Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Too Much Cake for Fratty


Flabby-man Bush returned to the White House after his annual physical at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland four pounds heavier, but "healthy" tested and rested. It must be nice to have his health care paid for. Over 40 million Americans have no health insurance. Even with insurance the cost of health care has become a major concern out here in reality. For the rest of us lab work and x-rays may or may not be covered by our insurance. Yes, it must be nice to not have to worry about it.


Fatty Bush who lives the high life has gained weight. Too many birthday cakes while more people fall below the poverty line. He says he exercises every day so it's got to be all that rich White House food we pay for.


Fatty: I'm just amazed at the health care here at Bethesda. The Admiral runs an amazing operation. And it's really important for our citizens to know that if one of our men and women get hurt on the battlefield, they're going to get incredibly good health care. And, Admiral, I can't thank you and your staff enough for serving this country with great dignity and class.
ADMIRAL ROBINSON: Thank you very much.
Fatso who cut VA funding: Appreciate -- appreciate being here. God Bless. Thank you.
I'm doing fine; my health is fine. I probably ate too many birthday cakes.


Lieboy can't even tell the truth about his height
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Nice spin here...it's MUSCLE! He's at MOST 5'11", not 6' and 191 lbs (now)of spun muscle:

The nearly 6-foot (1.83 meter) Bush weighed in at 196 pounds (89 kg), up from around 191.6 pounds (87 kg) last year.A fitness enthusiast, Bush rides his mountain bike several times a week and also does elliptical training, free-weights, stretching and low-impact workouts on a treadmill.Mountain biking became his favorite sport after he had to give up running three years ago because of knee problems. Bush's body mass index is 26.6 under a formula used by the National Institutes of Health. A BMI of 25 or above is considered to be overweight though the index does not account for extra muscle mass.

More on his medical history.

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