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Thursday, May 13, 2004

Karen Hughes, disturbing bitch

several excerpts from Salon show the true nature of the psychopathic liar, who some might think is a little closer to Bush than Laura. They probably haven't had sex, as usually thought of, but the gruesome twosome are certainly joined via several other orifices. Read the article (yes, you can click through a 30 second ad if you don't subscribe to Salon) for more. | One minute from abnormal:

"The first time I noticed an indication of a radio frequency bouncing between the brains of Bush and Hughes was during Gov. Bush's initial State of the State speech in Texas. Still a simple press hack, Hughes did not take to the riser in the Texas House of Representatives, instead standing off to the side, behind the shiny brass railing rimming the chamber's floor.

"Look at Karen," I said, nudging a colleague.

"Oh, my God. You've got to be kidding me."

As Gov. Bush read the text of his speech from a teleprompter, his communications director was silently mouthing the words along with him. The synchronized delivery suggested a parent sitting in the audience of an elementary school pageant while mouthing forgotten lines as her child stood dumbstruck onstage.

"Do you suppose she has any idea how odd that looks?" my friend asked."
....In the ensuing years of Bush's political development, Hughes was spotted many times as she pursed her lips and moved her jaws to each word her employer was stammering in the front of the room. After a while, those of us in the traveling press corps became so accustomed to her mannerisms that we were no longer amazed.

During an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN, Hughes appeared to compare pro-choice supporters to terrorists, then later denied precisely what she had said.

"And President Bush has worked to say, let's be reasonable, let's work to value life, let's try to reduce the number of abortions, let's increase adoptions," she told Blitzer. "And I think those are the kind of policies that the American people can support, particularly at a time when we're facing an enemy, and really the fundamental difference between us and the terror network we fight is that we value every life. It's the founding conviction of our country, that we're endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights, the right to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Unfortunately our enemies in the terror network, as we're seeing repeatedly in the headlines these days, don't value any life, not even the innocent and not even their own."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't even know who Karen Hughes was until I saw her interviewed after one of Bush's embarrassing debate performances. She ignored each of the questions posed to her, and repsonded instead with a whole load of B.S. that in no way even came close to answering the question. On top of that, what she said about Bush's performance and statements was a total fabrication. Karen tried to reframe everything that Bush had said, and said things like "the American people know what they saw tonight, and that was Bush clearly taking the debate". She told people what they had seen, which was different from what they had actually seen.

Like the rest of Bush's administration, Karen Hughes is a first class liar. She's a real mean, agressive bitch, too, and makes my gaydar go off the scale. Another Mary Cheney closet lesbian sell-out? I wouldn't be surprised, as so many other members of Bush's circle are sellouts to their own race/sex/religion/orientation.

4:10 PM, July 22, 2005


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