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Is an ill wind building up??

Over the past few months, news has come out about the dangerous condition of the leader of our nation.  It closely parallels the 'evil spirit' situation of Saul, Abner and Ishboshe.  Between now and mid December 04 is a dangerous time for the world. Not only do we have the Iraq situation, but things are getting unsettled in North Korea and Russian Muslims as well. 
A few weeks ago, when I read in an alternative publication that bush was recently put on anti-depressants, I began to look again at the Saul/Ishboshe thing in 1Sam pretty hard. Saul was the victim of an evil spirit from God, as you know, and he needed the equivalent of anti-depressants (Davids music) to calm him. He was killed by an amalakite, even though he had said he had destroyed their king (1Sam 15:20) but- Notice: V 21. The people took of the spoils (OIL?).
Anyways after Saul, the king over Israel (except Judah) was not David, but Ishboshe. Ishboshe is "man of shame". He reigned for TWO years.
Since vowels in Hebrew are optional,

"bush" in Hebrew is thus translated "shame".

After this came David, uniting ALL Israel.

Could the 2 years refer to 2 times? Who is the player of 'music'?  Could it be Ashcroft?  He will be accepted by Judah, yet he will last only 2 years. We know who David is, and look forward to His return.

Anyways, here are some recent 'mispeaks' by 'shame'.  The following are articles pulled from the net.


President Bush told a roomful of top Pentagon brass on Thursday that his administration would never stop looking for ways to harm the United States. The latest installment of misspeak from a president long known for his malapropisms came during a signing ceremony for a new $417 billion defense appropriations bill that includes $25 billion in emergency funding for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we," Bush said.
"Pennsylvania's unemployment rate is 5.1 percent. That's good news for people who are trying to find jobs."

and the reply by the newspaper-- It's not exactly good news until those people have found jobs, Dubya. Smoketown, Pennsylvania, Jul. 9, 2004

Last week it was his reference to 'fetus' and he kept saying 'fesces.' I mean he said it alot.

He claims Christians and muslims worship the same god.

He seems to slip up everytime he flaps his lips. And this guy is in charge of the most powerful military in the world. Is he Saul's son, Ishboshe?
Here are some more articles from the net:

The "thumb trick" is what first tipped me off that George W. Bush was living under a curse.

Bush gets an 'A' for effort.
Still not quite getting it, Bush attempts to remove two fingers, at his Yale commencement address.

I first showed "Puddin-Head" the trick when we was growing up together in Plano, Texas. I was about six years old when my daddy showed me that trick where you butt your thumbs together with an index finger in the middle to make it look like your two thumbs are one. Then you move the hand with the thumb-tip on it back and forth and it looks like your thumb has come apart and the tip is floating in mid-air.

Anyway, Puddin-Head - that's what I called the President when we was boys - he was astonished and sometimes would make me do the thumb trick for hours. The problem is that Puddin-Head thought it was real! He never caught on that it was a trick. He really thought I could take my thumb apart. He used to try to take his thumbs apart until he would literally sprain them. I told him it was trick; yet he thought I was lying and just didn't want to tell him the secret. Even after I showed him how to do it, he couldn't follow the trick and swore I knew how to take my thumb apart.

Fast forward to 1984 at Dubya's 38th birthday. A bunch of us are in this little Tex-Mex down in Plano celebrating. If memory serves me, this would be about the time when little Jenna and Barbara started to take "baby sips" of everyone's margaritas. We thought it was cute I guess and never made 'em stop. Too bad. Anyway, Dubya had, well, he had allowed alcohol to compete for his affections that night and alcohol had won. So he's three sheets to the wind and looks at me across the table and shouts, "Loop, y'all gonna show us how you can take your thumb apart? Hey everyone watch Loop take his thumb apart!"

Everyone else at the table looked at each other in embarrassment. We all had been pretending too long that he knew it was a common parlor trick. The problem was that George W. Bush, the namesake of the Vice President of America, was a deeply failed businessman with no appreciable future and this was no doubt attributable to the fact that he still seriously believed, among other things, that I could take my thumb apart and that clouds were "God's cotton candy."

But this time it was different, for I knew, indeed we all knew, that there was no more pretending that George was not stupid, that he was not a simpleton and a stooge. He was undeniably all of these things, for Almighty God had confirmed to me in that moment through the Holy Spirit that George W. Bush was possessed by a demon of stupidity that had come about through a generational curse unto the third and fourth generations.

"C'mon Loop! I'm the birthday boy and I wanna see the thumb trick," Dubya started demanding. C'mon, little Jana and Barbara want to see their Uncle Loop take his thumb apart. Y'all just gotta see how Reverend Looper here can disassembulment his thumb! It's loco!"

Sweet Jenna started crying for her dad. Mrs. Dubya - that's what we called Laura - looked like she was about to burst into tears. She grabbed the Bush twins and said she had to use the ladies room. The other guests made similar excuses and soon it was just me, Dubya, and the demon seated at the table.

"Loop, goddammit, I said I wanna see you take your thumb apart!" the drunken, future president growled as he slugged me real hard on the arm.

It was then that I spake those fateful words that changed his life forever. I said, "OUT DEMON OF STUPIDITY! I DEMAND THAT YOU LEAVE THIS MAN IMMEDIATELY IN THE NAME OF JESUS CHRIST!" Dubya's eyes rolled up into his head and he was thrown back violently into the shiny red vinyl booth. George remained fast in place against the back of the booth as if he had been tacked in place by the giant staple gun of Satan.

Well sir, I rolled up my sleeves for God. I took my hanky out of my pocket and dabbed it in my drinking glass. I shook the hanky so that water flew off of it into Dubya's face. "I anoint thee in the name of Jesus!" I roared like mighty Aslan, that great and noble Lion of Christ. "Demon of Stupidity," I commaned, "I order you to come out of this man now and be cast into the pit! I bind you with the silver cords and lay lines and I break the generational curse you have over this man in the name of Jesus Christ!"

Moments before the commencement an unidentified official attempts an impromptu exorcism as Bush crams for his next trick.

The demon hissed at me and spake saying, "I have the legal authority to be here because Senator Prescott Bush's family was cursed to the fourth generation by a Yaqui Indian chief whose land he stole for oil!"

So it was the Demon of Oil Lust that ultimately controlled the Bush family line I realized, and it was Oil Lust that had cursed the family line with, among other things, stupidity. It all made sense now, especially Bush Senior's 1980 remarks about Reagan's "voodoo economics." For truly, only someone who was possessed by a demon, and a demon of stupidity at that, would have made Antichrist remarks about the fine Reagan financial policies that led to the unparalleled prosperity of the mid-to-late 1990's.

George W. Bush began to rattle like one of little Jenna's toys. He began to foam at the mouth and utter profanities. He being a man who would take a drink, we had of course seen the foaming and swearing. But never the rattling nor the articulate profanities which were now spewing forth from his mouth like so many whoredoms of Babylon. I will not repeat the profanities here, but needless to say the fury of these oaths were directed against my person and the persons of the Holy Trinity who, like your basic pocket utility tool, are three-in-one.

I could tell that the demon's worst nightmare had come true, for this dark angel of stupidity was now being righteously 86'd from what would become a prime piece of human real estate in the near future. I continued my ceaseless verbal warrants ordering the demon to vacate the vacuous residence he had indwelt for 38 years. Suddenly, Dubya was illuminated as if from the heavens above by the very flashlight of God. A great weight looked as if it was being lifted from his athletic frame.

The demonic staples ripped loose and Dubya slumped forward into a grande snack tray of nachos. Not wanting "Puddin-Head" to suffocate in guacamole after seeing God set him free, I grabbed him by his hair, pulled him up, and began to wipe his face with my wetted hanky. Bush the Younger sputtered back into life anew in Christ in that moment.

He looked at me with great clarity of eye and said, "Loop, you could never really take your thumb apart, could you?"

The spell was broken. The demon of stupidity was gone and George W. Bush gained a new outlook on life. Why, even as we stepped out of the restaurant that night, the 38 year old man looked up in the cloudy night sky over Texas and said, "'them's clouds up yonder. They made outta water vapor. Water vapor is a good thing. It replenishefies the earth and that is a good thing. Water is a fine thing. And ya' know Loop, some peoples thinks clouds is 'God's cotton candy,' but I knows it ain't true no more. Clouds is water vapor." With that, George Bush began to tear up, his tears testifying to the power of Jesus to save, heal, and deliver.

Hillary's victory over Bush
Hillary suceeds where Bush fails, much to the crowd's delight.
Sadly, George W. Bush was only set free for a short while. You see, after he been cleansed, George W. Bush did not keep his house clean and the demon of stupidity re-entered him with seven other demons (Luke 11:24-27) whose names were alcoholism (well, okay, that one as well as the all the others had already been there for quite some time, but they came back stronger), drunk driving, dyslexia, cocaine-lust, teen abortion, earth-poisoning, and Big Oil, the last being the generational demon who has, even now, a legal claim on the Bush family. The demon of Big Oil exerts his control though a dark demon prince named Dick Cheney, but that is a story for another time.

I have thus had to continue my serial exorcisms of George W. Bush over the years. Bob Larson sometimes helps me out when the president is in thrall to a particularly foul demon as was the case when he and his brother Jeb ('Lil Puddin-Head) were possessed by the demon of "Negro-Jew-Voter-Fraud" during the 2000 elections. But I persist. For the good of America and the salvation of George W. Bush I persist.

God help me. I can do no other.

Sullen, Depressed President Retreats Into Private, Paranoid World
Capitol Hill Blue Staff

Jul 29, 2004, 09:08
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A sullen President George W. Bush is withdrawing more and more from aides and senior staff, retreating into a private, paranoid world where only the ardent loyalists are welcome.

Cabinet officials, senior White House aides and leaders on Capitol Hill complain privately about the increasing lack of “face time” with the President and campaign advisors are worried the depressed President may not be up to the rigors of a tough re-election campaign.

“Yes, there are concerns,” a top Republican political advisor admitted privately Wednesday. “The George W. Bush we see today is not the same, gregarious, back-slapping President of old. He’s moody, distrustful and withdrawn.”

Bush Walks Alone
Bush’s erratic behavior and sharp mood swings led White House physician Col. Richard J. Tubb to put the President on powerful anti-depressant drugs after he stormed off stage rather than answer reporters' questions about his relationship with indicted Enron executive Kenneth J. Lay, but White House insiders say the strong, prescription medications seem to increase Bush’s sullen behavior towards those around him.

“This is a President known for his ability to charm people one-on-one,” says a staff member to House Speaker Dennis J. Hastert. “Not any more.”

White House aides say Bush has retreated into a tightly-controlled environment where only top political advisors like Karl Rove and Karen Hughes are allowed. Even White House chief of staff Andrew Card complains he has less and less access to the President.

Among cabinet members, only Attorney General John Ashcroft, a fundamentalist who shares many of Bush’s strict religious convictions, remains part of the inner circle. White House aides call Bush and Ashcroft the “Blue Brothers” because, like the mythical movie characters, “both believe they are on a mission from God.”

Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, the man most responsible for waging America’s war on terrorism, complains to staff that he gets very little time with the President and gets most of his marching orders lately from Ashcroft. Some on Ridge’s staff gripe privately that Ashcroft is “Bush’s Himmler,” a reference to Heinrich Himmler, Chief of the SS (the German Police) under Adolph Hitler.

“Too many make the mistake of thinking Dick Cheney is the real power in the Bush administration,” says one senior Homeland Security aide. “They’re wrong. It’s Ashcroft and that is reason enough for all of us to be very, very afraid.”

While Vice President Cheney remains part of Bush’s tight, inner circle, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has fallen out of favor and tells his staff that “no matter what happens in November, I’m outta here.”

White House aides say the West Wing has been overtaken by a “siege mentality,” where phone calls and emails are monitored and everyone is under suspicion for “disloyalty to the crown.”

“I was questioned about an email I sent out on my personal email account from home,” says one staffer. “When I asked how they got access to my personal email account, I was told that when I came to work at the White House I gave up any rights to privacy.”

Another staffer was questioned on why she once dated a registered Democrat.

“He voted for Bush in 2000,” she said, “but that didn’t seem to matter. Mary Matalin is married to James Carville and that’s all right but suddenly my loyalty is questioned because a former boyfriend was a Democrat?” Matalin, a Republican political operative and advisor to the Bush campaign, is the wife of former Bill Clinton political strategist James Carville.

Psychiatrists say the increasing paranoia at the White House is symptomatic of Bush’s “paranoid, delusional personality.”

Dr. Justin Frank, a prominent Washington psychiatrist and author of the book, Bush on the Couch, Inside the Mind of the President, says the President suffers from “character pathology,” including “grandiosity” and “megalomania” – viewing himself, America and God as interchangeable.

Dr. Frank also concludes that Bush’s years of heavy drinking “may have affected his brain function – and his decision to quit drinking without the help of a 12-step programs puts him at a far higher risk of relapse.”

Whatever the cause for the President’s increasing paranoia and delusions, veteran White House watchers see a strong parallel with another Republican president from 30 years ago.

“From what people who work there now tell me, this White House looks more and more like the White House of Richard M. Nixon,” says retired political science professor George Harleigh, who worked in the Nixon White House. “It may be 2004 but it is starting to seem more like 1974 (the year Nixon resigned in disgrace).”

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