Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The Tuesday ‘BushWhack’ing

Another day closer to the end of another month… one question; where the Hell did November go??

  • Hilarious headline of the day; “Bush’s Mideast Legacy on the Line at Peace Conference.” Um… one question, how can he have a legacy considering this is the FIRST time, in 7 plus years in office, that he has hosted a Mid-East conference? It’s certainly not based on his past dealings there; Afghanistan, Iraq, etc…
  • The republican presidential candidates are starting to snipe at each like the Democrats as Mitt Romney sent a harsh message to former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee by calling him a tax-raising, illegal immigrant-coddling liberal and then said that Huckabee is no Jack Kennedy Ronald Reagan… (but then again, neither is Romney… or Thompson… or Giuliani… as a Liberal, I believe that Ronald Reagan was one of a kind, and the gop needs to realize that and, instead of trying to find the next Reagan, should busy themselves with fixing their image from within)
  • Vice President Dick “President” Cheney is back at work after doctors used an electrical current to correct his irregular heartbeat… wow, talk about snark overload…
  • He’s a former commanding general in Iraq, unable to get a fourth star and forced into retirement partly for his role in a prison scandal… she’s the speaker of the House., desperate to end a war that HE helped start… (Wow, this has the makings of a REALLY bad sitcom; someone call Fox and let them know we have a new show for them…)
  • The United States and Iraq signed a plan for “bilateral relations”, meaning that the stage has been set for a ong-term presence of American troops in Iraq… (wow, I didn’t see that coming… it’s so hard to express sarcasm in the written form)
  • And have we mentioned? That “President” Bush hosted (President) Gore at the White House yesterday? It’s true; Bush hosted Gore in honor of Gore’s Nobel Prize win. According to Gore, the two talked about global warming the entire meeting. No word if Gore used small words and lots of pictures in his conversation with Bush…

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