Arlington, Virginia - (Atrocious Mess): Clan members of a family persecuted by Ronald Reagan and George Bush Senior have met this weekend to lay flowers on the grave of a former US five star general whose 1983 US Supreme Court testimony laid bare the sinister GOP double-act as a pathetic KGB shambles.
"We've known all along that Bush Jr's illicit wiretaps have bugged us these last seven years," one family member said with glee today, "in fact, we were damned well counting on it!"
The clan's brief memorial ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery paid tribute to General 'Jack', a highly decorated war hero born one hundred years ago on 20 May 1908.
He had risked assassination via incendiary bombs and drive-by shootings to denounce Ronald Reagan in 1983 as a perverted Soviet agent, Michael Lowenstein, son of Stalin's sister by Adolf Hitler and full brother of the tribute artiste known as Queen Elizabeth II.
His accomplice, aka George Herbert Bush, was named as a Cuban KGB colonel, son of Hitler's Pope Pius XII and Violet Freeman, the tribute artiste who became Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and who was a full sister to British traitor Sir Anthony Blunt.
The General's 1983 testimony ripped to shreds a KGB plot to discredit the previous NATO military intelligence evidence of a former US soldier who had testified before the Warren Commission.
His account concerned proof of the Vatican hiring KGB minion George Bush Junior to assassinate JFK using paid accomplices John McCain and Teddy Kennedy.
The General had produced transcripts of a CIA gagging order protecting Jackie Kennedy's so-called reputation after her JFK marriage of convenience was shown up as a mercenary arrangement between Opus Dei and Black Jack Bouvier's gaming creditors.
Also produced in sworn testimony was Ronald Reagan's personal authorization to kill the Warren Commission-testifying soldier who then perished along with most of his family in an arson attack on his home a few years after JFK's death in 1963.
"What made it much, much worse was that the military witness was not only a highly-decorated war veteran but also a close relative of a very well known former Democratic US president," the General told the Supreme Court.
The papers relating to the 1983 action have been kept in a family strong room ever since, ripening nicely for an appropriate publication date "some time in 2008, maybe" according to the family's paterfamilias.
As for the descendants of General 'Jack', they too gave bided their time, held back their nausea of the Bush/Cheney dream ticket and got on with their lives.
"One hundred years sure is a long time to wait to nail the bastards," one of the family's youngest complained today, "but I'm sure glad to be around to see it happen."