Thursday, November 11, 2010

And He Should Know

John Nolte on Kanye West:
Good to know Kanye West is capable of shame. There might be hope for him yet. Who would’ve ever guessed that after eight years of the worst kind of cruelty and vitriol aimed at President Bush that West would be the first to publicly take it back. Knowing the left as we all do, Kanye is likely to be the last.
Comment #1:
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More on the book that is REHABILITATING GEORGE W. BUSH!!!
The best part of the read is how the President’s voice comes through on every page. Like the man, the prose is direct, humble, frequently funny, and always humane. He’s probably one of the most decent men to ever hold that office and if you think you miss him now wait till you read “Decision Points.”
How do you sleep you cunt?


NutellaonToast said...

Now all we need is for Bush to admit that he was wrong to go into Iraq and we'll all have a big group hug and laugh and talk boisterously about how much we've all learned.

And they all lived happily ever after.

Except for the ones who had already died or been maimed.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

UrinalMint has 108 penis points, so who are we to question he/she/its wisdom?

Another Kiwi said...

Jebus i don't want to know how to redeem those points.
That was Bush's worst moment eh? Yes an accusation of racism hurts but that's the worst eh?

Kathleen said...

how does that guy dress himself?

Substance McGravitas said...

Well, now it's a takeback. Any bad moments left? No?

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

BBBB says "I can't be angry all the time"

But hell, it seems like they are trying to see if it's possible.