I wasn't just blowing smoke out of my ass when I made that little quip about the left thinking a vote for bush is vote for rape. And hey, it's not just the FAR left because Atrios is repeating this mantra and everyone knows that Atrios doesn't represent the moonbats, right?
Anyhow, this guy has the whole scoop
for you. Here's the choice bits.
Clever title! We Are All Wearing The Blue Dress Now
bq. The United States cannot simultaneously stand against depraved sexual torture and the wanton abuse of human rights, while electing the commander in chief upon whose watch these events occurred. The seven hundred thousand or so viewers of Fox News may be able to rationalize such cognitive dissonance; the six billion people who make up the remainder of the world will not.
bq. The election will determine whether America can ever again be seen as a shining city on a hill, a beacon of hope and freedom the illuminates the entire globe. Sadly, the election of George Bush will mean that the United States will instead be viewed as a rat hole prison in Iraq, where nude prisoners were bound together, tortured with hot chemicals, and beaten to death.
Ok America, you know what to do.
Wait? Do you?
Because now I'm wondering if a vote for John Kerry is a vote in favor of Vietnam war crimes and atrocities.
Hmmm...if you voted for Clinton did you vote in favor of extra marital affairs and the bombing of the WTC, the USS Cole, et al?
Yes, this is a stain on America right now. So go ahead and think of America as the big blue dress.
But guess what? That's what they have dry cleaners for. I think our president deserves the chance to show that he can clean this mess up. There are a million dresses in America's closets and I sincerely believe that we'll end up wearing the one that fits right. You know, the one that makes your ass look small and your tits look big and everyone looks at you and says, hot damn. I want to be in that dress.
I'm voting for the dry cleaner guy.