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."
If Bush wants America's attention, he needs to announce, "We just cornered and killed Osama Bin Laden."
Nothing less will suffice.