Monday, October 24, 2005

The Road Less Traveled

The NY Daily News is reporting that Bush is feeling mighty alone, but still is convinced he is not to blame. While the evil doing (and free) press remains the recipient of the majority of his tirades, apparently staffers (high and low) are now experiencing the brunt of His wrath.
Bush is so dismayed that "the only person escaping blame is the President himself," said a sympathetic official, who delicately termed such self-exoneration "illogical."
Bush's strength all along has been his faith in his staff and the American people really seem(ed) to respect his "strength" of character in standing beside those staffers who have failed, even those who have failed miserably.

With this last trace of what got Bush elected the second time gone, the administration's fall from grace will start sliding even faster. With 2006 elections, this Titanic sinking is going to more resemble a plane crash.
"This is not some manager at McDonald's chewing out the help," said a source
with close ties to the White House when told about these outbursts. "This is the
President of the United States, and it's not a pleasant sight."

11 comments:

InanimateCarbonRod said...

This man sounds like a fourteen year old girl.

Thrillhous said...

This is about what we should expect from a CEO president: vacillating between "I don't know" and "I didn't do it."

Someone should give him a medal of honor.

Smitty said...

Typical crap. "If I yell at people loud enough, nobody will think it's my fault." It's paranoid finger-pointing at its finest.

Mr Furious said...

Ass.hole.

Since it was well-received on the previous thread, and even more applicable here...

Mr Furious said...

Ass.hole.

Since it was well-received on the previous thread, and even more applicable here...

Mr Furious said...

HEY! I got an error! This double-post isn't my fault! Am I the only person around here without blame?!?

The Doc said...

Can I just say that the picture that accompanies this post is absolutely perfect? I can just hear his internal monologue: "Why are people being so mean to me? Stupid jerks, make me so mad..."

Studiodave said...

I found it under Google image search "Bush walks alone"

Norbizness said...

Speaking of restaurants, in a just world, Bush would be the Samuel L. Jackson character who tries to rob McDowell's in Coming to America.

Otto Man said...

If the pouting continues, I think they're going to have no choice but to change the president's entry music from "Hail to the Chief" to "Nobody Likes Me (Think I'll Go Eat Worms)."

Man, I'd love to see the Marine Corps Band play that.

Susie the Bear said...

Ha! Long thin slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, itsy-bitsy, fuzzy-wuzzy worms.