JERUSALEM (CNN) -- The war of words between United States and Tehran continued Wednesday, with President Bush repeating his assertion that Iran is "a threat to world peace."
Maybe they are. Maybe they aren’t.
But you know the last time President Bush asserted someone was a threat to world peace?
THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. I appreciate our Secretary of State coming by to brief the Vice President and me and Condoleezza Rice about our progress in working with the United Nations, convincing the United Nations Security Council to firmly deal with a threat to world peace.
That was right before he sent an un-Constitutional resolution to Congress to enable him to start the Iraq War.
He laid out his full justification for his assertion that Iraq was a threat to world peace here.
And none of it was true.
I think someone also ought to say: that's a fucking awesome way to start your historic mid-east peace initiative! Go to Jerusalem--in the one non-Muslim country in the entire region--and denounce another Muslim country as a threat to world peace.
There's over a billion Muslims in the world. Most of them reside in the mid-east.
That's just got to look fantastic to them.
Bush's mid-east peace initiative just ended the same day he tried to start it. It went about as well as every other stupid thing he's done since he forced his imbecilic self upon the Great American People.
It's almost mind-numbing that, even though he's become a figure of international scorn and derision without any power or influence in his own country, he still has the unstoppable Iron Will to wreak havoc among thoughtful peoples everywhere and the shameless, unthinking sociopathology to say anything, regardless of the truth, to achieve a goal that ultimately even he doesn't know the value or purpose of.
His entire presidency is a failure. Not just an ordinary failure--a Jimmy Carter type, where a guy tried the best he could, but he just wasn't cut out for the job he found himself in.
Bush's failure is historical. It's monumental. Not only wasn't the guy up to the task, but he didn't even try as best he could. He was inadequate--mentally, morally, and emotionally. He didn't have the work ethic--again, Bill Clinton, for all his faults, was getting a blow job, eating a pizza, and talking to a Senator about legislation all at the same time. That's a President working for the American people.
Bush? He was trying to beat Reagan's record for most vacation days while in office.
And Reagan was twenty years older than Bush.
And his mind was going.
Bush is mean, and lazy, and stupid, and he squandered seven years of our collective lives doing nothing but trying to bask in the Greatness that he always suspected he deserved, despite the lifelong evidence to the contrary.
And now, we get down to the wire. And it's become apparent that he was never the guy with the bullhorn, standing on the smoking pile of rubble even when he was the guy standing on the smoking pile of rubble with the bullhorn, and it's too late to do anything truly meaningful for the American people or with his smoking rubble of a presidency...
And all his little rat like brain can think of is "One more war! Maybe if I can have one more war, that goes better than the two I fucked up, history will remember me as the Great Commander In Chief I really am!"
Dear Congress, reign this turkey in. Let's wrap this loser up.