“They Told Me To Sit At The Head Of The Table”

Either the famously impatient Chimp arrived a bit early for dinner or no one wants to eat with a Crybaby Loser.

U.S. President George W. Bush arrives for a working dinner with NATO heads of state during a NATO summit in Riga November 28, 2006. Heads of state and government from the 26 NATO countries met for a discussion on transatlantic issues at the highest level on Tuesday.

REUTERS

5 thoughts on ““They Told Me To Sit At The Head Of The Table”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Part of a plan led by Angela Merkel who will not be caught alone in a room with Bush, not at all costs. So all the Europeans will arrive together, with Merkel hidden in the middle of the crowd so gropy chimpy can’t get to her.

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  2. flory says:

    So I’m pretty sure Angela Merkel insisted on a seat as far from him as possible.
    Who were the lucky two that got to sit next to him?

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  3. Anonymous says:

    More than likely he just elbowed his way through the door first.
    “A’hm line-leader, stoopidhead! Unka Karl said so!”

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  4. MapleStreet says:

    Any chance that the Reuters arrives for working dinner caption under a photo of empty chairs is some sort of dig?

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  5. Anonymous says:

    >>Who were the lucky two that got to sit next to him?
    gorilla grodd and bizarro.
    wait, that’s not the hall of doom? could’ve fooled me.
    -dan mcenroe

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