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George W. Bush – late night humor and cartoons

Posted in George Bush, Republicans, war with tags , , , , , on November 29, 2007 by M

George Bush, George W. Bush and family have been favorites for political cartoonists for years, for good reason. I would imagine that the craziness, misinformation and the public views surrounding the Iraq war have given late-night comedians and political cartoonists more than enough daily material to poke fun at.

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So here we go with a set of political jokes, quotes and cartoons. The star here… you may have guessed this… George W. Bush.

“We’re coming up to the third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. I’m not sure how Bush is going to mark the occasion. I think we can rule out landing on an aircraft carrier and declaring mission accomplished.” —Jay Leno

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“President Bush now is apparently giving an Arab country control to American ports. Does that seem like a good idea? He’s going to give control of American ports to an Arab country. If he keeps this up, people are going to start questioning his judgment.” —David Letterman

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“President Bush is denying that he’s planning an air strike on Iran. So, you know what that means? He’s planning an air strike on Iran.” —David Letterman

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“President Bush met with the president of China at the White House. The arrival ceremony was interrupted by a protester who started yelling, ‘Stop the persecution, stop the torture!’ President Bush had to ask, ‘Which one of us are you talking to?'” —Jay Leno

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“Saturday is April Fool’s Day and President Bush … has a great April Fool’s joke planned. He’s going to put out that old ‘Mission Accomplished’ banner.” –David Letterman

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“Bush said today canceling [the ports deal] sends a bad message to the Arab world. You know, not like invading their countries, putting them on leashes, making them masturbate, but bad.” —Bill Maher

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“President Bush said it’s time for the people of Iraq to put together a functioning government. He said ‘it’s time to shut her down and get governin’.’ Other presidents quote Lincoln and Roosevelt. Bush is the only one to quote Larry the Cable Guy.” —Jay Leno

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political cartoons

Posted in George Bush, Republicans, war with tags , , , on November 25, 2007 by M

 

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Rebels with a Cause?

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The State of our economy – political cartoon

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The Frog and the Scorpion cartoon

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George Bush and Humanity

 

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George Bush on “We’re going to have the best educated American people in the world”

Posted in George Bush, Republicans with tags , , , , , , on November 18, 2007 by M

Here are a few more of some of the educated remarks from our Commander in Chief. We all know George Bush is not the best speaker and blunders almost every time, but these are kinda funny

  • The vast majority of our imports come from outside the country.
  • If we don’t succeed, we run the risk of failure.
  • One word sums up probably the responsibility of any Governor, and that one word is to be prepared.
  • I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good judgments in the future.
  • The future will be better tomorrow.
  • We’re going to have the best educated American people in the world.
  • I stand by all the misstatements that I’ve made.
  • We have a firm commitment to NATO, we are a part of NATO. We have a firm commitment to Europe We are a part of Europe.
  • Public speaking is very easy.
  • A low voter turnout is an indication of fewer people going to the polls.
  • We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur.
  • For NASA, space is still a high priority.
  • Quite frankly, teachers are the only profession that teach our children.
  • It isn’t pollution that’s harming the environment. It’s the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.
  • It’s time for the human race to enter the solar system.

Gotta love the Endorsement

Posted in Election 2008, Republicans with tags , , , , on November 12, 2007 by M

Divorce? What Divorce? we just put that under the rug for now. There are bigger fish to fry here, sir. Yep, those God-Damned Democrats are a great start. Yep, when we all done with that, then we can can have a real heart to heart about them 10 commandments.

(AP) Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s estranged wife has filed for divorce, citing adultery.

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Giuliani, rides 9-11 maybe to the White House

Posted in Election 2008, Republicans with tags , , on November 12, 2007 by M

Trick Question About 9/12 Stumps Giuliani
Rudy riding the 9-11 wave… all the way home, but comes to a little dip along the way.

For a man who probably does not surf, he sure knows how to ride a wave. A big wave… maybe straight to the White House at that. It’s the Rudy 9-11 wave and he is going pro!

That wave has taken him from City Mayor to Candidate for President.

Kinda like his Chief of Police who went from Rudy’s driver, to Police Chief, to Candidate for Director of Homeland Security candidate… thats quite a journey for a man with known Mob ties and criminal activities.

Anyway, this made me laugh.

GOP presidential frontrunner Rudolph Giuliani stumbled badly at a town hall meeting in Iowa last night when an audience member baffled him with a trick question about 9/12.

Mr. Giuliani, who has made references to 9/11 the foundation of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, was “like a deer in the headlights” when the surprise question about 9/12 came his way, observers said.

The former New York mayor had been cruising through the town hall meeting up to that point, answering a wide range of questions about immigration, the economy, and global warming, all by referring to 9/11.

But the tone of the event changed abruptly when one audience member, Tracy Klujian of Cedar Rapids, asked the GOP frontrunner, “Can you name one thing that happened on September 12?”

Mr. Giuliani seemed taken aback by the question, clearing his throat and drinking from a glass of water as if to buy time before responding.

“That’s a good question,” Mr. Giuliani said. “September 12 happened one day after September 11 — and we must never forget the lessons of September 11.”

Mr. Giuliani’s aides later said that their candidate had expertly parried a difficult question, but also offered excuses for Mr. Giuliani’s apparent failure to refer to any other date besides September 11.

“The man has a lot of dates to keep track of,” one aide told reporters. “For one thing, he’s had three different wedding anniversaries.”

Elsewhere, President Bush eulogized Washoe, the chimp who had a 250-word vocabulary, issuing this official statement: “Me miss Washoe. Me sad Washoe dead.”

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You Know You’re a Republican/Democrat If…

Posted in Democrats, Election 2008, Republicans with tags , , , on November 11, 2007 by M

You know you’re a Republican if you can’t stand your gay uncle, but you invite him to your son’s wedding because he’s rich.
You know you’re a Democrat if you can’t stand your rich uncle, but you invite him to your daughter’s graduation because he’s gay.

You Know You're a Republican/Democrat If You know you’re a Republican if you support George Bush’s plan to put a man on Mars.
You know you’re a Democrat if you want that man to be George Bush.

You know you’re a Republican if you think Colin Powell might make a good President, if he weren’t black.
You know you’re a Democrat if you think Colin Powell might make a good President, if he weren’t conservative.

You know you’re a Republican if you think every Democrat is a closet Communist.
You know you’re a Democrat if you think every Republican is closeted.

You know you’re a Republican if you wouldn’t mind if the Commonwealth of Massachusetts seceded from the Union.
You know you’re a Democrat if you wish the Republic of Texas had never become a state.

You Know you’re a Republican if you start off on third base and think you’ve hit a triple.
You Know you’re a Democrat if you hit a single but believe you deserve a triple because the other team got one.

You Know you’re a Republican if you believe the U.S. Constitution clearly supports strip mining.
You Know you’re a Democrat if you believe the U.S. Constitution clearly supports strippers.

You Know you’re a Republican if you can’t fathom that Abraham Lincoln was actually a Republican.
You Know you’re a Democrat if you can’t fathom that Abraham Lincoln was actually a Republican.

The all Star Wars gets re-cast with all-stars and stripes

Posted in George Bush, Republicans, terrorists with tags , , , , on November 5, 2007 by M

People are constantly saying that there is a political side to Star Wars. So we took the liberty of looking for the connection between Star Wars and the Middle East. Some connections are based on character, some are based on looks.


Bush is Luke


But is Rice really Princess Leia?


Is Hillary really the Emperor?


Is Saddam really Darth Maul?


Is bin Laden really Darth Vader?


Bush 41 makes a great Obi-Wan


Powell is played by Samuel L Jackson


C3P0 = Tony Blair


Cynthia McKinney is Jar Jar.


Suicide Bombers = Stormtroopers.
Couldn’t hit anything with a gun.


Ewoks = Northern Alliance


Tom Daschle is Boba Fett.


R2D2 is Stephen Hawking


Al Gore = Trees of Endor
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Looks, Character

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He’s old and bald, so the visual connection is pretty clear. He’s wise and also a teacher. In addition he’s done his share of butt kicking.

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You should be able to connect the dots on this one.
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Nothing really goes here; we just thought he looks like Jabba the Hutt.
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Nothing really goes here, either, but we were stunned by his resemblance to Watto from -Episode I-.
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Big, hairy, smelly, manly. Those are the words that come to mind when you think of Janet Reno. Also we have proof that Janet Reno married a Florida Skunk Ape, see it for yourself.
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Look at the eyes. Either picture. Move your head back and forth, from side to side. The eyes … they follow you. If you want to learn more about Allan Colmes, visit our Allan Colmes Magic Eye-Ball.

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