Monday, February 27, 2006

Shallower than a dry gulch

President make no mistakes is becoming quite the global traveler in an effort to look like he knows what he is doing. Despite his best efforts the President of the United States still is able to garner some respect for the "office" if not the "office-holder". But in fairness to Bush he still has two years and nearly 11 months to get that fuck-up accomplished too.

Did you know that he's going to India?

I'm sure he'll go there all Gandhi like, no?

Sadly, knowing Bush he'll be wearing an adult diaper and tell the press he is doing a Gandhi impression. Only without the "peace-shit".

President Bush is planning a two-day wind sprint across India this week, when he will meet with political leaders, chat up high-tech millionaires and give a speech at a 16th-century fort. But to the consternation of the Indians, he will not see the country's most famous monument, the Taj Mahal, a decision that Mr. Bush said was made by an omnipotent scheduler.

But, as we've come to expect from the Chimperor Disgustus even such matters are not his fault:

"Look, if I were the scheduler, perhaps I'd be doing things differently," Mr. Bush said last week, when he was asked in an interview with Indian reporters at the White House why he was skipping the Taj. "I'll be the president, we've got the scheduler being the scheduler. I'm going to miss a lot of the really interesting parts of your great country. I know that."

Attention Calcutta, another black-hole is coming, and it is between Georgie's ears. I have no doubt that the first thing he'll order in India is a ribeye steak. Then he'll go to Pakistan and in an effort not to make that mistake again, order pork chops.

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