What Fresh Hell Is This?

October 20, 2006

Bush's True Character Shows

George W. Bush declared this week as "National Character Counts Week." Then he went to help raise funds for a Republican Congressman from our very own Pennsylvania who choked his mistress (and settled out of court) and Sen. George "Macaca" Allen (R-VA) who uses racist language and tried to hide his Jewish heritage.

Just a typical week for one of the ugliest and most corrupt administrations in our country's history.

Bush praised Rep. Don "I banged her but I didn't choke her" Sherwood (R-PA) as "the right man to represent" his district and later praised Allen as a "man of strong principles."

Yes, I do believe that Bush spoke the truth here. Both Sherwood and Allen have strong REPUBLICAN principles and are exactly the RIGHT kind of men to represent the Republican Party.

If you haven't seen it yet, here's Sherwood's campaign commercial where he admits that he "made a mistake" but says "the allegation of abuse was never true."

(And, here's where you can make a contribution to Chris Carney, Sherwood's Democratic challenger.)

Can the Republicans possibly get any more pathetic?


Sherry P said...

makes me want to take a hot shower and try to get the grime from just listening to him off of me! god.

Maria said...

C'mon, Sherry. Don't you love the Hallmark Card commerical music in the background?

Didn't it make you fell all warm and fuzzy inside?

Sherry P said...

blogger keeps eating my tasty little responses! : )

i would have loved to have been privy to the little brainstorming sessions that created this little bit of cinema!

spork_incident said...

Can the Republicans possibly get any more pathetic?

Logically, no.

But still they manage to top themselves.

rkrider said...

yey...yes they can