Saturday, March 21, 2009

You Say BUSH was a Blundering . . .

To all of my Liberalites out there, you knew this post was coming.

Oh you know, my Grandma was just a "typical white person." Besides, all of those backwoods hicks are just "bitter." As a matter of fact:
They cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations
Oh, well, I guess they're "likable enough."

But you know what's really funny, Jay? My latest excursion at the bowling alley. "It's like—it was like Special Olympics, or something."

Er, I mean . . . doh.

Yes, these were all said by the infallible man we now call President. (Click here to read more in an article from the home-town Tribune, those narrow-minded writers.)

The purpose of this post is in no way meant to lambaste President Obama. As our Commander-in-Chief, I honor and respect him.

The point here is the delicious irony that my pals on the left have been yelling, Fool! at a man I called President for eight years.

It just cracks me up to see them get a punch in the stomach from the intellectually impervious and moral Chicago law professor turned Celebrity-in-the-middle-of-a-crisis-on-the-Jay-Leno-Show President.

With that said, and now that Rome is burning in the midst of the camera lights popping . . . no hard feelings.

Oh wait, it was all Bush's fault anyway, right? (I forgot.)


Fletch said...

People are reading way too much into this. We all say things that sound a bit uncouth all the time, he meant no harm. As for getting on Leno, I think its smart. He's trying to connect with the people and not from an Ivory tower. I assume he felt he was reaching people that would rather watch Leno than CNN or PBS.

Are we not all entitled to fill out a bracket? Watch some TV? If I knew the guy never took a break I'd be worried. I don't agree at all with his programs and policies, but I believe he is working hard. The man has a floating office that follows him everywhere. I'm sure he's up late on the phone, doing online meetings and doing his business and I respect him for that. You go Barry!

Christy said...

Sorry Jon, I have to disagree. I would rather have our president connecting with people by going to/contributing to the Special Olympics, rather than making a misplaced remark behind the glitz and glamor of Hollyweird. I suppose we will have to see what the next 4 years bring.