Thursday, January 15, 2009

The savior of the environment

I was driving into work today (January 15) and turned on the radio, the Diane Rehm Show on NPR. The program was about President Bush's legacy. Well, we've been hearing a lot lately about how Bush and his minions have been desperately trying to spin, frame, and fantasize how Little George has been a good, even exceptional, president. This show dealt specifically with his legacy with the environment.

I didn't catch the name of the first guest, who immediately came across as a Bush apologist. But it quickly devolved into something much worse. According to this guy, Bush was the most environment-friendly president since Theodore Roosevelt. This led me to wonder, "What the fuck planet did this fool come from?" Well, his origin could not be disputed, but I am left to ponder, how do these morons travel through space all the way from the Bizarro world? I'm not kidding--listening to him describe George W. Bush's actions with regard to the environment was like hearing everything arsey-tersy, left is right, in is out. Rehm asked him about a couple instances where Bush clearly abused the environment and misused science to justify doing so. The miserable little toady tried to turn the questions around to blame others, all the while insisting that Bush has been the Mother Teresa of the Environment. I cannot understand why Rehm did not finally tell him he was an ass-kissing, lying pile of dog shit. You can hear it all here.

Upon checking the NPR Web page, I learned the execrable twit was James Connaughton, Chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality. Oh well, then; a professional Bizarro.

Hello for now!

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