Saturday, November 05, 2005
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Via Fark (oddly enough):

Q: Hi, Mr. President. Thank you. Did Karl Rove tell you the truth about his role in the CIA leak case? And do you owe the American people an apology for your administration's assertations that Karl Rove and Scooter Libby weren't involved?

THE PRESIDENT: We're going through a very serious investigation. And I will -- have told you before that I'm not going to discuss the investigation until it's completed. And we have got a -- my obligation is to set an agenda, and I've done that. And the agenda is fighting and winning the war on terror, and keeping the economic vitality and growth alive, dealing with the energy problem, nominating people to the Supreme Court that adhere to the philosophy that I can depend on -- Judge Alito being such a person. I noticed today that they've got a date. I'm disappointed in the date, but happy they do have a firm date for his confirmation hearing. We've got to recover from the hurricanes. So I've got a lot to do, and will continue to focus on the people's business.

Source: President's Remarks to the Travel Pool at Summit of the Americas in Argentina
I was watching "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" the other day, and they showed some clips of him talking about the bird flu, going on about how it could destroy the world, etc.

The funny thing was that he was quoted first as saying, "A pandemic is not like a natural disaster." Later on, "A pandemic is a lot like a forest fire."
Um, was that even English. I would give him a D in the senior lit class that I'm teaching right now.

- Pete
Bush really is Daily Show-fodder. Funny man, that Bush. If only his jokes weren't about serious things like wars and human rights. I'd much rather he joke about less serious things like sex with interns for the rest of his tenure as president.

It's like when Jesse Ventura was govornor of MN and making a whole bunch of ridiculous and offensive comments...people hated him. But then Pawlenty came in and turned MN into a gun-toting Texas-lite people want back Ventura -- at least he didn't really do anything.
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