Gore trumps Carter with 'unprecedented, sustained campaign of mass deception' Bush taunt

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Wednesday, 23 May 2007

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Gore: 'The GOP has engaged in an unprecedented and sustained campaign of mass deception'

Washington DC - (Ass Mess): Following Jimmy Carter's statement last weekend that George Bush is the worst US President ever it's now Al Gore's turn to remind the world what the vast majority of non-US oil and arms industry-pimping people think of the White House Butcher of Baghdad.

In his new book 'An Assault of Treason' Gore says that the GOP 'has engaged in an unprecedented and sustained campaign of mass deception'.

Pandering to the very fears and insecurities that it consistently engendered into its rabid homophobic, racist, gun-slinging, superstition-peddling customer base, it used decades of planted psychotic client-dictators in oil-rich, democracy-poor hotspots to terrify US voters.

As a PR diversion from warmongering, a smokescreen of domestic faith-based initiatives was nothing less than cunning determination to get away with destroying the US Constitution - while hiding behind a zealous exterior sanitising a campaign to impose dictatorship by stealth on the American people.

"Sure Saddam sucked. The GOP ensured that thirty years ago when they paid him to wage war against the Old Shah of Persia.

"But the Bush kleptocracy doesn't do negotiation. It suffocates, without being able to spill the blood of US soldiers.

"It's the only thing that makes it look good: presiding over the ceremonials when the stars and stripes-draped coffins return home for burial.

"Their greatest regret was that Democrats were in charge of annihilating Hitler, and not the GOP.

"Inventing a foreign horror to wage war at was always their ambition when they couldn't trump FDR and Harry S Truman.

"And inflicting 9/11? Just the icing on the cake - the yellowcake that was force-fed to the masses like the two fish and five loaves in a Biblical story.

"The prosecution rests."

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