Your President Speaksapalooza: If It’s Sunday, It Must Also Be Bulgaria

Yesterday, in Sofia, Bulgaria, during a presser with President Georgi Parvanov.

Of Mice And Men

President Parvanov, thank you very much. I call him George. He calls me George.

Which Free Society?

And I appreciate the progress your country has made toward a free society.

Get Your Kicks On Rout Sixty-Six

My call, of course, is to continue to make reforms, and if you find corruption, rout it out.

The Global War On Articles Never Ceases

So we share a common goal about diversification of energy supply.

That Word-Of-The-Day Calendar Comes In Handy

These are big achievements for this country, and the people of Bulgaria ought to be proud of the achievements that they have achieved.

Old Habits Die Hard

Listen, the immigration debate is a tough debate. I’m under no illusions about how hard it is. There are people in my party that don’t want a comprehensive bill; there are people in the Democrat Party that don’t seem to want a comprehensive bill.

Pissed Again

I, frankly, find it interesting that in — a so-called important subject they need to get to would be to pass a political resolution on my Attorney General that’s going to have no bearing on whether he serves in office, or not.

Help Me, You Democrat Bastards

Now, it’s going to require leadership from the Democrat leaders in the Senate, and it’s going to require me to stay engaged and work with Republicans who want a bill.

There Is Two Steps Forward

The political process sometimes isn’t pretty to look at it; there’s two steps forward, one step back.

They Can Try To Have Their Votes Of No Confidence

Yes, it’s an interesting comment about Congress, isn’t it, that, on the one hand, they say that a good general shouldn’t be reconfirmed, and on the other hand, they say that my Attorney General shouldn’t stay. And I find it interesting. I guess it reflects the political atmosphere of Washington. And they can try to have their votes of no confidence, but it’s not going to determine — make the determination who serves in my government.

No Longer Operative

I have — I had confidence in Pete Pace.

I’m The Acriber

You know, he — they haven’t said, here’s — you’ve done something wrong, Attorney General Gonzales. And therefore, I ascribe this lengthy series of news stories and hearings as political

I’m The Determinator

And I’ll make the determination if I think he’s effective, or not, not those who are using an opportunity to make a political statement on a meaningless resolution.

The Global War On Objects Contiues

So just because Bulgaria is not a part of the longer-range missile shield doesn’t mean that there won’t be equipment and help available for intermediate range. That’s how I can answer that question.

4 thoughts on “Your President Speaksapalooza: If It’s Sunday, It Must Also Be Bulgaria

  1. ducky1515 says:

    OK, I give. While we can’t have a literacy test for voting at least can we have a literacy test for being president?
    This guy is the Worst President EVER!

  2. Nora says:

    Shorter Bush: I don’t care what anybody says, I’m going to do what I want, see if I don’t!
    Really, I’ve seen less petulant and more logical two year olds.

  3. pansypoo says:

    IMPEACH

  4. Wha…? “… if you find corruption, rout it out.”
    As Scotty used to say, “You’ve got to use the right tool for the job!”

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