December 2nd, 2008

A year ago, George W. Bush was told about the current economic/mortgage crisis. He was given details as to how experts thought it would play out. Doom and gloom crushing the economic welfare of the American people and the markets who invested in credit derivatives.

What did he do?

Absolutely nothing. He paid no attention to it whatsoever. How can you do that? How can you hear about a crises that threatens the immediate solvency of America and do nothing about it? That’s nuts. And more than just insane, its dereliction of duty.

Bush can be brought up on charges of dereliction of duty. He had orders , issued him by the Constitution, to safeguard America’s welfare at home and abroad. While 10 billion bucks a month goes down the rat hole called Iraq, the financial stability of the United States hangs precariously off the nose of Thomas Jefferson on Mount Rushmore. Bush could have made things easier, putting together teams of economic know-it-all’s before dollars and cents became worthless. But he didn’t. He just sat there with his shoes up on top of his desk in the Oval office, going over specs for a new building on his spread in Crawford Texas.

If I captain a submarine and something happens, such as ramming a Japanese trawler, I lose my commission and sit at a desk for the remainder of my Naval career. Shouldn’t the President be punished as well for his dereliction of duty? If I fall asleep on guard at my post, and one hundred guys are killed because of my dereliction of duty, you can bet your ass I’ll be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

Thought needs to be given to keeping George in Washington, in a federal detention center, until all these charges can be resolved by Congress. And rather than give him time to serve, the thing that would punish this clown most effectively might be a fine in the billions.

That’s right. Billions. Hit the rich in the wallet and watch them wince. It would be nice to see that expression on Bush instead of that insolent smirk plastered on his puss as he pummeled the prospects for the good life so many of us were working so hard to achieve.

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