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11 July 2008

You Had Me At 'Goodbye'

One thing George W. Bush is good at (I mean, there had to be something) is plumbing newer and more inventive depths of £µ©λing moronic stupidity.



Go read this at the Telegraph.



I found it because the Seattle-based Stranger's blog, SLOG sent me to Wonkette, who linked to it.



There are roughly 190 days left in the Worst. Presidency. Evar. I used to think he'd reached the pinnacle of plutocratic, bloodthirsty luncay. Now I just wonder how much farther he can climb before they send the Air Force to take him out.

Heck, if I was George Bush Sr. I'd be pulling strings at the CIA to get a Black Ops hit squad on this clown's ass for making me look like a total idiot as a father.

One hundred and ninety days from now ... I hope ...

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9 Comments:

At 9:48 AM, Blogger Wandering Coyote said...

Yeah, he's a dumb-ass.

But, I think Harper is dumber after his stance on the Omar Khadr case.

 
At 3:09 PM, Blogger Philipa said...

He really is the worlds biggest arse isn't he? Sadly he's one of the most powerful men in the world. A powerful suggestion for keeping all men on an island somewhere and getting day-release for procreation only. But who would carry the heavy shopping? Give us presents and have broad shoulders we could cry on?? Oprah.

 
At 5:28 AM, Anonymous michaelm said...

Epic fail? I'm thinking that's a bit of an understatement.
Many here in the US can't wait for the election to be over, myself included. What scares the bejesus out of me is the outcome.
As they always say, be careful what you wish for.
As of this moment, I hate every single candidate for numerous reasons. Time will tell I guess.
Awesome pictures.
Thanks for the visit, Metro
~m

 
At 5:08 AM, OpenID frontiereditor said...

It just goes to illustrate how far education and literacy have declined. If people still read their Faulkner, they would have known to lock him up in the attic where all our simple-minded relatives should be kept. And Cheney would have been kept on some Louisiana work farm breaking rocks.

 
At 9:13 AM, Blogger Metro said...

@WC:
Ugh--choosing between Harper and Bush is like choosing between syphillis and clamydia. Either one is painful, difficult to get rid of, and likely to cause great embarrasment for future partnership negotiations.

@Pip
You know, most men would probably support that idea too. You should run it by Brussels ;-)

@michaelm
As much as his reversal on FISA set him back, Obama is still the best choice. Not that I get to vote for him, of course.

It's the oddest thing. In this country we vote for the party rather than the personality. In our last election we voted against the party and got no personality. Stephen Harper really would be happier adding up numbers unnoticed in a little back room somewhere.

I am determined to try to make him happier come next election.

@FFE
It seems like the clan is just scraping the bottom of the genetic barrel.

I mean, Prescott was a Nazi, but he could at least "pour piss out of a boot if the instructions were written on the heel"--something Geroge pére apparently couldn't, according to Lyndon B. Johnson.

And after George Sr. they all get stupider. S&L scams, bungled presidencies ... It seems no coincidence that the sole "success" of the clan is Jeb, who's swimming in the cesspit that is Florida state politics.

 
At 9:57 AM, Blogger Philipa said...

Actually, Metro, I prefer forntiereditor's suggestion: "lock him up in the attic where all our simple-minded relatives should be kept"

(I have a list of simple-minded relatives and wish Brussels had done that some time ago)

 
At 10:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Send him off to Fletcher's Memorial Home.

IH

 
At 12:24 PM, Blogger Pugs said...

Honestly, I think that whole G8 summit thingy was a total joke aside from W's open-mike routine.

I am seriously in a funk over the choices I have for president. I can't stand either of the guys but feel that McCain would be better prepared for what may hit us in the future. Obama just seems to be "playing" President right now and it makes me even more disgusted with his politics.

 
At 2:42 PM, Blogger Metro said...

@Philipa
"I have hordes of simple-minded relatives ..."

*purses lips exceedingly tightly*

Kiss, kiss.

@Anonymous
Lady Thatcher would kill and cannibalize him within minutes of his arrival.

@Pugs
If I had a criticism of the G8 it'd be the name: I mean, what's wrong with "Us rich folks"?

"I can't stand either of the guys but feel that McCain would be better prepared for what may hit us in the future"

--You're planning a national nap? Or do you feel that the US will need to call someone else's nation a ©µπ7 sometime soon?

He's damn near eighty. It's time to clear out the aged white males and bring a little youth and power to the Oval Orifice.

Plus, everything John Kerry was accused of being, McCain has proven to be. He's tacked harder and harder to the right in order to signal his fitness to lead a party that is in such miserable disarray that not only have the rats fled the vessel, but there's a distinct sloshing sound from the first-class cabins on B deck.

McCain used to be someone I rather respected. He's traded that for iconism. Fine, but I'll cast my Canadian nonvote for Obama. Far more my kind of people than a stubborn, angry, bitter old man.

 

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