Washington (IP) - I.P. Investigative reporter Poindexter Finootch was allowed a rare one on one interview with G.W. Bush today and what he learned from the President has far reaching implications for the middle class.
Mr. Finootch was told that the President's main goal is the complete elimination of the middle class. The President revealed that the benefit of the Bill of Rights and the Constitution in general should only be enjoyed by those who have earned it by rising to the top. The rest of the population's purpose is to work and to serve those at the top of the Darwinian pyramid. Bush said that this is the mandate of natural law and used the working structure of a bee hive as an analogy in order to get his point across.
Mr. Bush said that this is the will of none other than God himself and that this is spelled out in the New Testament where it states that we must render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's. Mr. Bush also stated that the patrician attitudes shared by himself with those leaders who ruled the Roman empire are applicable to the relationship between the ruling class and members of the underclass which populate the military. These people are expendable and must be prepared to sacrifice not only their lives but also their health and financial welfare. This also was offered as an explanation why Bush has never attended the funerals of any of the G.I.'s who have lost their lives in Iraq and elsewhere during his administration. This is also why he has allowed veterans benefits to be cut and why military paychecks arrive late leading to foreclosures among those serving in the military.
Mr. Bush stated that the growing prison population is good for business and that prisoners provide a cheap source of labor. Also fitting into this scheme is corporate downsizing and outsourcing and the rising cost of insurance, prescriptions, fuel, and just about everything else that would benefit the merger of state and corporate power. He says we no longer live in a republic nor a democracy and that corporatism would more accurately describe the state of the state.