Here’s another item I saw at the local Barnes & Noble last night. I almost bought this calendar, so amused was I by it. In retrospect, maybe I should have bought it.


I don’t recall ever seeing a calendar like this before. Not for Bill Clinton, and not for Ronald Reagan. It’s a testament to just how badly our current President has screwed up. It even includes a page for the first 20 days of 2009, right up to the very end.


  1. #1 Artistradio
    September 30, 2007

    Well, a more accurate explanation is on how controversial our current leader is.

  2. #2 Adrienne
    September 30, 2007

    I wants it.

  3. #3 John McKay
    September 30, 2007

    I remember similar things during Nixon’s second term.

  4. #4 Clare
    September 30, 2007

    The downside is that you have to look at Bush and read his stupidities the whole day….

  5. #5 daenku32
    September 30, 2007

    After first reading “Yes, the end is near” as “Yes, the near is end”, I actually thought that would have made a better title.

  6. #6 cfeagans
    September 30, 2007

    My wife actually bought this for me as a gift for my birthday… I got a good chuckle over it.

  7. #7 Jane
    September 30, 2007

    It’s for sale over here in the UK as well, very tempted as a present for my Mum this Christmas

  8. #8 chines
    September 30, 2007

    My sister got that for me for xmas last year, knowing what a passionate leftie I am. I was in a particularly humorless state of mind about the man and had to fake chuckle when I received it. I just wanted to vomit. It’s grown on me over time and now I pull it out whenever I want to taunt my Republican co-workers.

  9. #9 Jon H
    September 30, 2007

    Yeah, I’d prefer a more positive one, without the focus on (and presence of) Bush himself.

    I’d rather his exit be implied.

  10. #10 JP
    September 30, 2007

    They definitely had these for Clinton. My crazy uncle had one.

  11. #11 kate
    September 30, 2007

    I got one of these from my brother for christmas last year too. And I live in Australia.

  12. #12 wolfwalker
    October 1, 2007

    Obviously the result of somebody finally noticing that many of the more-money-than-sense crowd have such a fanatical hatred of our current president that they’re suckers for anything that mocks him, whether it’s deserved or not. And as everyone knows, it’s morally wrong to allow a sucker to keep his/her/its money.

    And it’s pleasantly ironic that the calendar’s entrepreneurial, capitalistic creator is getting rich off socialist sheep.

  13. #13 Prup aka Jim Benton
    October 1, 2007

    There was a poll shortly after the election that asked if what the respondents wanted Bush to do. The response that won was ‘to just be quiet and go away.’

  14. #14 AtheistAcolyte
    October 1, 2007

    >> I’d rather his exit be implied.

    I’d rather it be trumpeted from on high, but hey, can’t win ’em all, I guess.

    I like this T-shirt, though…

  15. #15 factician
    October 1, 2007

    $10 says the next prez is worse…


  16. #16 daenku32
    October 1, 2007

    wolfwalker is probably upset that 70% of Americans are socialists.

  17. #17 Chris' Wills
    October 1, 2007

    Why would anyone want pictures og GW on their calendar?

    Is this some disease affecting USAians?

  18. #18 Jon H
    October 2, 2007

    If they sold a Bush countdown calendar with the countdown and pictures of bikini models and daleks, instead of Bush pictures and quotes, they’d have a total hit.

  19. #19 Ange
    October 2, 2007


    We have this calendar in our office. The assistant has placed it so that I can see Bush from my desk as I look into the other office. It’s horrifying. Really. Who wants to see Bush whenever they look up from their desk 50 times a day? August was particularly brutal — long month — giant Bush head staring at me. I need a vacation.

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