Bush vacates the White House, a terribly sad sun sets

Considering the News…

President Bush is back in Crawford, Texas, the sun having set at last on his memorable and abundantly eventful presidency. It’s back to civilian life, back to making trivial decisions that affect no one of interest.

Done are the presidential press conferences that inspired the collective cheers of so many Americans, all lauding his fine leadership while saying, “Just look at the truth spray from the glorious fountain that is his blessed mouth.”

Gone are the nightly compliments paid by popular late night talk show hosts, who so often honored President Bush with flattering Top Ten lists illustrating his competence and valor, or featured unforgettable clips from his valiant speeches, inevitably comparing him with the prolific orators who preceded him to the Oval Office.

Evaporated is the comforting notion of unchallenged national security, impregnable to the venomous terrorists hellbent on sowing America’s terrible doom, forever ready to sweep up any suspicious rogue who attempted to board the wrong plane or make the wrong cell phone call.

Lost is the simple honesty and crystal transparency of the Executive Branch, where Bush devoted the entirety of his eight years to illuminating to us common Americans the duties and privileges of this uncommon office, incidentally proving formidable leaders are never compromised by arrogance, stubbornness, or hubris.

Ended are the jovial bonds forged in the Bush administration, a successful experimentation in which friends and close colleagues worked intimately together to achieve the monumental, dismissing the antiquated sentiment that only a hodgepodge of so-called experts can propell the country to unbridled prosperity.

The nation, and thus the world, is much different today. A queer and unsettling feeling looms. Can our country survive without George W. Bush, the man who so cautiously overlooked our armed forces and national pocketbook with prudence and due diligence, the Commander-in-Chief who sacrificed his own passion, familial grudges, and personal agenda for the betterment of his treasured country?

No one can be certain. The future looks grim, with only a hint of sunshine gleaming off the coast of Hawaii. No expert myself, I have no authority to say.

But as a proud and concerned citizen of the greatest nation in history, I’m sure as shit ready to find out. God damn.

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4 responses to “Bush vacates the White House, a terribly sad sun sets

  1. Shaved Bush

    Hysterical post!?!? For the first few paragraphs I thought you were in love with that asshole. Then I got through it all and realized you aren’t crazy. LoL. 🙂

  2. caught his welcome home rally on c-span last night live from Midland, Texas. I would estimate that 95% of the very large crowd was over the age of 50 and very white; lots of cowboy hats and western garb. The sound system blasting out Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA”
    Bush waxed nostalgic about growing up in west Texas and said he was “home to stay” and the crowd went crazy.
    as much as the rest of the world dislikes him, he is still, and probably always will be, a hero and an icon in Texas.

  3. Whoever said that Americans can’t do irony?

    Nice post. Keep it up!

  4. Why thanks for the kind words, Middle Man. Now if only more Americans recognized irony, parody, and satire, I wouldn’t have to disregard so many unappreciative comments.

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