Ah. Wonkette:

10:02 Bush starts reading before he gets behind podium. Clearly would rather be elsewhere. Rather be being interviewed by Dan Rather.

10:03 Iraqi freedom will require “commitment of generations,” i.e., “We will be drafting your grandchildren.”

10:04 “There has been enormous sacrifice by some of our citizens.” No one i know, of course, but my staff has informed me that is the case.

10:05 Oooo, nice tie on David Gregory.

10:05 Terrorists: no positive agenda. Kind of like democrats

10:07 “The fact that they’re voting in itself is successful.” That “whoosh” you hear? The sound of the bar lowering. Next: “The fact that ballots are printed.”

10:09 Terry Moran knows his Saudi penal code. Question on crushing of dissent by American ally! Does the president see a contradiction? Clearly, Terry Moran is an enemy of freedom.

10:10 Yet, president thrown. Allowing a followup.

10:12 Really liking Gregory’s shirt. Pink? Peach? And checked! Very secure in his masculinity.

10:15 How many people have to die before “the world is safer without Saddam….” starts to sound hollow?

11:16 “When americans see Iraqis standing up and fighting,” they’re be relieved alright. Relieved because then we can leave.

10:17 Ah. The Japan comparison. Not sure that’s super relevant or comforting. First, we were there seven years. Second: we dropped TWO NUCLEAR WEAPONS on them. Of course they were willing to cooperate. They were glowing.

10:18 Huh. Not mentioning private accounts in re: Soc. Sec. But whatever. It’s all “dictated by math.” Does that mean we have to invade math?

10:20 “Third rail of politics means you touch it and you die.” Ah. see I thought it was a euphamsism for large penis.

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