Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Bush Appoints Hate-Filled Goebbles Wannabe Tony Snow for Mouthpiece Position

By now we all know that Bush appointed Fox News guy, Tony Snow, to replace Scott McClellan as Press Secretary. McClellan was forced out of the position by the Bush administration because his mother - Carole Keeton Strayhorn - embarrassed the Bush/Cheney/GOP regime by running as an Independent for Texas goverener. But who has the last laugh?

In another “I told you so” moment, Democrats everywhere are sticking their collective tongues out and pulling their thumbs out of their collective asses to stick them in their ears and say, “AHA!” Once back in 2003 Tony Snow once said, “no sensible person supports racism” and further that racism is, “quickly becoming an ugly memory,” essentially saying that racism is a great thing and we should all support it. Mr. Snow also once made controversial comments about the holiday Kwanzaa – saying, “Isn't that that holiday invented by Ron Karenga to give a Black alternative to Christmas?” Implying that it was just made up by some guy willy-nilly because he didn't like Christmas and that there’s no African origin in the holiday, Kwanzaa. But that doesn’t come as any surprise to anyone who knew that Bush was going to appoint a mouthpiece akin to David Duke so he could further his propaganda whilst his metaphorical “Rome” burns – or floods – or melts its ice caps or drills in its wildlife refuges or any of the myriad of other disasters that Bush plans in the near future so he can distract us from the Iraq quagmire, take over the world and continue to raise oil prices and fill Haliburton’s pockets. Is it mere co-incidence that when Tony Snow was 5 years old he told his dad he wanted to be a policeman? Even then the tyke had a penchant for totalitarian authority. He most likely had dreams of pounding his kindergarten classmates of color with a nightstick and handcuffing them with FlexiCuffs while they bled to death. And rumor has it that Tony Snow once borrowed a #2 pencil from a high school classmate in 1971 and never returned it! Just another thief in the Bush administration – but thievery is their middle name, isn’t it? Bush Thievery Administration. How many lives have the Bush’s stolen needlessly in the name of Halliburton?

Before becoming Bush’s mouthpiece, he was Bush I’s first as chief speechwriter (Deputy Assistant to the President for Communications and Director of Speechwriting) and later was Deputy Assistant to the President for Media Affairs (1992-93). He has appeared on radio and television programs like The McLaughlin Group, the McNeil-Lehrer News Hour, Face The Nation and Crossfire.. Prior to the 1994 elections, Snow was the writer, correspondent and host of a PBS news special, The New Militant Center, which anticipated some of the upsets that shook the political establishment. The Democrats say he never stopped working for the Bush’s, as in 1996 he took a job with Fox News – a television network started by Rupert Murdoch with the specific intent of shoving reich-wing propaganda down the throats of Americans so that he (Rupe) can then get a kickback from the government in the form of de-regulation and a share of Halliburton profits.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good stuff. Have you considered linking back to "BlameBush"?

7:48 AM  
Blogger RR said...

I would love to link back to Blame Bush. Liberal Larry is my hero and my inspiration!

8:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you know how to? I see you haven't linked to him.

6:00 PM  
Blogger RR said...

I don't know how to and I don't know the proper etiquette. Would I ask Liberal Larry if I could link to him? I also don't have the trackbacking thing mastered. doesn't offer trackbacking pings - but maybe there's html that will alert a blogger that I've linked to him or her. I should know this stuff but I still have a ton to learn.

1:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You don't have to ask Liberal Larry for permission to link to his blog. It is usually considered a compliment when someone links to another blog, especially if they share similar views.

However, the tricky part is getting Liberal Larry, or anyone for that matter to link to you. People are more liable to link to you if you basically are helpful and give them a warm fuzzy.

1) Post good comments on his website. Preferably ones that make him laugh. ;-)

2) Send him links to articles or events that will help him come up with more comical posts of his own. For example, if you see some crazy leftwing or rightwing thing in the news, send him the info and there is a small chance he can use it to make a funny point.

3) Mention his blog in your blog and encourage people to visit his.

4) Post some of his materials on your blog and make reference to them.

The point of all of this is not to become his blog pimp or blog whore. But bloggers thive on visitors. Nothing is more depressing for a blogger than to create a blog, write what they think is a great post, and then hear nothing but the sounds of crickets chirping as they wait in vain for a response.

So if a blogger sees that someone is helping them to get more traffic, they are usually willing to return the favor.

Also, you can make some internet friends doing this too.

As far as the trackback pings, I don't know how to do that for blogger. But you can link to him right now. Do you know how to do that? You have two unused hyperlink right now in your right margin. They look like this:

Google News

Also, you want to try to encourage people who comment on your blog to come back. When you are just starting out, you will have very few commenters. Respond to their comments. Commenters are just like bloggers. They love it when they get a response to their comments. Of course, when you start to get lots and lots of comments, you will not have the ability to respond to each and every comment. But that will come later.

Keep in mind that building a loyal readership can take time. If you go to the BlameBush archives, read some of his oldest posts. You will see that he had no comments for the longest time. His fan base built up slowly. It takes time and hard work. However, in addition to working hard, you can also work smart. As they say, "Work smarter, not harder."

Good luck.

9:59 AM  

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