This seems like it is pretty damn serious ... what if the guy had gone there as an assasin? Look at how close the first one came to his head. If that is a hard bottomed shoe that would have done some harm. The astonishing thing is that after he ducked the first one, Bush looks almost like he's laughing ... good reflexes. I'm surprised the Secret Service didn't unload a few rounds before the second shoe was thrown.
Watch Martha Raddatz's interview with Bush after the incident. Ignorance is bad. Arrogance is bad. Put the two together and there's the familiar swaggering "bring it on" idiocy that we've come to expect from this intellectually challenged fool.
It takes a titanic ignoramus to not know when he's been insulted, or why, or the severity of the insult. And it takes hubris that can only be excised by a proctologist to smirk at an entire culture that way. I have to think Raddatz was contemplating jamming one of her own size 6s up his nose — heel first — at that moment.
And I love the exchange about Al Qaeda in Iraq. It wasn't re-writing history — it was overtly denying it!
This human road apple and the rest of his bacteria can't be gone soon enough. Ugh!
from the comments at Wonkette: " I have to hand it to Bush. The guy’s pretty coordinated. Of course if this were Barry he’d probably catch both shoes, shine them, hand them back to the guy, and ask him what his issues were over tea."
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