President Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice leave the microphones after the president made a statement, Monday, March 24, 2008, at the State Department in Washington. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Madison Time? It looks like poor Bushie couldn't keep up with the dance steps. "Hey, Condi! wait for me!"
Tacky Princess. I love you, but this is too much.
@anonymous: Princess (he can speak for himself) is using sarcasm to portray the chagrin that we are all feeling about the Bush Administration and the Iraq War and all of the civilians and soldiers who have lost their lives, or have been maimed. This applies not only to Americans, but to the citizens of other countries who are helping with the war and also to the citizens of the country we are occupying.It does feel sometimes that empathy is a foregone conclusion of this administration...9 more months and counting. In medicine, there is something called "tumor humor" that we use to help deal with the pain of cancer patients and their families. Sometimes, a smile is needed to minimize the crying.
Princess forgive me but why only a mention of the 4000 Americans? Don't the half million Iraqis count? When you're good you're good and Condi's clearly got the gift.
Is it just me or is the good Dotoressa developing something of a dowager's hump? That's mighty poor posture for a leader of the free world. Also - is she actually wearing a jacket that's so short that her blouse is showing in back, or is there some sort of unfortunately, ass-widening border on it?
I just can't wait for this lovely couple to get married. They would doubtless spend their honeymoon in the exotic Green Zone, thrilled by the sound of mortars...
at least she has her Manolos on for the occaision...not a woman to shirk her responsibility to the footwear world at times of crisis...and wtf is that skirt all about?
I love this shot. It reminds me of the Quaker Oats box where the guy is holding a box of it with a picture on the box of him holding a box of it.I call this shot "Double Asses," a photo of the two asses asses.And yes, that is a dowager's hump.
It's a dowager's hump to go with that dowdy skirt of hers. Those pleats are so 1996.
dguzman said...Those pleats are so 1996.Harriet Miers must have left Condi some of her old suits as the door was hitting her in the ass.
There are few people in the world whose backsides as an object of observation I would tolerate more than their faces, but these two war criminals are among them.
that skirt can double as the dustmop in condi's new home -- abu graibh
That's an awful Hunchback-of-Notre-Dame suit she's wearing.
Love the blog PSP but this was too much. Disdain for Bush Administration aside, it reflects on lives lost and honoring those that served and lost their lives.
Sammy, PSP has done more to enlighten people about the foibles of Bush's war than the average blogger.Honoring the troops includes wanting this war to be over, and wanting those who brought us this war to be exposed for being the phony, lying sociopaths they are.Get real, man.
karenzipdrive:I agree wholeheartedly. I read PSP's post as "look at these two, turning their backs on the 4,000 dead soldiers (the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi,s are non persons to them, of course) as representative of how they have behaved from the beginning. Personally, I found the post brilliant (as usual)
I stand by recommending not using "Congratulations" with reference to 4000 dead soldiers.
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