With all the destruction man has wrought on the environment since he first crawled out of his primordial goo, it's nice to see Mother Nature even the score every once in a while. When that infernal bridge collapsed yesterday, it was as if the Mighty Mississippi had finally cast off the steel shackles that had enslaved her and was at last free to flow unobstructed by man's technological wizardry. It was a shame that so many innocents had to die for the river to gain her freedom, but the blame for their tragic deaths lies solely on Bush's shoulders.
It seems that when the neocons built the bridge as a way to encourage driving and thus line the pockets of their Big Oil buddies, they failed to notice that there was a river passing beneath it - a healthy, vibrant river thriving with thousands of teeny tiny fishies, each as alive and as deserving of human rights as the river itself. Now, all those innocent fishies are dead, buried under tons of concrete, steel, and human bodies.
We must not let Bush's slaughter of these poor fishies go unpunished. A congressional investigation must be launched immediately to determine how long there was a fish-murdering bridge on the river, and why Bush never did anything to stop it. His personal physician, his proctologist, and his 4th grade teacher must all be called to testify before Congress as to their involvement in Bush's twisted scheme. The Shrub will probably cry "executive privilege", but this may be the only way we can ever get answers as to why their was a bridge on this particular river in the first place, and if there are other bridges out there lurking in the shadows, patiently waiting for another chance to strike.