Why does Bush keep telling us stuff we already know?

We’ve been bombarded with dire warnings about the economy for months now, and there is a $700 billion bailout package in front of Congress (which presidential candidate John McCain has deemed important enough to suspend his campaign when he was gaining losing momentum).

So what does President Bush do? He tells us stuff like that “our entire economy is in danger” and “We’re in the midst of a serious financial crisis.” Does he think the American people are as stupid as he is? Apparently he does, as way too many idiots voted for him in 2004 – as the saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Oh well. At least he is somewhat in touch with reality, as opposed to the time in 2003 when he declared “Mission accomplished”  with regard to major Iraq combat operations.

CORRECTION 9/25: Changed “gaining” to “losing”.

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5 Responses

  1. That’s why I like you, dude. You’re a Truth Teller. Not many of us left. Most hairless monkeys are delusional and obediently walk in the Fog O’ Stupidity.


    Check out Brother Kelly’s site for a neato pic of Bushikins and what’s written beneath it.

  2. That pic is really cool and accurate…

  3. Yes the American people ARE that stupid. They elected him again and they are positively gushing over bimbo Palin. If that pair of idiots gets elected I swear I am emigrating.

  4. Yes, Canada is looking real good now!

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