The Malapropist-in-Chief did reel off some classic comments in Sydney, as stunned heads of state looked on. Here are just a few examples of what I mean: "Mr. Prime Minister, thank you for your introduction. Thank you for being such a fine host for the OPEC summit." --George W. Bush, addressing Australian Prime Minister John Howard at the APEC Summit on Sept. 7, 2007. Bush, as it turns out, was just warming up. "As John Howard accurately noted when he went to thank the Austrian troops there last year..." --George W. Bush, referring to Australian troops as "Austrian troops," at the APEC Business Summit, also on Sept. 7, 2007. In all fairness to Bush, Australia and Austria are spelled somewhat similarly. In fact, wasn't the forerunner of the Bush Administration a former wallpaper hanger named Adolph Hitler? The dictator that was born in 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Australia, just across the Inn River which separates Australia from Germany?
Space restrictions prevent me from listing all the many imbecilic misstatements from "The Great Communicator," but suffice it to say, the two statements above are just the proverbial spit in the ocean when one looks at the sheer volume of jaw dropping remarks that have escaped Bush's mouth every time he seems to open it. Feel free when you have an over abundance of time and a bottle of extra strength Tylenol on hand to look for yourselves at: http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/blbushisms.htm
But let's be fair to Bush. Even though he often lies and speaks without thinking, some of his keen analytical observations have inspired new generations of young intellectuals who will lead our nation in the future. Allow me, via YouTube, to demonstrate exactly what I mean.
I can only surmise that the Deep Thinker-in-Chief was the inspiration for this leader of tomorrow.
I think these two examples of why wealth that you never worked a day in your life for, and beauty you fortunately inherited through your gene pool, should not be the deciding factors in determining one's lot in life. I have no doubt George W. Bush would have made an excellent farm laborer. I mean the guy is an absolute wiz at clearing brush and stumps. I have no doubt, with proper and extensive training, he could be picking our fruits and vegetables too. In other words, doing the very work he claims Americans won't do. As for Miss Teen South Carolina, she could be a farm laborer supervisor. This might be necessary because some of the pickers might want to act like they were President of the United States. They would want to work ten to twelve hours a week and expect to be given all expense paid vacations a few times per month. You see, these are exactly the type of U.S. Americans who can't find the United States on a map.........