Monday, March 17, 2008



After conferring with his economic aides at the White House in the morning in the first of two meetings on the turmoil, Mr. Bush singled out the Treasury secretary, Henry M. Paulson Jr., saying that he had shown "the country and the world that the United States is on top of the situation."

"I want to thank you, Mr. Secretary, for working over the weekend," Mr. Bush said.

Historians, you have another quote to memorialize.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone's covered Bush's behind his entire life so he's never actually had to do anything. That's why everything's a joke for him. Unfortunately, the real joke's on the country. To all of you who voted for him the last 2 times, thanks for nothing.

Chicago, IL

3/17/2008 11:06 PM  
Blogger Spider said...

"You're doing a heck of a job Paulie!" is what I think Bush meant to say. Except this time it's all of America that's drowning, not just New Orleans.

3/17/2008 11:31 PM  
Blogger LFC said...

Why in heavens did Cheney let Georgie off his leash? One look at his fiscal history clearly shows he doesn't know a thing about the economy and finances. Heck, the man can barely spell MBA.

3/18/2008 11:56 AM  
Anonymous mary said...

Lordy. It's hard work, hard work . . . but we're making good progress . . . etc., etc.

3/18/2008 1:20 PM  
Blogger LFC said...

Lordy. It's hard work, hard work ... but we're making good progress ... etc., etc.

Translation: We're doing a heckuva' job.

3/18/2008 2:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little as we may think of Paulson, at least he works over the weekend sometimes which is more than we can say for Bush who is just as likely to take a vacation.

3/18/2008 2:40 PM  
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