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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Yesterday, in Delusionland, President Disconnect had this to say about Iraq:
"You know, I hear people say, 'Well, civil war this, civil war that'. The Iraqi people decided against civil war when they went to the ballot box."
First of all, what a dumbass. Clearly, Bush doesn't know his history very well as it was the election of Lincoln, at the ballot box no less, that finally pushed the U.S. into its very own Civil War. Moran. (h/t Atta) Second of all, what a dick. Those 'people' he hears, that he's apparently annoyed by, are his own Generals. You know, the ones he insists he listens to?

'I can't heeeeaaar youuuuuu.'

Other things George has heard that he didn't give a shit about:
"All useless nonsense. Anyone wanna go fishing? Joe, you're with me, ain't ya?"

Atta boy!

One of my all time faves was when he went on Diane Sawyer in the midst of Katrina, acting all put out with the stranded victims. It went something like this, "You know, I understand people are frustrated, standing on roof tops waving signs that say 'save me'........ "When I hear people say "save me" this and "save me that" I say they chose not to be saved when the went to the ballot box."
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