3.28.2006

Chief of Staff

The President's Chief of Staff, Andrew Card, resigned this morning. He will mostly be remembered as the guy who whispered into the President's ear during 9/11.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

And George will be the President remembered for.....

Anonymous said...

And Nero continued to fiddle while Rome burned.

Anonymous said...

Malaprops.Staging a war against the wrong country when he couldn not find Bin Laden. Failing to find Bin Laden. "Mission Accomplished". "Bring It On". The highest deficit in U.S. history. The Hurricane Katrina fiasco. The manner in which he "won" the 2000 election. Wiretapping in the name of terrorist control. Dick Cheney. His position on the Kyoto accord. Foreign countries' opinion of him. His position on stem cell research. Thousands of deaths of our men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan. Halliburton's soaring profits from non-bid contracts awarded by the U.S. in Iraq and the Middle East. Drastic cuts in Medicare that baby boomers will pay dearly for.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Andy Card wispered: "Everything is right on schedule. Your approval ratings will soon be through the roof."

Anonymous said...

He could have whispered, "Mr. President, sir, do not move your hands. Your fly is open".

scrogdog said...

No, he was saying, "Hurry up, Mr. President. You need to look for WMD's in my pants."

Anonymous said...

He could have whispered: "Mr. President, wipe that deer in headlights look off your face and keep reading that children's book, cause that's what your good at...leave the international diplomacy and war mongering to Donald and Dick."

Anonymous said...

Mr Pres barry is a liberal rat @($&@&!@# thats what he said

Anonymous said...

8:58 - Good summary of this miss-administration. How about adding increased raping of the environment, endorsement of occasional torture, ignoring alternative fuels, stacking the Supreme Court with neo-conservative ideologues. What an executive failure.

Anonymous said...

Keep Andy. Get rid of George.

Anonymous said...

GREAT POINTS BOTH 8:58 AND 10:09. I have one addition: the Dubai port fiasco.