Ashamed To Be
An American

By Ted Lang ©2004-2005
All Rights Reserved
As we reflected in horror and with a great sadness brought on by a haunting nostalgic emptiness with the realization of the passing of our once-great nation, signified by a new threshold of unprecedented "terrorist attacks upon the US mainland on September 11, 2001, we were inspired by Lee Greenwood's now famous ode, "God Bless the USA. Its key point: we should accept defeat, pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and get back in the race; after all, we are Americans and should be proud that we enjoy the greatest freedoms in all humanity.
That hype might have worked for Americans back then, myself included; but as some of US began to question and to analyze, we arrived at irrefutable conclusions based on astonishingly strong circumstantial evidence. The Bush regime's odd behavior and its lightning scrambles to remove, hide, and cover up such evidence served to firmly back up suspicions of a series of deliberate, conspiratorial, arrangements that seem to have been perpetrated by Bush's neoconservative handlers.
Everything that could possibly have been said and written concerning the hurricane disaster just visited upon Louisiana and Mississippi already has been. It is beyond my poor power to add or detract. The miserable failings, once again, of the Bush administration, of the Congress, of FEMA, of the Corps of Engineers, and "the State in general, have been aired. No further purpose is served in discovering new creative political attacks to further criticize Bush and America's incompetent government organizations and bureaucracies.
People deserve the government they want, and most in America have supported this low class, incompetent, disastrous and secret cabal government that has brought US down.
Republican Paul Craig Roberts says it best:
"The Bush administration is damned by its gross incompetence. Bush has squandered the lives and health of thousands of people. He has run through hundreds of billions of borrowed dollars. He has lost America's reputation and its allies. With barbaric torture and destruction of our civil liberty, he has stripped America of its inherent goodness and morality. And now Bush has lost America's largest port and 25 percent of its oil supply. Why? Because Bush started a gratuitous war egged on by a claque of crazy neoconservatives who have sacrificed America's interests to their insane agenda.
Are these the things Americans should be proud of? Hardly! And NO! I am NOT proud to be an American - not any longer! If spineless, gutless, immoral and ignorant American sheeple cannot see the error of our now-Big Brother Government, they deserve a 9-11 and a New Orleans disaster on a daily basis! If they cannot or will not awaken from their stupor, than perhaps God and Bush will wipe US of the face the earth! 21st century Pearl Harbor, huh? What is needed is to rid the world of its 21st century political dinosaurs - Americans!
Imagine dead bodies in wheel chairs and rotting in the intense heat under decaying blankets. Is this a concept of America that generates envy, or the world's pity and contempt? Imagine day old babies dying and lying on the ground without an appropriate burial! Imagine the dead floating in the street while Bush and his secret cabal withhold aid for five days to teach America dependency on government. Hey America, aren't you pleased?! So what the hell is there to be proud of?
Although Joe Farah
of WorldNetDaily is loath to be identified with any particular party, his conservative tendencies align him with Bush and Republicans.
And Pat Buchanan
aligns the same way, considering he once was on the Republican ticket campaigning for president. And Roberts served as an assistant secretary of the Treasury under Republican President Ronald Reagan. And I,ve been a Republican since 1964 and voted for Bush in 2000 hoping he would help US recover from the error of big Clinton government. I,m proud I didn't vote for Bush in 2004. In fact, of all the "Republicans just cited, it is I who first suggested our nation should impeach Bush over two years ago !
How's that for punditry and vision?
Never before has the nation-cleansing act of impeachment been more important - it has now become mandatory to save our nation. But now it must be accomplished concurrent with the total and immediate withdrawal of our troops in Iraq. Of course, it is already far too late for New Orleans, Louisiana, Biloxi and Mississippi.
Impeachment and the Iraqi withdrawal are now desperately needed to prevent the very next disaster, which will be coming right up
Although Paul Williams is apparently clueless as to Dick Cheney's plan to nuke Iran in retaliation for an arranged nuclear hit on a southern city on the order of the same inside job executed with the precision demonstrated by the Bush regime on September 11, 2001, abstinence from such a repeat "drill by the Bush War Crime family will not "be an option on the table. These lunatics know no bounds. All it will take is this arranged nuclear hit, and Bush's dictatorship for life and the destruction of all America will be assured. That is the significance of Katrina.
The Bush regime simply refused to provide any modicum of relief to the hurricane victims for five full days. That's all that needs to be known to reveal the hatred and contempt Bush and his regime have for the American people. It proves they don't give a damn about the "collateral damage either here or in Iraq. These cold-blooded despicable bastards are indeed capable of unleashing yet another 9-11, and this time a nuclear one.
And no, God will NOT bless America. He will probably be real glad we,re finally off His radar screen.
Ted Lang is a political analyst and freelance writer.



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