Bush in ten words...like Parsons one

#2
"Voted for by millions of Americans...its their own fault!"
 
#3
The best one there is IMHO:

"Bush squandered the global support for the US after 9/11."

Peter Riddell.


However I'd add.

Calling him a shaved chimp, is unfair on the chimp.
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
Book Reviewer
#4
I'd go with
'Proof that whoever stands for election should never be elected.'
 
#5
Bush's administration is surley an example of a classic oxymoron?

or

Fcuked his counrty, shagged his economy, made the world unsafe

or

Made the idea of democracy a dirty word world wide

or

tawt, w4nker, imbecile, crook, liar, thief, oppressor, fraud, muppet, warmongerer
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#6
"I inherited a recession, I am ending on a recession."

Funnily enough - his own words.
 
#8
I never thought the sight of Bush could be unpleasant?
 
#10
Oy Richard Dawkins, if evolution is the answer, explain Bush!

(Nice because it gives me a chance to put the boot in on Dawkins too, while biped isn't around!)
 
#12
Why waste time dreaming up ten when one is enough?

"Liability"
 
#13
Leaving epithet for GWB - "He Misspeaked Many a Time, and the Uknowns are Still'

or "Like the Parsons Egg, Good in Parts"
 
#15
He was the president that never was. Somebody else pulled his strings they just wheeled him out to speak now and again and he couldn't even get that right. Embarracing to watch but I think they have turned it around with Obama. Or maybe thats just me jumping on the band wagon.
 
#16
History Will Be Kinder to Him Than You Think
 
#17
In what he hoped would be the capstone to his eight years as President, George W. Bush today signed an executive order repealing the English language.

Scrawling his name on the official document, Mr. Bush said that in abolishing English he had vanquished his "greaterest enemy."

For Mr. Bush, the executive order represents the realization of a longstanding dream that began in 2001 when he declared an official War on Grammar.

The President followed up that declaration of war in 2003 when he signed an executive order cancelling the agreement between nouns and verbs.

Mr. Bush's decision to repeal the English language could complicate matters for his successor, President-elect Barack Obama, who is scheduled to deliver his inaugural address later today, presumably in English.

But thoughts of Mr. Obama seemed far away during today's jubilant Oval Office ceremony, which Mr. Bush summed up in four words: "I can has legacy."

Mr. Bush's executive offer also drew high praise from a fellow Republican, Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska: "Being that the English language can and has been used in confusing and also too in harming ordinary Americans, knowing that it no longer can or will be used in doing that is something positive that this is doing also."
 

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