Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Tomato, Tomahto and Warmed Over Lines

In the midst of chiding Democrats over NAFTA yesterday, saying "now is not the time to back out" (and when has his economic advice ever NOT been sound?), President Bush denied that the U.S. is in a recession, preferring to call it a "slowdown" instead.

Right, George...and your mother just has "a little dry skin."


In other news, while on a campaign stop in Youngstown, Ohio, John McCain told supporters that lost steel jobs will never come back, but with proper training the workers can rebound.

Wait a minute, isn’t that straight out of "Primary Colors?” And didn’t the Democrat say it?

Wow…next thing you know, we’ll impeach a Republican!


Blogger American Girl said...

My dad and I have a core belief that every day George Bush gets up, is a day he will make the world a worse place than he had made it the previous day. Being arrogant and stupid is key to his ability to getting everything wrong all the time.

McCain is right. Anyone can learn a new trade. How hard is it to say, "Welcome to Wal-Mart?"

1:27 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I don't know, Sarah...that's pretty hard for some people! Watch:

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Republican Governor here in Indiana proclaimed that he had created thousands of jobs and no new taxes. Unfortunatly for him, on the same day our local GE plant announced 900 jobs moving to Mexico and the sales tax was raised to 7%. Hey, the payday loan store is hiring. Can you say, "I don't care, you signed the contract?" Ed

10:25 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

"Can you say 'I don't care, you signed the contract?'"

Or how about, "Pay up or we'll break your knees?"

(You'll never see THAT in the TV commercials...)

10:29 PM  

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