HOW DID WE GET THIS GAWDAWFUL FAMILY IN OUR HAIR? There is a VIDEO ONLINE, topic is this theme,  being the previously VERY little discussed role of  George Bush Sr. in the forced removal of Richard Nixon from the White House, clearing the way for Bush's own day of glory (ONE TERM,) and his son's path to the White House.

       From 1980 to 2008, there was a Bush in the White
       House for twenty years - eight with Reagan,
       four with Bush Sr and eight years with Bush Jr.

       Given Clinton's and now Obama's eagerness to accommodate
       the Bush agenda and assist the family in covering its tracks
       the Bush impact is even bigger that that.


BELOW, we will see various STUDIES OF THE BUSHES, WHO THEY SERVED, HOW THEY WOUND THEIR TENTACLES AROUND THE WHITE HOUSE, CONGRESS, LEGISLATURE and CONSTITUTION. Reading and understanding it all is req'd. Know that the father guided the dumb son thru Cheney. The father was a puppet of the oligarchs and the son was a puppet of a puppet ergo doubly useless to anyone alive except a few billionaires.

FIRST, IS BUSH NUTS? by William Thomas
Senior reporter Lifeboat News

Feb. 12, 2003
What drives a man to go against the wishes of his countryfolk and the entire world community
- including the presidents of Russia, China, France and Germany? What drives this family to destroy the world we live in!? CHENEY LEANING ON W so hard and CHENEY REPRESENTING DADDY BUSH might do it. And DAD representing the TEXAS OIL INTERESTS and Harriman family and all the oligarchs. YOU THINK NOT? Go to the BIGGEST ONLINE COLLECTION OF BUSH BOO-BOOS.

How can a professed Christian continue to defy
church leaders worldwide - including the
Bishops of Britain and the Pope? How does he
rationalize breaking the commandments of his
God, which clearly prohibit coveting another's
property, theft of their oil, and mass murder
of defenseless populations?

How can he ignore his own generals when they
complain, "We're advocating a policy that says
we will invade another nation that is not
currently attacking us or invading any of our
allies." [Capitol Hill Blue Jan, 22, 2003]

To those who deem it unseemly to count the
brick's on one man's load, let us recall that
this unelected President is one brick short of
killing what the UN fears could be up to a
half-million people in Iraq. This massacre
could easily see Pakistan's government - and
its 30 to 40 nukes - falling to an Al Qaeda
or Taliban majority. Bush's announced plans
to attack North Korea and Iran have already
prompted both countries to hit the nuclear gas
pedal, virtually assuring a "nuclear event".

And his $5 trillion blowout has taken the
American economy to a $2 trillion deficit in
two short years. As ignored global warming
triggers Extreme Weather Events, frightened
Nobel price-winning economists warn that GW's
proposed $600 billion tax cut is "fiscal
madness" - "a very serious economic error" that
will collapse the country in exactly the same
way the ex-Soviet Empire went bust buying and
deploying so many arms in so many places. Ditto
Imperial Rome.

Are these the acts of a rational person?

Not since Nixon's famous freak-outs in the
White House, which saw National Security
Adviser Henry Kissinger ordering military
commanders to ignore nuclear launch orders from
their Commander-In-Chief, is it so urgent that
we examine a president's cognitive capacities.

It might be useful to scrutinize the following
findings. While everyone "goes nuts" from time
to time, the salient question is whether traits
described below dominate and drive today's
presidential decisions. Is a man called by
other government reps, "an idiot" "an imbecile"
"dangerously incompetent" and "a moron"
competent, capable and qualified to direct
America's unchallenged military might?

Read on. If you dare.

"Is The 'President' Nuts?" asks Carol Wolman,
M.D. "Many people, inside and especially
outside this country, believe that the American
president is nuts, and is taking the world on a
suicidal path." [Counterpunch Oct. 2, 2002]

A board-certified psychiatrist in practice for
30 years, Dr. Wolman feels compelled to
understand the "psychopathology" of man "under
tremendous pressure from both his family/junta,
and from the world at large." Dr. Wolman
wonders if GW is suffering from Antisocial
Personality Disorder, as described in the
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual Fourth

"There is a pervasive pattern of disregard for
and violation of the rights of others:
1)failure to conform to social norms with respect
to lawful behaviors as indicated by repeatedly
performing acts that are grounds for arrest;

2)deceitfulness, as indicated by repeated lying,
use of aliases, or conning others for personal
profit or pleasure. Likes like KURDS gassed,
SADDAM burnt oil wells. NY TIMES has this
as lies! See LIES ARTICLE)

3) reckless disregard for
safety of self or others;
4) lack of remorse by
being indifferent to or rationalizing having
hurt, mistreated or stolen from others."

GW Bush is highly regarded for "kicking" the
twin demons of cocaine and alcohol addiction.
If he is still off both wagons - and there is
no proof that isn't - such a triumph,
encouraged and aided by his wife, is

When probing the mysteries of GW's brain
chemistry, a key point to ponder is that damage
done to brain cells from drug abuse is
permanent and irreversible.

Quaker and university professor Katherine van
Wormer co-authored the definitive, 2002,
Addiction Treatment. This expert writes that
"George W. Bush manifests all the classic
patterns of what alcoholics in recovery call
'the dry drunk'. His behavior is consistent
with being brought on by years of heavy
drinking and possible cocaine use."
[Counterpunch Oct. 11, 2002]

"Dry drunk," explains the professor, "is a
slang term used by members and supporters of
Alcoholics Anonymous and substance abuse
counselors to describe the recovering alcoholic
who is no longer drinking - one who is dry, but
whose thinking is clouded."

Such an individual is 'dry' but not truly
sober. Such individuals tend to go to
overboard. A good example of Bush' "polarized
thinking" is his call for "crusades" based on
"infinite justice" for "evil-doers" comprising
an "axis of evil".

Bush's "obsessive repetition" also remind this
professor, "of many of the recovering
alcoholics/addicts I had treated." Van Wormer
worriers, "His power, in fact, is such that if
he collapses into paranoia, a large part of the
world will collapse with him."

Paranoia? Impatience? Rigid judgmental outlook?
Grandiose behavior? Childish behavior?
Irresponsible behavior? Irrational
rationalization? Projection? Overreaction?
- these are all "dry drunk" traits.

Van Wormer observers that Bush's pompous
pledge: "We must be prepared to stop rogue
states and their terrorist clients before they
are able to threaten or use weapons of mass
destruction" is a projection from the world's
leading rogue state preparing to attack with
nuclear weapons.

"Bush's tendency to dichotomize reality" should
be emphasized. Prof. van Wormer describes this
is as either/or reasoning - "either you are
with us or against us". A White House
spokesperson puts it this way: "The President
considers this nation to be at war, and, as
such, considers any opposition to his policies
to be no less than an act of treason.''
[Capitol Hill Blue Jan, 22, 2003]

Bush's binges were legendary. Van Wormer
describes "years of binge drinking starting in
college, at least one conviction for DUI in
1976 in Maine, and one arrest before that for a
drunken episode involving theft of a Christmas
wreath." She adds:

"The Bush biography reveals the story of a boy
named for his father, sent to the exclusive
private school in the East where his father's
reputation as star athlete and later war hero
were still remembered. The younger George's
achievements were dwarfed in the school's
memory of his father. Athletically he could not
achieve his father's laurels, being smaller and
perhaps less strong. His drinking bouts and
lack of intellectual gifts held him back as
well. His military record was mediocre as
compared to his father's as well. [He went

In Fortunate Son, Bush himself explained:
"Alcohol began to compete with my energies ...
I'd lose focus". Though he once said he
couldn't remember a day he hadn't had a drink,
he quickly added the giveaway phrase that he
didn't believe he was "clinically alcoholic".

Van Wormer notes that "Bush drank heavily for
over 20 years until he made the decision to
abstain at age 40. About this time he became a
'born again Christian' - going as usual from
one extreme to the other." When asked in an
interview about his reported cocaine use, he
answered reasonably, "I'm not going to talk
about what I did 20 to 30 years ago".

One motive driving Dubya could be his need "to
prove himself to his father - to achieve what
his father failed to do - to finish the job of
the Gulf War, to get the 'evildoer' Saddam."
Adds van Wormer, "His drive to finish his
father's battles is of no small significance,

According to Van Wormer, "scientists can now
observe changes that occur in the brain as a
result of heavy alcohol and other drug abuse.
Some of these changes may be permanent."

Van Wormer characterizes this damage as "barely
noticeable but meaningful." Researchers have
found that brain chemistry irregularities
caused by long bouts of drinking or drug abuse
cause "messages in one part of the brain to
become stuck there. This leads to maddening
repetition of thoughts."

One of these powerful "stuck" thoughts, says
van Wormer, is that "President Bush seems
unduly focused upon getting revenge on Saddam
Hussein ('He tried to kill my Dad'), leading
the country and the world into war,

Grandiosity is another major trait of former
addicts brain-damaged by their addiction. Bush
has reversed the successful, five-decade old
U.S. policy of containment and no first
strikes. Now he says, Americans can attack
anyone, anywhere at any time with any weapons
of their choosing - including banned cluster
bomb munitions, radioactive explosives and
nuclear bombs.

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical
Manual, a person suffering from Narcissistic
Personality Disorder, "Has a grandiose sense of
self-importance-exaggerates achievements and
talents, expects to be recognized as superior
without commensurate achievements."
Sound familiar?

This personality is preoccupied with fantasies
of power and being loved. Such a person
requires "automatic compliance". He or she is
"exploitative" of others, "lacks empathy, is
unwilling to recognize or identify with the
feelings and needs of others." And also "shows
arrogant, haughty behavior or attitudes."

"This set of characteristics," says Dr. Wolman,
not too reassuringly, "may describe Rumsfeld
and Cheney better than Dubya."

For those who, like Nobel Prize winner Joseph
Stieglitz, warn that Bush "has been captured by
a small group of ideologues," Dependent
Personality Disorder describes someone who "has
difficulty making everyday decisions without an
excessive amount of advice and reassurance from
others." [CBC Feb. 10, 2003]

From a Jungian perspective, writes Dr. Wolman,
"Dubya may be identifying with an archetype -
something out of Revelations, perhaps, whereby
he sees himself as an instrument of God's will
to bring about Armageddon." Concurs Katherine
van Wormer, "To fight evil, Bush is ready to
take on the world, in almost a Biblical sense."

Is Bush's belligerence bent on securing another
oil fix? Katherine van Wormer believes that a
Portland peace protestor's sign, "Drunk on
Power" nailed it. Says this quiet Quaker, "The
drive for power can be an unquenchable thirst,
addictive in itself."

Senator William Fulbright agrees. His
bestseller, The Arrogance of Power defined
power politics as the pursuit of power. "The
causes and consequences of war may have more to
do with pathology than with politics,"
Fulbright wrote.

A key "dry drunk" trait is impatience. Bush,
who often describes himself as "a patient man",
is not. Just four weeks after inspectors went
into Iraq, he called for obliterating Baghdad.
"If we wait for threats to fully materialize",
Bush pointed out to West Pointers, "we will
have waited too long". Translations: It's okay
to attack projections of our own fearful
imaginings - in case those phantom threats
someday become real.

Alan Bisbort's "Dry Drunk - Is Bush Making a
Cry for Help?" appeared in American Politics
Journal. Bisbort believes that Bush's
"incoherence" when speaking away from prepared
scripts is a classic sign of addicted brain

For Bisbort, another "dry drunk" tip-off is
Dubya's irritability with anyone who dares
disagree with him - including Germany's new
leader, who insists he is opposing Bush's folly
in Iraq as a concerned long-time friend of
America. (Schroeder's wife is American.)

Another "Dry drunk" sign says van Wormer, is
Dubya's "dangerous obsessing about only one
thing (Iraq) to the exclusion of all other

Van Wormer's bottom line prognosis: "George W.
Bush seems to possess the traits characteristic
of addictive persons who still have the thought
patterns that accompany substance abuse. The
fact that some residual effects from his
earlier substance abuse - however slight -
might cloud the U.S. President's thinking and
judgment is frightening, however, in the
context of the current global crisis."

The Toronto Star recounts how NYU author and
media critic Mark Crispin Miller attempted to
catalogue GW's verbal gaffes. Some favorites:
"The vast majority of our imports come from
outside the country." "If we don't succeed, we
run the risk of failure."
"The future will be better tomorrow."

The author of Boxed In: The Culture of TV
believes "Bush is not an imbecile. He's not a
puppet. I think that Bush is a sociopathic
personality. I think he's incapable of empathy.

He has an inordinate sense of his own
entitlement, and he's a very skilled
manipulator. And in all the snickering about
his alleged idiocy, this is what a lot of
people miss."

Miller's judgment - that an unelected president
might suffer from a clinical personality
disorder - is much heavier than being called
the global village idiot. "He has no trouble
speaking off the cuff when he's speaking
punitively, when he's talking about violence,
when he's talking about revenge. When he struts
and thumps his chest, his syntax and grammar
are fine," Miller mentions. "It's only when he
leaps into the wild blue yonder of compassion,
or idealism, or altruism, that he makes these
hilarious mistakes."

Bush even has trouble repeating comforting
clichés. "Fool me once, shame ... shame on ...
you," Long, uncomfortable pause. "Fool me -
can't get fooled again!"
get that one right!
While the world was laughing, Miller saw
something darker. "What's revealing about this
is that Bush could not say, `Shame on me' to
save his life. That's a completely alien idea
to him. This is a guy who is absolutely proud
of his own inflexibility and rectitude," wrote

Miller says that Bush saying, "I know how hard
it is to put food on your family" is not 'cause
he's stupid, but "because he doesn't care about
people who can't put food on the table."

When Bush is envisioning "a foreign-handed
foreign policy," Miller contends it's because
he can't keep his focus on things that mean
nothing to him. "When he tries to talk about
what this country stands for, or about
democracy, he can't do it," Miller observes.

According to Miller, this is why GW is so
closely watched by his handlers. "Not because
he'll say something stupid," the Star
paraphrased, "but because he'll overindulge in
the language of violence and punishment at
which he excels."

"He's a very angry guy, a hostile guy," Miller
says. "He's much like Nixon. So they're very,
very careful to choreograph every move he
makes. They don't want him anywhere near
protestors, because he would lose his temper."
Adds this media expert, "It would be a grave
mistake to just play him for laughs."

Confronted by a man who will not listen to
anyone but a few "chickenhawks" urging
worldwide war, why shouldn't we feel depressed?
Not surprisingly, we do.

Seventy percent of U.S. pastors constantly
fight depression. Right now, almost three
million Canadians are seriously depressed.
(Multiply by four or five for approximate U.S.
figures.) We can't blame GW for this. Or the
fact that suicide is the 3rd leading cause of
death in 15 to 24 year olds. But as the man
responsible for perpetrating a worldwide
bummer, George isn't helping!
[; National Institute of
Mental Health]

If it's politically incorrect to ask these
questions, how "correct" is it to launch 800
cruise missiles and thousands of one-ton bombs
on a captive urban population already suffering
the ravages of deliberately imposed hunger and

Another big clue to Dubya's displays of
dementia comes in "photo-ops" showing him
slugging back diet Coke with other Aspartame
addicts, like Chicago's mayor Richard Daley.
Their beet red faces spell either embarrassment
over Bush's hijacking of America, or aspartame
poisoning. [Chicago Sun Times, Sept. 27, 2002]

According to Carol Guilford, an Aspartame
expert and support worker, the
President-Select's "pretzel" pratfall was most
likely an Aspartame seizure. Bush, like Carter,
Al Gore and millions of Americans, is addicted
to this constant caffeine hit. Among the FDA's
listed 92 symptoms for Aspartame poisoning are:

"Difficulty Swallowing", "Fainting" and

Bush's facial lesions, removed as a result of
"Too much sun" is another sign of Aspartame
poisoning. So was his recent knee surgery:
Aspartame depletes synovial fluid lubricating
the joints.

Would you drink 6 to 12 cans of formaldehyde a
day? It turns out that methanol in Aspartame
converts to formaldehyde in the tissues. As
Guildford wrote to USN Captain Eleanor Marino,
Physician to the President (Feb. 21, 2002): 10%
of a 200mg can of diet soda is straight
methanol wood alcohol! Methanol is such a gross
cumulative poison, the EPA's limit for drinking
water is 7.8 mg daily. For serious addicts like
Bush, the methanol intake can exceed 32 times
the EPA's recommended limit..

Now the punch line: Clinical case studies shows
that, among other symptoms, Aspartame ingestion
results in "mind fog", feeling "unreal", poor
memory, confusion, anxiety, irritability,
depression, mania, and slurred speech.
[Neurology 1994]

Alcohol-related brain damage is not helped by
chugging formaldehyde. James Turner, consumer
protection lawyer and author of The Chemical
Feast learned that an Oct. 1980 FDA inquiry
found that the formaldehyde formed by Aspartame
actually eats microscopic holes and triggers
tumors in the brain.

That finding banned Aspartame from the food
supply. But three months later, Searle CEO
Donald Rumsfeld told that pharma giant's sales
staff he would get Aspartame approved pronto.
The next month, the FDA commissioner was
replaced by Dr. Arthur Hayes. In Nov. 1983 the
FDA approved aspartame for soft drinks. Under
fire for accepting corporate bribes, Hayes went
to work for Searle's public-relations firm.
Searle lawyer Robert Shapiro coined the name
NutraSweet. Monsanto bought Searle. Rumsfeld
received $12 million for his help. Shapiro now
heads Monsanto.

The same "revolving door" swings wide for arms
makers and the oil mafia. The Big Question is:
Why hasn't Dick warned George that the diet
drinks he's swilling are eating his brain and
making him crazy?

Crazy? Am I calling the Ex President of the
Excited States crazy? Not me. As a journalist,
I can only point out that published medical
evidence goes frighteningly far in explaining
GW's behavior. For certain, this good ol' boy
should go in for a brain scan before being
allowed to command more firepower than the next
11 nations combined. If George W. Bush is not
crazy - he's sure acting like it.