Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Who said this?



"Arab-Americans are racially profiled in what's called secret evidence. People are stopped, and we got to do something about that."

That was candidate George W. Bush, criticizing one of Clinton's anti-terrorism policies. Apparently, as president, George did something about that profiling just in time for September 11th.

Thanks, President Bush. You're the swellest president ever.

*and God bless Pat Oliphant, the best bare-knuckled political cartoonist in the business.

2 comments:

Spike said...

Where did you move to?

Yer pal, Spike.

Spike said...

PS... Go down to your local magazine stand and steal the latest issue of Rolling Stone.

Check out the exerpt of Robert Greenfield's new book "Exile on Main St..."

Now, THERE'S an author...