Saturday, July 30, 2011

Yeah, right

I always roll my eyes in wonder at maintaining stupid explanations -- but then consider the acumen of the source:

Former President George W. Bush says his apparent lack of reaction to the first news of the September 11 2001 attacks was a conscious decision to project an aura of calm in a crisis.


Oh bullshit, it is so blatantly obvious you didn't know what the fuck to do. You're not running for shit anymore, just admit it.

11 comments:

StonyPillow said...

His face during that several minutes screams exactly one thing I've seen over and over throughout my life: "I am so fucked".

Son of a bitch got away with criminal negligence on a planetary scale. Should still be rotting in prison.

Anonymous said...

I've always had the theory that he thought he was being pranked at the time--that he didn't really take the notice seriously.

Anonymous said...

Come on, man!

Everbody is not as stupid as you.

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DrDick said...

Nothing conveys a sense of calm in a crisis like that unmistakeable deer in the headlights look.

sukabi said...

funny, his look that day, and his actions immediately following always gave me the impression of:

"Fuuuuuck, they (Cheney and Rumsfeld) really fucking did it. Now what the fuck am I going to do?"

Montag said...

Little Boots would lie to God's own face and think he got away with it.

Anonymous said...

Nothing projects calm and leadership in a crisis like a "I'm pissing my pants" look of fear.
As opposed to cutting short your stupid photo-op and conferring with staff to find out exactly what's going on. But that would be the action of an actual executive rather than a finger-puppet chosen for his dim-witted malleability.

Anonymous said...

The look that said "Teacher, can i go to the bathroom? If you won't let me, I might fill my pants!"
vox

pansypoo said...

yeah right. people know deer=headlights.

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