Monday, October 10, 2005

Tuna Casserole AGAIN?
A Zipdrive Blogatorial™

Has anyone actually listened to Bush's most recent "stay the course in Iraq" speeches?
He must use a Phrase-o-Matic, where the same trite slogans are rearranged in different order.

It reminds me of going to someone's house for dinner, where the main course is something shitty like tuna casserole.
Just to be polite, you tell the host how delicious the menage of canned tuna, Campbell's cream of mushroom soup and crushed potato chips was.
So, the next time you are invited to dinner, the host says, "Since you loved it so much the first time, I made your favorite tuna casserole again."

The American public and the media need to risk offending Bush and tell him we are sick of the tuna casserole speeches he keeps serving. They weren't that good the first time we endured listening to them.

I'd like to attach electrodes or something to his scrotum that give him a few zaps of electricity whenever he mentions the phrases, "9/11" or "taking the fight to them, to keep them from bringing it to us."

He needs to stop saying shit like, "We just killed Al Qaida's second in command."
How many second in command flunkies does Al Qaida have? Seems to me, whenever a GI shoots a guy in a red and white head scarf, they consider him "Al Qaida's second in command."

No.
If Bush wants America's attention, he needs to announce, "We just cornered and killed Osama Bin Laden."
Nothing less will suffice.

11 comments:

dusty said...

LMAO@electrodes to the scrotum..would he notice cuz I thought Rove already has a firm grip on those puppies..

very good analogy Karen..

Karen Zipdrive said...

Thank you.
I can see you too are a tuna casserole officianado.

in.dog.neato said...

mmm...tuna casserole...(insert sound of in.dog drooling here...)


Chimie operates under the 'if you repeat it enough times they'll eventually forget about what really happened and believe you' school of thought.

HA! Chimp and school...that's funny...Chimp and thought! even funnier! I slay me!

Karen Zipdrive said...

I still remember the commercial jingle, "Winston tastes good, like a cigarette should..."
They played that ad all the fucking time, that's why.
It became annoying because of its massive repetition. It still annoys me.
As will Bush and his entire dysfunctional family- to my dying day.

Holly in Cincinnati said...

My concern is that your remark might interest the Secret Service!

in.dog.neato said...

karen...I read an uberinformative media patrol based out of minneapolis called cursor.org...today, they posted a piece by Paul Krugman also posted here...http://nevadathunder.com/?p=55

and a great letter by Maureen Dowd from this blog here...http://nastyletterstocrookedpoliticians.blogspot.com/2005/10/trouble-with-harry-by-maureen-dowd.html

Karen Zipdrive said...

If the secret service were to investigate me for writing a truthful, opinionated political Blog, I'd write about the waste of taxpayers'money, then I'd start rounding up other liberal Bloggers who've been pestered, call the ACLU and start talking about filing a class action lawsuit re: denying taxpaying citizens their consitutional rights to free speech.

dusty said...

your preaching to the choir KZ..i love it..i just made a funny with religious overtones..thats as close as I get to organized religion..

Dono said...

Even if Osama Bin Laden were to stumble around and be captured, it's too late for that to generate any political good feeling for Bush. The blind loyalists will jump up and down like baboons saying "We knew Bush would get his man!" but anyone else with actual brain activity will shrug and ask for our billions of tax dollars back.

larkohio said...

Well, sigh, I am tired of the same old crap from Bush also. I am also appalled that the new Iraqi constitution that he plays up gives women fewer rights than they had under Saddam. Freedom is on the march all right, unless you are a woman.

I teach a current events class. This morning one of my students said, "What about that one guy that was supposed to be behind 9/11?" What indeed? Osama bin Forgotten.......

Karen Zipdrive said...

What grade was this kid in?