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Friday, August 06, 2004

Lets try this again...

Not many responses to yesterday's post, but that's ok, Christine had a couple of funny ones there... I decided to start a new post with this one even though it could have been entered in with yesterdays... Anyway, courtesy of our buddy George W:

President Bush offered up a new entry for his catalog of "Bushisms" on Thursday, declaring that his administration will "never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people."

Do you really think he misspoke?

Here is the full article.


2 Comments:

Blogger ScottMackDaddy said...

Let's be honest..Bush is an idiot. John Kerry owes a huge round of thanks to Michael Moore for showing the world how big of an idiot he is. His true tendancies have been exposed in film for the world to see...granted there is some Mooreian spin doctoring I am sure but the truth lies in 2 things:

1) Britney said we should trust the president

2)
George W. Bush: There's an old saying in Tennessee... well, it's an old saying in Texas, I believe also in Tennessee. "Fool me once..."
[Pause]
George W. Bush: "... shame on you".
[Pause]
George W. Bush: "Fool me twice..."
[Pauses once again]
George W. Bush: "I'm not gonna get fooled again."

3:11 PM

 
Blogger thesparkthatbled said...

too bad most people only focus on how stupid bush is. we all know this, and it is disturbing to know that a majority of americans do support this idiot. but his 'bushisms' take the focus away from the real issues of the day, and the atrocities his administration is committing at home and abroad. kerry on the other hand is only 'diet bush'. he still bows down to the corporations and their cronies. americans are ignorant to what their leaders are doing, and they don't see that ralph nader is the only man on the ballot worth voting for, just like us canadians were too ignorant to see that the green party would be our best option (at least their platform compared to the other parties).

if bush wins in november it will be a very sad day, but maybe if he does, then the revolution can begin. that, or americans can kiss a lot of their freedoms goodbye, and can welcome in another 4 years of an administration who only cares for corporations and their interests, and will make americans more and more discriminatory.

god bless america indeed, because if there is a god, we will need him soon...

5:14 PM

 

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