1. profoundly immoral and malevolent.
synonyms: wicked, bad, wrong, immoral, sinful, foul, vile, dishonorable, corrupt, iniquitous, depraved, reprobate, villainous, nefarious, vicious, malicious
Singling out the last two presidents as evil is not to let other U.S. government officials, past and present, off the hook. It is only to focus on recent, visible and incontrovertible instances of evil deeds done by evil men.
Bush lied the U.S. into a vicious and aggressive war against Iraq. He’s responsible for a huge number of deaths and injuries.
Bush and Obama are wicked men, corrupt men, vicious men who have done profoundly malevolent deeds.
The U.S. government and its presstitute media have become so pervasively corrupt that the wickedness of one branch goes unnoticed by the others, or if noticed then unmentioned, and if mentioned then uncorrected by the other branches. The wickedness of one branch is far more likely to be joined in and approved of by the other branches than it is to be criticized, investigated and stopped.
Every day some U.S. government official, and usually many of them, propose, endorse or instigate some malicious act or law. Only a few days ago, the Congress unanimously passed a measure forbidding a visa to an Iranian diplomat who had been appointed as its U.N. representative. What term other than malevolent better describes such a despicable, vindictive, vengeful and vile act?12:59 pm on April 21, 2014 Email Michael S. Rozeff