Broken Record Bush: The Same Hit’s Just Keep on Playin’ Over and Over

In talks with the Japanese Prime Minister prior to the G8 Summit next week on the Japanese island of Hokkaido, our National Embarassment and all around Shameless President, George W. Bush is either:

A.)  Having constructive talks with the Japanese P.M. on how to make positive economic and environmental changes for the betterment of the world population

B.)  Having destructive talks with the Japanese P.M. on how to shirk positive economic and environmental changes for the betterment of the world population

C.)  Saying the same ol’ shit over and over like a broken record

Now, I know there are a couple of choices there that are tempting, and one that is completely ridiculous on many levels.  However, the MOST correct answer is the one we are looking for here today.

The correct answer is C !!  Saying the same ol’ shit over and over like a broken record

For those of you who may or may not have been not fooled by the “shirk” question (which by the way is MOSTLY right), we will discuss this more in just a bit.

See me below.

From BBC News:

Japan and the US have pledged to call for “swift action” on surging oil and food prices at next week’s G8 summit.

Japan’s Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda said action was needed as the problems were “having a negative impact on the world economy”.

Leaders of the two countries made the vow during talks ahead of the Group of Eight meeting in Hokkaido, Japan.

Record oil prices and rising food prices have been prompting concerns about global inflation.

Surging fuel prices have also prompted protests across the world, with the latest demonstrations breaking out in Malaysia.

Now, on the surface that sounds pretty good, wouldn’t you say?  SWIFT ACTION on surging oil and food prices from two of the leaders of the richest countries of the world sounds really positive and absolutely great!

However, as I mentioned above, we would get back to answer B.) Having destructive talks with the Japanese P.M. on how to shirk positive economic and environmental changes for the betterment of the world population

US president George Bush also blamed oil prices for the US economy “not growing as robustly as we would like”.

“We have got a problem when it comes to reliance upon foreign sources of oil. For seven years I’ve been trying to get the Congress to explore for oil domestically,” he said.

So, by managing to now blame the U.S. Congress for the high price of oil because Mr. Bush in his infinate wisdom has still been unable to get them to explore for oil domestically, Mr. Bush has once again politicized a very important WORLDWIDE crisis with his broken-record rhetoric instead of taking responsibility for finding a REAL SOLUTION to this issue, or “shirking” his responsibility as per usual.  As all thinking people of the world know, drilling for oil here in the USA would not change the price of oil one red-cent.  Unfortunately, the unthinking 20%’ers living in Bush’s Bizarro World didn’t get that memo.  Sad little people, really.

Now, on to the more important things that need to be solved in our world, Mr. Bush had this to say:

US President George W Bush has said he remains concerned about North Korea’s alleged enrichment of uranium and other security issues.

But, speaking after talks with Japanese PM Yasuo Fukuda ahead of Monday’s G8 summit in Japan, he acknowledged North Korea had addressed some concerns.

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North Korea handed over a long-delayed list of its nuclear activities to Washington on 26 June, but it is not thought to have given details of uranium enrichment, which the North denies.

“North Korea did provide a declaration of its plutonium-related activities and did blow up the cooling tower of its nuclear reactor at Yongbyon,” Mr Bush said at the summit venue in Toyako.

“That’s been verified and is a positive step, but there are more steps to be taken.

“We are concerned about enriched uranium and proliferation, human rights abuses and ballistic missile programmes.”

Mr Bush also promised Mr Fukuda that he would “not abandon” the question of Japanese citizens allegedly abducted by North Korea to help train North Korean spies.

Yep!  If it isn’t harping on Iran, it HAD to be North Korea!  The skip in Bush’s record is getting nauseatingly repetitious.  It’s like a strobe light only the bulb burnt out a long time ago and the strobe just infects your mind instead of your eyes.

Once again, the world asks the United States to step up as a rich and powerful nation to assist those that have less and once again OUR SPOKESMAN, Mr. Bush sez:  Oil! North Korea!

I can’t wait for January, 2009.  I don’t evah want to hear that record again.

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    • brobin on July 7, 2008 at 6:43 pm
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    Fuck you!  

    Love,

    GWB

  1. . . . is the best we can hope for at this point.  It beats invading more countries that Bush doesn’t understand.

    The other G8 leaders must be relieved this is the last time they have to put up with Bush.  I don’t expect much to come of the meeting though, and they’ll wait to start over with another administration.

    • geomoo on July 7, 2008 at 10:30 pm

    Each crisis is a chance to bend someone over and have a good go at it.

    I have an idea.  Let’s not wait for oil to run completely out before deploying those magic technological solutions that are going to save us in the end.  That way we solve the problem before ruining our coastal areas.  

  2. “Imagine All the People living as one  — you may think I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one — maybe, you’ll come and join us and the world can live as one!”

    Well, it was/is a wonderful idea — the hippies were fighting corporatism way back then, but, buckled, and, frankly, getting stoned was NOT the way to achieve that effort.

    My thought is that as much as the “elitists” attempt to marginalize the “people” (low and middle class people — actually, that’s not correct, I view us, the “middle class” as having been relegated to the “upper poor.”)  Frankly, there is no middle-class — it’s a myth.  If one or the other of a family member loses a job — that middle sector is GONE.

    So, until more of our “people” suffer, I fear there was/is still too much apathy.*

    *Had a brief discussion with a neighbor just a couple of days ago.  He agrees with everything I say, however, he says, “Well, so far, I’m O.K. — my job (a union job) is good, I’m making good money — my daughter is O.K., too.  She has a good job and her husband does, too.”  I responded, “Jim, well good for you — but that’s not the story for SO many of our citizens and eventually, everything will affect everyone in one way or another.  You know, it’s our country, and if we don’t care, who’s gonna’ care?”  “I know, you’re right, it is our country, and it’s getting worse, I agree”  I said, “Jim, that is why you need to get active.”

    My neighbor is NOT stupid — he knows exactly what is going on — and so do a lot of people, but until they understand what others are going through and realize that they, conceivably, could experience the same things, these are the kinds of people who remain apathetic!

    • Edger on July 8, 2008 at 4:02 pm

    “We are concerned about enriched uranium and proliferation, human rights abuses and ballistic missile programmes.”

    That he is concerned he’s not doing enough? :-/

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