I recorded president Bush's speech and then played it backwards. Amazingly, there was another speech only it was Dick Cheney's voice. I know! Weird! Here's the transcript:
Here, in the United States of America we cherish and preserve traditions like imperialism and poverty. Where a benevolent elite of corporate investors allow a large and amorphous class of predominately undeserving and ungrateful workers the opportunity to participate in a continuous reenactment of democracy as it was once imagined for them by our aristocratic, capitalist forefathers.
We celebrate this time honored illusion not merely for its effectiveness in establishing the notion that the voters are actually choosing their representatives but also for the perception that they are an integral component in the dynamic and unprecedented wealth producing economy of America when we all know that in fact the lower classes are a burden to the real wealth holders of this country who must ceaselessly waste valuable resources by providing them food and shelter.
Obviously, We will continue this charade until such time as we have acquired a permanent and renewable source of disposable labor. Naturally, we are anxious to move beyond the limitations that maintaining the illusion of democracy imposes on our freedom to rule as we see fit. The war in Iraq would have had a very different and, I might add, positive outcome if we had been able to exterminate the entire population immediately instead of pretending to a whole host of sensibilities that in the new world order will hardly be necessary. Now, we are forced to whittle away at them at the appallingly slow pace of a hundred or so a day. Clearly, this will not do.
Domestically, we are severely hampered by the constitution and the bill of rights as well as a whole slew of civil rights organizations that collectively exhibit all the charm of slaves who erroneously believe that they have been emancipated. These parasites are feeding off the good but nevertheless misguided intentions of the framers who could never in their wildest dreams have imagined the egalitarian orgy that would erupt one day creating hopeful expectations for civil rights and a silly and unrealistic desire for justice to be applied to everyone including, of all things, those whose annual income is less than $200,000.
No, we will never achieve our goal of a permanent, global underclass with no rights of any kind that can provide corporations with the economic holy grail of free and renewable labor until we have captured every branch of government as well as the media. All we lack at the moment are the courts and we're steadily closing in on them. Unfortunately, it may take a few years to gain complete control so having nothing better to do we may as well start as many wars as we can in the middle east and practice our military diplomacy so that we will be prepared whenever anti-imperialism and virulent localism rear their nasty poverty stricken heads.