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New ‘Bushism’ Born at Bill Signing

“Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we,” Bush said. “They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.”

See? Who said ingenuity is dead in America?
If the administration wants to hurt us too… well darn it, I guess it’s okay by me.

As long as it’s new and innovative.

Good for you, Mr. President.

In other unrelated news, Michael Moore suprisingly accepted a new job as Bush’s speechwriter yesterday…

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6 replies on “Pass the cigars around!”

  1. Bush is a total embarressment — it’s too bad too many people still think he is just misunderestimated. This country will end up in the toilet if he is office another 4 yrs.

  2. It’s widely believed that the trick Kerry has up his sleeve is that we’ll have International support again if he becomes President. Which is good… because we can’t fight terrorism alone.

    But I’m gonna miss these “Bushisms” after January, I tell ya! :0)

  3. We’re on the exact same wave length, Eric.
    I sooo had this article slapped in email and shot off INTO cyberspace within seconds of it hitting yahoo’s front mail page! LOL! Imagine the lost entertainment when Chimpy’s gone! :o( On the plus side I guess it does prove that anyone can grow up to be president..(provided they are born INTO overwhelming wealthy, of course)

  4. Bushy needs serious remedial work when it comes to writing/speaking!

    The first time I heard ‘misunderestimate’ I seriously thought it was an error, but Bushy repeated it in the following sentence! 😮

  5. Who says Kerry is the answer? Bush means and stands behind what he says with a true sense of conviction. (he may not always speak well)

    Bush should where a shirt saying take this job and shove it, but he’s not. The country is split 50/50. What can you do (on a personal level) to make the world and country a better place?

  6. Anon: Its just that its funny that’s all. A man who has had every golden opportunity handed to him and can’t even string a cohesive sentence together. I understand the fish bowl, but he does this all the time. As for Kerry, well, he isn’t internationally despised. I suppose some may see that as a more uniting force than what is in play now.

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