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The warning's for the faint at heart who dare not jump below into OPEN SEASON ON THE FUCKTARDS.  Yes, the very same FUCKTARDS who, during the last 8 years, began a preemptive war against another sovereign nation based on lies; espoused and preached holier than thou, moralistic, divisive, hypocritical bullcrap; ran our country's economy (and the world's) into the ground; and, shredded our Constitution to the point we barely recognize it.  Those are only a few of the ways FUCKTARDS have royally fucked us over the last 8 years.  

Well, it's pay back time.  It's time to give them all a ROYAL FAREWELL and good riddance in true Kossack fashion.  We've been waiting a LONG TIME for this.  So what do you say?  Let's declare OPEN SEASON on our favorite FUCKTARDS.  Any FUCKTARDS you want!  Let's whoop it up and jump for a mojo jam...  


UPDATED by Sally in SF:  Title revised.

UPDATED by Sally in SF 6:06PM - Thanks for the recs!


~ It's OPEN SEASON on any FUCKTARD of your choice.  Any issue, the media, talking heads, pundits, news shows, or any pet peeve related to FUCKTARDS or an issue all constitute FUCKTARDS. Anything goes as far as FUCKTARDS are concerned.

~ Pictures, graphics, videos encouraged (sorry dial-upers).  If you put something up, expect people to 'borrow' it.  That would probably be mostly me  ;-)

~ Rant to your heart's content.  Let it all hang out.  This is OPEN SEASON ON THE FUCKTARDS after all.  If you find bad language offensive, you may not belong here, as much as I'd like you to stay in the mojo jam  ;-)

~ Please give mojo to everyone if you post.  Hell, even if you don't post, give mojo.  That's what this diary is all about - relieving all that pent up fustration from 8 years of sheer hell delivered by the FUCKTARDS while we all earn lots of mojo.  And while we rack up all that mojo giving a ROYAL FAREWELL to the FUCKTARDS, we can bask in the glory of a NEW DAY DAWNING for America and the world.

And with that, OPEN SEASON ON THE FUCKTARDS has officially begun!


I fucking LOATH George W. Bush.  I always have and I always will.  In my eyes, there's NO REDEMPTION for a man who could care less about what's good for our country.  In fact, during his entire 8 years in office, all he did was give a BIG

to the world.

Because of his 8 torturous years (pardon the pun) in office

So, I'm declaring OPEN SEASON on the world's premier FUCKTARD - George W. Bush, the man I love to hate.  

For my ROYAL FAREWELL to the world's premier FUCKTARD, I present only some of the many grievous things Georgie Boy and his cronies er flunkies er administration have carried out during these last 8 years.

{Note: all emphasis in this dairy is mine.}  

We'll begin where the real trouble started - right after 9/11 and all the lies that led up to invading Iraq.

The Iraq War, sometimes called The Second Gulf War,[29] is an ongoing conflict which began with a United States-led 20 March 2003 invasion of Iraq.

The main rationale for the Iraq War offered by U.S. President George W. Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and supporters in the Republican and Democratic parties in the US, was that Iraq was developing weapons of mass destruction. These weapons, it was argued, posed a threat[30] to the United States, its allies and interests. In George W. Bush's 2003 State of the Union Address, he claimed that the U.S. could not wait until the threat from Saddam Hussein became imminent.[31][32] After the invasion, however, no evidence was found of such weapons. To support the war, other U.S. officials cited claims of Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda connection. Yet others pointed to human rights abuse in Saddam Hussein's Iraq and the need to establish democracy in Iraq as reason for the war. They have also claimed that the economic importance of Iraq's oil supply limited non-military options. Many critics of the war have alleged that this was a primary reason for the invasion.[33]

The war began in March 2003, when a largely British and American force supported by small contingents from Australia, Denmark and Poland invaded Iraq. The invasion soon led to the defeat and flight of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. The U.S.-led coalition occupied Iraq and attempted to establish a new democratic government; however it failed to restore order in Iraq. The unrest led to asymmetric warfare with the Iraqi insurgency, civil war between Sunni and Shia Iraqis and al-Qaeda operations in Iraq.[34][35] As a result of this failure to restore order, a growing number of coalition nations have withdrawn troops from Iraq.[36] The causes and consequences of the war remain extremely controversial.[16][37][25]

Yup, Georgie Boy got blood on his hands.

For what?

'Some people' say Georgie Boy just wanted to do what his Daddy didn't do when he was prez.

But it turns out Bushbaby had even more blood on his hands as revelations about Abu Ghraib surface in 2004.  

Investigation of Intelligence Activities
At Abu Ghraib
(warning - PDF)


Clearly abuses occurred at the prison at Abu Ghraib. There is no single, simple explanation for why this abuse at Abu Ghraib happened. The primary causes are misconduct (ranging from inhumane to sadistic) by a small group of morally corrupt soldiers and civilians, a lack of discipline on the part of the leaders and Soldiers of the 205th MI BDE and a failure or lack of leadership by multiple echelons within CJTF-7.  Contributing factors can be traced to issues affecting Command and Control, Doctrine, Training, and the experience of the Soldiers we asked to perform this vital mission.

For purposes of this report, abuse is defined as treatment of detainees that violated U.S. criminal law or international law or treatment that was inhumane or coercive without lawful justification. Whether the Soldier or contractor knew, at the time of the acts, that the conduct violated any law or standard, is not an element of the definition.

The abuses at Abu Ghraib primarily fall into two categories: a) intentional violent or sexual abuse and, b) abusive actions taken based on misinterpretations or confusion regarding law or policy.

LTG Jones found that while senior level officers did not commit the abuse at Abu Ghraib they did bear responsibility for lack of oversight of the facility, failing to respond in a timely manner to the reports from the International Committee of the Red Cross and for issuing policy memos that failed to provide clear, consistent guidance for execution at the tactical level.

MG Fay has found that from 25 July 2003 to 6 February 2004, twenty-seven 205MI BDE Personnel allegedly requested, encouraged, condoned or solicited MilitaryPolice (MP) personnel to abuse detainees and/or participated in detainee abuse and/orviolated established interrogation procedures and applicable laws and regulations during interrogation operations at Abu Ghraib.

Most, though not all, of the violent or sexual abuses occurred separately from scheduled interrogations and did not focus on persons held for intelligence purposes. No policy, directive or doctrine directly or indirectly caused violent or sexual abuse. In these cases, Soldiers knew they were violating the approved techniques and procedures.

Back on the home front, we discover Bushbaby has been busy extending his contempt for the rule of law into our own civil liberties.

December 20, 2005 | With the revelation of domestic spying by the National Security agency, the message transmitted by the Bush White House is crystal clear: When the president decides existing law is insufficient to protect Americans, he'll move ahead on his own and do whatever he deems necessary in the war on terror.

Bush is defiantly battling critics, insisting that his decision to conduct warrantless wiretaps on hundreds of people inside the United States, including American citizens, was necessary and fully consistent with the Constitution and federal law. Neither claim stands up to scrutiny. The president acted unnecessarily and, more significantly, in direct violation of a criminal law.

The secret spying program was said to be necessary because getting court approval under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is too time-consuming. That position is difficult to accept: Warrants requested under FISA can be approved in a matter of hours, and the statute allows the government in emergency situations to put a wiretap in place immediately and then seek court approval later, within 72 hours. But the true reason behind the administration's position is less difficult to decode -- the desire to circumvent a key limitation of FISA. Despite the statute's breadth, it permits wiretaps only on agents of foreign powers, and would not have permitted them on persons not directly connected to al-Qaida. Apparently seeking to cast a much wider net after 9/11, the president simply ignored the law and unilaterally -- and secretly -- authorized warrantless wiretaps on Americans.

Meanwhile, as the heat from Abu Ghraib intensifies and calls for Rummy's head on a platter increase, Bushbaby morphs into The Decider as he responds to calls for Rummy's head.  

WASHINGTON (CNN) Tuesday, April 18, 2006
-- President Bush sharply defended Donald Rumsfeld on Tuesday, saying the embattled Pentagon chief is doing a "fine job" despite calls for his resignation from six retired military generals.

"I hear the voices, and I read the front page, and I know the speculation. But I'm the decider, and I decide what is best. And what's best is for Don Rumsfeld to remain as the secretary of defense."

WOW!  What a difference a few months can make.  Right before the November '06 elections, The Decider decides that Rummy's time had come to an end.

Donald Henry Rumsfeldresigned his position of Secretary of the U.S. Department of Defense on November 8, 2006. Rumsfeld served during both the first and second George W. Bush administrations. Like his former second in charge Paul Dundes Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld is a neo-conservative.

So life is good (or so we think) when the Democrats take the majority in both houses of Congress in the November elections, which many believed and the media reported to be a mandate to END THE WAR and BRING OUR TROOPS HOME.

United States general elections, 2006

The 2006 United States midterm elections were held on Tuesday, November 7 2006. All United States House of Representatives seats and one third of the United States Senate seats were contested in this election, as well as 36 state governorships, many state legislatures, four territorial legislatures and many state and local races. The election resulted in a sweeping victory for the Democratic Party which captured the House of Representatives, the Senate, and a majority of governorships and state legislatures from the Republican Party.

Nancy Pelosi wields the Speaker's gavel on her first day in office

Incoming senators join Democratic leader Harry M. Reid and Democratic Senate campaign chief Charles E. Schumer.

Well darn it, I'm really sorry, but the errors just keep on coming.  And just when you're beginning to think that maybe, maybe(?), you've seen and heard it all.

Bush Commutes Libby's Prison Sentence
Tuesday, July 3, 2007

President Bush commuted the sentence of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby yesterday, sparing Vice President Cheney's former chief of staff 2 1/2 years in prison after a federal appeals court had refused to let Libby remain free while he appeals his conviction for lying to federal investigators.


The president announced his decision in a written statement that laid out the factors he had weighed. Bush said he decided to "respect" the jury's verdict that Libby was guilty of four felonies for lying about his role in the leak of a covert CIA officer's identity. But the president said Libby's "exceptional public service" and prior lack of a criminal record led him to conclude that the 30-month sentence handed down by a judge last month was "excessive."

The president noted that he had promised before not to intervene until Libby had exhausted his appeals. But he stepped in short of that point. "With the denial of bail being upheld and incarceration imminent," Bush said, "I believe it is now important to react to that decision."

But wait.  

Remember this?  WTF?

The dismissal of U.S. Attorneys  controversy is an ongoing political dispute initiated by the unprecedented dismissal of seven United States Attorneys by the George W. Bush administration's Department of Justice (DOJ) on December 7, 2006, and their replacement by interim appointees under provisions of the 2005 Patriot Act reauthorization.[1][2][3][4] The dismissed U.S. Attorneys had all been appointed by President Bush and confirmed by the Senate, more than four years earlier.[5][6] Other attorneys were similarly dismissed in 2005-2006; at least 26 U.S. Attorneys had been under consideration for dismissal during this time period.[7][8][9] The controversy began in Congress in January 2007 and by March 2007 was receiving attention nationwide. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has stated that the U.S. Attorneys "serve at the pleasure of the president" and described the affair as "an overblown personnel matter."

Photo -- Gonzales:  "I would never, ever make a change in a United States attorney position for political reasons." / By Peter Newcomb, Reuters)

Yeah, it was such "an overblown personnel matter" that six months later, on August 27, 2007, Gonzo follows in Rummy's footsteps and resigns.

In Waco, President Bush said he had accepted the resignation reluctantly. He praised his old friend as "a man of integrity, decency and principle" and complained of the "months of unfair treatment" that preceded the resignation.

"It’s sad," Mr. Bush said, asserting that Mr. Gonzales’s name had been "dragged through the mud for political reasons."

OMFG.  Man of integrity, decency and principle? From one FUCKTARD to another FUCKTARD, heh?

But you know, 6 months prior to Gonzo's resignation, something happened in Chicago that would alter the political landscape dramatically, some believing for a long time to come.


A NEW HOPE found root in a weary America tired of the fear tactics waged for the last 8 years, tired of the endless beat of war drums, tired of the lies and deceit permeating everything Georgie Boy did and tired of the callous disregard for most of humanity.

Now I knew full well that Georgie Boy was still very dangerous and capable of doing great harm before he left office, but as the primaries evolved and headed down the home stretch to the general election, I didn't give a shit about George W. Bush anymore.  He became nothing in my eyes and for all intent and purposes, he ceased to exist.  It was BUH-BYE Georgie Boy.

Farewell, so long, good riddance.  I redirected my hate and utter disdain of George W. Bush and everything he represented toward making sure another republican would not move into the WH on January 20, 2009.

I lived and breathed everything that was 'the election.' When Senator Obama became President Elect Barack Obama and George W. Bush became irrelevant, Obama made history and the world rejoiced. Obama made history many of us never believed we'd see in our life time.  As a baby boomer, I certainly never thought I'd live to see an African American become President.

I think many of us felt like this

while some are still thinking

Some people from history past might be thinking and feeling this way right now...

But oh happy days!  Just think, in less than 2 months, we are rid of the FUCKTARDS responsible for the fucked up mess this country is in!  We will be celebrating our victory  

and looking forward to

 So George W. Bush/Georgie Boy/BushBaby whatever, this is for you.  I just can't tell you enough how thrilled I am you're days are numbered and how much I hope you fade into oblivion never to be seen again.  

And oh BTW, and the horse you rode in on.  Hope you have lots of bush brush to destroy in Texas.

Originally posted to Sally in SF on Sat Dec 06, 2008 at 05:03 PM PST.

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