The truth, hard as it is to accept, is that Bush is an Iranian agent.
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8 Responses:

  1. loosechanj says:

    Now that is some good shit.

  2. bdu says:

    "And I would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for those meddling leftists!"

  3. jabber says:


  4. aprilized says:

    Shape-shifting lizard alien... Iranian mole... it's all the same really. He's exactly what we want him to be. Some nuts out there think he might even be this leader who cares about them and wants them to be happy.

    • ctudball says:

      I don't think anyone really believes that.

      • susano_otter says:

        Either he's human, or he's not human...


        Anyway, if he's human, then he must have the same innate human capacity to care that all humans have. At which point, it's just as likely that he cares about me as it is that I care about him. It's just as likely as you wanting Jamie to be happy, or Jamie wanting his customers to be happy.

        As an alternative, you could argue that humans have no innate capacity to care, but that would be self-defeating. If humans aren't supposed to care, then only an idiot would complain about Bush not caring. Also, if that's your argument, then I really have no interest in discussing things with you, since you're already convinced that being an jerk is a totally acceptable and naturally healthy state for you to be in. I mean, who wants to argue with a jerk who has "nature made me this way!" for an excuse?


        Sorry about the straw man. I guess you could argue that Bush has demonstrated by his actions that he's not one of the caring human types (and it's obvious the planet is infested with many of those). But given the massive amounts of filtration between his heartfelt desires and our experience of his actions, can we really safely assert that he does not care? Could it not be just as likely that he cares, but sucks at showing it? Or that he cares, but that his actions are constrained by circumstances beyond his control? Or that he cares, and acts accordingly, but the actions are misrepresented or misinterpreted by those at some far remove from the context in which the actions take place?

        Could it not be that he cares and wants us to be happy, but lives in the same imperfect world as the rest of us, where all our actions fall short of our best intentions?

        The DNA Lounge hasn't worked out as well as Jamie originally hoped. Can we conclude from this that Jamie never really wanted the club to work out at all?