Wednesday, February 14, 2007


The Cloistered Existence of George W. Bush

In his continuing effort to blame Iran for his troubles in Iraq, George W. Bush revealed part of his true nature and circumstances. “It’s hard for me living in this beautiful White House to give you an assessment, a first hand assessment,” he said. That’s so. In fact, it’s clear that Bush knows little about the real world.

Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, Bush has likely never worked a day in his life. Surely he’s never experienced life as the hoi polloi do. He’s never wondered where his next meal is coming from, or if he can pay this month’s rent. And when he got a cushy slot in the National Guard to stay out of Vietnam, he couldn’t even finish that.

Here’s a man who lives out his fantasies by bankrupting the nation, wears an expensive suit, eats dainty meals provided by the White House chef, and lounges in an air-conditioned office. He’s a man who thinks that the poor are poor by choice. Bush wouldn’t know hardship even if it jumped up and bit him in the tu-tu.

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