President Bush speaks, Irony-o-meters explode

President Bush shameless knob, or most shameless knob ever? You decide (via The Washington Post):

The White House stepped up its criticism of Russia for escalating the conflict in Georgia, with President Bush warning Monday that Russia’s “disproportionate response” is unacceptable

Need I say anything more? Fine how about this:

“I was very firm with Vladimir Putin [in Beijing on Friday] – he and I have got a good relationship – just as I was firm with the Russian president,” Bush said, referring to Dmitry Medvedev. “Hopefully this will get resolved peacefully.”

Peacefully. Right. Does this jackass know the situation has gone a bit beyond snippy diplomatic exchanges? It’s also interesting to see that Mr. Pretzledent’s definition of a “good relationship” includes being mocked, humiliated and ignored.

No wonder they don’t want to explain Jeff Gannon’s frequent visits.

Meanwhile, Dick “Dick” Cheney is dusting off his Nixon-era rhetoric:

Cheney was even more pointed, telling Saakashvili on Sunday afternoon that “Russian aggression must not go unanswered,” according to his press secretary.

Sure sweetheart. Let’s see, since someone has made the U.S. the mangy three-legged dog of international politics, driven a stake through the heart of our economy and wrecked our military in a totally not disproportionate response, how can the U.S. answer Russian aggression?

Hmmm. I know!

Nanny, nanny boo-boo, stick your head in doo-doo!

There. That’s all we gots, Dick. Now shut up and eat your bucket o’ baby hearts.

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*&!# generic Nyquil.

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One response to “President Bush speaks, Irony-o-meters explode

  1. It never hurts to note just how much effort the BushCo has spent poking the Russians in Georgia… Doing everything they can to keep the pot boiling, and when it goes over???