::full responsibility

15 09 2005

…And to the extent that the federal government didn’t fully do its job right, I take responsibility.”

–George W. Bush,

September 13th, 2005 Sweet.

So it shouldn’t be too long now before the rat-bastard is packing his bags and heading back to the ranch. A failed presidency that will be just one of the many failed enterprises Dubya has led into the ground.

I know, I know. I’m living in a dream world. Bush is as likely to resign as little Jenna and Barbara are to stay sober on a Saturday night. But I can hope, right? I can dream? After all, Michael Brown took a bullet for the Administration and resigned from FEMA, the current red-headed stepchild of the US Government.

Besides, a Bush resignation would mean a Cheney presidency, and that would surely lead to dark, dark days. It might be cool, though, to have a president who didn’t beat around the bush (no pun intended, really) and would actually say what’s on his mind every now and then. I’m still trying to learn that whole inside voice, outside voice thing too, Dick. Don’t worry.

It’ll be neat to see how fast the definition of full responsibility changes. I bet it won’t include food shortages or record gas prices. It won’t include an ecomony crippled by a chunk of the contry being devistated. It won’t include thousands dead. Maybe some teams will be sent to New Orleans with high-caliber weapons, where they will search and search but won’t find anything to take responsibility for. Then Bush can wear an apron from the Cafe Du Monde and proudly declare his mission accomplished. With lots of sugar on top.

I can hardly wait to see what happens next.

kisses,

jimbo

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