"Thank you for bravely serving our country during Vietnam," one zombie said.
"How does it feel to be so loved all around the world?" asked another.
That's how it goes at these cheesy "Ask President Bush" lovefests he throws at all his campaign stops. You won't hear anyone asking Shrubya how it feels to be the greatest mass murderer since Ronald Reagan, or why he sat and stared at the wall for twenty minutes while New York burned.
The GOP is so desperate to conceal the fact that the whole world hates Bush, they've starting staging phony campaign rallies and packing them full of hired stooges. Only die-hard, kool-aid drinking cons are permitted inside these bogus events, while anyone with a dissenting opinion and a sack full of feces is turned away at the door. Dashikis are searched. "Bush = Hitler" signs are confiscated. Intrusive questions are asked, like "Why are you completely naked and drenched with ketchup?" and "Are you out of your f*cking mind?" It's all a concerted effort too keep real Americans out and weirdo right-wingers in.
A call to Washington State GOP Reichsführer Chris Vance was met with the following rude response:
"Perhaps when you learn to behave like rational, responsible adults, you'll get to sit at the big table with the grown-ups."
The nazi hung up before I could scream "FASCIST!" and blast my airhorn into the phone.
Just another example of Bush's relentless shredding of the Constitution. But we don't have to sit still for it. I encourage all progressive-thinking Americans to converge on New York City and show these jackbooted nabobs that we won't tolerate their constant subversion of our first amendment rights. If we roll enough cars, smash enough windows, and loot enough Nike Towns, they'll realize we mean business and ease up with the fascist police state tactics.
Then we'll see who gets to sit at their big grown up table.