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A Message To The Ignorant Fools Who Support G.Bush

LANGUAGE WARNING: This article has strong uncensored language and attitude, and is not altogether tolerant. However it is an example of an new genre in terms of reaction to the Bush election victory among some Democrat voters. See also… http://www.fuckthesouth.com/ for a similar take on the election.

A Message To The Ignorant Fools Who Support George W. Bush


By Steven A. Hass
From: http://www.newzmaniac.com/opinion9.html

I'm tired of everyone tripping over themselves to speak as politely as possible about you people. I understand that those of us who write articles and publish websites are supposed to maintain a certain air of politeness, in order to preserve the credibility of our message, but I've had enough of that idea when it comes to you. In a nutshell, you are the dumbest group of people I've ever seen. You display the most mindless, simple, and gullible attributes of any group I've ever had the displeasure of knowing. In my opinion, you people are an embarrassment to this country, and an embarrassment to those of us who are capable of forming an opinion by the use of critical thought, reason, and common sense, none of which you have.

Since I'm writing this to the dumbest group of people alive, I feel like I should be writing it with a big jumbo crayon and drawing lots of pictures, so your simple minds can process the message. If I knew how to use Macromedia, I'd just go ahead and make a fun little cartoon video for you, rather than counting on you to be able to read and digest the English language. The really sad part of your existence is that you don't even know how ignorant you really are. That's really scraping the bottom of the proverbial barrel, when you're ignorant of your ignorance. I guess that makes you doubly ignorant. Life must be total bliss for you.

What really pisses me off is how you get that "deer in the headlights" look when the rest of us are trying desperately to educate you. When we've graciously presented you with a mountain of facts, you choose instead to bury your head deeply up your ass. What the hell is that supposed to do? We've tried to see things from your point of view, but we couldn't get our heads that far up our asses. How can such a large group of people be so afraid of facing the truth? The truth isn't scary. Well, by now it's probably scary, since you've been so easy to snowball for so long and you're so far behind in learning the truth. You have a long way to go to erase all the fairy tales that you've fallen for, and you know what? I'm tired of wasting my time and energy on you.

I shouldn't say that I'm pissed off about your idiocy, because that attitude is really starting to fade for me. It's beginning to change into a sort of "humorously entertained by you people" kind of thing. It's painfully obvious that we've done just about all that we can do to educate you, and you still don't have a clue, and you probably never will. These days, for me anyway, it's almost funny to watch how easily you're misled by George W. Bush. If it closes by saying "I'm George W. Bush, and I approved this message", you don't even give it a second thought. To you, that ending alone makes it gospel. Rather than letting myself lose any more sleep over your simpleness, I see the humor in it, and I pity you.

The only thing I can come up with to explain your baffling behavior is that maybe you actually do know that you've been supreme suckers for so long, and by now you're too embarrassed to admit it, so you just let it ride. Now that I put that down on paper, it sounds even more plausible. But the truth is that I just don't care anymore about the "why" of your ignorance. You're ignorant, period. You're idiots, period. You're amazingly gullible, period. As Walter Cronkite used to say, "....and that's the way it is", so why fight it any longer?

Rather than wasting another breath trying to open your eyes, I'm going to put my energy into reclaiming this country. No, I'm not going to fight to reclaim it for fools like you - I'm doing it for those of us who deserve what this country used to be before your hero shit on it. You do deserve some kind of country of your own, I suppose, so why not move the whole herd of you over to Iraq, where you can enjoy your hero's brand of freedom and democracy? Talk nice to me, and maybe I'll let you have my Army flak jacket. Then again, maybe not.

Okay, I'm done even thinking about you now. You go ahead and just keep waving your flags and your bibles, and calling yourselves patriots. Truth be told, you're actually pretty funny to watch. The hard part is that the rest of the world thinks you represent all of us. It's bad enough when we have to share the title "American" with an undeserving crowd like you, but we have to endure the world's ridicule, too, because of you. That sucks for the rest of us. It sucks......and you suck.

I'm Newzmaniac.com, and I approved this message.

ENDS

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