Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Bush swears too

It appears that President Bush just wants them to stop that shit. Never mind who needs to stop it or what shit they need to stop. He's the decider and, while wired up with a microphone at the G8 Summit, let it slip.

Now, ordinarily, nobody would care if someone dropped a huge s-bomb. However, this is the president. He is supposedly the leader of the 'free world' and is held to a higher standard than that of the clerk at your local Gas and Munch.

George, when you are wearing a microphone, beware that it may always be turned on. Don't make yourself look dumber than you already are. If someone's listening and you are under a microscope, always being analyzed, clean up your act and portray yourself as a respectable leader. Don't come off as a good ole' boy from Texas just because you have a plot of land that grows tumbleweeds.

I know not everyone comes off as well-spoken and presentable while out in public but even I gussy it up as I never know who will be watching and listening.

Hell, I bet there are alot of people who, by now, know that I watch the Food Network without wearing pants. Or do I? Only those who have my home wired (you know who you are) with microphones and cameras know for sure. Just remember that sometimes, in certain places, you should act like someone is listening and watching because they probably are.. and the opinions of the people show it.

6 comments:

betmo said...

i'd like bushco to stop their shit too- but nobody listens to me. perhaps if i was talking to blair?

dawn said...

personally I think it showed he was human. It was what eveyone was thinking anyway.

SlimAdam said...

c'mon. he says 'shit' once and people are up in arms? give me a break. this is actually one time i think it's a non issue. perhaps instead of the swearing everybody should concentrate on what else he was saying. and then try to argue he wasn't right? wait, did i kind of just agree with Dubbya?

Brian said...

It is a FINE distraction whipped up by American media for the three-second attention span of the American public. The NASCAR fans among us will be so distracted that they will forget about the sixty bucks it takes to fuel up the rusty 1987 Chevy Silverado and pray at their baptist church that the Almighty Bush is forgiven for saying SHIT.

No said...

I agree with Slim Adam, although I don't want to admit it....

grrrr...

Brian said...

It's not so bad to agree with Adam... hearing him discuss his love of all things 'Angel' is another thing...