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Pres George W Bushs objectives have grown into the worlds greatest enslavers of human minds but thats not the point of this letter The point is that I dont know how Pres Bush can be so odious I begin with critical semantic clarifications First Pres Bush might take credit for others accomplishments as soon as our backs are turned What are we to do then Place blinders over our eyes and hope we dont see the horrible outcome His position that we should all bear the brunt of his actions is based upon a specious argument without any substantive basis The denial of this fact only proves the effrontery and also the stupidity of the worst classes of primitive low-lifes there are No matter what he thinks he owns drawers and boxes full of legal documents which he is convinced prove his position Of course this sounds simple but in reality the real issue is simple It requires surprisingly little imagination to envision a future in which Pres Bush is free to bribe the parasitic with the earnings of the productive It must be nice to live in his little world where the sun shines the birds chirp merrily and reality never rears its ugly head So dont feed me any phony baloney about how he can walk on water Thats just not true Far be it for me to stand in the way of progress Pres Bush presents himself as a disinterested classicist lamenting the infusion of politically motivated methods of pedagogy and analysis into higher education He is eloquent in his denunciation of modern scholarship claiming it favors irascible detestable-types And here we have the ultimate irony because I dont believe that if he kicks us in the teeth well then lick his toes and beg for another kick So when Pres Bush says that thats what I believe I see how little he understands my position The practical struggle which
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