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One Shoe, Two Shoe, Red Shoe, Blue Shoe

Posted by TheJOTUS on December 18, 2008

Unless you live under a rock, I am sure you have seen the video of an ungrateful, ingrate Iraqi “journalist” throwing his shoe at President Bush.  Actually, both shoes.  As Austin Powers said: “Who throws a shoe? Honestly! You fight like a woman!” 

Quick question:  Where the hell were the Secret Service?  At least the Prime Minister’s security detail were on it:

Mr. Maliki’s security agents jumped on the man, wrestled him to the floor and hustled him out of the room. They kicked him and beat him until “he was crying like a woman,” said Mohammed Taher, a reporter for Afaq, a television station owned by the Dawa Party, which is led by Mr. Maliki. 

Crying like a woman.  That makes me giggle.  No offense to my fellow women readers.  This wanna be billy bad ass tries to be a tough guy, but ends up like Bronson Pinchot (Balki) in True Romance. 

I thought it was great how Bush was essentially laughing after the first shoe.  On the second one, he was still smirking.  Look, I have my issues with the Prez.  Especially after the past two months.  But regardless of  his politics, I still think he is a cool guy.  Afterwards, Bush insisted he wasn’t insulted by the whole event.  And like I said, after seeing his smirk, I think he meant it.

By the way, nice attempted block by the Iraqi Prime Minister.

However the left seems to be relishing in this.  Like a figurative penis lathered in lotion in one hand, and a box of tissue in the other, they are rubbing one out over this assault on the President.  The media and the left are absolutely coming (pun intended) out of their skin to teach us that in the Arab world, “throwing shoes at somebody is a supreme insult.” 

Hmmmmmm, I wonder what would happen if this guy had thrown his shoes at Saddam Hussein?   Oh wait, he wouldn’t have.  Because he would have been a grease spot if he did.  But he does so to the very person–and Country–who gave him the freedom to do so.  So in this Iraqi journalist’s sand filled head, George W Bush is the bad guy?  Are you kidding me?  Jerkoff.

Perhaps, according to the left and media, Saddam had it all wrong.  He shouldn’t have been oppressing, raping or murdering millions of his own people.  He should have been slapping them with his shoes!!  Because after all hitting someone with a shoe is considered the supreme insult. 

In the end, the reaction from the Iraqi people was regret–if not shame:

Saeed Naji al-Ibadi, a 49-year-old pharmacist, said: “There’s a reaction against this journalist and his improper behavior as he represents the journalists and educated people in our society. Because he should have rejected the American president with his pen or by embarrassing him with his smart questions, not with his shoes. I totally reject this behavior because it will damage the rights of individuals.”

“I spent five years in Saddam’s jails,” said Saman Qadir, a 51-year-old mechanic. “This journalist has to throw flowers on Bush, not a shoe, because Bush saved the Iraqi people from a bloody regime. Malaki has to raise a case against this journalist.”

Nasir Mahmood al-Bahadli, 52, an academic said: “We are Arabs and we have a good reputation in hospitality with enemies before friends. The American president also was accompanying the man who represents the Iraqi government and this made it worse because this journalist also abused the prime minister with his behavior.”…

I think Saman Qadir represents feelings of the overall Iraqi people.  And frankly, I think this is the overall feeling of the American people.


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Impeach Bush II

Posted by TheJOTUS on January 10, 2008

People on the left keep calling for Congress to bring Articles of Impeachment against the President.  The following is Part Two of a satirical take on the hypocrisy of what is–the left:

Man, oh man. The internet is such a wonderful tool for research. People just cannot hide from what they have done. This is the one that may finally put an end to George W. Bush once and for all.

Although his party will never talk about it, Bush has a racist past that includes the KKK. It seems that he was not only a member but a “Kleagle.”  That’s a recruiter for those wanna be racists out there.

Bush was opposed to both Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas — the only two BLACK justices ever in the Supreme Court.  He must have just differed from their opinions.  Yeah, that’s it.

Of course, Bush will claim that being in the Klan was just youthful indiscretion. Was he 16? Nope. 17?  Nope.  He was in his mid-twenties.  He was also opposed to and helped lead a filibuster of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

Three years after Bush claims he left the Klan, he wrote a letter to the Klan’s Imperial Wizard:

“The Klan is needed today as never before and I am anxious to see its rebirth in Texas…It is necessary that the order be promoted immediately and in every state in the Union.  Will you please inform me as to the possibility of rebuilding the Klan realm of Texas?”  

During that time, Bush was actually advising the Grand Imperial Wizard regarding whom to appoint to important posts in the Klan hierarchy.

Four years after he claims to have left the Klan, Bush opposed President Truman’s integration of the military.  His statement, for which he has never apologized, was startling:

“[I will] never submit to fight beneath that banner [the American flag] with a Negro by my side. Rather would I die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”

Okay, Republican Party. What are you going to do about this?  Bush has never paid the price for his racism.  He is in a leadership position and is an embarrassment.  When Maxine Waters learns about it, I expect that she will be screaming about it on all the talk shows, demanding that Bush resign, and launching an investigation as to whether he had a hand in any lynching.  When the NAACP gets involved, it will be curtains for Sheets Bush.  Good riddance.

What?  Wait a minute…………someone is interrupting me.  Are you kidding me?  It wasn’t George W. Bush who was in the Klan, made those horrible statements and recruited members? It was who?  Senator Robert Byrd?  Huh, I guess that is ok then.  Oh well, never mind.

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Impeach Bush

Posted by TheJOTUS on January 9, 2008

People on the left keep calling for Congress to bring Articles of Impeachment against the President.  The following is Part One of a satirical take on the hypocrisy of what is–the left.

I am wondering when the Republican Party—or the American people are going to finally have its fill with President George W. Bush.  When will Congress finally get a back bone and bring Articles of Impeachment against Bush.  The fact he is even walking free is beyond belief.  What short memories people have, after all, they forget that George W. Bush killed a woman.  Oh yes, he did.

It was many years ago. Bush and some other Republican men were partying with some young single women. Their wives were at home baking cookies while the men were consuming mass quantities of alcohol and going after other young women’s cookies.

After scoping out the goods at this little shindig, Bush took off late from the party to give a ride home to a woman named Mary Jo.  Of course, he was in no condition to drive.  But that didn’t stop Bush and his rock hard Viagra pill.  Well, you knew it would happen.  He drove off a bridge and landed upside down in about six feet of water.  But it’s ok boys and girls, Bush made it out of there.  Unfortunately, Mary Jo didn’t.

But what did Bush do?  Why what any upstanding boy would do, he fled the scene!  And then spent the next nine hours trying to cover up his crime.  Had he gotten help right away, Mary Jo just might have made it.  The really interesting part is that Mary Jo’s body had very little water in her lungs.  She didn’t drown, but actually suffocated when the air pocket, in which she was breathing, was depleted of oxygen.

Although his state required a certain minimum jail sentence for leaving the scene of a crime where there was an injury or in this case death, Bush’s sentence was suspended.

This saga was so typical of Bush.  He was a drunk.  He was kicked out of Harvard for cheating. At the time he drove off the bridge, he was driving with a suspended license.  He ended up paying off Mary Jo’s family so they would go away.  Yes, Bush got away with killing this poor young woman, and yet he still holds office.

What?  Wait a minute…………someone is interrupting me.  Are you kidding me??? It wasn’t George W. Bush who killed this girl, fled the scene, tried to cover it up, and paid off the family???  It was who?  Senator Ted Kennedy?  Huh, interesting.  Oh well, never mind.

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