Friday, November 2, 2007

Bush to Nation: "To protect our liberties, we must give up our freedoms"

President Bush speech to the Heritage Foundation on 11/01/2007

"Today I've come to talk to you about the war on Americans at home and Muslims abroad and my firm commitment that we'll do everything in our power to shred the Bill of Rights at home and shred Muslims overseas and my call on the United States Congress to rubber stamp any piece of phony 'war on terror' legislation i send to that bunch so we can finish turning America into a police state."

"This is no time for Congress to weaken the Department of Justice by denying it a hand picked lackey who will kowtow to my every dream and perversion. ... It's no time for Congress to weaken our ability to intercept information from Americans about their questioning of the totalitarian, fascist state that I and HRM Dick Cheney have worked so hard to implement."
"And this is no time for Congress to hold back vital funding for our troops as they blow to bits and pieces civilians, especially women and kids in Afghanistan and Iraq."

"The current debate over the Iraq war and my terror methods harkens back to debates decades ago in Washington when Adolph Hitler began moves to establish an "Aryan superstate" in Germany."
"Hell" Bush said, "I should know. My grandaddy, Prescott Bush, helped fund Adolph even after we put an embargo on helping Hitler, but we're talking business here and it's no time for some namby-pamby liberals to be griping about some spilled milk... Or in this case, blood."

"Now we're at the start of a new century, and the same debate is once again unfolding, this time regarding my Israel First Policy in the Middle East," Bush said. "Once again, voices in Washington are arguing that the watchword of the policy should be placing America's concerns first and foremost. And I say, not on my watch." (Sounds of applause)
"This summer, Congress passed the Rape America Act, which strengthened our ability to listen in on every phone call placed and every email sent in America and this good law closed a dangerous gap in our intelligence. And if anyone should know what it is to lack intelligence, it would be me."

"Unfortunately, they made this law effective for only six months. The problem is that aLCIA-duh doesn't operate on a six-month timetable. (Laughter.) And if Congress doesn't act soon, the law will expire -- and the gap in our intelligence will reopen, and the United States of America will be at risk from another MOSSAD attack, carried out with the able assistance of my Veep and the CIA."

"We must keep my intelligence gap firmly closed. What the booze and cocaine didn't take care of in my brain, my corrupted DNA did, thanks to generations of inbreeding, but hey, marrying one's cousin means you're royalty."

"If Americans are communicating with each other and are plotting to vote Independent, we need to know what they're planning. (Applause.) We must ensure that the protections intended for the white, wealthy and connected are not extended to your average American, who is plotting to vote against us in 2008. And we must grant liability protection to companies who are facing multibillion-dollar lawsuits because they broke numerous federal, state and local statutes, all in their slavish desire to kiss up to power."

"They must not be punished for helping me and Dick shatter the Bill of Rights." (Applause)

"Congress is also stalling on the emergency war supplemental bill to fund our corporations, like KBR and Lockheed on the front lines in New York and Chicago. This crucial bill includes lavish amounts of money, some of which can be used to provide kickbacks to the members of Congress who voted for this abomination.
We must not rest, nor cease out efforts to loot, pillage and plunder as much of the National Treasury before I leave office." (Standing Ovation)

"Congress also needs to pass and send to me for signing the 'Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act.'
This vital act will allow my jack booted goons in the F.B.I., TSA, NSA and any other of the 37 national intelligence agencies to start hunting for "evil doers" where they lurk, on the Internet.
For too long, Americans have thought they have a right to free speech and have been using that to castigate, demean and actually try to go against my and Dick's policies of Empire.
And I say to you today this is going to stop! We will no longer tolerate geeks, hiding behind keyboards, who think they have the same rights as people like me and Daddy Bush.
These "evil doers" must be stopped and this bill would do the trick. Within 24 hours of passage, Dick has assured me the Internet could be hampered and slowed down to the point of being worthless for exchanging free thoughts and ideas."

"Americans need to understand that we hate their freedoms. So, in order to lower the revolutionary discussions being held on the Internet, we must take action NOW to suppress this vital freedom Americans think is enshrined in the Bill of Rights.
Passing this bill will mean protecting our liberties, by giving up our freedoms. (Hearty Applause)

"We are standing with those who yearn for liberty -- in the boardrooms of the Fortune 500. The liberty to sell shoddy, overpriced products. The liberty to avoid paying taxes on corporate wealth. And the liberty to pay substandard wages to Americans to help protect these vital corporate profits.
This is written by the Almighty. I know that for a fact, because God talks to me on a daily basis."

"The lessons of the past have taught us that liberty, in the hands of the rabble, is dangerous. This is the true threat facing America today.
Why, look at what happened to the French royalty when the peasants got fed up with not being fed. We cannot risk having the people actually think they are in charge. They say they have no bread to eat, I say let them eat lead."(Standing Ovation)

"I believe 50 years from now the dictator in charge of America will be speaking to Heritage and saying, thank God that generation that wrote the first chapter on tyranny and injustice in the 21st century understood the power of fascism to bring terror into the hearts of every man, women and child in this country. And to keep the Bush family in the seats of power for generations to come." (Thunderous Applause)

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