To accuse another of having weak kidneys, lungs, or heart, is not a crime; on the contrary, saying he has a weak brain is a crime. To be considered stupid and to be told so is more painful than being called gluttonous, mendacious, violent, lascivious, lazy, cowardly: every weakness, every vice, has found its defenders, its rhetoric, its ennoblement and exaltation, but stupidity hasn’t.
Primo Levi (1919–87), chemist, author
President Bush predicted Monday that voters will replace him with a Republican president who will "keep up the fight" in Iraq. "I'm confident we'll hold the White House in 2008," Bush told donors at the Republican Governors Association annual dinner, which raised a record $10.6 million for GOP gubernatorial candidates.
He said Republicans still offer the bedrock positions that voters embrace: strong defense, low taxes and personal freedoms.
Personal freedoms, say what? This administration has almost made search warrants antiquated.
"When I say I'm confident, I am so because I understand the mentality of the American people," Bush said. "And I understand the mentality of our candidates. And there's no question in my mind, with your help, 2008 is going to be a great year."
Just like he looked into Putin’s eyes and saw the soviet dictator’s soul and now another cold war is nearly underway.
Is it any wonder the campaign for the next president is in full swing? The entire world wants this moron out of office.