August 20, 2008

Can’t argue with Jack Caffery on this one:

George Bush’s record as a student, military man, businessman and leader of the free world is one of constant failure. And the part that troubles me most is he seems content with himself. He will leave office with the country $10 trillion in debt, fighting two wars, our international reputation in shambles, our government cloaked in secrecy and suspicion that his entire presidency has been a litany of broken laws and promises, our citizens’ faith in our own country ripped to shreds. Yet Bush goes bumbling along, grinning and spewing moronic one-liners, as though nobody understands what a colossal failure he has been. I fear to the depth of my being that John McCain is just like him.

When you’re right, you’re not Right.


3 Responses to “Yep”

  1. CParis Says:

    Hey, what do you expect when you entrust the presidency of the US, the most important job in the world to a guy you’d like to hang out with a have a couple of beers with – drinking buddies don’t make good presidents.

  2. Bill Bowman Says:

    I’m not sure I’d even want to have a few beers with him. I think he’d run out on the tab.

  3. MARTinNJ Says:

    Jack Cafferty has W pegged. Total failure of an eight year presidency. Our country, our economy, our Army and our reputation in ruins. And let’s not forget that George W. Bush is an alcoholic. Why in the friggin’ world would you want to have a drink with an alcoholic?

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