Muslims Don’t Trust The Little Psycho. Big Surprise, Eh?
June 28, 2007

Bob Deans of Cox News Service, in today’s Globe, reports on the recent Pew Global Attitudes Project, which found that in 37 of 47 countries surveyed “majorities say they have little or no trust in Bush to do the right thing in world affairs.”

Oh my goodness, I had no idea Bush’s victims would turn on him like that. Oh my!

Andrew Kohut, president of Pew Research Center, notes that the Muslim’s image of the U. S. is “abysmal”.

But Little Georgie is going to do something about it, by golly!

Bush seemed to acknowledge as much, announcing that he would soon name a special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference, a coalition of 57 majority-Muslim states, to try to improve the US image across the Islamic world.

“Our special envoy will listen to and learn from representatives from Muslim states, and will share with them America’s views and values,” Bush said in a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the Islamic Center in Washington.

Sure, Georgie. You haven’t listened to anyone who actually knows anything about the Middle East, or anything else for that matter, except how to corrupt politics at home, since you got into office. You certainly haven’t learned anything. And suddenly you’re going to start listening and learning? I don’t think so, Bubba.

Instead you’re just going to tune out anything they say, and then ‘share’ (read ‘shove down their throats’) your pathetic ideas of what American democracy is. You know, the democracy that you and your sociopathic crew have done so much to destroy.

How about you stop killing Muslim women and children and men? How about you stop destroying cities and infrastructure in your insane lust to make a name for yourself? How about you stop lying to the American people about what you’re doing in their name?

Yeah, I know. Not a chance. Once a delusional cokehead, always a delusional cokehead.

Just to salt the wound, here’s a couple of those Pew numbers on approval ratings for the Chief Crazy:

  • Turkey at 9 percent
  • Egypt at 21 percent
  • Pakistan at 15 percent
  • Germany at 30 percent
  • England at 51 percent

Note that the first three are “key players in US anti-terrorism strategy.”

Way to go, Georgie.