Thursday, June 01, 2006

You Know It's Bad When...

In a valiant attempt to shore up sagging poll numbers, and to appeal to his core constituency, President Bush yesterday began rehearsals for his debut as a gospel singer.

Posted by FleshPresser at 12:02 AM /


  • Blogger Lizbeth posted at 12:12 AM  
    You are so fantatsic. This totally made my day. So did some news about you. Congrats to you :)

  • Blogger Hakim Abdullah posted at 3:46 PM  
    If only he could have put as much passion into the needs of the American people as he did with War efforts.

    I'm not knocking him though... it is a tough job for anyone, being President that is.

  • Blogger FleshPresser posted at 4:04 PM  
    You're right. It is a tough job. I blame him for the job he does in the same way I might not take pity on people who join the military thinking that it'll be a great way to see the world and earn money for school. The military's primary purpose is going into battle, and if that primary fact is lost on an individual, they shouldn't be there.

    In the same sense, Bush obviously signed up for a job that he had no qualifications for, and that was WAY beyond his capabilities. As such, he shouldn't be there.

    I also blame the American people who were foolish enough to vote for him, simply because he was the candidate that the Republican party put in front of them... "here he is... he's the Republican this time... so if you want to be a good Republican, this is the guy you have to blindly vote for and follow and defend, despite all his shortcomings"

    Let's face it... I'm a LIBERAL (and fiercely proud of it)... but even if I was forced to vote for a Republican... we ALL know there are far better leaders in the Republican party than George Dubya.

    It's a sad moment in the history of the Republican party for having elevated him to the position he's in, and it'll be a dark part of America's history for letting him get there and not doing anything about it.

  • Blogger Kevin posted at 5:52 PM  
    Well put, fleshpresser. A guy who is in the running for "worst president in U.S. history" doesn't end up like that for no reason. He does not belong.

    Furthermore, I do not think he belongs because he does nothing and is a puppet. I think Cheney and Rumsfeld have been leading this nation for a long time now and he has just been around as a representative of what they want. Since I think he is no longer leading, he should step down so we can take on the real issues: Cheney and Rumsfeld. Hell, add Condi too.

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