. . . and yet, funny, in a really sad way. I couldn't bring myself to watch any of the O'Reilly-Bush interviews. Listening to just one at a time is hard enough. But I ran into an interesting commentary ~ it's another Rude Pundit link, so I'm spareing the weak of heart with a good old fashioned CnP job. Forgive me, here goes:<br><br><br> In Brief: A Whole Buncha Stupid in One Place: Bill O'Reilly Interviews President Bush<br><br>[color:blue] Yeah, yeah, the whole jack-off fest is still going on, with O'Reilly handing out bits of it at a time like he's feeding pigeons. But so far, here's the stupidest things said in the first two parts of the interview between the Leader o' the Free World and the Duke of Falafel: <br><br>1. When O'Reilly asked Bush why 60 percent of the public opposes the war, Bush said, "Because they want us to win. (?????) They believe — they are wondering whether or not we have the plans in place to win. They want to know whether or not we have the flexibility on the ground to constantly meet the enemy." So, like because we want to win, we want to get out.<br><br>2. Along with that logic, Bush also says the American people are pussies: "I can understand why there's frustration, because the enemy knows that killing innocent people will create a sense of frustration and they know that they know America. They know we are a conscience-driven people that value life. And the more people they destroy and the more innocent lives that are destroyed, the more likely it is we will retreat in their way of thinking." Yep, killing innocent people makes Americans want to run the other way. God, how loathsome we are.<br><br>3. You can take the man off the fake ranch, but you can't take the fake ranch off the man. Bush said, "As you know, we picked up a fellow named Khalid Sheik Mohammed. Intelligence folks believe or suspect that he was a person that masterminded the 9/11 attacks." It wasn't torture. Just a fellow having his nuts vice-smashed by folks.<br><br>4. When O'Reilly asked Bush about defining torture, Bush got all pissy once again: "We don't talk about techniques. And the reason we don't talk about techniques is because we don't want the enemy to be able to adjust. We're in a war...one thing is that you can rest assured we're not going to talk about the techniques we use in a public forum. No matter how hard you try because I don't want the enemy to be able to adjust their tactics if we capture them on the battlefield." Motherf@cker sticks to a talking point like a barnacle sticks to a whale.<br><br>Watching O'Reilly interview Bush is like watching a horny mongoose hump a steering wheel.</font color=blue><br><br><br> I'm sorry y'all, but that last line alone is worth it . . .<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Like the devil in the deep blue sea . . .</font color=blue>
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