Thursday, February 02, 2006


Way back when, about 230 years ago or so, a nation was formed.

America the Beautiful.

It was founded on some pretty neat ideas by some VERY smart people. They put a lot of thought into it. They knew all-too-well the dangers of giving one person too much power. Or even a small group of people. They knew that too much power tended to seriously corrupt people. That it could lead them to lie, and cheat, and steal, and even murder -- just to stay drunk on power.

So, these thoughtful people created something called The Constitution of The United States of America which outlined three separate branches of government -- to provide checks and balances on eachother.

And they also worked on putting something together called The Bill of Rights for all of the people.

In the late 1700's, after years of intense and intelligent debate, they introduced these "pieces of paper" to the world.

The Constitution and President George Washington

These "pieces of paper" were very carefully designed to establish a wise balance of power while protecting each individual's right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

They created and introduced a nation based on Freedom.

Freedom. And Truth. And Justice.

Now, was that a wonderful thing, or what?

Or... was it all just Pure Bullshit?

The Presidential Seal

"If this were a dictatorship it would be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator."
-- George W. Bush
[2000-12-18, BusinessWeek Online: 2001-07-27]

Bush Madness

"I don't give a goddamn, I'm the President and the Commander-in-Chief! Do it my way!"
-- George W. Bush

[Reportedly screamed to aides and Congressional leaders in the oval office, November 2005]
Bush Dictates
"Stop throwing the Constitution in my face! It's nothing but a goddamned piece of paper!"
-- George W. Bush

[Reportedly screamed to aides and Congressional leaders in the oval office, November 2005]
Bush Dictating

Truth in Advertising. Finally.

Truth In Advertising... Finally.

(Because The Truth Will Set You Free... Probably.)

Looking Straight Into The Camera?


B l u r b e e s H o m e P a g e

html hit counter
free hit counter