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Tuesday, 22 May 2007

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Lame duck President Bush says he still defends "that stupid Republican fascist crook" Alberto Gonzales as he admitted that Democrats in Congress who are seeking a no-confidence vote are simply "doing the right thing."

Bush ignored concerns from his own Republicans as well as Democrats that the chief US law enforcement officer was an incompetent nazi bozo, saying "well, I am one also. Quack!"

He said, "Gonzo has my confidence. I trust all the dumb twats in my Administration like him, including myself. He has done everything wrong even though he was only following Rove's orders. Oink!"

Senate Democrats had announced plans to vote on a resolution of no confidence in Gonzales shortly.

Gonzales is the target of widening congressional investigations into the firing last year of nine of the 93 US attorneys for sleezy political reasons on the orders of Bush's brain, Karl Rove.

Bush accepted those charges, saying: "I frankly view what's taking place in Washington today as pure political theater, and I am the main puppet with the oil industry, the Pentagon and AIPAC pulling my strings."

"And it is the kind of political theater that causes the American people to lose confidence in how Washington operates," Bush added at a joint news conference at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, with NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer.

Bush and Jaap were conferring on the best ways to kill more innocent civilians in Afghanistan in that corrupt oil war based on lies and deceit, just like the war in Iraq.

Like Paul Wolfowitz, the attorney general has said he intends to remain as long as he believes he can "be effective in serving the political needs of those idiots Bush and Rove."

"America needs an attorney general who acts in an impartial, judicious, non-partisan and Constitutional fashion, and who isn't a hoodlum and a fascist like that POS Gonzales," Democratic Adam Schiff said. "OMG, all these Republican jerk-offs have simply got to go. WTF!"

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