Bush Impersonator – This Kid Is Awesome

I think the title speaks for itself.  This kid is really good and if you enjoy a good laugh I think you will like the video. 

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The 10 Stupidest Things George W. Bush Has Ever Said

Source: masalajokes.blogspot.com   

1- “There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.” —Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 17, 2002

2- “Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.” —Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004

3- “Rarely is the questioned asked: Is our children learning?” —Florence, S.C., Jan. 11, 2000

4- “They misunderestimated me.” —Bentonville, Ark., Nov. 6, 2000

5- “Too many good docs are getting out of the business. Too many OB-GYNs aren’t able to practice their love with women all across this country.” —Poplar Bluff, Mo., Sept. 6, 2004

6- “You work three jobs? … Uniquely American, isn’t it? I mean, that is fantastic that you’re doing that.” —to a divorced mother of three, Omaha, Nebraska, Feb. 4, 2005

7- “I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.” —Saginaw, Mich., Sept. 29, 2000

8- “I hear there’s rumors on the internets that we’re going to have a draft.” —second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

9- “I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family.” —Greater Nashua, N.H., Jan. 27, 2000

10- “Families is where our nation finds hope, where wings take dream.” —LaCrosse, Wis., Oct. 18, 2000

Washington Wants to Know: Who’s on Escort Service List?(the saga continues)

Now don’t you just love it when they say they just used their service for massages only………who the hell do they think they are kidding.  It just blows my mind when someone comes up with that statement.  Just like Clinton when he said he had tried marijuana but didn’t inhale.   

By NEIL A. LEWIS
Published: May 1, 2007

deborah-jeane-palfrey.jpgWASHINGTON, April 30 — The woman who faces charges of running a prostitution ring in Washington that serviced the prominent and powerful said Monday that she intended to force many of those clients to testify in her behalf.

The woman, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, is offering a simple defense to government charges that the escort service she ran for 13 years by telephone from her home in California was actually a straightforward prostitution business.

Although she promoted her business as a legal “high-end erotic fantasy service,” she said it was not intended as an exchange of sex for money. She told reporters Monday that her former clients, reported to include a Bush administration economics official and the head of a conservative research group, among others, should confirm that when they are called to testify.

If any sexual activity occurred, she said, it was not authorized or intended by her but undertaken independently by her female subcontractors and male clients “who disobeyed my directives, their signed contracts and participated in illegal behavior.”

In other words, she is stunned at accusations that sexual activity had taken place between the women who worked for her and the men who paid them about $300 for 90 minutes of their attentions.

Washington residents have been mildly titillated by the case but more than mildly curious about the one obvious question: Who were those powerful clients?

As for now, the names of only two have been revealed. The most prominent was Randall L. Tobias, a veteran businessman and the top foreign aid adviser in the State Department, who resigned Friday after he acknowledged to ABC News that he was on the list of Ms. Palfrey’s clients.

The other, disclosed on Ms. Palfrey’s Web site, was Harlan K. Ullman, a Defense Department consultant best known for coining the phrase “shock and awe” to describe the intended effect on Iraq of the war’s opening barrage, but the phrase also might well describe his own reaction to being called by reporters on Friday about the disclosure, about which he declined comment.

Ms. Palfrey says she does not know the actual names of her clients, just their telephone numbers. She said she gave them to ABC News without compensation so the network could use its resources to match names to the numbers.

ABC has used the information to prepare a story to be broadcast this Friday on its show “20/20.” In a promotion for the segment, ABC said on its Web site Monday that the list includes “a Bush administration economist, the head of a conservative think tank, a prominent C.E.O., several lobbyists and a handful of military officials” in addition to Mr. Tobias and Mr. Ullman. The network did not identify the customers by name and a spokesman declined to say whether it would do so Friday.

Mr. Tobias told reporters that he had used the escort service but said he only received massages.

Ms. Palfrey said Monday that she felt sorry for Mr. Tobias because of the unwanted attention he had received but was gratified that he supported her account that she had not run a sex-for-money service. She chided him, however, for choosing not to come forward earlier with his “extremely valuable exculpatory evidence.”

Ms. Palfrey was in United States District Court on Monday to ask Judge Gladys Kessler to replace her court-selected lawyer, A. J. Kramer, the city’s public defender. Judge Kessler said that she could choose another local lawyer, but that the court would not pay the costs for her to retain her choice, Herald Price Fahringer, a New York lawyer well known for his defense work in obscenity cases.

The indictment accuses Ms. Palfrey of engaging more than 100 women from 1993 to 2006 “for the purpose of engaging in prostitution activity with male clients, including sexual intercourse and oral sex in exchange for money.” She made more than $2 million running the operation, known as Pamela Martin and Associates, according to the indictment.

Information: The New York Times

Federal Official Resigns in Escort Service Inquiry (our tax dollars at work)

Published: April 28, 2007

WASHINGTON, April 27 — The head of the Agency for International Development, Randall L. Tobias, resigned abruptly on Friday for what he said were “personal reasons,” but an administration official said Mr. Tobias’s name had come up in an investigation of a suspected Washington prostitution ring.

On Friday night, ABC News said Mr. Tobias had confirmed on Thursday that he was a customer of an escort service.

A woman from Vallejo, Calif., Deborah J. Palfrey, has pleaded not guilty to charges that she operated a call-girl service in Washington, and has threatened on her Web site to sell her client list to raise money for her defense. ABC News reported that Ms. Palfrey had given the network thousands of phone numbers of clients.

In court papers filed on April 11 in Federal District Court here, she identified an adviser to the Pentagon as “one of the regular customers” of her service. She posted the man’s photo from his own Web site and tax records on a house he owns in Washington.

On her Web site, Ms. Palfrey asserted that her service, doing business as Pamela Martin and Associates, “functioned as a high-end adult fantasy firm which offered legal sexual and erotic services across the spectrum of adult sexual behavior.”

Mr. Tobias told ABC that he used the service for massages, not sex, according to the network’s Web site.

The State Department referred all questions to Mr. Tobias’s personal office in Indianapolis. There was no reply to a message left there on Friday night. At his Washington apartment building, the concierge said Mr. Tobias was not in.

Mr. Tobias, 65, is a former chairman and chief executive of Eli Lilly & Company and of AT&T International. He served as the chairman of the board of Duke University from 1997 to 2000. He was also a major donor to various Republican campaigns.

President Bush nominated him in July 2003 to lead a $15 billion program to fight AIDS worldwide.

At the time, some AIDS experts said Mr. Tobias did not have much experience with AIDS or Africa.

Then, as director of United States Foreign Assistance, he held the rank of ambassador.

In January 2006, Mr. Bush said he would nominate Mr. Tobias to be the administrator of the Agency for International Development. That position gave him the rank of deputy secretary of state.

The White House did not confirm the circumstances of the resignation. Dana Perino, a White House spokeswoman, said the president expressed “sadness and disappointment” that Mr. Tobias was resigning. Mr. Bush expressed appreciation for Mr. Tobias’s work here and around the world, Ms. Perino said, and “wished his family well in the future.”

Jim Rutenberg contributed reporting.

We send our military troops into a country that …

We send our military troops into a country that believes in killing their own people, using their women and children as shields to protect them from our attacks. They take our men/women as hostages and announce when they will behead them.

We on the other hand take their men as hostages and all is turned around that we are the ones who are the unjust and should be punished. Excuse me, but somehow this seems to be the most jackass of a call I’ve ever seen. Our media has become such a delight in portraying us to the world as the “BAD COUNTRY” as to the way we treat our hostages. Even worse is the fact that our military is backing up this so called “unjust treatment” and disgraced these hostages. HELLO………Dubya, we are loosing lives every day to these people you say we have disgraced. Whose pot are ya pissing in??

Well pardon me but the one who is a disgrace is Dubya (who I’m sure knows that war is hell, as he once served, or served once, in the military so he must know, right?) Ah Dubya and your defense department must be practicing social graces with enemy hostages. I can see your bookshelf now with a book called “Hostage Etiquette”.

  • All meals serverd with napkins & flower on each tray
  • Clean bed linens every day
  • Polish and shine prisoner shoes

I think you get the picture, if not, I’ll come to Washington and draw one for ya.