Wednesday, September 28, 2005

some presidential humor

Recently, it's been reported, George Bush does not like to hear bad news.
So, it was with a sense of dread that an official aide informed him that 3 Brazilian
soldiers had just been killed in Iraq.

The aide was prepared to have the president yell at him, but
that is not what happened. Instead, Bush looked at the aide, totally stunned,
then slumped down in his chair, with his head in his hands, sobbing uncontrollably.
Finally, Bush said: "That's the most horrible thing I've ever heard!"

The aide had never seen President Bush react this extreme way.
Not after 9/11.
Not after hurricane Katrina.
Not even after he fell off his bike!
Puzzled, but not wanting to seem callous, the aide remained politely silent.
Finally, Bush composed himself enough to ask just one troubled question:

"Exactly how many IS a Brazilian?"

5 comments:

RickinVa said...

That is funny... I must admit...

What is funnier for me (and redeeming) is how so many on the left continue to think that Bush is so stupid while thinking that people like John Kerry or Hillary Clinton or Michael Moore are so smart...

Blogzie said...

I love this!

It made me laugh out loud.

Thank you for that!

Jaded&Opinionated said...

It would be funnier if I couldn't actually imagine him saying that. That makes it kinda sad.

TN Rambler said...

A brazillian here, abrazillian there...pretty soon that will add up to some real numbers!

Thanks for the laugh.

Wayne

HeyJules said...

I'm "on the left" and I don't think any of those people are smart. I do, however, find the joke funny!

"and vivian followed."

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