Better at painting than being president.
A major bridge collapses in a major metropolitan city and our President plays the “blame game” during his speech? Did you listen to that tripe?
As soon as I can find it online I will link to the speech. It’s utterly disgusting, the way he politicized the situation.
Update: I’m kind of annoyed. I got an annoying comment to this post and wondered what the deal was. So I went back to the article at CNN and saw that it links back to this blog post. That annoys me. It would be nice if they told me they were doing that. The last thing I want is every freaking troll commenting on a two sentence blog post that they clearly don’t read. So I got rid of the link. Go to CNN for for info on this story.
Note from the future (9/15/2011): This post is about the collapse of the 1-35W Mississippi River Bridge on August 1st, 2007.
Okay. I could go on and on with a rant on this. But we really, really need to impeach Bush. And not just because he lied to us. The man is a tyrant. And, for the good of our country, the good of the world for that matter, we need to get him out of office. Now. This is what he said during his 60 Minutes interview:
Do you believe, as commander-in-chief, you have the authority to put the troops in there no matter what the Congress wants to do? Pelley asks.
I think I’ve got – in this situation, I do, yeah, Bush says.
Are you kidding me? He is going to just go ahead and do whatever the hell he wants and it doesn’t matter what Congress decides. He is out of control.
WE NEED TO IMPEACH HIM! ARe you listening to this Ms. Pelosi?
YOu can read the 60 Minutes article here.
In a new poll comparing President Bush’s job performance with that of his predecessor, a strong majority of respondents said President Clinton outperformed Bush on a host of issues.
Read all about it here:
Christie sent me this article yesterday: ABC News: Vermont Towns Endorse Move to Impeach Bush
In five Vermont communities, a centuries-old tradition of residents gathering in town halls to conduct local business became a vehicle to send a message to Washington: Impeach the president.
I find it very interesting that entire towns are voting for impeachment. Clearly, the people want Bush out. Do you remember entire towns voting for Clinton’s impeachment during that whole Lewinsky fiasco? It’s just sad that the people will not get what we want because of the Repug controlled congress. The system is backward.