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Kossacks Blame Bush for E. Coli Outbreak

Is there anything for which they don't blame Bush?


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Comments (13)

They never blame Bush for t... (Below threshold)
Red Fog:

They never blame Bush for their own yammering hysteria but, I suspect one day, one of them will and the circle jerk will be fully linked.

And oddly enough, there was... (Below threshold)
ElMondoHummus:

And oddly enough, there was actually one voice of sanity in the Kosments:

"OK, c'mon. I like to pin things on the Bush administration whenever I can, but let's try to preserve some semblance of fairness.

Poor management of the FDA did not lead to bad spinach and the first case of E. coli. The American food supply is tremendous; how do you expect any group to manage its safety perfectly and pre-emptively? It's an unfairly high bar to set.

The first case, or even the first couple of cases, could easily happen before anyone can react. Not every physician involved might have initially pointed to spinach as the source of the E. coli."

Granted, he still takes his cheap shot:
"Let's debate those points, instead of reaching for ways to criticize the administration. After all, at this point, do we even need to reach?"

... but at least the gist of the post was lucid and fair.

Hell may not have frozen over, but a polar wind just blew through.

They might be onto somethin... (Below threshold)
Old Coot:

They might be onto something...perhaps Karl Rove was flying over California and flushed the toilet at the wrong time. Next step is to appoint another Special Prosecutor to investigate this.

Old Coot: LMAO!!!... (Below threshold)
Candy:

Old Coot: LMAO!!!

Well -- the poor guy never ... (Below threshold)
starboardhelm:

Well -- the poor guy never gets blamed for anything good that happens . . .

Such as:
1) Ridding Iraq of Saddam et fils
2) Boosting a flagging economy with tax breaks
3) Ridding the world of a mess of ISLAMIC terrorists, including a good portion of Al Queda
4) Neutering Osama Bin Laden so that finding and killing him is a yawner
5) Bringing true democracy to a country that hasn't had a good, benevolent, government since the British colonial times.

I could go on and on . . .

So far no one has blamed Pr... (Below threshold)
Kay:

So far no one has blamed President Bush for the Chicago Cubs free fall this year.

As far as the falling gas prices it seems the oil companies are to blame in this election season, at least that is what the talking heads are screaming.

Anyone notice the name of t... (Below threshold)
Nahanni:

Anyone notice the name of the brand of Spinach that prompted the recall?

Natural Selection.

I am stunned...someone on a... (Below threshold)
Drew:

I am stunned...someone on a lib website posts something blaming Bush for something in which he had no connection...is this any better or worse than some consevitive blog where it is Clinton?

The trend of blaming Bush f... (Below threshold)
Mark L:

The trend of blaming Bush for anything that goes wrong has become so prevalent that in a typical FreeRepublic thread on any misfortune someone will stick in the following non-sequitur:

"Let me be the first: Bush's fault!"

Generally within the first twenty comments.

Of course on FR they don't take that seriously (or should it be seriesly?) -- they are mocking the lib tendency to knee-jerk that phrase.

Anyone who hasn't experienc... (Below threshold)

Anyone who hasn't experienced Liberal Larry's blog "Blame Bush" must get theyself over there post haste.

http://blamebush.typepad.com/

They never blame B... (Below threshold)
They never blame Bush for their own yammering hysteria but, I suspect one day, one of them will and the circle jerk will be fully linked.
A refreshing voice of sanity on the left.
Perhaps I should establish my liberal bone fides at the outset. I'd like to see taxes raised on the wealthy, drugs decriminalized and homosexuals free to marry. I also think that the Bush administration deserves most of the criticism it has received in the last six years — especially with respect to its waging of the war in Iraq, its scuttling of science and its fiscal irresponsibility.

But my correspondence with liberals has convinced me that liberalism has grown dangerously out of touch with the realities of our world — specifically with what devout Muslims actually believe about the West, about paradise and about the ultimate ascendance of their faith.

On questions of national security, I am now as wary of my fellow liberals as I am of the religious demagogues on the Christian right.

This may seem like frank acquiescence to the charge that "liberals are soft on terrorism." It is, and they are.

Granted, he still takes ... (Below threshold)
James Cloninger:

Granted, he still takes his cheap shot:

"Let's debate those points, instead of reaching for ways to criticize the administration. After all, at this point, do we even need to reach?"

They've reached so far, it's a reach-around.

(Second cheap shot, but it's funnier)

So far no one has blamed... (Below threshold)
James Cloninger:

So far no one has blamed President Bush for the Chicago Cubs free fall this year.

That's 'cause it's the joooooz fault!


/moonbat




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