Wednesday, September 26, 2007

28%ers Defend Bush's Stoo-PID-It-Tee

If you missed Gee Dubya Bush's speechifyin' at "The New-Nited Nations" yesterday, you missed the tee-heeing and tsk-tsking of the educated masses, responding to the accidental leaking of Bush's phonetics-enhanced text...

Pronunciations for President Bush's friend French President Sarkozy appeared in draft #20 on the UN website. Other pronunciations included the Mugabe "regime" and pronunciations for countries "Kyrgyzstan" and "Mauritania."

Get the picture? Bush is an idiot. No big revelation there.

The most interesting aspect, though, is how fervently his supporters defend him:

What's up with you people? So what if the president needs help saying a few words? Can you say Kyrgyzstan correctly off the top of your head? Leave the president alone, he works very hard for all of you and he deserves your graditude.

This was not put on the un website by accident. It is another vile attempt to discredit the great leader of our country by democrats and liberals. They are why are country is divided, not because of President Bush.

If I was going to present a speech, I would want to pronounce names correctly. Hats off for the effort...why is this even news?

There are so many more idiotic defense posts at the link, but here's my favorite:

The whole UN is full of idots. They should take it out of America and put it on an island of its own and call it UN Island and make it an independent country of it's own.

Hm. Last time I checked, Manhattan was an island.

And the land where UN Headquarters was located was international territory (donated by John D. Rockefeller Jr., in 1946).

And most people are smart enough to figure out that the poster meant "idiots," not "idots."

Good thing that poster wasn't assigned the task of spelling out Bush's speech!

That would've made the president look Stoo-PID.

By the way, Bush's {cough) phonetics experts (cough) provided him with an incorrect pronunciation for Sarkozy (saʁkɔˈzi]).

And if Bush could read IPA, I'd be impressed.

Sadly, his "phonetic spelling" pronunciation guide words are elementary school gibberish.

Which explains everything.

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19--


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