Friday, April 07, 2006

Exit This Way

When I heard that Bush was the "Leaker in Chief" yesterday, Cheney's Aide Says President Approved Leak, one of my first thoughts was, that I bet he really wants to be done with this job. Cenk Uygur has written a piece for The Huffington Post, The President is Trying to Get Impeached, that expresses those same thoughts:

My theory is that President Bush is trying to get impeached. He's tired and he just wants to go home. His bed in Crawford seems so enticing now. All this presidenting has worn him out. . . . Why else would you break so many laws?

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He let a whole American city go. This isn't Travel Gate. He lost New Orleans. And he still didn't want to show up to work. He was told ahead of time what dangers lay ahead and he stayed on vacation.

He was told that Osama bin Laden was determined to strike inside the United States a month before September 11th. What was his reaction? He stayed on vacation.

And we lost the World Trade Center.

How many more American landmarks are we going to lose with this guy asleep at the wheel? Let alone the treasure in American lives we lost starting a civil war in Iraq.

Now we find out that he authorized leaking classified information to protect his butt politically. This after he had already ordered the NSA to break the FISA law because he was too lazy to get warrants like any other president. This guy just doesn't want to do the heavy lifting of the presidency. He is tired of all the homework and just wants to go home.

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Georgy needs a nap. He's dying to get fired. Will someone put this guy out of his misery and impeach him already? Believe me, you'd be doing him a favor.

Bill Maher said the same thing several months ago, George of the Bungle, after the Katrina debacle:

"I kid, but seriously Mr. President, this job cant' be fun for you anymore. There's no more money to spend. You used up all of that. You can't start another war because you also used up the army, and now darn the luck the rest of your term has become the Bush family nightmare, helping poor people."

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