George W. Bush is a Slow-Witted Liar and I Hate Him!
7/30/2011, 6:04 pm
My fellow comrades:
As the subject line indicates, George W. Bush is a slow-witted liar. And I hate him. He is so slow-witted that on September 11, 2001, it took him seven whole minutes to realize what he should have known already, since he was in on the conspiracy—that planes had flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.
You’d think that he couldn’t get any more slow-witted than that, but no. Look at how long it took him to come up with an explanation—and a pretty lame one at that—for why he just sat there for seven minutes like the creeping slug he is, trail of slime and all . . .
Almost ten years!
Ten years to come up with a half-baked, half-assed, half-witted lie—jeez, you’d think someone who lies as much as he does would at least be good at it—in desperate hope of covering up his unprecedented stupidity. You’d think there could be no greater testimony than this to his unparalleled ignorance and inimitable ineptitude, but I’m sure there are such testimonies and rest assured they are legion.
Read this, if you dare, and I will dare you not to puke:
http://news.yahoo.com/bush-explains-slo ... 50794.html
- «Former President George W. Bushsays his apparent lack of reaction to the first news of the September 11 2001 attacks was a conscious decision to project an aura of calm in a crisis.
But still Bush lies, while thousands die:
- «My first reaction was anger. Who the hell would do that to America? Then I immediately focused on the children, and the contrast between the attack and the innocence of children," Bush says in an excerpt of the interview shown to television writers on Thursday.
But wait, there’s more . . .
- «Bush said he quickly realized that a lot of people beyond the classroom would be watching for his reaction.
But the narcissism doesn’t stop there. Just look at how many times he says “I” in this statement:
- « "So I made the decision not to jump up immediately and leave the classroom. I didn't want to rattle the kids. I wanted to project a sense of calm," he said of his decision to remain seated and silent.
- «Executive producer and director Peter Schnall said Bush, who has adopted a low public profile since leaving office in January 2009, brought no notes to the interview.
- «"What you hear is the personal story of a man who also happened to be our president.
Listening to him describe how he grappled with a sense of anger and frustration coupled with his personal mandate to lead our country through this devastating attack was incredibly powerful," Schnall said.
I don’t believe any of this, comrades. To believe it would require me to accept that maybe George W. Bush once told the truth. That maybe he cares, even if he doesn’t care as much as I do. That maybe he isn’t the vilest, most depraved clump of cells ever to multiply in the swamp from whence he surely emerged.
No, he had some other reason for just sitting there, and the only possible explanation is that he was too stupid to know what to do.
Now, if anyone has any dumber ideas about why he just sat there, I’d like to hear them.
Commissarka Pinkie is a regular contributor to The People’s Cube, and is renowned and admired by the masses for her dedication to raising awareness of how much she cares. When she isn’t busy making an issue out of everything, she likes to unwind by beating proles with her shovel, spending other people’s money, and indulging her Obamaphilia with Obamabilia until she’s Obamabilious.
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