The Spectre of Math

December 16, 2008


Filed under: Politics — jlebl @ 9:29 pm

I am personally envious of al-Zaidi the shoe thrower.  He is my personal hero.  I still can’t stop giggling inside when I see the footage (it will never get old).

It would have been even better if the shoe actually hit and Bush had a shoe imprint on his forehead when he leaves office.



  1. The shoe incident is a very fitting legacy for Bush 43rd. If this happened before he liberated Iraq, the shoe-throwing baffoon would’ve been thrown into a woodchipper, feet first. To give Iraqis credid where it’s due, other journalists apologized for the turd of their own.

    Comment by Pete Zaitcev — December 17, 2008 @ 6:52 am | Reply

    • I guess the problem was that some of his family and friends were actually fed into the chipper because of Bush’s “liberation”.

      Also, I would not use a word like “liberate” for the mess that was created. The amount of suffering brought on by the “liberation” has been greater (especially per unit of time) than what saddam could have dreamed of accomplishing. The number of dead related to the war in just the past 5 years (not even 5 years) is on the same order as what saddam accomplished in his entire sad tenure. And some of it he did with weapons we sold to him to kill iranians. Let’s not play innocent here.

      Comment by jlebl — December 17, 2008 @ 5:32 pm | Reply

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