Mr. Bush, I’m sure it wasn’t your intent but I think it’s clear that Barack Obama couldn’t have made this historic ascent to the presidency without you. Let us look at your list of accomplishments that brought Barack to this extraordinary moment.
Looking back to 2000 you smeared John McCain with such vicious and impossible lies that the man who had successfully resisted years of torture at the hands of the Vietcong was left utterly broken. The resulting Stockholm syndrome Mr. McCain suffered from rendered him a stultified shell of the independent man he once was, now agreeing with your cynical and often criminal policies 90% of the time.
Your astonishing ability to lay waste to everything you touched meant that John McCain would never be able to hide from the shame of his trauma induced complicity. McCain’s failed attempts to emulate the very dishonorable methods you vanquished him with eight years ago only served as evidence that he had tragically succumbed to your reprehensible mindset.
The outrage felt towards you and your accomplices by the American public is only rivaled by our collective shame for electing you a second term to complete your life’s contemptible master work. It is only in the election of Barack Obama that your hopes of reducing the patriotism of this nation from a flag raised by bloodied soldiers over Iow Jima to a lapel pin (made in China) has failed.
No Mr. Bush, as much as you have done to vandalize and plunder this country and everything she stands for we Americans must ironically thank you. We thank you for showing us the darkest avarice and vulgar incompetence this country is capable of. You have shown us the worst and challenged us to prove we can be better. Only from the ashes of your comprehensive and abysmal failure can someone as noble and worthy as Barack Obama rise up and bring forth the promise of hope anew. America is shattered and divided now but she will someday rise again and be far better…despite you.