Thursday, February 23, 2006


Well the latest defense/attack strategy of the Bush Cultists who are defending the UAE port deal is that people who don't like it are "racist." Hmmm.

Which means that people like Bill O'Reilly are in effect calling people like Michelle Malkin, who wrote "In Defense of Internment," racist.

Delicious, delicious irony. It's like the chocolate mousse of irony. Sweet and creamy and chocolatey.

It's funny because the Bush Cultists are trying to ignore the fact that people on the right also oppose this deal. They are trying to squeeze their eyes shut really tight and convince themselves that this is just traitorous Commies and their George-Clooney-loving friends in the traitorous mainstream media. But it's not. It's Bill Frist and it's Peter King. It's Lindsay Graham and Sean Hannity. And it's Michelle Malkin. Open your eyes, cult members. You can handle it.

There's nothing better than the rare sight of people on the right tearing each other apart, hammer and tongs. Because when they turn their guns on each other, only little gobbets of flesh are left. You always hurt the ones you love.


Mary said...

You are a racist!

Thomas More said...

Wow - that was fast. As is often the case with my commenters here, you've proved my point well, Red. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

"Bill Clinton, former US president, advised top officials from Dubai two weeks ago on how to address growing US concerns over the acquisition of five US container terminals by DP World. It came even as his wife, Senator Hillary Clinton, was leading efforts to derail the deal."

Delicious. Sometimes you do hurt the ones you love.

So does this mean Sean Hannity and Michelle Malkin, et. al, aren't Bush Blowjobbers anymore? Can you have it both ways? Well, I suppose you'll find a way. Is Bill Clinton becoming a Bush cultist? Ooh, you're right, this is gooey goodness.

Thomas More said...

You also forgot to mention that Jimmy Carter supports the deal, too. But I'll beat you to it.

This could be an example of the breakdown of the Bush Frat, after one too many coeds have been raped at beer bashes. Who knows. When William F. Buckley says we've lost in Iraq, all bets are off.

That said, there has always been a "Bush isn't right-wing enough" contingent, Michelle Malkin being a perfect example. She'd love nothing more than having all the Mexicans and Muslims locked away from civilized society. Hell, the woman's political hero is Joe McCarthy.

When the right's most visible spokesperson is Ann Coulter, I don't think I have anything to apologize for in the realm of civilized debate.