Thursday, March 02, 2006

George W. Nixon

George W. Nixon



Paul Conrad's view of the Bush, er, Bush-Nixon Administration.

Mr. Conrad always gets to the core of the argument.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Steve said...

“You might want a nice hair-cut French Poodle, but when you’re in a tough neighborhood, you better have a Rottweiller.” - Kiss front man Gene Simmons on why he supports President Bush.

I was watching Your World, With Neil Cavuto, on Fox News Channel and Simmons was a guest on the business news and information program to promote his venture into the Indy Racing League.
Cavuto often tests his guests on current events issues and opinions, because he is of the philosophy that if one doesn’t have faith in America, one wouldn’t have much faith in the market. Thus, he qualifies his guests on the accuracy of their market and investment suggestions.

“Bush isn’t a politician who does whatever the polls say he should do,” Simmons explained, “he does what he believes is the right thing to do. Whether you love him or hate him, he stands by what he believes in.”

Rock on Dude!! (Insert guitar riff here)

2:03 PM  
Blogger Lou Delgado said...

No, Bush is more willing to do fight for the interests of his monied friends (read: plutocractic friends). The will of the people can sometimes be read in the polls. The UAE fiasco is one good example. Yes, there is often a tension there but in this issue the will of the people is clear. As Lou Dobbs continues to mention, "We are selling out America."

Steve, your comment I take it was about the general tone of this Blog and not Conrad's George W. Bush drawing in this particular post. In this political cartoon, Conrad's touches on Tricky Geroge's penchant for LYING! Hello.

2:31 PM  

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