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Bush Administration

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  1. moonbat  •  Mar 21, 2007 @12:11 pm

    God, this is brilliant:

    One thing that is fascinating about George Bush is how little he has grown in office. No, that’s not right. It’s not that he hasn’t grown, he has gotten smaller; less Presidential, more sad little man watching his paper boat circle the drain. After six years of playing The Decider he should at least have a thin candy shell of gravitas as opposed to coming across like one of those guys on Peoples Court who not only has an unshakable belief that people won’t see through his bullshit, but that no one will notice his artful comb-over either.

    A year or two into Bush’s first term, I overheard some right wing bozo express in awe how he thought Bush had grown. I’m certain the wingnut thought this way, not because Bush had made some particularly good decisions, but because Bush acted like the Daddy figure the wingnut wanted to see. And what a relief after Clinton.

  2. joanr16  •  Mar 21, 2007 @12:14 pm

    Yes, very nicely stated. I’d like to know more about this prophesied “Great Munchkin Uprising of 2021” (should I be storing up bottled water and stepladders?), but alas, no sound card on the work computer.

  3. noen  •  Mar 21, 2007 @1:52 pm

    “You want to read Tbogg”

    Yes, I do. that’s how I found your site. But you’re number one, honest.

    😉

  4. Daniel DiRito  •  Mar 21, 2007 @3:42 pm

    Defining George Bush: Head…meet board.

    See a tongue-in-cheek visual of George Bush once again beating his head with a board…as he searches for the Holy Grail…here:

    http://www.thoughttheater.com/2007/03/george_w_bush_in_search_of_the_holy_grail.php

  5. Swami  •  Mar 21, 2007 @11:18 pm

    What a pitiful display of leadership Bush presented by way of his little on air tantrum. He reeked of an alcoholic attitude and openly showed he is the prisoner of his lies. His act has worn so thin that no amount of dressing can revive the illusion of character he once portrayed and foisted upon the American public. Of course he didn’t grow in office..in order for growth to occur there needs to be at a minimum some viable substance of character to cultivate.

  6. emaldinak  •  Mar 21, 2007 @11:24 pm

    It would be much less serious if he didn’t have his finger on the big red button. What a position this country is in.



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