Bush and His State of the Unction Address
What can I say?
Bush always says whatever he wants without any thought of accountability, and last night was no different.
Even his opening praise of Nancy Pelosi was diminished by his immediate reference to the "Democrat party," which any fool knows by now is the Republicans' sophomoric way of dissing the Democrats.
Granted, last night Bush didn't sound quite as stupid as he usually does, that is, he seemed to manage to pronounce all the words fairly well, yet his words remained vapid and hollow.
Sure, he took a somewhat conciliatory tone- he was outgunned- he had to.
For more than six years, I have tried to tell people who read this blog that Bush is a dangerously mean-spirited lout without a sufficient IQ to successfully perform even slightly challenging intellectual or moral tasks.
Now nearly three-quarters of Americans think the same.
The fact is, I don't care what he does or says anymore.
His fate is sealed. He's proven beyond a doubt that he was wholly unsuited for the job of governing, and he deserves the legacy of shame, failure and contempt that he has so carelessly cultivated.
If he were an insightful man, he'd likely feel so guilty he'd kill himself for the litany of moral and fiscal wrongs he's perpetrated against America.
But he's not.
Like O.J. Simpson, he'll retire to a life of golf, corn-ball quips and unrepentant evil and clownishness.
He's an imbecile with family money.
He's a nowhere man...like I said all along.