In flying over to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference in Vietnam, if President Bush happened to be trying to chill out, listening to his iPod (or, perhaps, he’s going with the Zune these days) and if he happened to have some of Ol’ Blue Eyes’ tracks, he probably would have the surreal experience of hearing the lyrics to “That’s Life”“...Riding high in October ... Shot down in November ...”
With friends now turning against him, and his fired Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, auditioning for his next job with a DOD-RummyTube-version of his own “accomplishments”, the transition into the final leg of what will be his legacy is not starting off with a smooth push.
Bipartisanship isn’t going to come easy to this Court-Appointed President, especially being that he and his Administration have been working 24/7/365 over the past six-years to build the Supreme Chief Executive, also known as “The Decider” is he ( or as Cheney would say it, “restoring the proper power of the presidency”).
Well, The Garlic’s Weekly Poll voters weren’t the least bit confused, overwhelmingly sending Bush back to class for some long overdo lessons.
The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll November 12 - November 18, 2006
To ease the transition for President Bush to change over to Bipartisanship for the remaining time of his term, the White House will probably...
1. Take out a 6th Grade Civics Class poster that shows the three branches of Government and then, patiently, go over and over it with him Tally 50%
2. Under no circumstances, leave him alone with Vice President Dick Cheney, for any length of time Tally 25%
3. Set up a lot of meetings for the President with Senator Joe Lieberman (I/R-CT) Tally 17%
4. Put together a lot of DVD’s, from his time as Texas Governor, to prompt his memory on how it works Tally 8%
This week’s Poll - President Bush’s biggest worries, returning from
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What, Me Worry?