Monday, November 27, 2006

The incredible hubris of GWB

His presidency is shameful. The man himself is shameless. Now he wants the public to pay for his half-billion-dollar erection. Here's the story from the New York Daily News today.

There are rich people willing to give $10-$20 million to this idiotic thing. That's scary.

Calling anything with the name Bush on it a "think tank" is akin to naming a weight-loss clinic after Nicole Richie.

Horrors. If they build where they say they are, I'll be living so close to it, I'll be able to smell the stench--like living next to a coal plant or a pig farm.

How many copies of My Pet Goat can we donate?


Blogger Mike M. said...

As an alum of SMU, and a one who holds a degree from the Political Science department, I'm ashamed. Plus, I own a condo -- a weekend place, thank God -- about a mile from the campus and I seriously think that this will make SMU a major target for terrorism. I guess it just goes to show that there is no depth to which my alma matter will not sink when it comes to groveling for money. A gold plated monument to the worst presidency in American history filled with paid partisan hacks trying to put lipstick on a pig. Boy, what a thing to be known for.

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey hey!
I can't seem to open the link!

4:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You've seen this coming for many a moon now.

And here's the really icky part of the whole thing, Prof ... you might just run into him at the local Starbucks one day, come 2009. Ewwwwwwwww!

I hear one of his favorite things is to give sweaty kisses and hugs to Laura's sorority sisters after he's been out biking (used to be running, before he blew out his knees).

Ewwwww to the tenth!

4:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A gold plated monument to the worst presidency in American history...

Why would SMU host a monument to Jimmy Carter?

Perhaps you meant a monument to the second worst president in American history?

5:10 PM  

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