Monday, March 31, 2008

The Monday ‘BushWhack’ing

Another week starts as another month ends…

  • The Bush(whacked) Administration is proposing this morning a massive overhaul in the financial markets (this should end well… and by well I mean utter, complete and total chaos and anarchy)
  • “President” Bush is heading to his last (YAY!) NATO summit today in Bucharest, Romania where he is expected to keep pressure on NATO allies (if he has any left) to help more with Afghanistan. He will then travel to Russian to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin… so it’s entirely possible that by the time he gets back, he will have estranged himself further from Russia and NATO and, well, every other person in Europe…
  • Having come under intense and widespread criticism (which is a Bush appointee trait) for cronyism and corruption within his department, HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson is going to resign effective April 18th today
  • CNN headline;McCain looks ahead as Dems duke it out.” (That’s some crack reporting there guys, thanks…)
  • After a myriad of calls for her to drop out of the race, Sen. Clinton said this past weekend that she has no plans to quit the race until the convention… stay tuned.
  • Former presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry was stumping for Sen. Obama this past weekend and spoke what could very well be the truest words he’s ever uttered; “"It is very important for both people (Obama & Clinton) to keep the eye on the real target — John McCain and the Republican disaster of the last seven and a half years." (Amen John! Amen!!! I’ll have a post about THIS later…)
  • Proving why people are listening to him and NOT James “Mr. Mary Matalin” Carville, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is vowing to not “stoop to Carville’s level” after Carville’s inane and incredibly un-apt comparisons of Richardson to Judas…(besides, if anyone is a Judas, it’s Carville, who has admitted he shares his secrets with Mary Matalin, one of Cheney's top aides)
  • And have we mentioned? That “President” Bush was greeted with a resounding chorus of boos last night when he delivered the first pitch at the Nationals-Braves game? It’s true; after he was announced, the audience showered Bush with boos as he strode to the mound and delivered the pitch, with it not stopping until he disappeared from the field (my mother told me to never take pleasure in other people’s misery, but she makes an exception for Bush, so to this I say; Hah Hah!)

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