Thursday, September 14, 2006

Liar, Liar, World on Fire


9/11 was Hilarious


“One of the hardest parts of my job is to connect Iraq to the war on terror,’’ President Bush told Katie Couric CBS Transcript

Katie, you're nothing more than a WHORE!
COURIC: Well, Mr. President, thank you so much for your time.
BUSH: Good luck.
COURIC: I'm really grateful. Thank you. Thank you.


--->
Noonan: You were separated on September 11th. What was it like when you saw each other again?
Mrs. Bush: Well, we just hugged. I think there was a certain amount of security in being with each other than being apart.
President Bush: But the day ended on a relatively humorous note. The agents said, "You'll be sleeping downstairs. Washington's still a dangerous place." And I said no, I can't sleep down there, the bed didn't look comfortable. I was really tired, Laura was tired, we like our own bed. We like our own routine. You know, kind of a nester. Like the way things are. I knew I had to deal with the issue the next day and provide strength and comfort to the country, and so I needed rest in order to be mentally prepared. So I told the agent we're going upstairs, and he reluctantly said okay. Laura wears contacts, and she was sound asleep. Barney was there. And the agent comes running up and says, "We're under attack. We need you downstairs," and so there we go. I'm in my running shorts and my T-shirt, and I'm barefooted. Got the dog in one hand, Laura had a cat, I'm holding Laura --
Mrs. Bush: I don't have my contacts in, and I'm in my fuzzy house slippers --
President Bush: And this guy's out of breath, and we're heading straight down to the basement because there's an incoming unidentified airplane, which is coming toward the White House. Then the guy says it's a friendly airplane. And we hustle all the way back upstairs and go to bed.
Mrs. Bush: [laughs] And we just lay there thinking about the way we must have looked.
Noonan: So the day starts in tragedy and ends in Marx Brothers.
President Bush: That's right -- we got a laugh out of it.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Lane_in_PA said...

Meanwhile, in New York City, thousands of people won't be coming home from work to their loved ones.

Thousands of people are searching for their missing loved ones and their hearts are filled with despair and dread for the awful truths that await them.

The streets smell of death and fire, the air is poisoned.

But Bushie and Lumpette have the luxury of being able to have a laugh about "the way we must have looked."

Life is just a sitcom for them.

3:34 PM  
Blogger Panda said...

Those two are a disgrace. They should both be in jail. She seems to get a pass because she shows no emotion...people don't realize that's the Xanax. Like Eva Braun, she knows damned well what her own little Hitler is doing.

5:57 PM  

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