Lying With Impunity
For a long time, it's been fairly obvious that George W. Bush will say just about anything, regardless of its truth, to support his woefully misguided belief structure.
I think that it is only fair, and important, to indicate that I actually believe that HE thinks what he says is true, mostly because to think otherwise would suggest that perhaps God did not want him to be President, that he stands on the wrong side of things a lot of the time, and that he IS the worst President in the history of this wonderful country.
Last night, he did nothing to change that impression. While I can't stomach to listen to the man speak most of the time, I will read his speeches to see what he's turning out. Click below to read about his most pointless stupid lie of the night, and you will be rewarded with a nice picture of hottie Megan Fox. (It's all about incentive, right?)
The most obvious, blatant twisting of the truth was Bush thanking the "36 nations with troops on the ground in Iraq." I mean...who in the world does he think he's kidding about this?
Chris Matthews, often a blowhard worth ignoring, said the following about this claim:
The fact we have 36 countries fighting on our side in Iraq must be news to the soldiers over there. I don’t know who these people are or how many divisions they have. All we read about in the papers are American GIs getting killed by IEDs and terrible accidents and all kinds of enemy action over there. … The idea we’re one of 36 countries fighting the war I think is ludicrous and why the President would throw that out there, I think it only opens him up to ridicule.
Uh, no doubt.
Thanks for reading, here's Megan.