Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Bush Tours America to Survey Damage Caused by His Disastrous Presidency

Although we know that Bush is in Japan at the G-8 meeting, we can always fantasize.

And, by the way, what's the deal with the G-8? Is its relationship to the U.N. analogous to a little clique of the popular kids that ignores the student council and really runs the high school?

Here is where Bush ought to be:

Bush Tours America To Survey Damage Caused By His Disastrous Presidency
Bush Tours America To Survey Damage Caused By His Disastrous Presidency

12 comments:

DivaJood said...

I loved that the G8, meeting to discuss the World Food Crisis, starts with a 6 course luncheon and an 8 course dinner.

FranIAm said...

Holy crap!!! It is funny but of course it is not.

And Divajood is so right!

FranIAm said...

Check out this post - I saw it and thought of Divajood's comment.

DivaJood said...

quite a disgusting menu, actually, given the topic of their meetings. Just the arrogance of calling it a "working luncheon" alone makes me puke. But it goes on, and on, and on, and on. What a disaster.

dada said...

Thanks for this video, B.E.

I guess folks in San Francisco, realizing Bush really does care about all the damage he's inflicted on the country, have decided to honor him.

An article in yesterday's paper said they are discussing renaming a sewerage plant after him. As one described, "It would be a fitting honor."

Border Explorer said...

It'll be a fine day in January '08 when we can flush Bush's era. Let's hope he takes a passel of Repubs down the drain with him.

Thanks, Fran, for the link...and Diva, I think you're shining brilliantly on this G8 topic. I was heartened by the Buddhist saying Enigma cited today: "If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking." If I can't control what those disgusting non-leaders do (and I can't), I'll keep walking my path.

Beach Bum said...

While it may be hard to believe I actually think McCain will be worse than Bush if by some nightmare he gets elected. The old fart is at least a couple of chicken nuggets shy of a full happy meal.

Border Explorer said...

Welcome, Beach Bum. A McCain victory would be a nightmare and the end of any hope. Your Happy Meal analogy cracked me up, however, I suggest that a Happy Meal might serve well for the G-8 "working luncheon." It would promote corporate interests and isn't making the uber-rich happy what G-8 is all about?

[And, everybody, of course I meant January '09 (not '08) in my previous comment. Do as Mr. B.E. does, please, and listen to what I meant and not what I said.]

enigma4ever said...

you and Divajood brought up the truth...sadly....I have some places I would take Bush...my own neioghborhood- full of empty houses...and I know where most of the Homeless folks are too..he could help hand out waters with me....

yeah..right...

( good video choice Explorer....)

Border Explorer said...

Unfortunately, Enigma, I'm afraid you'll have more and more "customers" for that free water in the coming months. [BTW, hope you're stomach is settling from that nasty whatever-it-was.]

D.K. Raed said...

This reminds me ... I read some article yesterday about unexpectedly tough police reaction to the expected G8 protests. They called it an occasionally violent protest, but the only violence seemed to come from the riot police. See, there Bush goes again ... speading riots and riot control wherever he appears!

Border Explorer said...

He'll take us all down, that man.

One more thought on the G-8 food angle: consider the Gospel story of The Rich Man and Lazarus. What-in-the-heck Gospel do these self-proclaimed "Christians" (like Bush) hear in Church? The message is crystal clear in that story. And the G-8 would be The Rich Man in our contemporary world. But likely many of those leaders think they are so altruistic, so "Christian" to sit around and discuss world hunger during the 6 course luncheon, after which they're rewarded by an 8 course dinner.