Electric Kool-Aid Bush trip

"Does it get any stranger than this? I hope not because 7 a.m. is just too early for an acid trip. But that’s how I felt this morning as my still groggy mind collided with headlines like these: 'Bush Says Vietnam Must Respect Human Rights,'" writes Stephen Pizzo. "So, let me try to get my brain around that one... Here’s this guy who runs a country ten thousands miles away, where just 35 years ago the government he was visited [by] yesterday was defoliating jungles, napalming civilians... having to sit there a[nd] listen to lectures on human rights from the latest president of that country who is now running... off-shore torture camps [and] killing civilians in another country thousands of miles away while restricting freedoms at home. I got it. Makes perfect sense, [I] suppose, if you’re on the right drugs." Other headlines are similarly savaged... (News For Real)

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