Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Another "Disgruntled" Ex-Staffer Speaks Out

My, my, the rats are not only deserting President Bush's sinking ship, but once they swim to shore, they're squeaking louder than ever!

The White House, meanwhile, has no better defense than the one it usually offers when one of their former Willards spills the beans: he's "disgruntled."

Yeah, amazing, isn't it, how they're always "disgruntled?" And isn't in amazing how MANY "disgruntled" ex-staffers are willing to blab now? Gosh, George, you don't inspire much loyalty, do you? I wonder why that is? for thought. (We'd better store it securely so the rats don't get into it.)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

President Bush is looking for a way to send that disgruntled ex-employee to Iraq. You know the place where we are in up to our ears because Bush was afraid his oil stock wouldn't go up unless he destroyed all of the oil wells there? Coincidence that none of the wells are producing yet? The next thing you know some farmer in Pennsylvania will find a camera-phone with pictures of the advancing navy jets and messages from the shrieking passengers as the missiles approach. Hey, who's that knocking on my door? No I don't want to go visit a secret prison in Europe, help!!! Ed

5:02 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

It amuses me to think of a bunch of government suits and sunglasses trying to buy a camera phone from a farmer...then again, they'd probably just knock him down and steal it.

5:32 PM  
Blogger American Girl said...

What pisses me off is that guys like Tenet and Scottie didn't resign at the time and spill the beans to the press. It wouldn't have prevented them from writing books for the $$ and they would have their countrymen's respect for having blown the whistle on the assholes in the White House.

9:42 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Back then, they were all drinking Administration Kool-Aid and dancing to his tune. Now, all the Kool-Aid has dried up and there aren't enough hallucinogens in the world to make this thing look like a success. And some people are STILL insisting it is. (At least that helps us pick out the crazies and the stupids...)

1:32 PM  
Blogger Maddog said...

It is amazing how little loyalty this man has fostered. I think they are trying to distance themselves for the aftermath that is sure to follow when the people wise up and realize what he's done.

6:07 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I've thought the same thing, Maddog...certainly nobody outside the Administration wants to be associated with him. And even those INSIDE the Administration do so holding their noses now.

But I figure if people haven't wised up by now, they might never! Which is a bleak I try to stay drunk and keep it at bay. :-)

10:52 AM  

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