Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Scott McClellan: A Quiz

In which of the accompanying fotos is former Presidential Press Secretary Scott McClellan "gruntled", and in which is he "dis-gruntled?" Or is he 'qually gruntled' in each? Clearly, the degree of gruntledness with which the former Buhevik flack's book can be read will be crucial to the both the Bush legacy and the amount of cash lil Scottie can accumulate before Jan 20, '09....

6 comments:

Mr. Pelican said...

Our government is invested with pasty-faced, dough-belly,be-suited, whey pudding guts who have not the tiniest speck of morality anywhere in their egregiously offensive corpses. To see their ghastly visages makes me profoundly ashamed to be a white, college educated, American man. If they are the exemplars of
our culture, we are truly BONED!

notwatchingtelevision said...

See, I have some sympathy for the guy. He seems like a gullible true believer who was finally shaken awake like millions of other. Unfortunately he aided and abetted while he was still stumbling around in blind faith. -- Sparkle
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Woody (Tokin' Lib'rul/Rogue Scholar & O'erall Helluvafella!) said...

Snotty Scottie's a whey-faced, jelly-jowled, whiney-voiced, proto-fascist enabler. Nobody could be so naive as he pretends. Sorry, Sparkle, I cannot sustain your sympathy for him. He's doing nothing but image polishing.

Mr. Pelican said...

He would warrant sympathy if he had seen what was going on and said something about it, or stood up for what was right and gotten chewed up into cat food.
As it is , he sat back for years and said exactly what the handlers told him to say. Then when the moment is right, i.e. the neo-con rats are deserting the sinking ship, he bails, and writes his book, and makes (more money than we'll make in our entire fukin' lives) for the lecture circuit. Amerika in aktion. If there was a god I'd ask for preservation. Guess I'll just have a stiff scotch, instead.

Mr. Pelican said...

He would warrant sympathy if he had seen what was going on and said something about it, or stood up for what was right and gotten chewed up into cat food.
As it is , he sat back for years and said exactly what the handlers told him to say. Then when the moment is right, i.e. the neo-con rats are deserting the sinking ship, he bails, and writes his book, and makes (more money than we'll make in our entire fukin' lives) for the lecture circuit. Amerika in aktion. If there was a god I'd ask for preservation. Guess I'll just have a stiff scotch, instead.

Flying Junior said...

Believe me, I don't need to read the book. But Scott said on the air that public support for the war could have been rallied before the invasion and sustained throughout the prosecution of the war... What the fuck? Another idiot who says we went about the war all wrong, or we could have won if only we had the moral support of the American people?

He could smell the evil around him, he just couldn't understand it.