There’s common garden variety rude, and then there’s The Rude One

From Tena:

You see, then, of course, that Bush couldn’t have been fully engaged in the conversation on the morning of August 28, before Katrina struck land. For when Michael Brown, who comes across looking much less little bitch-like than ever, said that if the hurricane deviated slightly from its path, “I do expect there will be some of the levees overtopped,” the President of the United States was fucking a stuffed cow in rapturous memory of his past. And who are the heads of FEMA and the DHS to interrupt such a reverie, such bliss, with news of the nasty big storm?

White House spokestooge Trent Duffy assured reporters that Bush was “engaged” with what was going on during Katrina. What is it with Republican presidents that their press people need to constantly assure the public that the Leader o’ the Free World is “engaged” or “understands” or “reads”? And for all the good that Bush’s engagement did as Michael Brown and others pleaded for help with the metastasizing disaster, well, there’s few among us who could tell George Bush to stop fuckin’ that stuffed cow and pay attention to the nation. The saddest part is that the administration’s reaction is right: the video’s nothing new. It’s just more of the same.

George W. Bush is the anti-Midas. Everything he touches turns to shit. And then he tries to convince us that shit is actually gold. Isn’t it time for the few non shit-statue Republicans to say enough is enough? Is there any reason that hundreds of thousands of us shouldn’t be marching on Washington on a daily basis?

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As to Rudepundit’s closing question, the answer is No, there is no reason.