Friday, January 18, 2008

Look! Frankenstein Post! Run for the hills!

"If we strategerize the economizing, cutting taxes for corporatisms, then good docs won't leave and can practice their love of women folk and the mens can work two and three jobs, which is uniquely American."

"What a fucking idiot."

"I know someones who reads papers, and he says Bobby Fisherman is dead. I always liked fishing growing up. Checkers, too. King me - oh, wait, ya'll already did, heh, heh."

"What a fucking idiot."

"I predictioned there will be peace in the Middle East by the time my terms is done."

"What a fucking idiot."

"Now hang on a sec Paulie, I didn't say when I'd be leavin', heh, heh."


Candace said...

Bwahahahaaaaaaa! What a fucking idiot. Thanks for the larf. Except, it's all so true.

Mary Ellen said...

I feel so much better now that Bush said that our economy is strong and we're still "creatin' jobs", and it's good that the stock market is fluctuating because that stimulates creativity in the job market. Wow...and I thought we were in a recession. How could I be so wrong?

Thank goodness we have George to clear up all that misinformation.

I think I'll just ask the government to keep my check. It sounds like I won't be needing it.

Dean Wormer said...

I imagine that's pretty much how the conversation went.

Amazing how close you got it. Were you there, by chance?

Randal Graves said...

Candace, I want my president to be far more erudite than I, more intelligent, worldly, with a supreme grasp of the English language. This guy is a fucking teenage gas station employee in a suit. No offense to the teenage gas station attendants.

ME, you know who needs your check? Halliburton.

Dean Wormer, in a way I was. What I did was to [redacted in the name of national security].

Damn you, DHS! I swear, once the citizens know all about [redacted in the name of national security], there will be hell to pay!

Mary Ellen said...

Randal-That's a great idea! Maybe I'll split it between Halliburton and Blackwater, I want to spread the love, ya know?

I was surprised to see Cheney crawl out from under his rock to attend Bush's press conference today. I was hoping he was dead, but just like Mr.Burns in the Simpsons, he keeps on ticking.

Distributorcap said...

i am with ME -- i was hoping cheney finally kicked the bucket...but sadly he came out of his hovel to show his support for his boss.

funny thing -- bush actually BELIEVES things are good and a $500 check to fill your tank will work. sad thing is Paulson KNOWS it is a charade, but has sold his soul to the 666-decider and just does as he is told

Randal Graves said...

ME, absolutely. Hell, have you seen Neidermeyer recently? Dire need of a haircut, the fucking hippie.

"Have the Rolling Stones killed."
"But, sir -"
"Do as I say!"

dcap, I'm starting to wonder if the real Cheney is always at his Undisclosed Location® and these are merely replicants. And you're right, and that's what is frustrating. Everyone around him, even the most evil of the bunch, knows this is a useless gesture. Of course, then we get Matt Lauer asking Cramer why they just don't lie about the economy. Lovely.

TomCat said...

Randal, I have to take issue with you on one thing. Have you considered that your appellation besmirches the reputation and integrity of all fucking idiots everywhere? What have they done to be slandered and demeaned with comparison to GW Bush?


Randal Graves said...

You know, you are indeed correct. I humbly apologize for any pain I've unjustly caused all the fucking idiots who haven't wrecked the country with their idiot fuckery. ;-)

Anonymous said...

I guess we should all worry about this cocksucker's legacy,huh? His legacy/our nightmare.

Course I'm reminded of the old saying,"How can we legacy you if you never go away?" or something like that.

Candace said...

Our local classic rock radio station plays "Are you smarter than the President?" every morning. It's hilarious. Except, you know, that it's not.

Randal Graves said...

dcup, "leave? Heh heh, this presidentin' thing is interesting. You meet unique people, terrorists and dictators. Why leave? heh, heh."

Candace, Dubya is living proof that connections can provide for even the most unqualified, incompetent person. Which, hey, if that's for the manager of a McDonald's, I can live with that. Not for this.

Tom Harper said...

That last sentence sums it up: he ain't leaving. But the good news is, while Bush is in office we'll find a cure for cancer and invent a car that runs on air.

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