If We Can't Tax Dubya Voters, Here Are Other Punishments
Bush backers' 'poisonous contribution' demands liberalizing views, at very least
By Dustin Lushing,  Newser Staff
Posted Aug 6, 2008 7:10 PM CDT
President Bush speaks during a news conference today in Bangkok, Thailand.    (AP Photo)
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(Newser) – Americans who voted for George W. Bush have much atoning to do, Mark Morford writes in the San Francisco Chronicle. And a simple apology (or vote for Obama) won't cut it—those who "supported the dark armies" of our 43rd president must seriously repent—and that includes singing a different tune about topics such as gay marriage, the war in Iraq, and gas-guzzling SUVs.

"As tempting as it is, I do not suggest some grand humiliating gesture, some sweetly demeaning spectacle whereby you must dye your hair blue and run naked through the streets of rural Alabama waving a rainbow flag and carrying a bottle of fresh stem cells as you suddenly claim to care deeply about blue fin tuna and Brazilian rain forests and honest sex ed for teens. Unless you really want to."