark Crispin Miller

The Betrayal of America:
How the Supreme Court Undermined the Constitution and Chose Our President
by Vincent Bugliosi, Molly Ivins (Foreword), Gerry Spence
Thunder’s Mouth Press/Nation Books, 2001; ISBN 1-560-25355-X

Supreme Injustice:
How the High Court Hijacked Election 2000
by Alan M. Dershowitz
Oxford University Press, 2001; ISBN 0-195-14827-4

George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography
by Webster G. Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin

A truly disturbing story which documents the Bush family’s support of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Third Reich as well as their intimate connection to the sadistic CIA from it’s founding in 1947 to the present day. Also reveals the Bush family headquarters on Jupiter Island, Florida.

The Immaculate Deception:
The Bush Crime Family Exposed
by Russell S. Bowen
America West Publishers, 1992; ISBN 0-922-35680-7

bookcover has a drawing of Bush Sr. on one side, and a photographic-negative image of the drawing on the other side.

This is perhaps the most shocking book written this century about treason committed by the highest leaders within the U.S. Government. This disturbing and thought provoking exposé, which few Americans know about, reveals the truth about the drug running carried out by the secret government. The Immaculate Deception reveals the unsavory past of George Bush and his family, detailing the unscrupulous activities in which he has been involved.

About the Author:
Russell S. Bowen is a retired U.S. Army Brigadier General who has revealed his position with the Office of Security Services (OSS) — forerunner to the CIA — and his drug running activities on behalf of the U.S. government. With this book he has courageously come forward to tell the truth about his association.

The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management
by Holly Sklar
Boston, 1980

The Fire This Time:
U.S. War Crimes in the Gulf
by Ramsey Clark

Desert Slaughter:
The Imperialist War Against Iraq
by the Workers League

Killing Hope:
U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since WWII
by William Blum

The Beast Reawakens
by Martin A. Lee

The Mass Psychology of Fascism
by Wilhelm Reich

What Uncle Sam Really Wants
by Noam Chomsky

Pirates and Emperors, Old and New:
International Terrorism in the Real World
by Noam Chomsky

Western State Terrorism
Alexander George, editor; essays by Noam Chomsky, Edward S. Herman, Gerry O’Sullivan and others

Terrorizing the Neighborhood:
American Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era
by Noam Chomsky
Pressure Drop Press, 1991

The Culture of Terrorism
by Noam Chomsky

Deadly Deceits:
My 25 years in the CIA
by Ralph W. McGehee

Blackshirts and Reds:
Rational Fascism and the Overthrow of Communism
by Michael Parenti

Saving Private Power:
The Hidden History of “The Good War”
by Michael Zezima

Market Elections:
How “Democracy” Serves the Rich
by Vince Copeland

Democracy for the Few
by Michael Parenti

Corporate Predators:
The Hunt for Mega-Profits and the Attack on Democracy
by Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman

Dying For Growth:
Global Inequality and the Health of the Poor
Edited by Jim Yong Kim, Joyce V. Millen, Alec Irwin and John Gershman

The Genocidal Democracy
by Javier Giraldo

Apocalypse 1945:
The Destruction of Dresden
by David Irving

Against Empire
by Michael Parenti

The Sword and the Dollar:
Imperialism, Revolution and the Arms Race
by Michael Parenti

The Habits of Highly Deceptive Media:
Decoding Spin and Lies in Mainstream News
by Norman Solomon

Inventing Reality:
The Politics of News Media
by Michael Parenti

The Hidden Persuaders:
What makes us buy, believe – and even vote – the way we do?
by Vance Packard

Dumbing Us Down:
The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
by John Taylor Gatto

War, Lies & Videotape:
How media monopoly stifles truth
edited by Lenora Foerstel; multiple authors

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