I just read that Bush is going to be in New Orleans today to mark the two-year anniversary of hurricane Katrina.
That should go well.
I am just somewhat curious as to how his handlers can keep him inside his little, opaque bubble of blissful ignorance, and I imagine that the protesters will seriously outnumber the handful of supporters they can drum up. My guess is that they're probably busing in a bunch of folks from Texas to vet the crowd with whatever loyal Bushies remain.
Will we see a contrite and humble Bush standing bravely in the epicenter of what has become a beaming hallmark of his administration's failure and hypocrisy? Or, will we see yet another display of preachy, prattling, fear-mongering gibberish from a man who has become so obsessed with warfare that he pays little to no attention to cries of his own constituents?
Now, I know it's impossible to make bad gumbo in New Orleans (I believe there's a state law against that, actually), but I'm willing to turn a blind eye if someone was willing to serve Dubya a gumbo made from quality ingredients found floating among the rotting death and backed up sewers of the Lower Ninth Ward. Think of it as a public service. After all, how much more damage could this incompetent simp do if he's spending the twilight of his presidency on the thunder box battling a brutal case of explosive diarrhea?
Ah well... That's just a random thought before my morning coffee. It really is the little things that make me smile, ya know.
Posted By Dan to The Wisdom of a Distracted Mind at 8/29/2007 07:56:00 AM