Reflections on Bush: Collection from the Web
January 25, 2009, 12:48 pm
Filed under: Bush, empire, fascism, history, imperialism, interesting, Miscellaneous, news, politics, Uncategorized

9/11, two wars, Katrina: ‘We had fun’, says Bush – Guardian, UK 1/12/09

Huge Conyers report on ‘imperial’ Bush WH – Raw Story 1/14/09

Olbermann | Bush Years: 8 in 8 Minutes – TruthOut 1/18/09

Top 43 worst Bush appointees – Raw Story 1/18/09

Harper’s Index: the Bush Years – BoingBoing 1/14/09

The Onion Vs. President Bush – via Metafilter 1/19/09

President George Bush: A journey through eight years in office – Guardian, UK 1/16/09

What the Hell Just Happened? A Timeline of the Bush Years – Esquire 1/15/09

So Long Worst President Ever; 10 Reasons History Will Hang You –  Alternet 1/16/09

The Historical Mystery of Bush’s Presidency – Consortium News 1/19/09

As Americans rejoice at the arrival of Barack Obama — and the departure of George W. Bush — there remains the troubling question of how Bush’s presidency happened at all


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Bush Legacy Project

As my contribution to the ‘Bush Legacy Project’ and in the interest of Truthful and Accurate History; the 2006 book that accounts for all of George W. Bush’s mindless exploits on September 11, is now posted online for free reading.


Ron Schalow
Bull$#!@ Artist – The 9/11 Leadership Myth

BUZZFLASH REVIEW of Bullshit Artist
Bullshit Artist: The 9/11 Leadership Myth (Paperback)
by Ron Schalow


Subtitled “America was under attack for 102 minutes and for 102 minutes the president did nothing: How George W. Bush turned his pathetic performance on 9/11 into political gold,” this book certainly caught our attention.

This 312-page compilation of the Bush crew’s totally inept performance on 9/11 — including their failure to take a single action to prevent it from occurring even when warned — was fascinating even to the eyes of jaded ‘ol BuzzFlash, who monitored the news reports of 9/11 as it happened.

Part of the attraction of “Bullshit Artist: The 9/11 Leadership Myth” is that its citizen-author, Ron Schalow of North Dakota, mixes fact with sardonic commentary and a playful layout. Can it be fun finding out how the Bush Administration is incompetent? Well yeah, in a sort of “all hail to the dunce” perverse sort of way.

You realize that the mainstream media is so busy playing its role as royal court transcribers that their reporting lacks the most basic of common sense. Schalow litters “Bullshit Artist” with the basic logic of the common person — and Bush and his minions come off as something like a nefarious version of the Keystone Cops. However, after reading this book, you are left yearning for the Keystone Cops, who would have done a far better job protecting our nation and reacting to 9/11.

Frankly, until we read “Bullshit Artist,” we had forgotten how abysmally clueless the Bushevik government is. Their theme song should be “Don’t Send in the Clowns; We’re Already Here.”

Schalow’s biting, down-to-earth asides remind us that we are the sane ones — and also bring a smile to our face. Schalow confirms — by focusing on the statements by Busheviks about their actions during 9/11 and the factual admissions — that these are dolts of the most extreme variety. Their plea to the man and woman on the street appears to be, “doesn’t everyone have the right to be confused, disoriented, and unable to act?”

Basically, when you finish reading “Bullshit Artist,” you want a real common man as president — not the faux Karl Rove creation. We nominate Ron Schalow, author of “Bullshit Artist: The 9/11 Leadership Myth.” Because when you apply common sense to what happened surrounding 9/11, the “common man myth” of George W. Bush turns into fairy dust. He’s just a smirking fool whose family name was used to put him in a position of power several thousand of times beyond his ability.

And, as a result, every life in the United States has been put in jeopardy.


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