Monday, April 14, 2008

Missing a Day

Ok, ok, I know - I'm late again posting the Bushisms for the week. And what's even worse, I am missing a day's Bushism too.

Yep, I have no Bushism for today, Monday, April 14th. I rather suspect the culprit who absconded with the Bushism for today -off my desk calendar -would have most likely been a very mischievous little four-year-old who lives with me. I saw a glimpse of her this morning while my son was here having coffee with me and she was carrying a piece of paper that looked very much like a page from my desk calendar and when I went to get ready to do the Bushisms for this week, I saw today's page was missing. I hunted around the house but evidently she has a heck of a good hiding place for it. I'm quite sure it never made its way to the garbage can cause it seems only her mother and I know where that item is located here!

But anyway -let's forge ahead and figure Monday, April 13th was a "pass" day for the DUBYA. Is that fair enough? I think it is more than fair but then again, that's me.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008 - 280 days left

"We must have the attitude that every child in America --regardless of where they're raised or how they're born --can learn."
--New Britain, Connecticut, April 2001

Wednesday, April 16, 2008 - 279 days left

"You're free. And freedom is beautiful. And, you know, it will take time to restore chaos and order --order out of chaos. But we will."

--Washington, D.C., April 2008

Thursday, April 17, 2008 --278 days left

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the White House is removing Bush's mistakes and bloopers from official transcripts of speeches, interviews, and public appearances.
--April 17, 2002

Friday, April 18, 2008 --277 days left

"I'm the decider, and I decide what is best. And what's best is for Don Rumsfeld to remain as the Secretary of Defense."
--Washington, D. C., April 18, 2006

Saturday and Sunday,, April 19/20, 2008 - 276 days left and 275 days left

"Laura and I really don't realize how bright our children is sometimes until we get an objective analysis."
--CNBC, April 2000

There ya go, folks! Read 'em and weep -or laugh - whatever trips you trigger!


fermicat said...

These never fail to make me chuckle, even while I am shaking my head. Less than one year. I keep reminding myself of that.

Hmmmm. Sounds like I feel bitter. Imagine that... Who would have correctly guessed this voter's sentiments? Hmmm.

none said...

Well at least we know he isn't lying...that would be way too hard.

Beth from the Funny Farm said...

The best thing Bush did was to extend the day light savings time thingie...

Thanks for the laughs!

Minnesotablue said...

I both read and wept!

Natalie said...

Ooooh, I forgot about the decider! I can't wait to be the decider in 7 months.

Dorcas (aka SingingOwl) said...

I am never too excited about elections anymore. I'm jaded and cynical in my old age, I guess. BUT I WILL BE SO GLAD not to see Bush as President. That I can confidently say.

Dianne said...

But if they remove all his bloopers and mistakes won't the transcripts be blank!?

There it is! His legacy - a pile of blank sheets of paper.

Travis Cody said...

LOL at Dianne!

Anonymous said...

I don't always realize how bright my children is either.

(Had a lot of trouble accessing your blog tonight. I couldn't get here through google reader. It kept shutting down my browser.)