Friday, March 14, 2008

The latest stupid Chimpy statement

This is rich:

“I must say, I’m a little envious,” Bush said. “If I were slightly younger and not employed here, I think it would be a fantastic experience to be on the front lines of helping this young democracy succeed.”

“It must be exciting for you … in some ways romantic, in some ways, you know, confronting danger. You’re really making history, and thanks,” Bush said.

Apparently, lacking any real war experience despite his claim to be a "war president" and his oh-so-dangerous Vietnam deployment to Alabama, Chimpy thinks war looks more like this:

than this:

(AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

Real fucking romantic. If only he WERE "not employed here," none of this shit would be happening.


dguzman said...

I guess this isn't the latest stupid statement, as he's making a statement on our BOOMING economy this afternoon...

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Dr. Zaius said...

THe only thing wrong with that picture is that Bush is punching his fascist friend Hitler. Bush dressed as Captain America is an insult to America! BUt you are probably right, he sees himself as some kind of twisted hero.

Randal Graves said...

"It's not just a job, I know, 'cause jobs are leavin', heh heh, it's an adventure. Now where's the chick who'll swoon in ma arms after I defeet the turrists."

Why can't the cosmos drop a series of meteorites on all these fuckers.

fairlane said...

What a complete fucking asshole.

What else can you say about the "man?" (I use that word loosely).

He's living out his childhood fantasy of not only, at last, being adequate, but of actually being superior.

Dr. Z is correct, Bush and Hitler share many similar personality traits.

Hitler too was "misunderstood," and once in power, all the years of people ignoring his innate greatness coupled with his extreme self-doubt/hatred, grandiosity, and repressed anger/resentment were let loose on the world.

The self-loather is always the most dangerous, and Chimpy is, without a modicum of doubt, a self-loather.

I guess there is more to say about him.

no_slappz said...

Abraham Lincoln had no military experience. But he took the US into the Civil War which claimed more American lives -- North and South -- than any other conflict, ever.

Lincoln said we must preserve the Union, even if it meant massive destruction of some parts. I don't think anyone has reconsidered his actions to the point of claiming the Civil War could have avoided while keeping the Union intact.

There are surely those who believe the US should have separated into two countries while allowing slavery to exist in one of them.

It wouldn't surprise me to learn that similar words about budding democracies were spoken in 1952 when Germany and Japan were finally in shape to go forward without US management.

Don't forget that even though the shooting in WWII stopped in 1945, the restructuring of Germany and Japan took seven more years of US involvement. Is anyone squawking about the Halliburtons and KBRs of the post-WWII era? No.

Karen Zipdrive said...

no slappz, your writing style makes it a little hard to decipher what your point was, but if you were in any way impying that that the aggregious, sociopathic blunders Bush has made over the last eight years will one day be vindicated by historians, might I suggest you are delusional as hell?
History may compare Bush to other world leaders, but they'll more likely compare Bush to Idi Amin and Adolph Hitler than to Lincoln.

Distributorcap said...

karen -- i am right with you on slappz --- bush will go down as the most inept, incompetent, lying sack of shit to ever 'grace' the halls of power in Washington

vindication is not an option. and when all the 'secret' stuff comes out --- he might start making Idi AMin look like Florence Nightengale

fairlane said...

No Slappz is getting to be like HPV.

Everyone has it.

Mauigirl said...

This guy is so out of touch with reality it's really scary.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I do agree.

no_slappz said...

Reviling Bush has become such a consuming pastime that I wonder how much thought has been given to the alternative.

What would the US have done after 9/11 if Al Gore were president?

Anyone care to speculate on that?

Would Al have been elected to a second term? What steps would he have taken in the middle east? What domestic policies would he have pushed?

Matty Boy said...

Maybe he can get Jenna or Babs, whichever one isn't getting married, to go do this romantic job in his place. Or one of his many nieces or nephews, proud patriots all!

Karen Zipdrive said...

no slappz,
Okay, at first I thought you were possibly delusional, but after your ridiculous second comment, "delusional" would be a compliment.
I think anyone with even a sliver of gray matter would KNOW that Al Gore wouldn't have committed the same crimes and shown the same ineptitude as Bush.
If you think Bush has done even a marginally good job on ANYTHING, you are crazier than a rat in a coffee can.
Now take your dumb ass out of here.

Mary Ellen said...

When I heard what Bush said, I literally had to turn off the TV and walk out of the room. It makes me sick to think that hypocrite got his special favors so he wouldn't have to go to Viet Nam. He let some other guy die or lose his legs in his place. Asshole. The way I figure it, those soldiers who had to sit there and listen to that bullshit dripping from his mouth are among the real hero's in this war...they didn't take their guns and blow his brains out on the spot, which is what I probably would have done.

no_slappz said...

karen zipdrive, I asked you for your ideas of what Al Gore would have done as president.

But, like the garden variety yakker you seem to be, you offered nothing. Just the empty claim that he would have doen something different. And then you returned to harping about Bush.

In other words, you have no thoughts on how the world might have spun under a different administration.

There is no doubt 9/11 would have occurred.

Try again. What would Al have done?

dguzman said...


Dr. Z--that's definitely how he sees himself. Apologies for the terrible image work, Dr. Z--no photoshop available for me.

Randal--if only that satellite had fallen on him!

Fairlane--I think you hit it right on the head--the fantasy of being "in charge" and important probably started early for this guy.

Slappy--Get off the blog. Go spew your crap somewhere else. Comment moderation is back on as of now, folks--sorry, but I'm not having that shit on my blog.

KarenZD--I love your retorts! Anyone who thinks Al Gore would've been as stupid as Bush--to squander what was the ideal opportunity to put down our sword of empire and take up a truly global alliance with other countries--is an idiot and has no sense of reality.

Mary Ellen said...

Hey, dguzman, I just added an update of an Irish saying for Bush on the bottom of my post today. I think you might enjoy it.

Karen Zipdrive said...

I have long since stopped taking the time and doing the research to reply to stupid asses' demands for explanations about what someone besides Bush might have done in any given situation.
I find a simple, "fuck you" more than amply gives these Bush apologists the answer they deserve.
So, NoSlappz, there's your answer.
Let me know if you need definitions for "fuck" or "you."

dguzman said...

Zip--you. rock. so. fucking. hard.