Since I'm ranting today about the corrupt American "two" party "system," I just had to include Ralph Nader's response to a solicitation from the G.W. Bush presidential library:
I especially loved this passage, as equally true of B.O., as of G.B, in fact, one could apply it to so many presidents, and in particular, the last four, no, make that fi...er..si... no seven....:
"When you were a candidate, I called you a corporation running for the Presidency masquerading as a human being. In time you turned a metaphor into a reality. As a corporation, you express no remorse, no shame, no compassion and a resistance to admit anything other than that you have done nothing wrong."