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Bush Sees White People

PhotoHere is a photo of W with -- wait for it, wait for it -- WHITE PEOPLE. Do you see any ethnic people in the photo or any of the others? Hmm, no ya don't. Dumb Dumb met up with the Govenator to tour San Diego -- white, republican land. Before he left the White House made some lame statements about how you can compare this to Katrina and took a dig at the elected officials of Louisiana. He neglected to mention Heckuva Job Brownie. Nor did he mention his own less than stellar actions.

The Prince of Compassion (with my embellishments):

Standing with his arm draped around the shoulders of Kendra Jeffcoat, whose house had burned to the ground, Bush said, "We know how tough it is for you (I have no clue b/c I am a very rich man)," as Jeffcoat's eyes filled with tears. "The American people care for (white) people like you who are suffering."

Posted by Catherine on October 25, 2007
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Ain't called 'W' for nothing. And he even has the rolled-up sleeves. What a Manly Man of Manliness. Fifty bucks says that at some point, he rubbed the head of the dude to his right.

Posted by: Randal Graves | Oct 25, 2007 4:19:17 PM

Second guy on his left (our right) seems a bit mulato no?

Still, I thought about how much better the response is to this tragic event as compared to Katrina and the race issue...

Posted by: denisdekat | Oct 26, 2007 10:09:12 AM

he does appear to be ethnic. He must be the token.

Posted by: catherine | Oct 26, 2007 11:06:10 AM

I'm not surprised. I think that Dubya was trying to catch some reflected glory from California--it seems that Californians are doing the rescue work without collapsing like Louisiana, so Dubya can just sit back and nap and not have to touch anyone who doesn't look like him.

Posted by: Caroline | Oct 26, 2007 11:13:50 AM

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