Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Duh-huh-huh-huh! - Leno Runs "What Is George Bush Doing Today 'Spoof'" In Time For Obama Appearance

In another tiresome George Bush izth tho' thupid! skit, Jay Leno ran his latest in a series of 'Bush izth tho' thupid' videos and parodies of the 43rd President of the United States. This latest hit piece arrives in plenty of time to set the stage for Thursday's anticipated arrival of President Barack Obama on the Tonight Show. Creating an obvious set up for the audience, Leno uses a low-brow caricature of the 43rd President as a counterweight to the 44th President's scheduled appearance on the late night talk show. The technique couldn't be more sophomoric than if it were staged by the wanabe thespians who lettered at Rigdemont High.

While Leno busied himself with cheap jokes at Bush's expense to prep his audience for the arrival of the One, President Bush refused to criticize Obama during his visit to Calgary, Alberta Canada on Tuesday. Of his successor Mr. Bush said, he deserves my silence and said that he wants Barack Obama to succeed. Bush summed up his thoughts on his successor and his critics, I love my country a lot more than I love politics, I think it is essential that he be helped in office.

Bush's response shows the class and the caliber of the man who proceeded Obama into the White House. A rejoinder like that is something you would never get from the crop of leading Dems populating the Hill today. During the invitation-only event titled A Conversation with George W. Bush, the former President mentioned his plans to write a book on the 12 toughest decisions he had to make as the nation's Chief Executive. (Oh, when word of this project gets out, expect to see a flurry of Bush izth tho' thupid segments from the same little minds that brought you the What Is George Bush Doing Today parodies-presented-as-fact vignettes.)

Regarding the focus of his proposed book the former President said, I want people to understand what it was like to sit in the Oval Office and have them come in and say we have captured Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, the alleged killer of a guy named Danny Pearl because he was simply Jewish, and we think we have information on further attacks on the United States.

Long after his enemies and critics are forgotten by the crowd, history will vindicate George W. Bush for his stance on the war on terror and the hard decisions he made during his tenure.

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