It's been a while since this Blog has bashed our illustrious
....Weasel in Washington? Wannabe Warlord?
George W. Bush, when home in Texas, likes to act like a Texas cowhand. One day he went riding on his horse into town on a hot, dry, dusty day. The local sheriff watched from his chair in front of the saloon as the "cowboy" wearily dismounted and tied his horse to the rail a few feet in front of the sheriff. "Howdy, Mr. President," said the sheriff.
...."Howdy, Sheriff," said cowboy Bush..
Dubya moved slowly to the back of the horse, lifted its tail and placed a big kiss where the sun doesn't shine. He dropped the horse's tail, stepped up on the walk, and aimed towards the swing doors of the saloon.
...."Hold on there, Sir," said the sheriff. "Did I just see what I think I saw?"
...."I reckon you did, Sheriff. I got me some powerful chapped lips."
...."And does that cure them?" the sheriff asked.
...."Nope, but it keeps me from lickin' 'em!"
Here is a look at the proposed new Presidential Seal as drawn up by the Bush Administration. It evokes a powerful message of military dominance, oil dependency, and anarchy.
....The White House cartographers have been busy drawing up a new map of Iraq. There has been a proposal to change the name of the capital city from Baghdad to Bagmom in honor of the matriarch of the Bush clan.
....The Iraqi people are divided on having one of the oldest cities on earth renamed after a fat old broad.
....When expressing their worries that the U.S. might wish to annex their country, Bush said, "We already own it. It's a sub-division of Exxon/Mobil."
....Sensible Iraqis (excuse the oxymoron) admit that there is in fact a WMD. That Weapon of Mass Destruction however, is not in Iraq. It is seated in the Oval Office in Washington. (Click the image for a larger view.
Some of you must remember a fellow blogger, Rhiannon. Well, she's back! She has a post to protest the war in Iraq and to promote peace. She would like visitors to leave her a comment on our feelings in this matter. Why not at least pay her a visit to say hello?
Meanwhile in news closer to home, the Quaker Oats Company is retiring its long time Quaker trademark. In a nationwide search for a replacement, they found their "man." As soon as she donned the hat, they knew they had their Quaker. Barbara Bush's resemblance to the original Quaker was so dead-on that corporate officials feel that many people will not realize the change.