Buzzflash has a thought:
. . . Suffice it to say, the screaming headline from the news conference was Bush admitted that Iraq had absolutely no connection to 9/11. Well, it should have been a screaming headline, but did you see it as front-page news anywhere? Or as the lead story on any television news?
And Bush's "performance" in the news conference was so unbalanced and over-the-top that not only his intelligence should be questioned -- as even the GOP cheerleader Joe Scarborough managed to do -- but his mental stability should be topic number one on the talk shows.
Adding fuel to that last point -- and further indication of a nation run by a man who is suffering from arrested development -- was an item in U.S. News and World Report, largely ignored by the mainstream press, that Bush loves to amuse himself by openly passing gas in front of White House aides. Apparently, his biggest thrill is -- and we are quoting from U.S. News and World Report -- "He's also known to cut a few for laughs, especially when greeting new young aides."
We guess this is what Republicans mean when they claim Bush brought back "honor and dignity" to the White House.
"Farting" for fun to humiliate new young White House staffers isn't just passing gas, it's a downright disgrace to the American people and to the White House. . .