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Monkey boy’s conversations with “the Almighty”

Posted by schroeder915 on October 20, 2006

Probably because his statements are are so factual (bwah ha ha ha haaa) … er … at least they’re fun-filled — Fox News commentator Bill “falafel” O’Reilly got to interview the preznit this week.

Monkey boy is once again claiming to have direct communication with (capital ‘A’) “the Almighty” in such matters committing the United States to an un-Constitutional war against Iraq, which is now a quagmire worse than Vietnam, while risking the lives of thousands of Americans, and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis. Oh, but the rest of us who have a more nuanced appreciation of spirituality, and who seek guidance for life and death decisions in more appropriate ways — like using honest intelligence information and international consensus — are pitiful heathens:

O’REILLY: The secular progressives don’t like you because you’re a man of faith.

BUSH: Yes.

O’REILLY: You know that.

BUSH: Yes. That causes me to be sad for people who don’t like somebody because he happens to believe in the Almighty.

O’REILLY: But you know that’s in play.

BUSH: Absolutely. They think you are some kind of evangelical. God tells you what to do and you go out and do it. And they hate that.

BUSH: I guess that I have pity for people who believe that. They don’t understand the relationship between man and the Almighty, then.

Transcripts: part 1, part 2, part 3.

If you want a good laugh (or can stomach it) this is the live action video of the puddin’ head we elected who was installed as president going mano-a-mano against the limp and leading questions of Bill O’Reilly. Maybe O’Reilly had a “falafel” session with Mark Foley before the interview to soften him up.

Bill O’Reilly rubs Bush with his falafel, part 1, part 2, part 5, part 6

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2 Responses to “Monkey boy’s conversations with “the Almighty””

  1. ashley said

    If shrub honestly believes what he is saying, that is, he wasn’t fed this word for word by a handler, then that’s really sad.

    For the country, and the world, and the future.

  2. It becomes harder to know which one makes me wanna puke more!

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