Friday, July 21, 2006

Comedy Relief

One more thing before I go out to enjoy the day. This from Molly Ivins regarding SCOTUS (Supreme Comic of the United States).

AUSTIN, Texas -- Never let it never be said our president does not provide laughs, even as we wobble on the rim of war in the Middle East.

Look what a good time Vladimir Putin had with him. Bush, responding to questions from the international press corps on his conversation with Putin the previous evening, said, "I talked about my desire to promote institutional change in parts of the world like Iraq, where there is a free press and free religion, and I told him that a lot of people in our country, you know, would
hope that Russia would do the same thing."

Putin, with a fairly straight face, replied, "We certainly would not like to have the same of kind of democracy they have in Iraq, I'll tell you that quite honestly." Don't you hate it when the international press corps laughs at what a stoop Bush is? Bush, who fancies himself something of a fast-reply artist, said, "Just wait." Heh, heh.

The rest is hilarious.

What isn't so funny is that Bush represents our country. Can't wait for 2008.

2 Swings of the bat:

Troy Fullerton said...

So, you're laughing at the President because he thinks democracy is a good thing? Or are you just a huge fan of Putin's Russia?

And since when did Americans care what the international press thinks of us or our President?

Other Side said...

Troy, you obviously have no clue regarding Iraq. Putin's comment was right on. Their experiment might not be going well, but Iraq's makes Russia look almost ... free.

I would speak only for yourself, Troy, regarding the international press.