Wednesday, September 05, 2007
This report from the Associated press has got me riled up. Apparently, it's perfectly acceptable in this year of 2007 for the President of the United States to refer to his female Secretary of State as his "date."
"She can be my date," the president said, reaching out his left hand to touch Rice's arm as they stood before the cameras at a dinner hosted by Prime Minister John Howard and his wife Janette at their residence, Kirribilli House .
I'M HIS "DATE!" HE'S SO CUTE! TEE HEE! "DEAR DIARY, GEORGE CALLED ME HIS "DATE." TONIGHT. THEN HE TOUCHED MY HAND! SWOON! I HOPE IT MEANS HE LIKES ME."
More from the same story.......
"First lady Laura Bush had stayed back in Washington, saying a pinched nerve prevented her from taking long flights."
RIGHT! LAURA HAS A "PINCHED NERVE!" IS THAT WHAT THEY CALL THE INABILITY TO SIT NEXT TO AN IDIOT, TO WHOM YOU ARE UNFORTUNATELY MARRIED, FOR OVER 16 HOURS AS YOU FLY TO AUSTRALIA?
"Bush rode across Sydney Habor in a luxury cruiser flanked by police boats and police on jet skis. Photographers called it a boater-cade. Helicopters watched from overhead as a spitting rain fell from a darkening sky."
GOD SPITS DOWN FROM THE HEAVENS.
"Arriving at Kirribilli House, Bush found Howard waiting expectantly in the doorway. Fruit bats swooped overhead. Bush came well prepared. He told the prime minister and his wife that he was eager to see pictures of their new grandchild."
THE FRUIT BATS TRY TO SHIT DOWN FROM THE HEAVENS.
"Parts of Sydney resemble a besieged camp, with police erecting a 10-feet-tall security fence, dubbed by local media the Great Wall of APEC near the summit site....When a reporter started to ask him about security, Bush interrupted him.
"I hope you feel safe," the president said.
"I feel ...," the reporter started.
"You feel inconvenienced, obviously," Bush said.
"But to the extent I've caused this, I apologize," he continued. "Look, I don't want to come to a community and say, you know, what a pain it is to have the American president. Unfortunately, however, this is what the authorities thought was necessary to protect people."
"...WHAT A PAIN IT IS TO HAVE THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT."? NO, KNUCKLEHEAD, IT'S A PAIN TO HAVE YOU AS THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT. WHEN CLINTON WAS PRESIDENT, MEN AND WOMEN THREW CANDY AND KISSES TO HIM AS HE PASSED, OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.
"The reporter was finally able to get in another word.
"Well, I wasn't going to blame you personally, sir," the reporter said. "But anyway --"
Bush interrupted again. "I guess I must be feeling guilty, you know what I'm saying?"
FEELING GUILTY? FINALLY.
"Bush did not let security issues or diplomacy get in the way of his exercise.
After lunch, Bush headed back to his hotel to change into biking gear."
NOTHING GETS IN THE WAY OF HIS KEEPING HIS GIRLISH FIGURE. MORON.
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 11:00 AM