Wednesday, May 30, 2007

This just in: Bush Defends ______, Calls Critics ______

Back from my little hiatus, I somehow feel even less rested than before I left. But such is life. So it goes. I can't complain because who would listen. Nothing is certain but death and taxes. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

Speaking of certainties and Bush, I notice that not much changes anymore in terms of presidential headlines. There's really not much in the way of news access down at the seashore, but I feel as if I've missed nothing. I think there's a good chance we'll be stuck in the same news cycle until early 2009.

And that news cycle is as follows: Bush staunchly defends his policy on Iraq/immigration/global warming/political appointees/surveillance programs/various mishandling of various situations, and calls out any dissenters as stupid/unpatriotic/gay/godless/haters/jealous of how hot he is. Today, the issue just happened to be
immigration.

Those who dislike the bill "haven't read" it Bush said. Yes, yes. That's the ONLY explanation that comes to my mind as well. No need to argue...Congress just don't understand! They don't get the depth of his policies, or they just don't bother. And that's all. Next question. Oh, wait. I'm not taking any more freaking questions. Smithers, release the hounds.

Now, that's better. Maybe now we can get on to the next news cycle, when I will defend X. That will be a refreshing change. Can't wait!!!

Hyperlink:
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Bush Blasts GOP Immigration Critics [Washington Post]

2 comments:

i.p. daily said...

I believe something of note did happen in politics last week. Our recently empowered Democratic congress passed a deadline free war appropriations bill. That's right folks - you spoke up, and no one listened. Bush now has enough money in his war chest to fund Iraq through the end of his presidency. You hear that grinding sound? It's the sound of the system. It just stopped working.

TheDymond said...

You sound exhausted MSH. You could use a nice, relaxing weekend at Dewey Beach.