Thursday, October 28, 2004

"JUST A ONE FINGER VICTORY SALUTE"



Watch it in full here.

27 comments:

spencer said...

Is that your age or IQ, Dubbya?
HA!

so childish, I know.

Anonymous said...

O.T.

Donnie Darko
http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/3838264/detail.html

Anonymous said...

what the fuck man! could this guy be any shittier? it's just so sad and embarassing he's the president. oh, all you out there should go to WWW.WHITEHOUSEWEST.COM and watch will farrell's spoof on bush, if you haven't already-classic. s.t.

Anonymous said...

Uh oh, the goddamn chimp is sniffing his finger after "exploring" again.

Brother Ron

Anonymous said...

if that is embarassing then i would assume you were embarassed when the previous president was getting his dick sucked by a fat intern, in the oval office. or no, thats not so bad?

Anonymous said...

I thought Monica Lewinsky was hot. I like my girls a little thicky-thick.

Anonymous said...

yeah, that was embarassing too, but at least Clinton had enough sense NOT TO HAVE HIMSELF FILMED!

Bush is an idiot and need to leave. Now.

Anonymous said...

he's on tape.. not film. difference, smart guy.

Laurent said...

This video reminds me that Bush is what would've happened if Sid Vicious cleaned up, found Jesus, and had a dad who was President.

Anonymous said...

i can't wait til that chubby-chasing billionaire-chasing flip-flopper loses big-time on nov. 2nd! go dubya!

Anonymous said...

I can't wait til that chubby-chasing billionaire-chasing flip-flopper loses big time on nov. 2nd! go dubya!

Anonymous said...

I can't wait til that chubby-chasing billionaire-chasing flip-flopper loses big time on nov. 2nd! go dubya!

Anonymous said...

I can't wait for that chubby-chasing billionaire-chasing flip-flopper loses on Tuesday. Go DUBYA!

Anonymous said...

Hey, if you are going to comment about embarassing actions by the president, then bush holding up a finger on tape from many years ago pales in comparison to the president getting a hummer in the oval office (married president that is).

oh, and if you have a beef with GW supposedly lying to the american people, remember that slick willy was the the one who looked the american people in the eye with his poignant "i did not have sexual relations with that woman...." speech. yeah yeah yeah, "so what, his sex life is his business, etc. ect." that argument doesnt hold water.

clinton set the standard for lying when president....and i would hazard to guess that most readers of this blog loved him. you cant have it both ways, and you cant change the rules to suit your agenda.

Anonymous said...

You forget the other option, Anonymous who isn't me or any other Anonymous: a lying president is a disgrace no matter what the circumstances.

You moral relativists that defend the current pres on the grounds that the previous one did the same thing yet castigated said previous pres for his actions should quit flip flopping vis a vis the issue of presidential prevarication. Unless you also gave Clinton a pass, then I got nothing to say about that.

Me, I'm sticking to my convictions: for brazenly lying to the American public, nether George W. Bush nor William Jefferson Clinton will get my vote this coming Tuesday.

Thank you and good day.

P.S. We'll probably need some really good cute baby animal pics to help heal the nation's wounds after all of this is over with. It couldn't hurt, is all I'm sayin'.

Anonymous said...

There's a difference between a guy lying because he got busted with his nuts in a chick's mouth and a guy who lies in order to start a war. Moral relativism my ass, they're not the same thing.

Anonymous said...

Everybody here seems to be quite smart, but still naive and ignoring the point that a despot who had waged a fourty year reign of terror over his own people , mass murdering thousands at his whim, was removed from a position of power which he undoubtedly would have misused to broaden his influence on world affairs .

I am not one to tell you how to vote. I will only say encourage every one you meet to vote. What kind of example are we as a country when we try to promote the idea that the power really is in the hands of the people and only say thirty some percent show up on election night. The world must be laughing at out hypocritical nature.

GO OUT AND VOTE!

Anonymous said...

Hmm, lying about sex or lying about events which lead to the death of thousands of Americans. You’re right, they’re exactly the same thing. Show me a single solider who died as a result of the Monica scandal.

Anonymous said...

Yeh, while some tool was working his polling place for eight years doing nothing to prevent a war that was begun in Munich Olympics 1972, barbarian extremists were allowed to infiltrate and set up one of the most heinous acts that recent history has seen.

Anonymous said...

Whatever Clinton did or didn't do is irrelevant to the fact that the current war in the most foolhardy and irresponsible fashion imaginable. Way to go...let's fight a religious war by alienating the rest of the world, targeting all members of that religion, and creating fatherless kids and feuling the anti-american fanaticism with a cocky disregard for human life.

Anonymous said...

Depends on what your definition of "is" is....

Anonymous said...

if soldiers werent willing to risk their lives, they shouldnt have signed up. the weekend warriors that got paid $400 a month, free education, etc. for the last 10 years took a gamble that there wouldnt be a war. they lost. thats why i didnt join the national guard. so yep, they got paid a few hundred bucks a month for partying in Hoboken, NJ, for a decade. then the call to duty came, and they are living up to their responsibilities. and from the folks i know in the military, they bitch a whole lot less about living up to their committments than the anti war bloggers.

how about the kids that were orphaned when sadamm gassed their parents, which also happened to be his own people. the same people that are bitching about the war are the ones bitch that we dont step in in such places as the sudan, ivory coast, etc.

might make people think twice before they join the military, national guard, etc. war sucks, and no one likes to see people die, especially not american soldiers. but, when you take a job, you accept it knowing what the risks are.

Anonymous said...

I value the courage/desperation/sense of duty whatever it is that makes a person sign up for military service. But it's a limited resource, and to go into Iraq with no exit policy is an extreme expenditure of that resource. If the point of the invasion was to get rid of Saddam, avenge his crimes (which you don't even believe, do you dickhead?) then it's mission accomplished. But this was ostensibly part of the war on terror, and guess what? Saddam may have been a tyrant and a murderer...but he wasn't a terrorist! oh no. So now we're extended, our people divided, the world is suspicious of how responsible our government is going to be with our acknowledged military might, and the world is entering a time of fear and pressure like I've never experienced in my lifetime.

Nice Jorb, George.

And may the next person who makes some disparaging comment about Anonymous bitching posters choke on their own hypocritical vomit and/or semen.

Happy Voting!

Anonymous said...

i have served my country in the military at a time of war (that i may or may not have agreed with, but i signed up, was obligated to fulfill a role/duty, and i did it). consequently, i think its gives me the right to have any opinion i want (much like the argument that john kerry had the right to do say whatever the f#ck he wanted upon returning from vietnam because he served).

if you havent served, it may have been timing, your choice, or a host of other reasons, and that doesnt make you better or worse than me or any other veteran. and you still have the right to your opinion on war, GW, or any other topic. but i fought for your and my right to vote, so i think i deserve the same respect.

you dont have to agree with me, but i put my ass on the line, as the soldiers in iraq are doing as we speak, so i will certainly voice my opinion. and unless i missed something in the constitution of the internet, i dont have to agree with the majority of the bloggers to have the right to post.

exercise your right, vote...lots of people fought and/or died for you to have that privilege.

Anonymous said...

to all the kerry supporters and bush supporters:
if any of you really and truly want peace in the world, start by acting (and thinking) peacefully. the first step towards peace is to be a peaceful person. please stop the name-calling.

Anonymous said...

yea, yr right. Sorry for calling you a dickhead, man.

Anonymous said...

Hey, don't worry about it, man. I knew you were talking about the other Anonymous anyway, not about me.

GO Messrs. Kerry and Edwards!

No disrespect, Messrs. Bush and Cheney!