Monday, November 28, 2005

What Would Bush Do?

Failed FEMA leader & Bush buddy Brownie is opening an emergency management consulting firm. He's already lined up some blue ribbon clients.
Once Bush is out, what do you think he'll end up doing for a living?

10 comments:

The Educated Eclectic said...

Who in the f*ck is hiring him????

Christopher's Partner said...

I vote for professional alcoholic. He would have been a great Otis Campbell (Mayberry's town drunk) on the old Andy Griffith Show.

Kate said...

Oh, for god's sake. Sometimes the irony is just too rich, isn't it? Dripping like hot fudge off the side of a big steaming pile of fresh shit.

Holly in Cincinnati said...

Wiping horses' asses?

Karen Zipdrive said...

My vote is for Bush to become a motivational speaker to his fellow inmates.

BigSis said...

I'm speechless. Do you think Brownie has set himself up to be hired under contract to consult for FEMA? Who else would hire him, there's only one FEMA?

A normal person would be (at the least) embarrassed if not doing their job killed people. But I guess Brownie and Bushy aren't burdened with shame or fear of consequences for cheating the system. This is appalling.

As for the "Top Gun" in tears, its like Maureen Dowd says - Republican men cry but their women are tough as nails. You'll never see a tear out of Barbara, Laura or Condi, no sir.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Brownie has some big ticket corporate clients- all with the same basic GOP ties as the rest of these fucking crooks.
They don't answer to anyone but their major stockholders and they're big GOP crooks, too.

The GOP women have to be tough because so many of their men are either drunks, closet fags... or both.

in.dog.neato said...

I wasn't sure if this was a joke or not...this asshole's arrogance is at the very least...galling...the only people that'll hire his incompetent ass would be Repubs...

hard to believe ANYone would take him seriously after the Katrina debacle...his resume isn't exactly stainless...

Lulu Maude said...

Bush will become a "leadership" consultant. Maybe a cheerleading consultant? How about a chaplin? Ok, not a chaplin, a piety consultant...

Karen Zipdrive said...

A piety consultant? Love it!