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Thu Jan 12, 2006

Bush Drinking Again? I'll have another WMD highball.

Huh. Here's a nice theme. Bush. On. Drugs. Er, Drink. Could it be?

It is my belief that President George W. Bush is drinking again. Even worse, he may be mixing alcohol and anti-depressants -- a dangerous combination for anyone, let alone the so-called leader of the free world. [...]

I've run across a lot of relapsed drinkers who show the same symptoms as the President, including:

* Blacking out while watching television alone;
* Slurred speech and stammering responses to simple questions;
* Anger and hostility in front of staff members;
* Unexplained bruises on his face;
* Trouble remembering recent events or comments.

Yes, there's alot of conjecture here. But the "dry drunk" theory does make sense, accounting for shrubs extended absences, verbal flubs, irritable behaviour, pretzel choking, narcisissm, Bible thumping absolutism.

Because after all this wedding video from 1992 shows, he's definitely not drunk at all here 6 years after he gave alcohol up after his 40th birthday in 1986. No way. He jibes the newlyweds for no drinking or smoking while taking slugs of *brown kool aid* is actually just a show of well developed sense of irony.

He reminds me of the total alcoholic living underneath in the floor under my room in the rooming house next to Johns Grocery in Iowa City who used to place those little evangelical chick pamphlets in the shared bathroom, stare at people, and inevitably have a 3 day long alcoholic binge every couple weeks, wanting to party, falling down, and then going in hiding.

Another from 'Capitol Blue' last year (no I checked it wasn't April fools) on the theme of anti-depressants:

The prescription drugs, administered by Col. Richard J. Tubb, the White House physician, can impair the President's mental faculties and decrease both his physical capabilities and his ability to respond to a crisis, administration aides admit privately.

It's a double-edged sword,¯ says one aide. We can't have him flying off the handle at the slightest provocation but we also need a President who is alert mentally.

Tubb prescribed the anti-depressants after a clearly-upset Bush stormed off stage on July 8, refusing to answer reporters' questions about his relationship with indicted Enron executive Kenneth J. Lay.

Keep those motherfuckers away from me, he screamed at an aide backstage. If you can't, I'll find someone who can.

Multiple federal agents having direct knowledge and access to Bush's medical records say the President has switched from using Ritalin to taking Prozac while also succumbing to periodic alcoholic binges which have led to tirades and explosive personal conduct among White House aides, absent required random drug testing of all public employees and elected officials.

Federal law enforcement agents have at different times witnessed President Bush doing lines of cocaine in the early morning hours at the White House and drinking straight shots of whiskey in the evening hours on other occasions, according to U.S. intelligence sources who confirm multiple stories appearing in the tabloid press which say the First Lady is assigned to "keep an eye on him."¯
that from here.

Coming back to this year, and the one terrorist named Luis Posada:

How did a judge's decision not to deport the terrorist Luis Posada Carriles to Venezuela connect to the report that George W. Bush has again hit the bottle?

The answer begins in the fact the Bush never entered a recovery program for his alcohol and drug addiction, which he supposedly gave up at age 40 while jogging. God talked to him, or Jesus or some envoy.

later.. and moving on to the next grotesque sideshow.

...according to the The National Enquire ("Bush's Booze Crisis," Sept. 21), Laura Bush caught George throwing down a drink at his Crawford ranch. Drinking began after aides informed him of the Hurricane Katrina disaster and FEMA's failure to deal with the aftermath.

Laughing about the source? Before the "respectable" press got wind of it, The Enquirer revealed Rush Limbaugh's oxycontin habit ("Limbaugh Caught in Drug Ring," Oct. 2, 2003).[/url]

I don't know, maybe a little drinking would loosen him up, allow him to tell the truth - as whenhe actually took a question from a unscreened audience after a press conference - in which the question 'how many Iraqis have died? was asked" and he actually answered with IraqBodyCount's average of 30,000.

So here's another Bush Quote - actually one that I wholeheartedly agree with:

"The United States makes no distinction between those who commit acts of terror and those who support and harbor them, because they're equally as guilty of murder. Any government that chooses to be an ally of terror has also chosen to be an enemy of civilization. And the civilized world must hold those regimes to account" (Speech to the National Endowment for Democracy, Oct 6, 2005).

Ok, What about Luis Posada, who escaped prison in Venezuela, committed a whole bunch of other "really bad things with bombs" (uh, like blowing up a plane full of people), in fact bragged about a bomb that went off on a Cuban street it to a NY Times reporter (among a long long list of other things listed here at the GWU archives) then got caught brazenly entering the U.S. seeking asylum while Venezuela is asking for his extradition for killing their citizens aboard that flight?

At his Texas trial, the White House and Homeland Security collaborated with Posada by failing to counter his lawyer's virtually unsupported claim that Venezuela would torture him. Indeed, the State department's most recent report exempted Venezuela from the list of states that practice torture.

Must be hard staying sober and covering up for Daddy. Tack the Secrecy thing onto the above list of alcoholic traits.

Who knows, Even if they aren't boozing it up, they are sure acting like it. And that's uh, irresponsible. Yeah.

Here's a picture of Orlando Bosch - just because, damnit.

Moral Citizen: evil-barry on Jan 12, 06 | 6:18 pm | Profile

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