Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Just Another Day at the Zoo
The President introduced his new chief of staff Joshua Bolten (right) today, promising the public that the change represented a shake-up designed to answer concerns about the operational style of the Oval Office. He is replacing Andrew Card (left).
"They are both patriots; they are dedicated to America and its promise, but they couldn't be more dissimular in style and approach," Mr. Bush declared. "I expect to regain the trust and confidence of the American people through this change."
Critics had urged Bush to bring in outsiders to revitalize a close-knit White House plagued by a slew of political problems from the belated response to Hurricane Katrina to the handling of the Iraq war.
"I have gone to the heart of the administration, to its nuculus, really, to bring a fresh point of view to the day-to-day operations of the Oval Office."
Bolten had a mouth full of grass and was unable to answer reporters' questions.
So, he's admitting he's lost our trust and confidence, and he expects to get it back by hiring a new gopher?
Bolten must have a better source of cocaine than Card did.
After a shitty day I really needed this..god bless you Lulu..your a true patriot when I needed a laugh. The last line had me busting up..I am linking to this post..you rock woman!