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Category Archives: George Bush Junior
In 2007, the United States was subject to a massive, successful cyberattack — and the Bush administration thought it best not to cause panic by telling us.
This is my 300th blog post since I came to Blogger. Woot! Let’s hear it for 300… Ahem…actually, for this three-hundredth blog, I would like to apologize to the blogosphere. I’ve waited more than seven years to write this. That’s … Continue reading
Oh, listen, my wingnuts, a story you’ll hear.A song I will sing you; ’twill fill you with cheer.A charming young Bush-son was chosen one Fall,To bankrupt the country with no flaws at all. No flaws at all. No flaws at … Continue reading
For eight years, David Letterman and John Stewart have done a better job of telling us the truth about George Bush than the MSM. Go figure.
A decade ago,I never thought Bush forty-threewould have the country on the verge ofspontaneous implosion. -Woe-is-we.-But I guess that it comeswith the terrorist threat,An ominous landscape ofnever-ending piling-up debt.I’m tuning it out,I don’t wanna seecause I have had all I … Continue reading
Junior’s ‘legacy project’ was destroyed over the weekend by a pair of shoes. In case you’ve been living in a cave, here’s the video: There are some liberal bloggers out there expressing concern at the sight of such disrespect to … Continue reading
Apologies to A. A. Milne Prince George was not a good man —And in his latter days,World leaders did not shake his hand,Much to his amaze.At G-20 meetings,When lining up on stage,They whispered of his ruined brand,And did not offer … Continue reading
The Decider was in such a hurry to complete a Status Of Forces Agreement with Iraq that he made some major concessions. Actually, he kind of conceded the whole War on Terror thing. In what has to be the strangest … Continue reading