Blessings from above in the Rose Garden

So Bush had his cocky little press conference yesterday. Armed with the same talking points, and the invoking of al-Qaeda 19 times, he was ready to get stuck on stupid. The press conference was called after Democrats caved like a bunch of weak bottom feeders with no spines on the Iraq spending bill. Being the idiot that he is, Bush went as far as to say “They are a threat to your children, David,” to David Gregory of NBC. Jim Rutenberg of the New York Times, who has no children, was told “It’s a danger to your children, Jim,” by the madman that resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Rutenburg then asked the dunce, “Mr. President, why is he still at large?” referring to OBL. His royal highness then shot back with a Dubyaism:

“Why is he at large?” Bush shot back. “Because we haven’t got him yet, Jim.”

There’s that higher learning in action again! The whole thing was pretty much the usual repetition Bush is known for. The one thing was not in the norm, was the high point of the whole thing. Between his 10th and 11th mentions of al-Qaeda, a bird came along and dropped the very same thing Bush had to offer, right on his left sleeve! He reached over and wiped it off with his bare hand. There was more than blood on his hand at that moment.

Is there no safe haven for President Bush?

It happened midway through his news conference in the Rose Garden yesterday morning, in between his 10th and 11th mentions of al-Qaeda: A bird flew over the president and deposited a wet, white dropping on the upper left sleeve of his jacket. Bush wiped the mess off with his bare hand.

Make no mistake about it Mr. President, that bird speaks for many of us. We are in total agreement with it. A majority of us at that!

Cross Posted from The Katrinacrat Blog

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3 Responses to Blessings from above in the Rose Garden

  1. Ginny Cotts says:

    Gee, I’d been thinking that if I got close enough to Bush, spitting on him would be too good.

    Too bad we can’t all thank the bird. At least we can let Bush know we were really pleased with the bird’s performance.

    It did a heckuva job.

  2. “Too bad we can’t all thank the bird. At least we can let Bush know we were really pleased with the bird’s performance.”

    Now Ginny, don’t you know that it was a moonbat plot? That was all us! 😆

  3. ointed says:

    God? It usually means that he’s got a movement problem and it’s known that Luciferians use animals to make a point.