Friday, September 16, 2005

A Picture is Worth a Day of Blogging

It is a busy day at work, so it will be light blogging for me today. So, I thought I would post some pictures for you all today.

President Bush addresses the nation from Jackson Square last night. You have to wonder if this man can really lead the reconstruction of the Gulf Coast if he can't even button right. Now, Bush does have a rep for ripping a new one for any staff member who criticizes him, but for god's sake, at least let him know he is off by one. Makes you also wonder if his shoes are slip on or velcro.


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As they say, truth is better than fiction.


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This is a snap shot of the note that the prez wrote to Conndie at the UN the other day. I wonder if he raised his hand and asked for a hall pass.


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Since the UN General Assembly is in session, it is also protest week here in New York. Last night, people were protesting in front of the Iranian consulate. They were holding a big banner reading "the Islamic Republic is the Godfather of Terrorism." I took a picture, but it is took dark to see, unfortunately.

The Ukrainian consulate were having a party last night also. I have no idea why they had a party inside, because they were all standing around outside on the street so they could smoke. I am not talking about 5 or 6 out side. I counted at one point 22 people.

I applaud all the people who care enough about a matter to come and protest. I have not seen any outrageous protests or causes. But, honestly, they are starting to all run together. After a while, I can't keep all the causes straight in my mind and they all blur together. I am pretty sure that there was a protest about "Freeing Tibetan Terrorist" and one saying "Stop Fulon Gong from spreading AIDs in Africa."

5 comments:

Mark said...

The pics are great and so accurate to the prevailing notion most of us have about Dubya. Potty training going well.

I presume that Condi told him to wash his hands afterwards.

Dingo said...

well, I could make some crude comment about needing her there to wipe, but I won't.

Bec of the Ladies Lounge said...

the pictures speak, indeed. great collection, loved the 'disaster' line - wonder if that caption writer is a Republican?

I'll visit again, Michele sent me.

Beth said...

Hey, I was going to put up that Sky News pic to demonstrate the left-wing bias of the media. (I decided it was unnecessary.) ;)

The note picture is just silly, but the button one IS hilarious! Of course, you know that's one of the things that we on the right love about him. It just goes with the stratergery, y'know. ;)

Off topic: it's Talk Like A Pirate Day, matey! Arrrr!

Dingo said...

Beth, it is always talk like a pirate day.

I don't think the sky news thing was necessarily intentional but just one of life's little ironies.

yes, the note think was silly. There is actually a lot of protocol when it comes to the UN and Bush probably did the appropriate thing in making sure he's was not going to invoke a war with Kazakhstan by taking a leak. I thought it was kind of fitting with the whole button thing though. With so many handlers, how does no one tell him that he is off a button?