Saturday, September 29, 2007

Presidential Musings, Part Two

On the off-chance that anyone thought I was overstating the pure, malignant evil of corpse-humping Republican rent-boy Rudy Giuliani, I thought I'd take a look at his recent pronouncements.

Continuing his scab-scratching exploitation of the 9/11 attacks, the hideous Draculoid slaphead stated that, for him, "every day is an anniversary of September 11th."

The mind boggles at the perpetual grief and rage America's Mayortm must feel upon rising in the morning - presumably, before he slips on his velour slippers, Rudy bows his head as a mark of respect for the dead.

Suitably chastened by the suffering of the victims, he is then ready to spend the remainder of the day maniacally bum-raping their memory in exhange for bundles of cold, hard cash.

Later, as ring-leader of the hysterical, sanctimonious circle-jerk caused by Iranian shithead Mahmoud Ahmedinejad's visit to New York, Rudy noted that...

"...Assisting Ahmadinejad in touring Ground Zero - hallowed ground for all Americans - is outrageous."

All of which is rather amusing, since Ahmadinejad is really an Iranian Giuliani, prepared to blow whole herds of goats for the slightest political advantage. Rudy, however, would never miss the opportunity to pose as the valiant defender of the victims of 9/11 while skullfucking the survivors and rescue workers by ignoring their medical ailments.

Which brings me to the question I wanted to ask - how does ground become hallowed?

Well, should Rudy stumble past this page while looking for brave survivors to leg-hump, I'd like to make a business proposition - I've had a great idea for a entrepreneurial venture.


Come on, Rudy - you know it makes sense!

With the magical power of your bloodsucking shamelessness and my inspirational designs, together we'll corner the market in mawkish Jihadsploitation.

Update!: For anyone who thinks I'm being too harsh, I notice that one of Rudy's fundraising chums has provided a wonderfully symbolic microcosm of the Giuliani campaign...

"Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani has been criticised over a fundraising party at which participants are being urged to donate $9.11..."


*Up next, Hillary - America's neo-Nixon-in-waiting.

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