All too real: Will Ferrell as Dubya on Global Warming. (POSTED: September 17, 2006)
National Association of Presidential Scholars says Bush is in a Category by Himself: dwarf president." (POSTED: August 30, 2006)
Bush regrets. (POSTED: June 11, 2006)
A Postmodern Parable: Bush is a Saint. (POSTED: February 22, 2006)
America is full of the wrong kind of people: Fighting the Moral Decay of "Those People". their parents should be held responsible for the depravity of their children. (POSTED: September 18, 2005)
John Ellis Bush mug shot after arrest Sept. 16, 2005. (POSTED: September 18, 2005)
The Shrub's Priorities. (POSTED: September 17, 2005)
U.S. President George W. Bush writes a note to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a Security Council meeting at the 2005 World Summit and 60th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York September 14, 2005. Potty Break. Link to saved copy of: Reuters original. (POSTED: September 15, 2005)
Bush really is stupid and mean, the corporate press finally tells us. He can't even understand the speeches he's given to read. Now They Tell Us. Unfortunately, he thinks he's a great leader, with a mission. (POSTED: September 13, 2005)
Judging from the blistering analyses in Time, Newsweek, and elsewhere these past few days, it turns out that Bush is in fact fidgety, cold and snappish in private. He yells at those who dare give him bad news and is therefore not surprisingly surrounded by an echo chamber of terrified sycophants. He is slow to comprehend concepts that don't emerge from his gut. He is uncomprehending of the speeches that he is given to read. And oh yes, one of his most significant legacies -- the immense post-Sept. 11 reorganization of the federal government which created the Homeland Security Department -- has failed a big test....
"Bush's bubble has grown more hermetic in the second term, they say, with fewer people willing or able to bring him bad news -- or tell him when he's wrong. Bush has never been adroit about this. A youngish aide who is a Bush favorite described the perils of correcting the boss. 'The first time I told him he was wrong, he started yelling at me,' the aide recalled about a session during the first term. 'Then I showed him where he was wrong, and he said, "All right. I understand. Good job." He patted me on the shoulder. I went and had dry heaves in the bathroom.' . . .
After reelection: Inside the White House. (POSTED: February 24, 2005)
Bush Tries to Push His Way Past Clinton to be the First to Emerge from the Door for Clinton's Library Opening. (POSTED: November 21, 2004)
Time Magazine. (POSTED: November 7, 2004)
Daily Mirror. (POSTED: November 7, 2004)
Fuzzy Math. "For diplomacy to be effective, lies must be credible." (POSTED: October 30, 2004)
Monster Slash. (POSTED: October 30, 2004)
test your skill and try to give DUBYA some much needed smarts! Bush Brain Game. (POSTED: October 29, 2004)
Video: Bush Give One-Finger Victory Salute. (POSTED: October 27, 2004)
New at Enjoy The Draft.com: Jenna & Barbara Bush Welcome You to SPRING BREAK FALLUJAH 2005! (POSTED: October 25, 2004)
Terry Jones reports a conversation between GWB and GOD: George, God here ...: President Bush has words with the Almighty (PUBLISHED and POSTED: October 22, 2004)
Humor Ahead! Florida Voting Machine [windows media] (PUBLISHED and POSTED: October , 2004)
Electronic Ballot for Florida Vote (POSTED: October 16, 2004)
FCC Song [Warning, language not suitable for all audiences!]. (POSTED: October 13, 2004)
Al-Qaeda Weighs in on the November Elections. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: October 11, 2004)
Not so funny: Bush Pre-senile Dementia Video. "This video intercuts footage from 10 years ago with recent footage - the difference is dramatic and disturbing. And obvious." (POSTED: October 11, 2004)
"It's Hard Work" - A Bush Debate Video. (POSTED: October 11, 2004)
Danke Cheney A behind the scenes look as Dick Cheney Warms up For The Vice Presidential Debate (POSTED: October 6, 2004)
GOD v. BUSH. (POSTED: October 6, 2004)
Bush Cheating During First Debate. (POSTED: October 5, 2004)
Debate Desperation. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: October 5, 2004)
This or That. (POSTED: October 5, 2004)
How do you run a convention on a record of failure? (POSTED: October 5, 2004)
Bush: Protect My Ass! (POSTED: October 5, 2004)
The President on 9-11. (POSTED: October 5, 2004)
The DNC's The Two Faces of Bush. (POSTED: October 3, 2004)
Kerry manages some jokes on Letterman at Bush's expense. Some are even funny! Kerry Does'Top Ten' on Letterman Show, [Read down for Kerry's 10] (PUBLISHED and POSTED: September 21, 2004)
Bush Ordered to Active Duty for Failure to Complete Military Obligation. (POSTED: September 15, 2004)
Condoleezza Rice Gets "Extreme Makeover". (POSTED: September 15, 2004)
Dubya's 10 Commandments. (POSTED: September 13, 2004)
Photo of: Bush Pledging Allegiance to His Belly at a 9/11 Commemoration. I guess he missed school that day. (PUBLISHED September 11 and POSTED: September 13, 2004)
If Bush ran against Jesus, here's what the ads would look like: Jesus-Bush. (POSTED: September 10, 2004)
Fahrenheit 2004: Bush v. Moore (POSTED: August 19, 2004)
The name speaks for itself! www.johnkerryisadouchebagbutimvotingforhimanyway.com (POSTED: August 8, 2004)
As the leader of the free world inserts his foot once more in his mouth [See below], we invite you again to test your knowledge of Dubya's wit and wisdom. Which of the following phrases did the US president actually utter? Know your Bushisms: part 1; Know your Bushisms part 2; and Know your Bushisms: part 3. [Thanks to the Guardian] (POSTED: August 6, 2004)
President Bush, August 5th, 2004: "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". Watch yourself: Is George W. Bush Planning to Attack America? (POSTED: August 5, 2004)
Bush Glares at Baby. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: August 5, 2004)
Video: Is Bush Drunk Or Just The Village Idiot? [requires Quicktime]. (POSTED: August 4, 2004)
In the wake of the GOP Dukakis Bush-Kerry comparisons: Dukakis Bush Bush (POSTED: August 1, 2004)
GWB Picks His Nose (video)! (PUBLISHED and POSTED: July 31, 2004)
Rebecca Solnit discusses the public color-palette crisis at the heart of our elections: United Colors of America. (POSTED: July 27, 2004)
This is what the Bush people spend their time on! Republicans see red as ketchup war turns saucy. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: July 25, 2004)
U.S. President George W. Bush a Big Winner at World Stupidity Awards (POSTED: July 24, 2004)
You may find this funny, or may puke. But this account of Bush at Harvard B. School gives deep insight into his character: Former HBS Prof Blasts Bush: Business scholar says president was 'shallow,' 'flippant' in 1970s class. (POSTED: July 18, 2004)
“[George W. Bush] didn’t stand out as the most promising student, but...he made it sure we understood how well he was connected,” Tsurumi said. “He wasn’t bashful about how he was being pushed upward by Dad’s connections.”
Tsurumi said that the younger Bush boasted that his father’s political string-pulling had gotten him to the top of the waiting list for the Texas National Guard instead of serving in Vietnam....
Tsurumi said he particularly recalls Bush’s right-wing extremism at the time, which he said was reflected in off-hand comments equating the New Deal of the 1930s with socialism and the corporation-regulating Securities and Exchange Commission with “an enemy of capitalism.” “I vividly remember that he made a comment saying that people are poor because they’re lazy,” Tsurumi said....
“I always remember two groups of students,” Tsurumi said then, according to published reports. “One is the really good students, not only intelligent, but with leadership qualities, courage. The other is the total opposite, unfortunately to which George belonged.”
Ditta von z Tease, George Dubya, and Prime Minister Blair star in the sizzling music video: She's Lost Control. [I wasn't able to see it in Netscape, only Internet Exprorer] for mature audiences, as they say. (POSTED: July 17, 2004)
George Bush and John Kerry sing: This Land Belongs to You and Me [takes a while: 3.7 megabytes]. (POSTED: July 13, 2004)
The classic Dick Cheney: Go Fuck yourself! t-shirt or Thong [Made in the USA]. (POSTED: July 13, 2004)
Earlier this month, the website for the Bush-Cheney campaign featured a "create your own banner" tool, where you could enter your own slogan and print out your own poster, with the Bush-Cheney logo, and a note at the bottom "paid for by Bush-Cheney '04, Inc." Democrats, of course, couldn't get enough of this. The original sloganator accepted everything, then it started censoring profanity and words like "dictator," and "evil." Nevertheless, many clever folks exploited the Sloganator to their own ends before its sad demise only a couple of weeks after its birth, and its mourners assembled some of the best for the slide show. (POSTED: July 13, 2004)
Bush Pauses to Consider the Achievements of His First Six Months in Office (PUBLISHED and POSTED: July 9, 2004)
John Ashcroft is the Intrusive Spy-Der-Man [Flash]. (POSTED: June 30, 2004)
Bush-Blair [move the mouse] (POSTED: June 29, 2004)
Must Read! The Daily Show: Cheney Lies, Pants On Fire! (POSTED: June 26, 2004)
Terry Jones, of Monty Python needs to find out where his son goes after choir practice. Whatever he does, it's all ok. Bush and Rumsfeld say so: This won't hurt much (PUBLISHED and POSTED: June 16, 2004)
Laura Bush explains how charging thousands more for student loans helps education. (POSTED: June 16, 2004)
Bush loves Michael Moore. (POSTED: June 15, 2004)
Bush Tortures the Law. (POSTED: June 15, 2004)
The President and His Legal Team. (POSTED: June 15, 2004)
Off to See the Wizard? (web anonymous). (POSTED: June 11, 2004)
News Flash! Bush Calls Up Boy Scouts for Tour of Duty. (POSTED: June 6, 2004)
Thanks to the fine work of the NRA, even small boys now have access to powerful guns. Therefore, training will not be necessary. Many of these scouts already have several merit badges qualifying them for officer status in the Texas National Guard, where I myself, served and was proved to have visited the dentist.
Its finally been released! REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE CONVENTION SCHEDULE [anonymous e-mail] (POSTED: June 6, 2004)
The Center for American Progress lists 20 flip-flops by Bush. I guess when he attacks Kerry, It takes One to Know One: President Bush: Flip-Flopper-In-Chief (POSTED: June 2, 2004)
Ashcroft and Bush announce: Administration's Most Wanted. [From Greenpeace] (POSTED: May 28, 2004)
He's finally done it! Cheney ditches incompetent puppet: Fed Up Cheney Enters Presidential Race Himself. (POSTED: May 26, 2004)
"Let me tell you this: It'd be a lot easier just to give a speech myself and do it right, rather than spending six hours trying to explain everything to the president—only to have him botch it anyway."
In honor of Bush's propensity to always do the worst thing for US policy in Iraq, Professor Juan Cole has written: All Bush wants to Do Is Dance. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: May 19, 2004)
Andrew Noakes reports in DeadBrain that Plans for new Bush statue to replace Saddam ruin in Baghdad. Further, Photos of President Bush banned "to protect relatives". (POSTED: April 25, 2004)
Video of Bush cleaning his glasses with a woman's blouse! [requires Quicktime.] (POSTED: April 24, 2004)
Terry Jones reports on Bush's and Blair's lobotomies for the Guardian: Invade Iraq? It's a no brainer. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: April 19, 2004)
Political commentators are thus finding it impossible to say whether it is Mr Bush or Mr Blair who has pioneered the use of executive lobotomies in the war against terrorism.
The DNC has made a video to help Bush answer future questions about his mistakes: Mistakes Were Made. (POSTED: April 19, 2004)
Anti-Bush bumber Stickers Ssent in an e-mail with no one to credit. But it seems that they come from: SeeYahGerorge.com: Cxommitted Democrats Who Should Be Committed!. (POSTED: April 3, 2004)
Singer Stephan Smith has a new song: You Ain't A Cowboy available free online. (POSTED: March 18, 2004)
Not intentional humor, but it sure brought a smile to my face! Last Sunday, March 14, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld directly lied on national tv (Face the Nation), and was caught doing so. He said no one in the administration had used phrases like "imminent threat" when describing Iraq and its alleged WMD. For the first time, he was confronted with explicit quotes from his prewar talks using those, or synonymous words. See Rumsfeld sputter sputter here. (POSTED: March 17, 2004)
The Daily Show has many fine pieces, including: Bush vs. Bush. See it! (POSTED: March 10, 2004)
The brave New York Times has cancelled cartoons by Ted Rall, apparently under pressure by conservatives. See article about it: Rall: NYTimes.com Pulled Comic Because of Conservatives. Then check out a few of his recent cartoons for Feb. 2, 2004 & War Stories of the air National Guard (March 1, 2004). (PUBLISHED and POSTED: March 4, 2004)
Slate magazine has a Bush in the National Guard Cartoons collection! Only seven pages, so far! (POSTED: February 29, 2004)
Welcome to the White House! carries such essential articles as Clarence Thomas, United States Supreme Court Justice, Answers Your Questions on "Ask the White House". (POSTED: February 21, 2004)
Here is President George W. Bush's Resume "Attacked and took over two countries" and "For personal references please speak to my daddy or uncle James Baker (They can be reached at their offices of the Carlyle Group for war-profiteering.)" (POSTED: May 6, 2003)
The story of our glorious leader: Dumbo, a fairy Tale. (POSTED: October 16, 2003)
Dick Cheney has his own web blog. Find out what he really thinks! Bloggin' in a Bunker (POSTED: May 23, 2003)
Earn money while doing good! $10,000 prize for anyone who personally witnessed George W. Bush reporting for drills at Dannelly Air National Guard Base between the months of May and November of 1972. With buck like that, witnesses should leap out of the closet: His teeth were there: Was he? Your chance to end gutter politics! (POSTED: February 23, 2004)
The thinking person's Card Games: The Deck of Republican Chickenhawks "THEY'RE ALL FOR WAR... AS LONG AS THEY DON'T HAVE TO SERVE!" OR ELSE Dowload The War Profiteers Card Deck "This is no Sunday bridge club. These are individuals and institutions that stack the deck against democracy in the rigged game of global power." (POSTED: May 14 & May 20 2003)
The Bush-Cheney '04 campaign launches a competition for best bumper sticker. [Source unknown.] (POSTED: October 16, 2003)
This video is floating on the web and I haven't been able to locate its source:Read My Lips!
This link contains many humorous posters, etc., about President Bush and the war, starting with the famous Mad Magazine Gulf Wars Episode II poster. To save an image, right click on it and pick "save image". Warning, some of this stuff is pretty juvenile: Bush!
An animated analysis of the Bush Administrations idea of Dipl-uh-oh-macy (Click on Dipl-uh-oh-macy 3/12/03) by Mark Fiore. There are also many other interesting animations there. Try The Successful Dictator for one.
If you feel in a nasty mood, view the MoveOn parody: Bush in 41.2 Seconds. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: February 3, 2004)
To remind yourself of the cost in American lives of the war to enrich Bush's buddies, view the flash video at: http://www.ericblumrich.com/ma.html. (POSTED: December 10, 2003)
And a jigsaw puzzle! What's Missing?(POSTED: April 29, 2003)
G.W. Bush and the Whitehouse Neo-Con Choir Sings We'll meet again!(POSTED: April 17, 2003)
Here are some more chilling flash animation commentaries on the war and the current situation from: Bush Flash . Includes Dr. Bushlove, Terror, Democracy, and Liberation, and the first, Antiwar2 which points out that: All that is needed for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.
IQ (anon.) (POSTED: July 17, 2004)
How many members of the Bush administration does it take to change a lightbulb?
None, because "there's nothing wrong with that lightbulb. It has served us honorably. When you say it's burned out, you're giving encouragement to the forces of darkness. Once we install a lightbulb, we never ever change it. Real men don't need artificial light."
IQ (anon.) (POSTED: July 17, 2004)
A popular bar had a new robotic bartender installed.
A fellow came in for a drink and the robot asked him, "What's your IQ?"
The man replied, "150."
So the robot proceeded to make conversation about Quantum physics, String theory, Atomic chemistry, and so on.
The man listened intently and thought, "This is really cool."
The man decided to test the robot.
He walked out of the bar, turned around, came back in for another drink.
Again, the robot asked him, "What's your IQ?"
The man responded, "100." So the robot started talking about football, baseball, and so on.
The man thought to himself. "Wow, this is amazing!"
The man went out and came back in a third time. As before, the robot asked him ,"What's your I.Q.?
The man replied, "50."
The robot then said, "So, you gonna vote for Bush again?"
President Bush, 2005 (anon.) (POSTED: July 9, 2004)
One sunny day in 2005 an old man approached the White House from across Pennsylvania Ave, where he'd been sitting on a park bench. He spoke to the US Marine standing guard and said, "I would like to go in and meet with President Bush." The Marine looked at the man and said, "Sir, Mr. Bush is no longer president and no longer resides here." The old man said, "Okay" and walked away.
The following day, the same man approached the White House and said to the same Marine, "I would like to go in and meet with President Bush." The Marine again told the man, "Sir, as I said yesterday, Mr. Bush is no longer president and no longer resides here."
The man thanked him and, again, just walked away. The third day, the same man approached the White House and spoke to the very same US Marine, saying "I would like to go in and meet with President Bush." The Marine, understandably agitated at this point, looked at the man and said, "Sir, this is the third day in a row you have been here asking to speak to Mr. Bush. I've told you already that Mr. Bush is no longer the president and no longer resides here. Don't you understand?"
The old man looked at the Marine and said, "Oh, I understand. I just love hearing it." The Marine snapped to attention, saluted, and said, "See you tomorrow, Sir."
Subject: life or death decision (anon.) (POSTED: February 22, 2004)
Tell the truth!
With all your honor and dignity what would you do?
This test only has one question, but it's a very important one.
Please don't answer it without giving it some serious thought. By giving an honest answer you will be able to test where you stand morally.
The test features an unlikely, completely fictional situation, where you will have to make a decision one way or the other. Remember that your answer needs to be honest, yet spontaneous.
Please scroll down slowly and consider each line - this is important for the test to work accurately.
You're in Florida...
In Miami, to be exact...
There is great chaos going on around you, caused by a hurricane and severe floods .......
You are a CNN photographer and you are in the middle of this great disaster. The situation is nearly hopeless. You're trying to shoot very impressive photos. There are houses and people floating around you, disappearing into the water. Nature is showing all its destroying power and is ripping everything away with it.....
Suddenly you see a man in the water, he is fighting for his life, trying not to be take away by the masses of water and mud.....
You move closer....
Somehow the man looks familiar......
Suddenly you know who it is - it's George W. Bush!
At the same time you notice that the raging waters are about to take him away...forever.
You have two options. You can save him or you can take the best photo of your life.
So you can save the life of George W. Bush, or you can shoot a Pulitzer prize winning photo. A unique photo displaying the death of one of the world's most powerful men.
And here's the question: (Please give an honest answer)
Would you select color film, or go with the simplicity of classic black and white?
Bush Stamp (POSTED: February 23, 2004)
The US Postal Service created a stamp with a picture of President Bush to honor his achievements. In daily use it was shown that the stamp was not sticking to envelopes. After a month's testing, a special presidential commission made the following findings:
Unmasked: The George W Bush the President Doesn't Want the World To See. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: September 13, 2004)
Bush Greenwatch "provides accurate and timely information on the Bush Administration's assault on our environment and public health.". (POSTED: March 20, 2004)
Paul Krugman wonders if Al Qaeda could find a better candidate than President Bush: The Arabian Candidate. (PUBLISHED and POSTED: July 20, 2004)
Bush listening to pet goat story after being told "The nation is under attack". (POSTED: August 18, 2004)