Friday, April 20, 2007

While the AG Twists in the Wind, Bush Brags

In the midst of everything going wrong that could possibly go wrong, our Prez escaped to Tippecanoe High School in Tipp City, Ohio yesterday to tell a friendly audience of 500 southern Ohioans about his thinking. Bush was accompanied by John A. Boehner, the minority leader in the House who is Tipp City’s representative. With the progress in Iraq running in reverse, Republican seats in Congress in jeopardy, the president’s great friend and flunky Attorney General Alberto Gonzales coming across like a buffoon, and the president’s popularity at zero, the oblivious George W. Bush told his handpicked audience he wouldn’t knuckle under to negative opinion polls and that he believed he’d be vindicated by history. “Let me put it to you this way,” Bush said, “When it’s all said and done, when Laura and I head back home — which at this moment will be Crawford, Tex. — I will get there and look in the mirror, and I will say, ‘I came with a set of principles and I didn’t try to change my principles to make me popular.” The operative words in the above sentence are “at this moment”. There is still that matter of the 100,000-acre ranch that Bush twin Jenna scoped out for her dad in Paraguay while she was “working” for UNICEF. Rumors say the Prez is now the owner of that ranch. George W. Bush and his set of principles would probably be very happy in South America. Hitler’s buddies really liked Argentina.

1 comment:

Barry Schwartz said...

Wherever he goes, he'll have to turn it into a moated castle.