Monday, August 21, 2006

Is Bush an Idiot?

Of course he is, but I'm not the only one who is saying it.

Suprisingly, conservative Republicans like Joe Scarborough are increasingly voicing their views that the Commander in Chief is more like the "Idiot in Chief".

Scarborough said, "I think George Bush is in a league by himself. I don't think he has the intellectual depth as these other people."

I agree. It takes complex thinking to do any management job and even more complex thought to be the President of the United States. We know Bush was an affirmative action "C" student at Yale and if he would have stopped there, his intellectual capacity (or lack thereof) would not have cost thousands of lives in Iraq and hundreds of lives during Katrina.

The man just is not smart enough to govern and finally pundits such as George Will and William Buckley, defenders of all that is Right in America, are voicing their opinion on Bush's feeble brain power.

Like others, I have watched Bush commit egregious grammatical errors that compared to Dickens' Micawber, take the idea of a word salad to new heights. People laughed at Clinton's "wonky" meetings of intellectuals who came together to discuss everything from the economy, to global warming to the Middle East. Bush couldn't hang in such gatherings because he seems unable to roll over an idea in his head and look at the world as a complex set of political, economic and social interactions all affecting one another.

He's just an idiot and now white conservatives are saying what Black folks have known all along...

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