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Hey, maybe Australia could keep him

Our president has been away in Australia. Who knew? Who cares? I only care because Australia has some of the most venomous wildlife around, and because anything that sends the asshole-in-chief to the other side of the planet is a good thing.

Anyway, the Australians waste $A165 million on security, rather than giving Bush a few hundred dollars and telling him to go play with the stingrays up around the Great Barrier Reef, and look what happens: a comedy troupe gussies up a few cars to look officially Canadian, and drove an Osama bin Laden imitator right up to the president’s hotel. They simultaneously showed that all this anti-terrorist security nonsense is pure performance art made to inflate the egos of the government and instill fear in our citizens, and made a sharp jab at our president’s priorities and accomplishments.

Bravo. Brilliant.

Now, please, can we impeach the incompetent boob? He’s an evil joke. We really need to end the long national embarrassment.

Comments

  1. #1 David Marjanovi?
    September 8, 2007

    There are no crimes behind his election, he didn’t steal it.

    He didn’t.

    The first time it was a coup by the SCOTUS who stopped the counting of the votes and declared Fearless Flightsuit the winner because otherwise his right to winning might have been impugned; the verdict contains a clause that declares it does not set a precedent.

    The second time he had to rely on Diebold, ES&S, Sequoya, and Triad Systems… not to mention Kenneth Blackwell.

    Mismanagment of a war isn’t a crime.

    Starting a war of aggression is a crime.

    Mismanagement of a war is “worse than a crime — it’s a mistake”…

  2. #2 David Marjanovi?
    September 8, 2007

    Some aspects of mismanaging a war are criminal, though. Occupying a country and then doing nothing against looters is a crime.