dubya steps in to offer...nothing
Been busy lately with way too much work and school (yes, school) and ESL and trying to organize church stuff and all, but this is worth a post. Heck, what's it been, weeks or so since I threw some rocks at Dubya? Well, he's earning some more:
But when asked about criticism of McCain by conservative commentators Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter, the president said, "I think that if John is the nominee, he has got some convincing to do to convince people that he is a solid conservative and I'll be glad to help him if he is the nominee."Yeah, good luck with that one, George. Let me know how that works for ya.
You know, conservatives are having trouble believing McCain is on their side on even a small handful of issues. But fear not! All that's needed is a reliable conservative source with solid credentials to further the cause by swooping in and putting his own rep on the line to reassure the skeptics. A good one for the job might be...George W. Bush. Yes, that George W. Bush.
Ha! Whatever. No conservative in the world would trust two words that come out of Dubya's mouth when it comes to actual conservative principles. So we're now supposed to jump on the McCain bandwagon because Bush the Younger says he's a "true conservative" and a strong leader? Big deal. From where he sits practically everybody looks conservative, same with McCain. Anybody with half an ounce of sense isn't gonna buy that bullbleep.
Go read the rest of the article, too. As we all could have guessed, that's not Bush's only laugher. I would post a few more here but I'm starting to feel a little sick...