but i thought that our leader saw into his soul and determined that he was on the side of good

Wait. This just doesn’t make any sense. I thought that Bush gazed deeply into Pootie’s heart and soul, and determined him to be a decent man, on our side in the war against “evil”… Surely, he can’t be killing and poisoning his opponents.

[I love the idea of basing our foreign policy on the gut instincts of a man that’s failed in every adult undertaking he’s ever pursued, but maybe it’s time to change course.]

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  1. egpenet
    Posted November 25, 2006 at 11:18 pm | Permalink

    The fox smells his own hole first.

  2. Kate
    Posted November 26, 2006 at 3:44 am | Permalink

    It takes one to know one. If the best recommendation Putin can drum up is G. W. Bush, he’s already condemned.

  3. mark
    Posted November 26, 2006 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    Bush has been worng on EVERY count. Every time he’s “looked into someone’s soul” he’s been wrong. He saw that Pootie was a good man, dedicated to Democracy, in spite of his KGB past and the evidence to the contrary, and he thought that Ahmed Chalabi, the selfless patriot, was going to be Iraq’s savior. It boggles the mind just how stupid this fellow is and it’s amazing to me that we allow him to keep trusting his intuition instead of facts and evidence. I look forward to the return of reality-based foreign policy.

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