Bush Predicts GOP President for 2009

Sigh… 

President Bush predicted Monday that voters will replace him with a Republican president who will “keep up the fight” in Iraq. “I’m confident we’ll hold the White House in 2008,” Bush told donors at the Republican Governors Association annual dinner, which raised a record $10.6 million for GOP gubernatorial candidates.

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“When I say I’m confident, I am so because I understand the mentality of the American people,” Bush said. “And I understand the mentality of our candidates. And there’s no question in my mind, with your help, 2008 is going to be a great year.

Well, it’s nice that he thinks he understands the mentality of the 30% of the American people who still bother to tell pollsters that Dubya is doing a good job.

It seems sad that he’s so out of touch that he has no clue of what the other 70% might be thinking.

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2 responses to “Bush Predicts GOP President for 2009

  1. Well, he and the esteemed Mr. Rove also predicted that 2006 wasn’t going to be such a blood bath, because they had access to something called “the math” which turned out to be laughably wrong.

    I suppose it’s possible that Bush understands the mentality of the American people and has just decided to tell everyone to go to hell and to move forward with his lunatic policies. Of course, that would mean that Bush is capable of understanding something more intellectually rigorous than the back of a box of cereal, and I am not so certain of that.

  2. Ha! Good point.

    Karl Rove was supposed to be the “genius” behind Bush, but now that he’s just another FOX hack, the shine of his “brilliance” is finally wearing off.

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