December 14, 2008
IT WAS A SIZE TEN!
Shame on me. Okay. Let's get it out of the way. I try to share respectability with you guys because I love, respect and adore you ~ but ya gotta allow me this one slip. JUST THIS ONCE.
I LOVE my country. I am patriotic. And while I may have mentioned displeasure, dislike, I have never gone beyond what is dignified.
BUT, this, I just gotta say something here. I will never be able to have a chance like this again. With what 37 days left in his administration...please accept my apology.
Our Dubya has dodged a size 10 shoe.
Now, first let me share that I know a thing or two about flying shoes. It was a form of discipline in my home until I was about 10 years old. Flying slippers, flying shoes, flying bookbags ~ and I can tell you first hand...it phases you.
It is a shocking attention getter, and you almost surely always go "whoa"!
And the thrower has made their point. Hey, it is something substantial, in flight, sailing with a whoosh toward your brains...you're gonna have a reaction.
Now unless our dear duck, is used to ducking, this had to freak him the flying f**** out!!
From what I understand, shoe flying is the utmost form of disrespect in Iraq.
It was in my household too, that and door slamming.
Poor Dubya, after I laughed hysterically for ten minutes and almost wet my pants, I felt remorse, I felt empathy, I felt really bad for this guy. I just don't know how it must feel being bullied by the entire globe because of being such a lying, sneaking, incredible specimen who pillaged another country for his own personal gain.
My son who loves me very much, bought me "The Out Of Office Countdown: Yes The End Is Near" calender for Christmas last year and it has bought us so much joy and laughter at George Bush's expense.
It IS funny but it is not.
I guess we laugh to keep from crying. He is a war criminal and should be brought to justice. But I guess in the mean time, we must be happy with just throwing shoes.
There are no lines on the calender for weekends, so for today there is nothing , but the next quote laid out is for December 28th with a quote from Dec. 28th 2004. It reads ~
"I'm not an expert on how Iraqi people think, because I live in America, where it's nice and safe and secure."
Uh, Dub, if that is how you plan to stay; uniformed, uneducated, uncouth, then don't go on unannounced, unwanted, unwarranted visits to Iraq. Don't say goodbye...just slither on out, quietly!!!