Thursday, September 27, 2007

Bush -- The beginning of the end?

Even though Herr Doktor Ole Prefesser thinks NPR is losing its mind not to interview his holiness fucknutBush. I have to reiterate what I brought up in the roundtable earlier this month, Bush thinks he is going to head up his "Freedom Institute" and travel around the country to adoring crowds eager to listen to his insane ramblings on what a great president he was.

First, Mr. Bush said, “I’ll give some speeches, just to replenish the ol’ coffers.” With assets that have been estimated as high as nearly $21 million, Mr. Bush added, “I don’t know what my dad gets — it’s more than 50-75” thousand dollars a speech, and “Clinton’s making a lot of money.”

The "ol' coffers" [Stewart : heh heh heh], fucking idiot. He might manage to crap out a clearly ghost written slim volume of Jack Handy type aphorisms soon to be fodder for wits country-wide sitting around in coffee shops and then left behind in the bathroom. But speeches? Public appearances? Hardy fucking har. The most hated president in a century, if not ever. More like the WTO conference in Seattle. Tear gas and rubber bullets. I pity the secret service after jackass is not longer holding office. Talk about getting a bad duty station. If I was an agent I would be seriously trying to keep my screw ups small until they finish picking that detail.

Same goes for the others in Bush's circle. Its started already for Rumsfeld. The Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce in Kansas cancelled a scheduled speech after too many complaints. A Chamber of Commerce, in Kansas! Anybody want to guess how many liberals are members there? And now faculty and students at Stanford University have more than 3,200 signatures trying to block an appointment to the Hoover Institute for the old murdering incompetent.
"We view the appointment as fundamentally incompatible with the ethical values of truthfulness, tolerance, disinterested enquiry, respect for national and international laws and care of the opinions, property and lives of others to which Stanford in inalienably committed," the petition reads.

Rice's alma mater! Lordy Jebus... whats the world coming to. I guess you go to eternity with the reputation you earned not the one you think you have made or something...

No, I hope there are many things in store for our nations worst president, but giving speeches to crowds larger than 20 is not in the cards. I think he will get some money out of any appearances he makes. There is always the freak show factor, but its pretty much "This way to the Great Egress" for Mr. Bush and the obscurity he so richly deserves.