Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Why did Bush Travel to West Virginia?

Here is all you need to know about today's Presidential visit to West Virginia:

And here was the first question from the audience:

Q Again, I thank God you're our Commander-in-Chief. You're a man for our times. And I'm supporter of yours. And I think it's good that you come out and tell your story. And I think you need to keep doing more of it, and tell the story and the history of all this. And God bless you. And I thank you for your service.

I have seen Broadway musicals with less staging. Although some dancing girls might be nice - or maybe a horn section.

Thanks to Born at the Crest for the photo.


  1. Such a big Plan for Victory (sign), and yet, such a small man to carry it out. Well - talk about it, anyway!

  2. I also loved the part where he sort of suggested that the audience could counteract the negative media, and thus avoid having to "suppress the free press," if they "keep the word moving" through blogs!

    Then they panned out over the adoring crowd, and I thought, "These people look like they would have trouble writing a shopping list, much less a blog!"

    For many, the first hurdle would be figuring out which of the many internets to use!

  3. Lost Wages Joe12:42 PM

    West Virginia, huh? Nah, too easy.

  4. Bigger banners hardly seem a realistic "Plan for Victory". A wrong answer remains wrong, whether written large or small, on the back of a postage stamp or on the side of the Empire State Building.

    The man spends "other people's children" as though they were unneeded spare change he's discovered in the linty bottom of a pocket on a jacket he hasn't worn in a long time.

    When he ships the Lint Twins (his daughters, who, like lint, are neither useful nor decorative) to Iraq, I'll consider altering my view.

    In the meantime, I hold to my belief that Mr. Bush's personal "kill" record for Americans now approaches that of the 9/11 attacks -- and Iraq didn't do those.