February 23, 2012

George W. Bush: Once a serial killer…

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — Jane Stillwater @ 12:35 pm

My friend JoAnn recently e-mailed me some unbelievably grim statistics — and also a question. “There are currently two million orphans in Afghanistan, as well as five million orphans in Iraq. How many years of war does it take to produce that many orphans?”, and

And speaking of orphans, I’m currently reading a murder mystery about serial killers — wherein the author states that once someone becomes a serial killer, that person pretty much stays on this particular chosen career path for the rest of his life. And this rather grim concept immediately got me to thinking about George W. Bush, a man who could never resist killing people. Is he too still up to his old tricks? Or has he finally reformed? I wonder.

According an extremely “softball” interview with Bush in AARP magazine last year, GWB is now just a well-meaning average guy with a big smile, innocently puttering around in his garden.;andstart/0/filter/:/:/;andstart/0/filter/:/:/;andstart/0/filter/:/:/;andstart/0/filter/:/:/.html

Yeah right.

GWB is just your smiling average guy — with just one small exception. Bush is personally responsible (along with his smiling father, Pappy’s smiling friends and George’s smiling successors) for creating SEVEN MILLION orphans in Afghanistan and Iraq. And that’s not even counting all the orphans that he (and Pappy Bush, Slick Willie, Dick Cheney and Barak Obama) have paid others create in Palestine, Lebanon, Libya, Syria, etc. — not to mention the rest of the world.

I immediately canceled my subscription to AARP.

But my question about this particular serial killer still remains. What, exactly, is GWB up to these days? Is he really trying to resist the temptation to go out and create even more orphans? Or is he now finally able to rest comfortably — knowing that his successor is still keeping up that fast-track scheme of orphan-creation for him.

Perhaps even at this very moment, our George is happily thinking to himself as he sings in the shower, “Iran has WMDs too. We really do need to bomb Iran and create even more orphans. Guess I’d better give Barry a call.”

PS: And what about all the orphans that Bush, his colleagues and successors are happily creating here in America too?

PPS: And this is still my favorite bumper-sticker: “Imagine a world where EVERY child is wanted, nurtured, protected and loved: World Peace in one generation!”



  1. I seem to recall a Right Wing alternative to the AARP. Seems they thought the AARP too “leftist”.

    Comment by db — February 23, 2012 @ 6:30 pm

  2. Ugly and disturbing stats, Jane. Just two things: 1.) the only person Junior spared the death penalty as Gov. of Texas was serial killer Henry Lee Lucas while he let inmates with much less evidence against them go to their deaths; 2.) William Novelli, the director of AARP from 2001 to 2009, was formerly with Porter Novelli PR and Marketing that had a long list of Big Pharma clients, and he worked as a GOP operative, as well. The AARP had long been a thorn in the GOP side, so they got rid of it by sneaking in their quisling Novelli who basically defanged the organization. You can read more about the dastardly Novelli at DU. (For some reason the link isn’t coming through. Just Google Kelley Kramer Info on William D. Novelli at Democratic Underground. I think you’ll find it interesting.)

    Comment by RS Janes — February 23, 2012 @ 6:40 pm

  3. Of course. Like calls to like. Thanks for the info.

    Comment by Jane Stillwater — March 2, 2012 @ 2:24 pm

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