Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrives at the residence of Israeli President Shimon Peres, Wednesday, May 14, 2008, in Jerusalem. Looking on at rear is President Bush, left, and President Peres. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)
I'm not sure, but I think this makes it 16 trips to the Middle East in 15 months? And each one with freshly achieved achievements! At this rate, things should be fixed up pretty soon!
It's funny photo today, though, because you can so obviously tell it's the labor-saving, talking-pointastic Condibot, not the actual Condoleezza Rice, which we're seeing. After all, this trip is Bush's show, so it's not like anybody expects any meaningful contributions from the spokesmodel of state or anything. In other words, this is just the kind of non-event which created the need for an Animagic, Disneytronic stand-in Condi in the first place!
It'll be interesting to see how the complex simulacrum fares on this trip. Some comical malfunctions would be fun! I always thought it would be funny for somebody to throw in a couple of Country Bear Jamboree numbers into the Condibot matrix to liven up some of these pointless expeditions.
Gallant caption writer writes "in background, Presidents Bush and Peres."
Goofus caption writer writes "looking on at rear..."
Work it, baby! Supermodel! On the CATWALK! On the CATWALK!
A casting coup Oliver Stone completely missed in his new W movie: Playing the Condi/Condibot... RuPaul!
Allow me to simplify: "Dr" Rice and the regime she serves are, for the most part, war criminals.
But who in the U.S. of A would even consider this proposition, except the traitor lonney left?
Pardon the seriousness.
Thank God for your wit & wisdom in these tragic Condi-caused times. And she is, indeed, responsible for the immense, immoral mess the U.S. is in overseas, in her role as a Bush robot, straight of out Las Vegas, like the "unnamed" flying engines sent out to kill "terroists" in the ME and elsewhere.
You are exposing her, in a subtle way, for the fraud that she is. And for this ordinary people like me are eternally grateful to you.
i so wanted to be the to have a go at the "looking on at rear" inadvertant truth from media,
so will be left only to speculate at these odd times where our current events are flattened as if pre rendered by fox news, pre consumed by a guilable public which is no longer slumbering and in fact is amazingly angry,
Greeting from Los Angeles!
I read the old Alice Bag post where you mention Sue Tissue. I asked her old producer to see if she has any interest in being interviewed...hope! hope!
Oooh, I would love that. Yes, please.
Sachay Shante, sashay sashay sashay!
Girl (or 'bot) you better work!
As I kid I lived in Anaheim, so we always had piles of free tickets to Disneyland and we got to go there like most kids get to go to the arcade at their local mall.
One of my teen-aged male hoodlum friends discovered that he could shine a flashlight into the eyes of Abe Lincoln's robot and it would goof up his whole act, causing the voice to run down and the face to paralyze.
Wouldn't it be great if someone tried that on the Condibot?
Seconding (or thirding) the awe at the "Looking on at rear is President Bush" turn of phrase. Some AP caption writer is giggling his little head off right now, though I must point out his/her subject-verb agreement error ("Looking on at the rear" ARE BushCo and Peres, buddy.) Still--brilliant photo, complete with Condibot's patented arms-out-twirly-ness, and hilarious caption.
Condibot technicians add a hat to its creation for her visit to the Masada Historic Site (http://www.daylife.com/photo/00V5bCG0QO7t0/condoleezza_rice)
They also dress her to be Laura "Crazy Eyes" Bush's apparel twin (http://www.daylife.com/photo/03eo5ZofQ96Yl/condoleezza_rice)
Their final subroutine for the Condibot--a performance at the Aspen Musical Fest in August (http://www.aspentimes.com/article/20080515/NEWS/326643342/-1/rss02)
Obviously, the technicians have given up on Madame Ferragamo's achieving any accomplishments as Secretary of State.
Condibot looks like she's chasing after John Connor.
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