Bush ‘We’re Kicking Ass’ Comment Reinforces his Arrogance and Stupidity…


“The security situation is changing,” Bush told reporters during a recent surprise visit to Iraq. “There’s more work to be done. But reconciliation is taking place.”

But according to the Sydney Morning Herald of Australia, the president was a bit more crude in his assessment to Australia Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile.

“We’re kicking ass,” Bush said to Vaile Tuesday, according the Herald, after the deputy prime minister inquired about his trip to Iraq.

On Thursday, White House spokeswoman Dana Perino would not confirm or deny the reported comment. Too bad Tony is gone, he would have spun the comment into a biblical chant.

For those of us paying attention, this isn’t the first blunt comment Bush was overheard making to a world leader. At last year’s G8 summit, a live microphone picked up the president telling then-British Prime Minister Tony Blair that the United Nations needs to “get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this shit.”

You can take Bush away from the cowboys, but you just can’t take the cowboy out of Bush.

Our troops certainly have had successes in Iraq, however Bush’s draconian and short-sighted policies are directly to blame for the thousands of dead and wounded that were sent there because of chronic stupidity on the part of his entire administration. And let’s not forgot the Iraq citizens–who Bush seems to conveniently overlook – hundreds of thousands dead and wounded, millions displaced, sectarian violence that is reminiscent of the fall of Rome, etc. If shattered childhoods, chaos, and murder are “kicking ass” then Bush is doing a spendid job by all accounts.

Maybe we could use another measuring stick…Bin Laden killed 2,752 Americans, and Sadaam Hussein killed 122 Americans from the first Iraq invasion.

Bush killed 3,734 Americans and still isn’t done. Doing more to kill Americans than bin Laden and Hussein together must make Bush proud. Pity he isn’t as good at killing bin Laden. But then again, he knew he wasn’t in Iraq for Bin Laden when he decided to crush the will of the Iraqi people. Was it all to see how exciting it would be to get to play commander-in-chief of a fully unleashed American military campaign Mr. Bush? Or was it to prove that soft-in-the-middle Republicans, who have never wanted for anything in their lives, can fake being John Wayne as good as the next knucklehead? I’m not sure and at this point it really doesn’t matter.

To see this weasel-like coward, who never so much as served one second in uniform in a combat zone, arrogantly take credit for the hard sacrifices of U.S. troops and their families, makes me want to kick his ass or maybe a kick to the balls would be more to the point. He’s not fit to tie the combat boots of the common soldier much less comment on.

It astonishes me what a misguided simpleton we have as president. His pool hall comment frames his lack of intelligence and underscores why the entire globe can’t stand us as a culture. He is a disgrace and an embarassment to the oval office. I’m counting the days until he disappears into the polluted Texas sunset.


Posted on September 7, 2007, in George Bush, Iraq War, Politics and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Okay, Bush has made some stupid decisions in office. Let’s face it. His re-election was just the American people picking the lesser of two evils. However, must we keep bringing up the decision to enter Iraq and the fact that we’re still there. I remember about five years ago an America that not only supported Bush’s movements toward Iraq, but that firmly believed Hussein was concealing weapons of mass destruction. While invasion of Iraq was a mistake, it wasn’t Bush’s mistake. It was America’s mistake, and a mistake that Hussein himself did nothing to prevent.
    Secondly, pulling out of Iraq before the job is done would have a more serious detrimental effect than allowing Hussein to have small weapons of mass destruction. The Shiite Muslims who view America as a threat are still very much around and we would see the terrorism that is in Iraq now begin to come to America instead. I say, good for Bush. Stick to our guns until the job is finished. Then we can leave, knowing we did our best to fix a mistake that, once again, we all made.

  2. I never believed any of that stuff Jarom. There is no job to complete. The only option left is withdrawal…

    The scientifically impossible I do right away
    The spiritually miraculous takes a bit longer

  3. MJ "revoltingpawn"


    You really think George Bush was the lesser of two evils? Seeing he is going down as the worst President of all time it’s hard to believe that Gore, Kerry or a retarded monkey would have us in such a bad situation right now. Nice of you to blame the war in Iraq on the American people (which are part to blame) then the Leader of said people. Yeah Bush had nothing to do with the Iraq war… For some reason you think all terrorists are in Iraq which is of course not true and if any did want to come here won’t because we are in Iraq? Huh? I see no reason to continue this illegal war and mistake which even you admit any longer.

  4. Jarom,

    It was the American peoples’ mistake. Where exactly in the constitution do the American people have the power to deploy troops. The fault can be laid at the feet of a corrupt loyalist (Republican) controlled Congress and an incompetent president who were all determined to stick their short-sighted and failed ideology down our collective throat.

    Wrong on pulling out too Jarom. There is no solution in a situation where the country you are speaking of has been in a virtually constant state of war for 1000 years or more. Iraq is a bastardization of three countries that should have never been united to begin with. These factions will always hate each other no matter what the mighty U.S. military thinks it can do. try not to be so naive. Being a blind Bush loyalist is just plain dumb. read a history book instead, you’ll be better off for it.

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