Thursday, May 05, 2011

In a headline from The Huffington Post:

George W. Bush Reportedly Feels Ignored In Obama 'Victory Lap' Following Osama Bin Laden's Death

Obviously, Bush is the same petty, egotistical imbecile as ever.
He failed to get the job done, so now he's pouting that President Obama is not sharing the victory lap with that sniveling idiot.
We all know the Bush family has been cozy with the bin Laden family for decades.
On 9/11, George H.W. Bush was in Washington DC, meeting with the sneaky Carlisle Group, along with another member: one of the bin Laden billionaires.

The only airplane that was allowed to leave the United States on 9/12 was filled to the brim with those bin Laden creeps, taking them back to Saudi Arabia as quickly as humanly possible. We know that, too.

The only mistake made when U.S. Navy personnel threw bin Laden's corpse to the sharks off the deck of the U.S.S. Carl Vinson was this: they should have thrown his good buddy W in the sea with him, for treason, collusion and other high crimes and misdemeanors.

And they could have made it a real party by adding Dick, Condi and a splash of Rummy while they were at it.


nonnie9999 said...

it wouldn't have done any good to throw w, deadeye, rummy, and the rest into the sea. shit floats.

Matthew Hubbard said...

I'm not sure why he turned down the chance to lay a wreath in NYC. Obama gave him an option, but I guess he just thought he was being shown up.

okjimm said...

I would think America could spend a minute celebrating the Accomplishments of the Bush Administration.... but.... what would we do for the other 59 seconds?

Karen Zipdrive said...

Bush is and always has been petty, just like his horrid old mother.
Invading Iraq and Afghanistan was about lots of making cash for his military industrial complex & fascist buddies.
We have two definite enemies in the Middle East that have gone unaccountable and unscathed: Saudi Arabia and now Pakistan.
If war must be waged by the U.S. in the Middle East, those two countries should be the targets.

Iain said...

It's been funny watching all of Bush's friends (co-conspirators) trying to crowbar him into the narrative all of this week. Going to the ceremony at NYC as a fluffer would obviously have been too humiliating for him and his ego.

Anonymous said...

I think Bush would have been booed out of NYC if he'd shown up. Six months after 9/11 the weasel said about ObL ‘I truly am not that concerned about him’ and that ObL was ‘a person who has now been marginalized’. Rummy even said bin Laden’s threat had been ‘neutralized’.

The Bush mobsters gave up on ObL and concentrated their efforts on how to make big $$ by fooling Americans into thinking we had to go to war.

bigsis said...

that last one was from me...sorry about that

Lulu Maude said...

He was pissed that everyone was quoting his lack of interest in Bin Laden in 2005 or 2006.

Such a quotable lad he was, eh?