Was anyone else just too afraid they would projectile vomit if they watched the president stutter one more time?
*Raising and waving hand* Oh me, me, I was!
I opted out of watching the prez lie a little bit more, and instead watched a rerun of Project Runway, because, let’s face it, Michael Kors ain't afraid to tell the truth!
Anyway, back to the important stuff. I found some reviews and transcripts of the speech last night, and was so grateful I didn't watch.
Bush:” America is addicted to oil, which is often imported from unstable parts of the world, the best way to break this addiction is through technology."
Me: umm duh, and isn't this like, a little late? I mean the Green Party has been toting this line for years (as has anyone one else with half-a-brain, and no stock in Halliburton or any of the Bush oil co's)
Bush: "second-guessing is not a strategy" (when referring to the war in Iraq)
Me: OMFG. I thought only God was infallible-oh wait, never mind.
I think that Nevada's Democrat and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, put it best, saying it was not credible to hear Bush talk about "making America more secure and honoring our troops or making America energy independent or making health care more affordable without hearing him explain why he's done just the opposite for the last five years."
He went on some more about how the war was the best thing for us, and to leave now would mean abandoning our allies blah blah blah, it's the right choice we have to keep our word, blah blah.
Yeah, how about helping all those soldiers keep their word to their families, that they would be coming home safe.
AARRGGHHH- don't even get me started.
Have a nice Wednesday, and I would like to hear your take on the President's speech.