on U.S. soil. U.S. soil is a big caveat. I mean, that is a key thing.
And in our exit interview with President Bush, you’re just struck by
the extent to which he was a war president. I mean, that’s what drove
him most passionately. And when you talk to him about it, you feel as
though he’s just sort of been left behind by the public and by history.
And I think that’s because of the very success in preventing another
attack on U.S. soil…
Oh, they are so fucking tiresome. It’s the same as every other bit of nonsense that they spout, taking a deliberately nasty position and expecting some kind of kudos for it. “Nobody else is willing to say that‘Barack the Magic Negro’ is just funny, and I know it’s not popular but THERE I SAID IT BOW BEFORE MY COURAGE.” They make me want to lay down.
And I think the rest of the country agrees. When Bush leaves office there may in fact be a short burst of affection for the chewy little creep, along the lines of how when Nixon died people struggled to find something nice to say for a minute before shrugging and going, “Eh, asshole.” I don’t think it’s anything to be terribly upset about. The only reason the TownHall and Corner fucktards need to go on their BUSH REUNION TOUR 09 MOTHERFUCKERS trip is that fluffing up Bush gave them the strength of purpose they needed to make catty remarks about liberals without the excuse of The Clenis.
The rest of the country? Already thinks Obama is president, likes him just fine, and anyway does not depend on the opinions of those at the Corner for a reason to get up in the morning.