Monday, October 13, 2008

Being cluess about being clueless.


This weekend, the New York Times reported that our ever optimistic president stated "It's a good thing I'm in charge" during this amazing financial panic.

That one of the magical things about being stupid. You may not even be able to notice how stupid you are.

I agree that it's a good thing in that the next president won't get the full blame for this mess, and it's a good thing that we have Bush and his cronies in power for less than 100 days more.

After that by my reckoning, the number of good things about this mess gets kind of sparse.

(Picture nicked from www.internetweekly.org.)

2 comments:

FranIAm said...

What a joke! He is so irrelevant now -more than ever.

Only Truman had a lower approval rating. But I have faith in GWB, he'll get there, if people can even be bothered to not care about him any further!

dguzman said...

Take a bow, Idiot King! No one else could've gotten us to this place--that's for sure.