Thursday, January 17, 2008

Coaching from the Sidelines

This is so totally cute! Here's the Bad One taking a set of matching armchairs out for a spin:


U.S. President George W. Bush (R) shakes hands with the Special Envoy for Sudan, Richard Williamson, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington January 17, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)


Nicely executed photp-op! It's because he learned from the best! Because, indeed, look who's there to whisper on-the-spot tips to her dull-witted boss:



In other words, CONDI'S BACK!! I wish she had stayed over there a little bit longer because that was totally one of the best Conditrips of recent memory. Now we can all move forward with, I hope you'll agree, a renewed optimism for many more peculiar and uncomfortable Condimoments to come in 2008.

And, finally, a quick aside to my fellow DC residents: OMG, THERE'S A HALF INCH OF MELTY SLUSH ON THE GROUND! QUICK! CLOSE THE SCHOOLS AND GET INTO CAR ACCIDENTS!!!

13 comments:

Matty Boy said...

I'm not completely up to date on D.C. style. Are fat guys supposed to wear ties that cover their manparts when seated?

verification: ezcihez... which is so close to one of my favorite product names, EZ Cheez!

Jess Wundrun said...

I don't think it's just fat guys. Chimpy's tie seems to be bulging thanks to the presence of his condiluv

usablogger said...

Headline: "Dull-witted duo continue their dullness in US"

No Marsupial Equivalent said...

Lately I've taken to picturing GW in a yellow mumu with red polka dots.

karenzipdrive said...

What's with the mantle greenery?
A little Bushy if you ax me.

dguzman said...

No wonder Sudan's in so much trouble. Who is this chubby dork guy? And what's with the pained expression? Does he have indigestion or something?

jolie said...

oh wow - that's one loooong tie.

how'd he do that? I mean, ties aren't usually that long, right?

Anonymous said...

I cannot think of a more dreadful looking trio.

Finally I have bought my one-way ticket to New Zealand.

See you there, Pony fans!

crowdog said...

Special envoys get to wear extra long ties. S'what makes 'em special! But by protocol the Prez's is still the longest in the room.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or is W's tie stuck in the top of his pants? Must be using the same dressers who helped button his shirt for his Jackson Square, LA speech! (http://thepoliticalteen.net/images/bushbutton.jpg)

karenzipdrive said...

OMG his shirt is totally buttoned wrong! He actually IS retarded!

Anonymous said...

and the fat long-tied fellow (Condi's new boyfriend?) actually went to Princeton, just as Dubya actually went to Yale: talk of an American "elite."

hitandrunover said...

This is another brilliant diplomatic move: the new US ambassador can tour Darfur for two or three months at a time without needing to eat!