Bush Lies in State Malachy McCourt

ISBN: 9780975574607

Published: July 1st 2004


95 pages


Bush Lies in State  by  Malachy McCourt

Bush Lies in State by Malachy McCourt
July 1st 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 95 pages | ISBN: 9780975574607 | 9.14 Mb

Being the decent man he is, Malachy McCourt has written a compassionate (but devilishly funny) book about George Wanker Bush and his practically unnoticed (but major failing) as president — Bush is an alcoholic. Bush Lies in State is a collection of 24 essays and performance pieces finely tooled to cleanse and disinfect the government by exposing the lies, violence, and hypocrisy of our current, soon-to-be-ex-President, Blinky bin Bush and his Texiban.

Malachy McCourts distinctive voice rings throughout. As an often-published expert on the subjects of alcoholism and recovery (as well as politics), Malachy has no trouble identifying George W. Bush as a dry drunk, someone who no longer takes alcohol, but retains all the worst behaviors of the full-blown alky. Worse yet, the disease seems to be contagious, with our whole country now behaving like a dry drunk!

The only cure is regime change in 2004.

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