Kitty Kelly on Georgie Porgie

Kittly Kelly's new book will be out soon on the leader of the free world...

From Indymedia article: (external - login to view)

Some cases Kelley is able to make:

*George Bush has started drinking again. His history includes cocaine use at Camp David, by eyewitness account, which is even more dangerous to the republic. Bush has never admitted this, but Kelley has enough details to be convincing.

*Laura Bush has gotten a free ride from the media, but a covered-up wreck that killed a boy in Texas and past drug use can change that, once Kelley brings out the details.

*Bush associates (as verified on the political site (external - login to view)) have noticed his increasingly erratic behavior, including open swearing by a man who wears his religion on his sleeve and all over his wardrobe.

*George Bush now fits the bill on all 13 characteristics on the Hare Psychopathy Checklist. He also is known to have had Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD, since childhood.

*George and Laura are on the rocks. He has broken his promise to stay off the sauce. He drug her into his family obligation to acquire power, against her will, and now that has led to a quest for world domination -- well beyond the expectations of a middle-class librarian from the smoggy oilfields of Midland, Texas.

*The Bush daughters are out of control. Even while working on his campaign from a suburban Virginia office, they are drinking practically all night long. Secret Service agents are finding them a more difficult assignment than protecting the president.

*Bush's conservative base, especially the domestic oil interests, are revolting, and not in the way you Liberals think. Texas loyalists who put Dubya and Poppy in high office, like Jimmy Allison, the Hearst of Texas, have been insulted and frozen out, and they are mad as heck. The Texas oil people are not people to be trifled with. They know that ol' Dubya is betraying them to return to the Bushes' first loyalty: to the Harriman and Rockefeller families of New York.

*Kitty Kelley has a large number of details that point to an abortion for a Bush girlfriend in the past. Presto! He's Hypocrite-in-Chief, even to conservatives.

*The Bush campaign has been based on discrediting the military service of John Kerry (even though Bush passed altogether on Vietnam), but his grandfather, Prescott Bush, practically invented fake medals! The family had Prescott's World War I exploits plastered on the front page of a Columbus, Ohio, newspaper -- including a claim that he earned the highest medal from three governments. It had to be retracted when the family admitted Captain Prescott had not even come under fire! Is Kelley's reporting of "three generations" ancient history? Perhaps, but if the Bush campaign goes back two wars, Kitty might as well go back a few more.

*Kitty Kelley details many people done dirty by the Bushes over many years. There are many axes to grind and many chickens to come home for dinner.

*Government insiders can sink any presidency any day of any year by leaks, disinformation, and sheer power. Dubya's underlings are ready to pull the plug and jump ship. Colin Powell will not be in the next Bush administration.

*George Bush is being told that the national budget and trade deficits are not sustainable and (by advisor Matt Simmons) that the world is running out of energy. Bush knows when world oil production will peak.. He's just not telling. As the energy goes, so goes the economy. It won't be long until "Bushvilles" join the national lexicon alongside "Hoovervilles." It won't happen until after the election of 2004 -- Bush can manage that.

*George Bush does not handle stress well -- lots of details on that. He is becoming as unglued as a cardboard house in a cloudburst.

*Kitty Kelley was paid $4 million to write "The Family." This is one thing she won't tell. It is a political hit piece, bought and paid for by Doubleday publishers but underwritten by Bush enemies. They have indemnified Doubleday, though it's unnecessary since the book will sell a million copies. The Bush-betrayed will see that the word gets out. Over and above all of this, the book is well documented, thorough, and thoroughly convincing.

*George Bush has personally alienated the political head of every country in the world, including Britain's Tony Blair. All of them hope against hope for his defeat in the election. A big question is how long many of these leaders, especially Vladimir Putin, will keep fronting for Bush.

*The Bush family is basically a crime family, an Anglo version of the Gambinos or the Sopranos, but with the Army for "muscle." Follow the money, as the research arm of Kitty Kelley & Co. has, and you will see who is pulling Bush's strings. He is not your president but merely the front man for those padding his bank accounts.

*George Bush and other members of his administration will probably be indicted, if not tried, for crimes for blowing the cover of CIA operative Valerie Plame, wife of Ambassador Joe Wilson. The criminal investigation is under way and it will lead straight to the Oval Office.
Haggis McBagpipe
I'm sure looking forward to reading Kelley's book on Bush. A lot of people hate Kelley, but can rarely refute the facts she digs up on the celebrities she writes about. This book looks like another winner, and it will be available at Costco. Good timing on publication, I might add!
Whoops! Did I say leader of the "FREE" world?

My mistake. I'm sorry.
While we are on Bush... he never ceases to impress me, er... amaze me.

David Rubenstein, co-founder and Managing Director of The Carlyle Group, the "world's largest private equity firm," recently recounted his first meeting the current president and Bush's days on the Carlyle board in a speech to the Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association...

But when we were putting the board together, somebody [Fred Malek - G.H.W. Bush crony] came to me and said, look there is a guy who would like to be on the board. He's kind of down on his luck a bit. [i.e. loser] Needs a job. Needs a board position. Needs some board positions. Could you put him on the board? Pay him a salary and he'll be a good board member and be a loyal vote for the management and so forth.

I said well we're not usually in that business. But okay, let me meet the guy. I met the guy. I said I don't think he adds that much value. We'll put him on the board because - you know - we'll do a favor for this guy; he's done a favor for us.

We put him on the board and [he] spent three years. Came to all the meetings. Told a lot of jokes. Not that many clean ones. And after a while I kind of said to him, after about three years - you know, I'm not sure this is really for you. Maybe you should do something else. Because I don't think you're adding that much value to the board. You don't know that much about the company.

He said, well I think I'm getting out of this business anyway. And I don't really like it that much. So I'm probably going to resign from the board.

And I said, thanks - didn't think I'd ever see him again. His name is George W. Bush. He became President of the United States. So you know if you said to me, name 25 million people who would maybe be President of the United States, he wouldn't have been in that category. So you never know. Anyway, I haven't been invited to the White House for any things.

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