Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Scotty, No-o-o-oooo!

It is with great sadness and despair that I must announce the resignation of my favorite spokes-puppet and master tap-dancer, the lovely and talented Scott McClellan. He, like so many others, needs to 'spend more time with his family'. He will be sorely missed, and never forgotten. Scotty, no one can take your place in my heart...


Yoga Korunta said...

So badly do we feel to see you go, Scott!

Now, what about that Rover?

Alicia Morgan said...

if only it were that easy...but even if he lost his 'official' position, he'd still be Bush's brain. As badly spoken as Bush is with Rove, can you imagine what he'd sound like without him?

Poison Pero said...

Hey Alicia, long time no comment.....I'm sure that's a good thing:)

Question: Are you and your kind more uspet about Bush and his so-called 'incompetence', or your party's inability to handle such an 'incompetent'?

He's pretty much had his way since 2000, and the Dems have been able to do little more than squak about it..........Even though he is such a 'dumbass.'

Lots of noise about tax cuts, the war, judges, etc., etc., but really nothing more than yapping, because they've been able to stop nothing.

What kind of dumbasses must the Democrats be to not be able to defeat or handle such a 'chimp'?

Just a question.

TFLS said...

I still think Scotty was let go because Bushco is in need of another scapegoat. It looks like Rove might be caught up in the Plame affair (he's 'official 'A' in Fitzgerald’s indictment). If there are any questions about Bush lying to the public or Congress - it would be convenient to blame Scotty in lieu of Bush himself. For all that Bush constantly carps about loyalty - he shows precious little when his backs to the wall.