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Monday, August 11

Bush at the Olympics

I watched some of the opening ceremonies on Friday night and was taken by bush's pre-teen behavior (actually I have seen pre-teens behave with more dignity.) Just the way he sits indicated that not only was his mother a total failure in bringing him up, but his slouch was very disrespectful for the supposed leader of the free world. Other foreign leaders sat with dignity despite the heat and humidity. As usual, he was a national embarrassment. I was also struck by Lala Bush's lobotomized expression. Do you think they have secret labs where experiments were done on the first lady? Or maybe she is medicated to the hilt? She has soul-less eyes. He always did. Creepy. One of the tabloids in the supermarket claims that the first couple is separated.

There are some videos on YouTube that don't show the exact highlights of his rich fratboy sociopathology, but you get the idea. These are very short.

Watch how he taps the flag, Mr Patriotic, my ass.

Last night I turned on NBC to see what was on the Olympics only to find bush again and this time interviewed by Costas. It totally ruined dinner time, but this was striking:
COSTAS: This past week, you restated America’s fundamental differences with China. But given China’s growing strength, and America’s own problems, realistically, how much leverage does the U.S. have here?

BUSH: First of all, I don’t see America having problems. I see America as a nation that is a world leader that has got great values.
You can watch it here. There is so much wrong and out of touch with his comments during the interview that it makes my head spin. Oh and all the negative McCain ads running during the games: Does he have anything positive to say about himself? You would think by the time one runs for president that they run with dignity. Oh but these are Republicans, so what should I expect anyway? National politics have become so dirty. Kind of reminds me of NJ political ads which we are always treated to in NY come election time.

Other than that, the Olympics are pretty good, but I have my opinions which will be in another post.

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