Monday, February 19, 2007

Happy President's Day

This bit from Daily Kos' BarbinMD is knee-slappin' hilarious:

Today George W. Bush attended ceremonies at Mount Vernon to honor the 275th birthday of George Washington, a.k.a., the Father of our Country. Said Bush:

You know, George Washington was born about 80 miles down the river from Mount Vernon in the year 1732. As a young man, he went West, and explored the frontier, and it changed his life. As he grew older, he became convinced that America had a great westward destiny as a nation of free people, independent of the empires of Europe. George Washington became the central figure in our nation's struggle for independence. At age 43, he took command of the Continental Army. At age 51, he was a triumphant hero of the war. And at age 57, he was the obvious and only choice to be the first President of the United States.

Now let's imagine George Washington's response.

You know, George Bush was born about 300 miles north of here in the year 1946. As a young man, he was an average student, became a cheerleader and developed a taste for alcohol. As he grew older, he became convinced that he didn't want to go to Vietnam, avoided serving both there and in the Texas Air National Guard and discovered cocaine. At age 32, he ran for Congress and lost. At age 40, he failed in the oil business. At age 43, he bought a baseball team and traded away Sammy Sosa. At age 48, he became the Governor of Texas. At age, 54 the Supreme Court named him President of the United States. And now 60 years old, having waged two losing war efforts that has cost America its moral standing in the world, hundreds of thousands of lives and billions of dollars, he is the obvious and only choice to be the worst President of the United States.



At 4:01 PM, Blogger kat said...

Apparently there are lots of people who actually get today off of work to celebrate the greatness that is George W. Bush. I am, unfortunately (or would that be fortunately?) not one of them.

At 4:10 PM, Blogger Agen said...

As a freelancer, there's no such thing as a holiday...


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