Monday, February 27, 2006

Would You Rather Be Beloved Or Reviled?

George Dubai Bush and his wife won't be visiting the Taj Mahal during their trip to India this week. President Dubya Dubai blames the omission on a "scheduler."

"I am disappointed with that (not visiting Taj). People who have seen the Taj Mahal say that pictures don't do justice. It's one of the great magnificent sites of the world," the US President said in an interaction with two Indian journalists here.

In a lighter vein, Bush blamed the miss on the scheduler. "And look, if I were the scheduler, perhaps I would be doing things differently. But you want me doing one thing. I'll be the President, we've got the scheduler being the scheduler," he said.

In other news from Planet OH RIGHT SURE, Bush will be protected by 5,000 guards during his trip.

The stated reason: "Bush is a VVIP."

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - About 5,000 personnel including snipers, commandos and U.S. marines using helicopters, bomb detectors and electronic jammers will protect President George W. Bush during his visit to India this week, officials said on Monday.

The personnel would be part of a three-ring security cordon around the U.S. president and First Lady Laura Bush who are due to arrive in New Delhi for their maiden visit to the subcontinent on Wednesday, they said.

"He is a much-threatened VVIP. We are fully geared," Manish Agarwal, a top Delhi police officer involved in security operations, told Reuters.

VVIP? Does that stand for "Vacuously Vile Irresponsible Prick?"

Is that why his head is on fire?

India obviously doesn't want George to visit.

Beloved or reviled? When it comes to George Dubai Bush, that's not a difficult question to answer, is it?

So you think you know Delilah?
Judges 16:19--


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I had killed as many people as Bush, I would need a small army to protect my ass ass as well.

Bush is too stupid to understnad how evil he looks to the rest of the world.

1:58 PM  
Blogger Lew Scannon said...

His head is on fire 'cause he's been thinking too much. They need a small army to keep protestors away from Bush.

6:34 PM  

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