Sunday, May 29, 2005

Another Marvelous New Idea

Tired of listening to the Orwellian double-speak of Scott McClellan (or 'Puffy McMoonface', as he's known on the Stephanie Miller Show)? How about this idea, put forth by Martini Republic -

Suppose, during any further 'press conferences', no one asks any questions?

Wouldn't that be just great? That way, everyone would be happy. Bush and Puffy wouldn't have to listen to any pesky questions that they don't want to answer anyway, and we would not have to listen to the pack of lies and obfuscations that Puffy pulls out of his a**. Sure, the Jimmy/Jeffs and the hard-right media would still lob the cotton-candy softballs, but the silence of the rest of the credible media would eventually point out the absurdity of the joke that is a Bush 'press conference'.

Or, they could ask questions like, "Mr. President, sir - would it be out of place to say that you're one of the greatest presidents in history, and I can't imagine why anyone would be so uncouth and unpatriotic, sir, as to question any of your God-given decisions, and that you, sir, are my personal hero, if you'll forgive me for saying so, sir; and that's a particularly becoming tie, sir...have you lost weight, sir?"

Just Eddie-Haskell him to death...

5 comments:

wanda said...

That's a great idea Alicia. There's only one problem. No real questions being asked would give them the impression they've won. Soon they'd be saying something like "...well if your not going to ask questions you don't need to be here". Which would give them all the amunition they need to put an end to those pesky real reporters.
I have an idea, why doesn't someone find a way to slip something in the Jimmy/Jeff's coffee, giving them all a last minute case of the green apple trots. Leaving McMoonface to deal with the hardcore reporters all by himself. Now that would be a sight to see!

Alicia said...

Boy howdy, I'd love to see that! Of course, I think that Puffy could benefit from a case of the green apple trots - he always appears just a wee bit 'bound up', if you know what I mean...

Alicia said...

Or, they could ask questions like, "Mr.President, sir - would it be out of place to say that you're one of the greatest presidents in history, and I can't imagine why anyone would be so uncouth and unpatriotic, sir, as to question any of your God-given decisions, and that you, sir, are my personal hero, if you'll forgive me for saying so, sir; and that's a particularly becoming tie, sir...have you lost weight, sir?"

Just Eddie-Haskell him to death...

oldwhitelady said...

That's a win-win situation!

But wait, shouldn't the taxpayers get some sort of feedback for their money?

Well, maybe, silence is better than lies? Yet, we get many laughs, albeit ironic.

Gothamimage said...

Scott should have to answer questions about his responses- the press lets him get away with all sorts of evasions that would not be possible in England or Ireland or Australia or Canda or NZ.

When he issues a non denial denial- reporters should ask him, "Scott, why are you issueing a non denial denial, etc)