Coup beans
Posted by aogSaturday, 28 July 2007 at 09:00 TrackBack Ping URL

That reminds me, I need to start promoting my own conspiracy theory based on this post at the Daily Duck about some screed on how we have to impeach President Bush right now or it’ll be coup time.

My conspiracy theory is that Bush is, as he is often portrayed, a moron run by a sinister cabal of Halliburtonists. The entire impeachment push isn’t to stop the coup, it is the coup. Bush has served his purpose in getting elected and then being used to put Halliburtonists in key positions. Now he’s an impediment. What the cabal wants is Bush out of the way, which puts Cheney in charge. Before Cheney can be impeached, martial law will be declared and the coup implemented, while the people are distracted and partying from the joy of being out from under the fascist Bush regime.

Even better, by secreting creating the impeachment groundswell while pretending to oppose it, the cabal gets a three-fer

  1. Bush is removed.
  2. Their opponents take the political heat from the effort.
  3. The leaders of any opposition to the Halliburtonist rule are identified by their actions during the impeachment run up and proceedings so that the KILLITARY trained thugs (created by the Rumsfeld / Cheney military restructuring) can take them out quickly before they can get organized.

End result, the loyal dissenters pay the price to put Darth Vader Dick Cheney and his Halliburtonist cabal in power! Would could be more pleasing to those beings of Pure Evil?

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erp Saturday, 28 July 2007 at 10:04

Impeachment proceedings should be started ASAP. The public is tiring of / has tired of Gore, Moore, Bushitler, Shias and Sunnis (I can never remember which ones we like), making the world safe for Islamic terrorists, Hillary et al. Even the comic relief of Paris Hilton and the Beckman’s don’t hold our attention for the requisite 15 minutes anymore and our local liberal rag is reduced to printing blaring front page headlines on minor local issues.

Bret Saturday, 28 July 2007 at 12:49

They want to impeach Cheney first. That might throw a wrench in the works.

Annoying Old Guy Saturday, 28 July 2007 at 13:11

Exactly! That’s why it’s suddenly “Bush! Bush! Bush!” on the impeachment front. Frankly, anyone calling for impeaching Bush explicitly or first is either a member of the conspiracy, one of their hirelings, or a dupe.

erp Saturday, 28 July 2007 at 17:33

Why Cheney first? If the vice-presidency is vacant, the president appoints someone else.

Bret Saturday, 28 July 2007 at 20:54

erp wrote: “If the vice-presidency is vacant, the president appoints someone else.

Not if they can then impeach the president before he gets around to it.

Annoying Old Guy Saturday, 28 July 2007 at 21:56

I think you mean, “before the Senate approves his appointment”. The presumption would be that no appointee would be approved until Bush was impeached as well.

Unfortunately for them, the Halliburtonists have mined the Sears Tower just like they did the World Trade Center. If things get that far, the day before the Senate vote on removing Cheney, boom!

Bret Sunday, 29 July 2007 at 00:25

Yeah, that’s what I meant.

erp Sunday, 29 July 2007 at 08:52

Were such an Orwellian situation in the works, Bush could resign while congress was on vacation, then Cheney would automatically move into the presidency and immediately appoint an interim VP, interim judges, remove the traitors from the state department, okay nuclear power plants, off shore oil drilling, etc.

Leftoids could then pound sand. The exercise would do them a world of good by sending some blood into their atrophied brains.

Annoying Old Guy Sunday, 29 July 2007 at 11:12

Ah, but that doesn’t let the Halliburtonists achieve goals 2 and 3. I suspect that might be the backup plan, if the primary one doesn’t work.

Michael Herdegen Sunday, 29 July 2007 at 23:07

That KILLITARY thing is so moronic and naive. Of course a greater-than-random number of people who eventually become psychos and murderers are attracted to military service.

It has nothing to do with the training that they receive while in-service. The misapprehension probably has its roots in the fact that very few people who would be inclined to hold a “KILLITARY” worldview have ever actually served, and so they imagine, their fevered brains fired by Hollywood’s version of the military lifestyle a la Rambo and GI Jane, that members of the military get some kind of kung-fu ninja training.

As an Army veteran, and former Infantry soldier, I can attest that soldiers get very little official combat training. A few days at the firing range, a day of bayonet training, and a day of hand-to-hand combat training. Some ninjas.

Annoying Old Guy Monday, 30 July 2007 at 08:28

If I may break the fourth wall for a moment — As has been noted elsewhere the KILLITARY thing is meta-interesting. It demonstrates that the surrender monkeys are no longer willing to pretend to support and honor the troops. And it contains about as much truth as most of the other writings there.

cjm Saturday, 04 August 2007 at 09:31

i would bet good money that there is a far higher proportion of psychotic individuals in the various “peace” movements, than there are in the military.

Michael Herdegen Saturday, 04 August 2007 at 09:55

I take that as a given, but apparently fewer of them act out in lethal ways.

Tracked from Political News and Blog Aggregator: Cheney to get new pacemaker battery on 28 July 2007 at 11:43

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