Scary Bush Stories

There have been enough scary stories about George W. Bush to fill a book. Every day, it’™s clearer that the Commander Guy is a few battalions shy of a surge. Then, I read something like this, ponder that Bush has another 18 months in office, and I cringe:

Friends of his from Texas were [...]

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There have been enough scary stories about George W. Bush to fill a book. Every day, it’™s clearer that the Commander Guy is a few battalions shy of a surge. Then, I read something like this, ponder that Bush has another 18 months in office, and I cringe:

Friends of his from Texas were shocked recently to find him nearly wild-eyed, thumping himself on the chest three times while he repeated ‘œI am the president!’ He also made it clear he was setting Iraq up so his successor could not get out of ‘œour country’™s destiny.’

Turn on your inner brain YouTube for a moment, and cue the imaginary video of The Decider stomping around the Oval Office in the midst of a messianic hizzy fit, while a group of associates gasp in shock and awe. Or better yet, in the Presidential Bedroom, wearing a Napoleon hat, boxer shorts, and black socks as Laura lays in bed reading a book, looking disapprovingly over the rim of her reading glasses: ‘œTime for nappies, George’¦’

Columnist Georgie Anne Geyer doesn’™t disclose who spilled the beans on Bush’™s tirade, but a pundit like Geyer doesn’™t write words like that without good sourcing. So, you can believe that the scene actually happened pretty much as described. It just jibes with prior accounts of Bush tantrums.

The guy has gone Queeg on us. He has a wide array of nuclear buttons at his disposal. Couple this with the alzheimer’™s patients in the regime who have a bad case of CRS (can’™t remember shit) under oath, and suddenly the tin foil prognostications regarding National Security Presidential Directive 51 look a little less Reynolds Wrap-ish.

Thursday, May 31st, 2007 by Richard Blair |

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