Sunday, July 11, 2004

Brilliantly Clear

Fox News recounts this exchange between President Bush and some reporter:

When a reporter noted that Edwards was being described as "charming, engaging, a nimble campaigner, a populist and even sexy" and then asked "How does he stack up against Dick Cheney?" the president immediately responded, "Dick Cheney can be president. Next?"
This is almost as sharp as President Coolridge's reply to the young lady who had wagered that she cause President Coolridge to say more than three words.

A recording of this exchange was used as a "Moment of Zen" at the end of a recent broadcast of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show". A moment of zen was usually a short video recording of someone doing something stupid in public. In this case the liberals who produce "The Daily Show" are apparently still chanting the "Bush is Stupid" mantra.

This continued manner of behavior may cause one to wonder how much force would it take to pull a liberal's head out of his or her own posterior orifice.

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