Wednesday, July 19, 2006

You like it when I touch you like that...

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FREE 'OSCAR' AND 'SIRENS' or I WANT MY DBT (solo albums)

I don't care how freaky-deaky Germans are perceived to be... In the states, this here is called sexual harassment. Sexual harassment warning #2 for Georige. The first time he was caught licking Condi's black boots.

Condi usually doesn't mind Georgie licking her boots. Hell, she's even stopped charging him for the pleasure. (Georgie's BDSM safe word is "puddin'").

Who looks more "German" in these two pics? Condi or Merkel? I'm going with Condi. She's sporting her "SS" winter wear. Heil Condi, Heil!

The problem was that he was caught licking her boots during a cabinet meeting. They caught him under the big table as they were serving the Shasta (Georgie loves his Shasta). Poor Georgie has to attend another stupid, boring sensitivity training session.

Bush Gropes, Planet Cringes:
"So now we know.

I mean, we sort of thought we knew, before, what kind of guy George W. Bush is, essentially our very own inept, inarticulate ex-alcoholic ex-frat-guy failed-businessman pseudo-leader who famously appeals to the most God-fearin' and least educated and least attuned among us because he is, well, one of them."
Alabalawg asks the question, Coincidence? I think not! I ask the question, "Is our chillren learning?"

Debi was later rushed to a hospital with a brain aneurysm. Doctors said the sudden usage of her brain caused the rupture.

Stem cells a vote breaker for some Americans:
"CINCINNATI (Reuters) - Debi Martin is a Christian, a Republican and opposes abortion but she is ready to vote against the party in November if President George W. Bush and congressional Republicans limit stem cell research.

'This is a vote breaker for me,' said the Cincinnati mother. 'I tell people I'm becoming a Republi-crat at this point -- because there are just things wrong in the Republican Party where people's voices are not being heard anymore.'"
...And even more brain aneurysm are forcasted for the coming months:

Conservative Anger Grows Over Bush's Foreign Policy:
"At a moment when his conservative coalition is already under strain over domestic policy, President Bush is facing a new and swiftly building backlash on the right over his handling of foreign affairs.

Conservative intellectuals and commentators who once lauded Bush for what they saw as a willingness to aggressively confront threats and advance U.S. interests said in interviews that they perceive timidity and confusion about long-standing problems including Iran and North Korea, as well as urgent new ones such as the latest crisis between Israel and Hezbollah."

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