Nobody Wins: As I was listening to President Bush's farewell speech to the nation tonight, I couldn't help thinking that it was simply the saddest speech I had ever witnessed, because the man is sad, I mean that...he's been depressed and practically unable to lead anything since 9/11.
That's just my Nobody's Opinion.
All those famous bloopers that he made every single day, were not all from his 'low' IQ and inability to speak clearly, as all liberals would want you to believe, but from, I believe, a devastating depression. And if my guess is right, and that's true, he has probably been on some anti-depression medication like Zoloft for quite some time.
How would I know? I actually was put on the stuff once for two days. It numbs your mind, so that you can't think at all. So, you don't feel depressed, but you're also in slow motion, and literally lose the ability to form relevant thoughts. How many times have we seen President Bush be completely out-to-lunch?
Too many times to count.
To me, that would explain why he sat in front of that grade school class with that dumb look on his face for so long on 9/11, upon hearing the news of our attacks. He actually wasn't thinking much of anything, because you see, those medications affect your frontal cortex, where all analytical thinking is done. It slows down everything...almost time itself. It took a while for George to register the information he just heard...like jump-starting a battery.
Add the fact that there is strong evidence that he and Laura's marriage has been out-the-door for quite a while now. I wouldn't doubt if she is already in another happy relationship. He has been mentioning Laura much too much, as if HE knows that OTHERS suspect their marriage is gone. So he must keep the history clean. "I'm not looking forward to her cooking." (Hee-hee)
Really, what a stupid statement. That's a statement from a man who doesn't live with his wife. Some men actually do fall apart when they lose their mate, and I think President Bush is one of them.
Now, there are great men that have suffered from severe depressions and still go on to rule with clarity..Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln, both John Adams and his son JQA.
Oppenheimer suffered from it, but it didn't stop him from working.
But that was before they had Prozac, and Zoloft. Even though these men suffered greatly from clinical depressions (Churchill called it his black dogs) they also were not drugged with these advanced medications, (because they were not on the market yet) and they also had great support systems in their wives. (Okay, Lincoln's wife also suffered from them, but he had he cabinet of buddies.)
They also didn't have CNN, FOX, and billions of Muslims wanting to kill them, and their families. They didn't have the worry of nuclear bombs wiping out the whole country. They didn't have to listen to the opposition political party side with the enemy, every hour of every minute of every day.
Daddy Bush didn't have 150 channels of vicious Democrats. Forget talk radio, that's nothing compared to the vast liberal attack machines that are in place now.
And something tells me that President Bush, outside his family, doesn't have many friends.
Historians keep these facts very quiet, because depressions are considered a form of mental illness, and nothing is worse than thinking that your leader isn't quite up to par, especially in wartime. Look how they covered up FDR's being a cripple, and JFK being on drugs?
And while so many have spent their lives vilifying Dick Cheney as Darth Vader, we may never know just how much Dick took up the slack. If he was the real ruler behind President Bush, as all the liberals claim he was, then maybe, we should all be thankful Dick had "our" backs, so to speak. That would certainly explain what has happened in so many cases. Bob Woodruff=ruff should maybe think about this.
Yes, the speech tonight was almost surreal. I thought it was really funny when he said that the people "choose" the next President. In this, we are an example to the rest of the world.
Come on. The American people have no choice at all in whose running, that's determined by who's got the most money, and the powerful moneyed lobbyists that give that money.
In Obama's case the big money came from the man who gets a kick out of destroying countries...George Soros, with millions of contributions from foreign countries.
John McCain, to anyone watching, was hand-picked to lose. It was all one big television entertaining scam, to make us think that WE picked the first Black President, who, once in power, picked his hated rivals to run the whole government.
So we are giving choices that most of us don't want. Both the Clinton's and the Bushes have done nothing but represent, not only foreign countries, but their own families and fortunes and friends. And now, we have a Congress of mostly criminals, who live above the law, as do all our Presidents.
Tonight he spoke of how wonderful the American people are: How we can stand up under any hardship...boy, they are really testing us now.
One thing was clear, I don't think that sadness we've been witnessing for so many years is just the breakup of his marriage...you can see it in his eyes.
And on that point, I WILL reserve my opinions, because I don't want to get too depressed right now. I threw my Zoloft down the toilet many, many moons ago.
Too bad President Bush didn't do the same.
NOTE: Of course I have no idea if President Bush is on some kind of medication...I just can't think of any other reason how one man could be so....out-of-touch. We still have our minds, thank goodness to speculate all options...for now, as well we should.
It's only smart to consider, what they are planning for us...and so far, it's not been good at all.