Monday, March 24, 2008

More of "The Dubya"

Trying to get computer time around this place sometimes is a little difficult. Yesterday, I repeatedly got bumped off because my SIL wanted to search for some car parts he needs to order and Mandy then wanted time to talk to her friends. Then, my wacky sleep patterns put me out of the lineup when I fell asleep around 11:30 p.m. and now, here it is 3 a.m. and I'm awake -darn that anyway -but I figured I best take advantage of being awake and the computer being free from other users for now too.

So, with all that being said, here then are this week's Bushisms.

Monday, March 24, 2008 302 days left

"Those weapons of mass destruction have got to be here somewhere."
--At the Radio & Television Correspondents dinner, showing a photo of himself looking under his desk, March 244, 2004.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008 -- 301 days left

"In terms of timetables, as quickly as possible --whatever that means. No, I am going to --one of the things that I think is very important for people to understand is that I believe that we have a duty to work on big problems in Washington, D.C. and so I'm going to continue working on this. And it's, I guess--I'm not going to go away on the issue, because the issue is not going to go away."
--Washington, D.C., March 2005

Wednesday, March 26, 2008 -- 300 days left

"Earlier today, the Libyan government released Fathi Jahmi. She's a local government official who was imprisoned in 2002 for advocating free speech and democracy."
--Paying homage to Fathi Jahmi, who is male, Washington, D.C., March 2004

Thursday, March 27, 2008 -- 299 days left

"We'll be a great country where the fabrics are made up of group and loving centers. "
--Kalamazoo, Michigan, March 27, 2001

Friday, March 28, 2008 --298 days left

"Reading is the basics for all learning."
--Reston, Virginia, March 28, 2000

Saturday and Sunday, March 29/30, 2008 - 297 days left and 296 days left

"I've coined new words, like 'misunderstanding' and 'Hispanically."
-- Radio & Television Correspondents' Dinner, March 29, 2001

Hope all had a Happy Easter. Now, maybe I'll go back to bed -cover up my head - and all the rest of that little jingle (which I don't remember right now or you'd probably be reading it here.)


Dianne said...

Hope your sleep patterns return to "normal" for you. I know what that's like! and it ain't good.

I remember that supposedly funny video the idiot did for the WHC dinner. So insulting and arrogant, he belittles this country every time he breathes.

OHmommy said...

Crawaling into bed and covering up sounds delightful. I have a tummy ache from some peeps.

dr sardonicus said...

Captain Dubya is a genius, he is, he really is!

... Paige said...

What? Are you sure? less then a year. Huh? go figure

Sandi McBride said...

Hope your Easter was a happy one, and that you get your sleep patterns corrected...mine have been messed up since hope here

Suldog said...

The man is an amazing boob, at least in comparison to others who have either held the Presidency or sought it. He isn't the total idiot some folks make him out to be, but if his last name wasn't Bush, he would have had trouble being elected to a state legislature.

Suldog said...

Just to show my non-partisanship, pretty much the same could be said for Hillary Clinton, of course, although I think she wouldn't have had as hard a time being elected to the state legislature. But that would have been the end of it. Maybe Mayor of a mid-size city, if it was a weak field.

Singing Owl said...

Sigh. Sad, aint it? It has been so long since I've felt genuinely good about a presidential candidate or hopeful about their ability to change anything, that I can't even remember when the last time was. Hillary "mispoke" -- how stupid was that (not to mention a silly LIE) when she knows there was video coverage of the event. Obama is so inexperienced--he is charismatic all right, but that isn't enough--and McCain...oh don't get me started. Do I have to vote? At least it will be a new face and voice and not Dubya. Sheesh!