Thursday, October 06, 2005

Season of Fear



Watching the Bush cabal implode over the past few weeks has given me an immense amount of satisfaction, a gleeful, delicious schadenfreude. And it looks like I'll have more and more moments of pure joy as indictments and defeats continue to mount.

So why am I so frightened?

Maybe it's because I know how a terrified, desperate animal acts when it's cornered. And as the noose tightens around the criminals in this particular syndicate, I wonder -- with trepidation -- about their reaction.



They know one strategy works for them when all else fails.

Fear.





With Bush floating trial balloons about militarizing the U.S. in response to an outbreak of avian flu, the likelihood that antiwar protesters were dosed with a biowarfare agent, and the addition of pre-emptive nuclear strikes to official Pentagon policy. . .



Anyone who isn't terrified clearly isn't paying attention.

1 Comments:

Blogger robmcj said...

Very good (and worrying). Nice photos too.

2:07 AM  

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