Bite me, George

“I expect there to be an honest debate about Iraq… people can help by making sure the tone of this debate is respectful and is mindful about what messages out of the country can do for morale of our troops… One way people can help as we’re coming down the pike in the 2006 elections is remember the effect that rhetoric can have on our troops in harm’s way and the effect that rhetoric can have in emboldening or weakening an enemy.” – George W. Bush today

What? “I expect”? Who the hell asked you, buddy? We’ll have whatever debate we want to have about Iraq, and if you have problem with that, go fuck yourself, dumbass. Since when is George Bush my parent? Ego much? Sheesh.

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  1. Steve Straiger

    What I loved most about that quote… is that it was in a town hall environment and a 6 year old kid asked “Mr. President, what can I do for the troops?”
    Call me crazy, but I doubt a 6 year old kid would understand that answer.
    George, this would have been the proper time to dumb down an answer. Maybe something like “You could write them a letter or send them a care package.”
    But that would have required some intelligence.

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