Monday, November 17, 2003

Sure, the Brits hate Bush now, but once they see him up close...

then they'll really wonder why the rest of us put up with the moronic, faux cowboy bastard.

Bush granted an exclusive to Rupert Murdoch's tabloid with boobs, The Sun:

Speaking on the eve of a two-day State Visit to the UK, the US President said: “I can’t imagine what it would be like if I were a mother or a dad to have lost a child.

That's why we're in Iraq, and why you're not qualified to be Commander-in-Chief.

You're also a contradictory liar:

“I understand how bad they hurt."

You're gonna have a hard time selling Europe on this one since they still have some semblance of a free press (outside of Rupert's holdings):

“I want your readers to know the military is my LAST choice, not first choice.”

Compassionate Conservatism: Promise hugs for the family members when you send their sons and daughters to die in a needless war.

See, I understand the consequences of war. I understand particularly when I go and hug the moms and dads and brothers and sisters and sons and daughters of those who died.

Not sure when this has happened, but we know it hasn't been at any soldier's funeral since he hasn't attended any.

Is the world a safer place since the war in Iraq? He replied: “Yes, much safer. The free world has recognised the threat.

Do you really think Bush said recognized with an "s"?

“In order to make the world safe, you’ve got to see reality.

“And the reality is that there are cold-blooded killers who are trying to intimidate, create fear and shape the will of the civilised world."

The problem is, most Europeans polled think that Bush tries "to intimidate, create fear and shape the will of the civilised world."

One of my vows to the American people is, I won’t forget the lessons of September 11, 2001.

That lesson for Dubya: Terrorism is great for poll ratings.

The Sun is beaming over its coup:

Sun beats the world

THE Sun scooped the world with its interview with Mr Bush — and it hasn’t gone down well with our rivals.

The President has given no one-on-one interviews this year with major US papers.

When asked why he chose The Sun, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan told miffed reporters: “It has a large readership.

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