Thursday, November 16, 2006

Can they do anything right?

George Bush is going to Vietnam (insert your own joke here) and will be the first president to visit Hanoi. Every person who has been to Vietnam since the war remarks on the warmth the people hold for Americans, even after we bombed the crap out of them and poisoned their fields. So, how does this administration show its respect for the Hanoi government?

I don't want to make too much of this because my guess is it's some Republican contributor's kid in charge of the web site and that person has as much interest in history as the CINC.
But still, can't these people do anything right?
Back in the day we'd say this is beaucoup dinky dau.


Sandra Ruttan said...

Is it wrong for me to find US politics an endless source of amusement? Probably...

Anonymous said...

Rumour is that Bush wanted to make it a bi-partisan visit, so he called John Kerry to see if he'd come along.

"Naw, you go. I've already been," Kerry said.

Ok, I just made that up.

David Terrenoire said...

Very nice, dean. You get a participation ribbon for that.