Bush flops again

All George W. Bush had to do tonight was throw some "red meat" to the regular Republican voters.

These people are scared to death of an "invading horde" of Mexicans. They are heartbroken over America's tragic loss in Iraq. And it has become impossible for them to continue pretending that a gang of whoremongering felonious con-artists in Washington could give a damn about "conservative values."

With their adjustable mortgage payments skyrocketing and gasoline at more than $3 a gallon and good jobs completely out of reach, the beaten working class of Red State America just wanted their fake-Texan failure to come out and promise he would build a Great Wall between the U.S.A. and Mexico.

The White House lies about everything. Couldn't they at least send Bush out with a pretty lie about stopping the evil Mexicans? Turns out the answer is No.

Bushbots no longer

"President Bush and Congress fail to realize that it is a buyer's market and we are not interested in what they are selling," blogger USMC_Vet wrote on Blue State Conservatives.

"Bush has lost touch with reality, arguing that guest worker/amnesty will reduce the incentive to cross the border," Filipina hatebag Michele Malkin wrote on her wildly popular website.

"Yup it's all just a joke. He's humoring us. Pisses me off that he's doing it with a straight face," two-time Bush voter Kevin Ecker wrote after the televised speech. "Aaaaah, Mexico is our friend. Bushit."

"Blah, blah, blah...Illegal immigration...amnesty that is not amnesty...jobs American's won't do...we can't round them all up and send them back...my poll numbers just dropped faster than Paris Hilton's panties at a Hollywood party," wrote a furious Oklahoman who has surely attended many Hollywood parties. "Iran? Who is Iran?...Their just people that want to have a better life BY BREAKING F**KING LAWS!!!! Bush you just killed the rest of your political career and any chance for the Republican Party to win in 2006 and 2008!"

"Meanwhile, we have felons who have evaded authorities for years, who have no loyalty or intention of becomeing Americans demanding that we accept them," a member of FreeRepublic.com typed tonight. "They demand we teach their children in Spanish, they demand we teach them their history and their culture. The demand we celebrate 'Cinco de Mayo', the wave their flags on our soil and demand we recognize them."

David "I made up the 'Axis of Evil' phrase for Bush" Frum tersely described the performance as "one of those rare presidential speeches that drives the president's numbers down, not up."

And the PowerLine blog was nearly as blunt: "President Bush doesn't have many chances left to salvage his second term. After tonight, he might not have any."

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