A Psychopath Slips

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 George W Bush. Guy on the right? Ted Bundy O.O #doppleganger  http://t.co/jzZcoo1xPO" / TwitterGeorge W. Bush <————>Ted Bundy. Read the article before assuming this is a scabrous comparison

My sentiments exactly. Read the entire article:

It was a Freudian slip for the ages: during a speech in Dallas this week, former President George W Bush condemned the “decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq”. Whoops! “I mean of Ukraine,” he added a second later, as laughter rang out in the room. Isn’t it funny when a former president accidentally confesses to war crimes? Ha! Ha! Ha!

 [I]magine it’s 2042 and Vladimir Putin has transformed himself from war criminal to cuddly grandpa who paints in his dotage. Imagine he slips up while making a speech and talks about the wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Ukraine. Imagine everyone in the room laughing. That wouldn’t be terribly funny would it? In fact, the idea that a guy like Putin could face zero accountability and spend his old age giving speeches instead of serving time for war crimes, would be horrifying. 

It’s very simple: without Bush, there would never have been Trump. Sure, the GOP and our mainstream discourse was not well before Bush. But Bush’s murderous lies turbocharged America’s descent into our present psychotic politics.

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