Forget Bush being a traitor. Forget him being a madman. If anyone is worried about illegal aliens how about illegal aliens from outerspace. For this is what Bush and his right wing buddies seem to be. Ask the Scientologists! These malicious invaders from outerspace seem bent on destroying our home planet. Arrest Bush. Deport him and his friends back to Mars.
By ANDREW C. REVKIN New York Times
Published: July 22, 2006
From 2002 until this year, NASA’s mission statement, prominently featured in its budget and planning documents, read: “To understand and protect our home planet; to explore the universe and search for life; to inspire the next generation of explorers ... as only NASA can.”
In early February, the statement was quietly altered, with the phrase “to understand and protect our home planet” deleted. In this year’s budget and planning documents, the agency’s mission is “to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.”
David E. Steitz, a spokesman for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, said the aim was to square the statement with President Bush’s goal of pursuing human spaceflight to the Moon and Mars.
Some of the right wing clowns brought in to turn NASA into soupcon of space cadets out to conquer the universe make fun of me on their own websites. But what do they say about this? Eh? I predicted that Bush, being a malign fake human with some sort of alien parasitical life form squirming in his large intestines, would actively plot to destroy Planet Earth.
And the mission to Mars is merely a front for this operation. Is Bush so eager to get to Mars because he and his fellow coaca-maniacs have to get back to their home base after eliminating all life forms here?
If they are so eager to flee, I strongly suggest we humans help them and anyone else addicted to killing lots of humans, build them an ark de triumph and shoot it to Mars and good riddance to bad trash.
Several NASA researchers said they were upset that the change was made at NASA headquarters without consulting the agency’s 19,000 employees or informing them ahead of time.
Though the “understand and protect” phrase was deleted in February, when the Bush administration submitted budget and planning documents to Congress, its absence has only recently registered with NASA employees.
Mr. Steitz, the NASA spokesman, said the agency might have to improve internal communications, but he defended the way the change was made, saying it reflected the management style of Michael D. Griffin, the administrator at the agency.
“Strategic planning comes from headquarters down,” he said, and added, “I don’t think there was any mal-intent or idea of exclusion.”
Griffin reminds me of my limo driver at my daughter's wedding. The lights are going out and he drives ahead.
This man is a malicious idiot. I have no Alzheimer's so I remember when he lied and said to all the NASA staff that his office door would always be open and he would consult them all before making vast changes like removing mention of the best, most important planet in all the many galaxies in the universe, my home planet, incidentally, and talk only about Mars. Mars is, like this stupid man's brains, a sterile, dead planet.
I would dearly love to ship Griffin there, one way. Cheney gets shipped to Pluto. With Anne Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.
But it would be far cheaper to arrest them all.