A running rant about bad television, crappy products, horrible service, mindless politics, corporate and government ineptitude, moronic media, marketing overload, public idiocy, stupid entertainment, etc. Here's what's annoying me today:

1.26.2006

Someone give this man a blowjob

Read a great line on the web last night. It's very funny, and a pretty sad commentary on Washington politics at the same time. I just made a little web poster of it. Guess it's been going around in various forms, but I first read it on this blog. Bush's little hand suggestion adds a whole other level to contemplate, and explain his actions as president.


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13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

just as I thoght, this blog is a vehicle for bush hate'n and not at all as important to the blogger as the rest of the stuff listed. I am affraid it won't be as easy as it was to impeach this guy as it was to get the last impeached pres. to make an ass of himself and soil the office.

1:19 PM

 
Blogger Cranky said...

So, is this one of my Republican buddies, or an anonymous surfer?

No, it's not a vehicle for Bush bashing, and yes, I may have had a few too many Bust posts the last couple of days. But I stand by ranking him as the number one "thing that sucks." I'll try to get back to less political matters like crappy toys, and squished television pictures in the future.

1:45 PM

 
Blogger Cranky said...

By the way, see number 4 on the list, and my sarcastic comments on the DNC President below. I'm equal opportunity in my "hate'n"

1:51 PM

 
Blogger STR said...

Its very very funny to see these Bush Loyalists continue to stick by their man, their kind of like the Michael Jackson fans who stood outside the courthouse that day cheering for Michael.

4:13 PM

 
Blogger blogagog said...

I like Bush, but if you'd rather have him impeached and give us President Cheney, I guess I would be ok with that too.

5:54 PM

 
Blogger soul said...

i so agree...he has all this sexual tension built up and needs a release...
peace,
soul

10:25 PM

 
Blogger soul said...

lmao...why be loyal to a peon? maybe, it's cause peon's stick with peon's? bushit, is nothing but a puppet for his daddy and the bushco corporation.
for those, who are still blind to the fact that you are losing your freedoms to a corporation...i so pity you when the revolution finally happens.
President Cheney? I thought he was in chanrge anyway?

10:29 PM

 
Blogger Sick of Extremes said...

All of this sounds so much like it was under Reagan. The big difference is Reagan was a much more likable person, he spoke much better and the economy is much better! Weren't we told that when the conservatives controlled everything, the country would run so much better?! Still waiting....

9:51 AM

 
Blogger Cranky said...

I wish people would be either funny or intelligent when they commented on my blog. Souls comments sound like sound bites picked up from Michael Moore. Spouting of sound bites from the left is as bad as spouting sound bites from the right. Michael Moore's movies are entertainlng and though provoking, but hardly impartial of accurate.

A puppet for his Daddy? Bush junior is in another league completely from his Daddy. True his daddy sold out to the religious right to get elected, and did have Cheney as his Secretary of Defense, but a good deal of the more thoughtful people he had around him are just as troubled by the policies of Junior. I bet if you got GHWB alone, you'd find out he had some pretty serious misgivings himself.

I've always though GW get more of his cowboy instints from his mother, than his dad.

10:40 AM

 
Blogger soul said...

oh dear, i sound like a sound bite? hmmmm...too bad everyone didn't have liberal sound bites running through their brains as they suffer the injustices of the Bush Administration. As a single working mom, and a 'retired' (or maybe 'tired') activist my anger and frustration is more than apparent in my prior post.

2:34 PM

 
Blogger Sick of Extremes said...

One thing for certain, this Bush brings out the extremes in people, you either love him or hate him, very few hanging out in the middle ground. The only thing that is comforting is that things will swing back towards the middle for the next election, I believe. Too many people I talk to these days seem to be nervous about what Bush has been doing. Look at his ratings; the public still thinks his handling of the war and the economy is not so good, regardless of the constant spin the right wing plays for us every day. Here's a weird twist that occurred the other day. Can you believe the surge in purchases that occurred when Bin Laden recommended a book recently?! Somwhere, Oprah is saying, "What the F---?!"

11:38 AM

 
Blogger Cranky said...

Sorry to be cranky, Soul. Obviously I hate Bush too. I think he's the worst and most dangerous President in the history of the county-or certainly in my lifetime, (which includes Nixon and Reagan). But one thing is pretty clear after 25 years of the Conservative agenda. The country is buying his side a lot more than they are buying the opposite extreme. Whatever you thought about Clinton, he was the only one who ever found a way (until his dick got him in trouble) to speak to the conservative majority, yet still be able to move the country back a little more toward sanity. That's the most a liberal can hope for at this point. There is a lot of unrest with Bush from the middle and the right. It's just that any time any of the Democrats, or liberal activists speak, people look at Bush, and say "yeah, he's a moron, but we know where he stands." And the Republicans are masters at turning "liberal speak" into cheap buzzwords, that always work: Flag burning, Michael Moore, Smear Merchants, Gay Marriage...Blah blah blah

12:45 PM

 
Blogger blogagog said...

I kind of agree with you Cranky. Bush is the worst president we have had since Clinton!

9:22 AM

 

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