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A trip down Unhinged Lane. *** The Los Angeles Times reports on how the director of “Death of a President” staged the assassination scenes and deceived authorities in order to get footage of President Bush for the movie. *** Previous: Assassination chic
Blogs get results: The “Kill Bush” products first reported here and publicized on scores of blogs big and small, have been removed. Here’s the announcement from CafePress: The “Kill Bush” products have been removed from CafePress.com. They were created by individuals across the globe, as are the more than 8 million products available on CafePress.com, […]
Oh, give me a super-sized break. Leftie ’60s leftover/songwriter Peter Yarrow at the Huffington Post fumes over the “Barack the Magic Negro” parody that has RNC candidate Chip Saltsman in hot water. All of sudden — after eight years of “F**k Bush” bumper stickers and “Kill Bush” assassination chic and Bush-or-Chimp parodies — the left […]
An illustration of double standards.
The penultimate chapter of my book Unhinged was titled “Assassination chic.” I explored the popular genre of “Kill Bush” literature, talk radio rhetoric, and art on the Left devoted to fantasies about murdering President Bush and Republicans, including: — Sarah Vowell’s best-selling murder travelogue of assassinated Republican presidents, Assassination Vacation; — Nicholson Baker’s Checkpoint, a […]
Nobel Peace laureate Betty “Kill Bush” Williams inspired my column today–as well as today’s Bizarro John and Yoko music video from Hot Air producer Bryan Preston and me. All the peaceniks are saying is “Give Jihad a Chance:” Background links, lyrics, and comments here.
Assuming you’ve seen the Drudge Report flash on the Air America skit broadcast yesterday and now apparently under investigation for its assassination overtones. Randi Rhodes has used this rhetoric before. From May 2004: Comparing Bush and his family to the Corleones of “Godfather” fame, Air America host Randi Rhodes reportedly unleashed this zinger during her […]
Yesterday, Drudge linked to a nasty anti-Tom Delay t-shirt being hawked at Cafe Press. The shirt urged the GOP congressman to commit suicide. Sold by artist Christopher Godwin, the product has now been removed (though you can still see it on Cafe Press’s search engine complete with the caption “We can dream, can’t we?”). Not […]
Dan Flynn files a firsthand report of lingering post-election depression in the bluest state. A snippet: At the Harvard Book Shop, a petition titled–no joke–“Freadom v. the Patriot Act” asks customers to protest Bush administration policies. Grafitti on Mass. Ave. leading to Central Square was more blunt: “Kill Bush…”