Tuesday, June 21, 2005

A Real Man of the People


The Houston Chronicle recently ran a piece about the "rules of decorum" our Chimp expects at the White House.

After describing a scene in which this sociopath got pissy over a reporter's tie, the Chronicle goes on to note a particularly petulant display:


Bush recently hosted South Korean President Roh Moo-hyn in the Oval Office, where he was visibly annoyed by the nonchalance of visiting South Korean newsmen.


Members of the White House press corps understand that, as a rule, touching the furniture in the Oval Office is strictly forbidden. Even when Bush brings a group of journalists in for an informal chat, he does not invite them to sit.

So it was with unconcealed consternation that Bush sat through a brief question and answer session with the South Korean president, while two sound engineers from the South Korean press corps sprawled on a couch to get a good position for the remarks.

The generally loquacious Bush delivered his comments in short, abrupt sentences with a tone of impatience.

So profound was his air of injury that at one point, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, standing against a wall, stepped forward to peer at the offending sound technicians.

It's amazing how the media, particularly the White House press corps - the same ones who aren't allowed to touch the furniture - were able to sell our Mad Emperor as some kind of down home man of the people for two election cycles. What a fraud.

1 Comments:

Blogger Republican Piglet said...

I hope you burn in hell for posting pictures of our President like that. God speaks through him and you don't have the right to make fun of God's Speaker.

You forget that we were attacked on Sept 11th by the terrorists in Iraq. I'm turning you in. One day they will find YOU in a hidey hole the way they found Saddam bin Laden in a hole.

It's better to fight the terrorists over there rather than over here.

You must be a homo. You must hate America and God, you atheist. It's people like you who put our soldiers in harms way. I would pray for your soul, but I don't think you have one.

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