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Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Oh no he DINT!
Oh yes he DID. During his press briefing to concede having his ass handed to him, President Bush said "I recognize that many Americans voted last night to register their displeasure with the lack of progress being made" in Iraq. Yeah, well DUH.

THEN he proceeded to say:"In my first act of bipartisan outreach since the election, I shared with her [Pelosi] the names of some Republican interior decorators who can help her pick out the the new drapes for her new offices."

I am SO not kidding. He really is that clueless. Hello? The first FEMALE Speaker of the House? The most politically powerful woman in government - EVER? And he goes for an interior design joke? How patronizing is that? How could he have his foot so far up his ass that it comes out his mouth? How?

Never mind. That was a rhetorical question. Sheesh.
posted by Broadsheet @ 6:54 PM  
1 Editorial Opinions:
  • At November 09, 2006, Blogger jwer said…

    You know, while I think he is dumber than a wet bag of hammers, I don't really think this is anywhere near his dumbest utterance.

    I mean, think about it. What's the Presidency to him but a chance to play grown-up? I don't have much trouble believing that when he imagines what it'd be like for someone to get a new office, the first thing he thinks about is redecorating. He probably thought it was immensely clever to suggest that the IDs be Republican, ha ha.

    But if he was really being a sexist neanderthal, instead of just a nonsensical boob, he would've said "but then I realized that she's a woman, so won't need any help, har har..."

    Down in flames! Hooray!

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