[internetworkers] *jaw hits floor*
dave at matusiak.org
Tue Jun 15 12:09:29 EDT 2004
view the classic Bush joke:
another classic! Bush wipes glasses on woman's sweater video:
take a peek at Baghdad:
*** This film showing TONIGHT ONLY at 7:00 PM; Carolina Theater in
and don't forget THE MOVIE OF THE SUMMER!!!!
Opens in just 10 days!! Buy your advance tickets now!!! See multiple
and it looks like the neo-nazis are going to try to prevent
non-violent, civilian Americans from even SEEING this film. Isn't that
what America was founded on? Extreme ignorance, followed by grotesque
hatred and coupled with censorship?!?!
funny how all the people calling for a boycott have not seen this film
and are promising to never see it. what? can't I make up my own
mind?? the French really seemed to like it!
On Mar 26, 2004, at 7:46 AM, Beth wrote:
> If there was any doubt in your mind that Bush has no class, taste,
> sensitivity, respect, or intelligence...
> Bush Pokes Some Fun During Media Dinner
> By SIOBHAN McDONOUGH
> WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush poked fun at his staff, his
> Democratic challenger and himself Wednesday night at a black-tie
> dinner where he hobnobbed with the news media.
> Bush put on a slide show, calling it the ``White House Election-Year
> Album'' at the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association 60th
> annual dinner, showing himself and his staff in some decidedly
> unflattering poses.
> There was Bush looking under furniture in a fruitless, frustrating
> search. ``Those weapons of mass destruction have got to be
> somewhere,'' he said.
> There was Vice President Dick Cheney, a frequent butt of gentle Bush
> ribbing, holding his fingers a few inches apart. Bush said, ``Whenever
> you ask him a question, he replies, 'Let's see what my little friend
> And there was Bush again, in an odd contortion in front of his
> national security adviser, Condoleezza Rice. He said he was trying to
> explain to her the foreign policy of Democratic challenger John Kerry.
> Bush showed himself playing cards on Air Force One and cracked that he
> was on his way to an international summit and using a special deck to
> help him bone up on the names of the leaders he was about to meet.
> His slide show segued into a somber ending, showing a group of special
> forces troops in Afghanistan at the site where they buried a piece of
> the fallen World Trade Center in commemoration of the dead from Sept.
> The late NBC News reporter David Bloom, who died in April from an
> apparent blood clot while covering the Iraq war, was remembered. His
> wife, Melanie, talked of her husband's passion for journalism.
> About 1,500 guests attended the dinner.
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