Thursday, February 23, 2006

Sun King speaks, part II

A couple of days ago I flagged Bush's telling comment about how Congress should stop making trouble for "our government." It now seems that Bush has been told to lay off the royal plural, but the sentiment remains the same. FromNews Hounds:

"The more people learn about the (pause) transaction, that has been scrutinized and approved by my government, the more they'll be comforted that our ports will be secure."

We are not amused.


Blogger <-<--esoder<---<----<----- said...

Finally! Something Randi Rhodes and Michael Savage can agree on! And Bush (can we start calling him "Dubia" instead of "Dubya?") is finally living up to his campaign promise of being a uniter, not a divider.

I had one of those rare days where I had to commute to San Francisco today. 5 hours in the car, all told. So I tuned in to talk radio. When I couldn't tune Air America, I scanned and ended up with Savage Nation. Randi and Savage were making the SAME ARGUMENTS! It was amazing. Only Savage was taking crtedit for the uproar. Said he got his listeners to e-mail their Representatives in Congress.

Here's where he went way off the charts on the whacko scale - he said talk radio deserves the credit for this story taking off - "It wasn't the blogosphere." You know, because people who listen to and call in to right wing hate radio so often e-mail their representatives, and internet users never click on the handy links to do the same.

He was particularly upset by the phrase "my government" and it got him thinking a bit, it seems. Then he went off on a New World Order rant involving the Bush clan, Madileine Albright, Bob Dole, Snow, and Jimmy Carter.

Anyway - he's a nut job, but it's nice to have the nut jobs on our side for a change, you know? Maybe they'll start looking at other things they have given this administration the benefit of the doubt on so far.

11:52 PM  
Anonymous Via said...

Dubyai's most telling comment was,
"This deal wouldn't go forward if we were concerned about the security for the United States of America".

12:44 PM  

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