Time with Bob Boudelang
"George W. Bush Is a Bull Dog on the Pantleg of the World,
August 2, 2002
By Bob Boudelang, Angry American Patriot
cannot begin to tell you what an inspiration it has been to
me, as a loyal Republican and sometimes working person, to
reflect on Our Great Career of Our Great President. As he
himself says, "I was a bulldog on the pant leg of opportunity."
Beginning as a humble oil company president (which you can
hardly prove Osama Bin Laden's brother financed), he only
failed three or four times. Still, he made more money, even
if his investors didn't, but that is the jenius of capitalism.
It is like three card monty only bigger, and if you don't
like it you can go to Communist Sweden and cry about your
special 411K there, Sore Loserman.
But at last George W. became a hardworking member of the
board of directors at Harken Industries and then it was on
to other deals that are probly better off not being discussed
in public. And yes LIEberals and moderates want to tear him
down for that! What an injustice.
Do not you realize that if everyone had known the company
was going bankrupt like George did, his stock would have been
worthless? But instead of applauding him for his daring and
his quick action, DemocRATS complain just because he broke
a few silly laws.
And yes while George W. was there Harken got a contract to
drill in Bahrain even though they were on the verge of bankruptcy
and had never drilled a well overseas, but that was just a
coincidence and not the Great Father of Our President pulling
strings, so stop saying that. Besides, Our Great President
says he opposed the drilling which goes to show.
Sure, the minutes say
everyone voted unanimously to approve it, but that was just
because of peer pressure. In his heart of hearts, he was opposed
and would have spoke up but kept silent. And not because he
was drunk, either. You cannot prove that without asking someone
who was there, and they will not talk, I hope.
And yes, Harken set up a company in the Cayman Islands to
avoid taxes but that is just common sense. Besides, it turned
out there was no oil in Bahrain, so there were no taxes on
it to avoid, as Ari Fleischer says. After all, if I rob you
but you turn out to have no money, where is the crime?
And so George got richer while investors didn't, which are
just the brakes. There are no guarantees in life, and no such
thing as a free lunch. And I did not shoplift that cheese
and cracker package, either and politely paid for it when
the clerk at the Liquor Warehouse asked even before the cops
came. George and I are just victims of the liberal politics
of destruction, for which I blame Slick Willy Klintoon.
If Clinton had only stood up the during the election in 1992
and said "Yes, I plan to get a blow job" there would never
of been eight years of investigations and $70 millions spent
by Ken Starr and Americans would have known the truth. Then
maybe Ken Starr would have been hobnobbing with rich rock
stars like String and Elvis John at Paul McCarthy's wedding
instead of arguing
about tattoos in South Carolina.
Instead due to the politics of destruction, Slick Willy was
able to run around saying "It is the economy stupid," which
only stupid people believed. In fact, the George Bush economic
miracle kicked in as soon as the Great Father of Our President
was mistakenly cheated out of his office, and continued right
up until his Great Son of the Great Father of Our President,
Our President, got in. Then we all saw what a failure the
Clintoon policies were, all right, and stop blaming the tax
cut. Do you not have sympathy for dead billionaires trying
to pass on their fortune to their poor struggling kids?
Fortunately we will soon have another war with Iraq and Sodom
Husane. Yes, the last time we liberated Kuwait and went to
get him, the people of Kuwait ended up not being free and
Sodom's opposition got stabbed in the back (which is another
Liberal lie) and Sodom ended up more in charge than before
and Halliburton Co. got contracts with Iraq. But that was
just a coincidence and not any sort of crooked deal with the
Great Father of our President. It is horrible that you would
even think such a thing, and you should turn yourself in to
Our Great Attorney General, who I am sure does not know a
thing about what
his friend is up to, for saying it.
So on to Bayroot! Stand up, Sit Down, Fight Fight Fight!
As Donald Rumsfilled says, time is running out. I'll be right
here, cheering us on.
Bob Boudelang is Still A Republican Team Leader and is
angling for a certain person's job with big connections and
lots of dough. He can be reached at Bobboudelang@yahoo.com
and checks it at the library everyday almost.
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