Texas Hates Obama, but Worships Bush

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


The Texas tourist bureau likes to entice visitors with the saying, “Texas, it’s like a whole other country.” I believe them.

Case in point, the Arlington Independent School District (a Dallas suburb) which refused to air President Barack Obama‘s live classroom address, announced that some students will be bussed off campus to hear a message from former President George W. Bush on Sept. 21.

District officials said students will sent to the Cowboys Stadium to hear from Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush, as well as legendary Dallas Cowboys players and unnamed community leaders. The event launches the Super Bowl committee’s largest-ever youth education program.

Students must have their parents’ permission to attend the event, but in Texas, where football is the unofficial state religion and George W. Bush is worshiped like Christ, few parents are expected to decline the invite.

The Arlington Independent School District’s decision to not air President Obama’s speech is curious. The president told students to stay in school, not drop put, work hard, do their homework, listen to their parents and teachers and, set goals, in an 18-minute speech delivered Tuesday morning at the Wakefield High School in Arlington, VA. Hardly controversial.

The Arlington school district, like many in Texas, decided not to broadcast the president’s speech live after some parents expressed concern about its content.

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9 Responses to Texas Hates Obama, but Worships Bush

  1. JollyRoger says:

    They have wanted to split off from the US for a long time, and the moronic monkey made that possibility much greater than ever before. I’m sure at least some of them appreciate it.

  2. Coon Hunter says:

    The love and adoration Texas has for the Bush clan is like a group of 20 million Zombies looking for fresh meat to kill and eat.

    Please do the country a favor Texas, and secede.

  3. Harry says:

    When George W. Bus dies, expect to see Texans set themselves on fire and jump off buildings in a nauseating, psychotic display of lemming grief.

  4. Aaron says:

    I graduated from the Arlington Independent School District last year. I knew it is a conservative city, but I’ve never heard of anything like this from them. Looks like I got out just in time. BTW About the Cowboy’s stadium, It is in the part of town with the worse roads in the entire city, and that is saying a lot. Then after dumping over 300+ million on it, and raising the sales tax, the city had the nerve to come to the people and ask for more money to improve roads, increase policemen, and more firemen along with other things. The people who run this town are bat shit crazy. Just don’t blame the teachers, Most of my teachers were very liberal, seeing as most of them actually don’t live in the city of Arlington. If you can stay out of Arlington, please do. Seeing as I live here, however, I don’t get that option, and I’m not willing to move back to southern California. Maybe I’ll move to Iowa and live with my Uncle.

  5. Randy Arroyo says:

    I hope the number of signatures in favor of state secession just grows and grows and grows. I don’t think many people would object to Texas leaving the Union. Personally, I will never forgive them for Bush I and Bush II.

  6. bradfrmphnx says:

    We are stuck with Texas. And their fruitcakes. They will never be allowed to secede. But like others on here, I sure the hell wish ya’ll Texans would just go away forever. While ya’ll gettin’ in line to kiss ‘ol Bushy, come on over here and kiss my big ‘ol white butt while yer at it.

    Aaron, that wasn’t meant for good folks like yourself. Just the loons.

  7. libhomo says:

    Texas is so unpatriotic.

  8. Rockync says:

    I caught a snippet of a news program yesterday and I’m not sure what it was, but there was a mother in Texas who kept her children home so they could hear the current President speak.
    And apparently she wasn’t the only one who did this. So, regardless of how much attention they are getting, the fringe nuts are losing momentum.

  9. John D says:

    The worst thing about Texas is that that they are proud of their ignorance! How sad! There are a lot of them!

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