Now It’s Just Getting Silly

First of all, I’m struck by the uncanny resemblance between little George’s stint as president and another George’s stint as Assistant to the Traveling Secretary for the New York Yankees. Just as George Costanza tried everything to get fired, it would appear Duh-bya’s following the same model. I mean, what does the guy have to do to get run out on a rail? He tried screwing the economy, shredding the bill of rights, starting an unnecessary war, completely botching the reconstruction, tacitly approving of the torture of prisoners (and yes, given the latest round of evidence, it would appear we’re crossed that threshold)... At this point, he’s gotta be laughing his ass off. No, come to think of it, he’s probably pulling his hair out in frustration; after all, nobody could be this incomptent by accident, right? He must be deliberately trying to get himself thrown out.

MoviesStill, that’s not the main point I wanted to make today. In light of recent political/movie crossover news, it would appear that everyone wants to jump on the bandwagon. I just got an e-mail from MoveOn.org, saying we should all run out and see The Day After Tomorrow, or, as they call it, “the movie the White House doesn’t want you to see.” It’s a Roland Emmerich disaster movie, for crying out loud! Do they really expect me to believe that the White House is actively campaigning against this thing? Now, I’ll be the first to admit that the Bush regime’s environmental record is beyond piss-poor, but I can’t believe even they are so stupid as to make an issue out of this.<

Hmm... then again...


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