Saturday, March 12, 2005

She's b-a-a-a-a-c-k! 

Yes, Bush has lured yet another one of his female enablers out of "retirement" (as if she was ever) and back into the W√ęst Wing: Karen Hughes. Ostenibly, she's going to be working on "public diplomacy." Which is certainly a weird use of her time, since Bush is tanking on His Social Security phase-out, not our image abroad (as if they cared). Oh, wait, maybe they're just lying about her job description. Anyhow:

Hughes, 48, who has been one of President Bush's closest advisers since his tenure as Texas governor, plans to return to Washington soon to rejoin the president's team after a three-year absence and set up shop at the State Department, where she will work with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to reinvigorate the campaign for hearts and minds overseas.

The public diplomacy campaign aims to promote American values of democracy, tolerance and pluralism abroad while combating negative images propagated in many parts of the world.
(via WaPo)

Oh, come on.

All over the world, people are going the refer this one, instantly, to The Department of How Stupid Do They Think We Are?

Sweet suffering Jeebus. What does Bush know about democracy, after stealing election 2000 and suppressing the vote in 2004?

And what does Bubble Boy know about tolerance and pluralism? Or care? Nothing, and not at all. Think back to campaign 2004:

Here's Bush smirking while a protester gets beaten up by thugs at a Partei rally (back).

Here's Bush saying and doing nothing while the beating goes on:

Since He does and says nothing, it's OK with Him, right?

Those photos and this slideshow tell the world all it needs to know about the Bush administration's commitment to tolerance and pluralism.

As if Abu Ghraib didn't do that already.

Funny how the malAdministration thinks all of its problems are public relations problems, isn't it?

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