archived 01-24-01
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Bush's Ashcroft - Reptilian Skinned

You have got to see this. The biggest Swedish newspaper mentions (in Swedish as my husband translated part of it) John Ashcroft as literally " a glimpse of the reptilian skin hiding underneath the cozy babyskin". The article ends describing him as suspciously coldblooded. Yours truly,

Out in the cold: USA's new Minister of Justice The installation of President George W Bush quickly started to become like the old science fiction series "W", where reptilian aliens walked around in coats made of human skin to create a false safety. George W Bush has spoken a lot about "cooperation" and made a big deal of that he is a co-ordinating force. But between all balls and speeches he chose John Aschcroft as the Minister of Justice, and showed thereby a glimpse of the super conservative reptile-skin under the cozy, chubby boy skin. Ashcoft very loudly demands a clause to the constitution which bans abortions even after rape and incest, and he has also made himself known by trying to stop the nomination of an ambassador because he was homosexual. Suspiciously ... cold-blooded?

Translated by

Ut i kylan: USA:s nya justieminister Installationen av president George W Bush började snabbt bli lik den gamla sciencefictionserien "W" där reptilliknande utomjordingar gick omkring i människohudar för att invagga motståndarna i säkerhet. George W Bush har ordat mycket om "samarbete" och gjort ett stort nummer av att han är en enande kraft. Men bland alla baler och tal passade han på att välja John Aschcroft som justitieminister, och visade därmed en skymt av den ärkekonservativa reptilhuden under det gosiga gossehullet. Ashcroft kräver nämligen mycket högljutt ett tillägg till konstitutionen som förbjuder aborter även efter våldtäkt och incest och han har dessutom gjort sig känd genom att försöka stoppa utnämningen av en ambassadör på grund av att han var homosexuell. Misstänkt... kallblodigt?


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