Lunch Break: President Bush on Facebook

To give us a break from the daily grind...

Many of you know my (Jill's) daughter Daena worked as a writer for President Bush at the White House. When President Bush retired from office, Daena followed him to Dallas and is now working on the development team for his Presidential Center. President Bush described his plans for the Center on a video debuting his presence on Facebook on June 2:

Lori Ziganto at wrote a post yesterday about President Bush's video...

After taking a quick rest from breaking up Al Gore's marriage and from magically tricking President Obama into being an utterly incompetent failure, President Bush is now nefariously insinuating his way onto Facebook and Youtube. He recently released a video on the popular video sharing website, discussing his delving onto the Facebook scene and a little summary of what he's been up to since leaving office. Well, besides the manufacturing of hurricanes and arranging for oil spills and such....

It's fabulous seeing President Bush relaxed and the way that I always picture him. When feeling most depressed at the atrocious lack of leadership - or anything of substance at all - from our current President, I often imagine George Bush, relaxing on his porch with Laura, feet up on the rails, saying "How do you like being President now, genius?" Said while doing that cute little shoulder-shaking snicker that I miss so much, of course.

Also, it turns out that President Bush is still leading and doing, instead of just spouting increasingly inane rhetoric, unlike the current office holder. President Obama will talk about unclenching fists and give lip service as to how For The Women he is. Meanwhile, it's President Bush who is literally reaching out his hand to those who need it, not to dictatorial regimes. It is he who is continuing to aid the women in the Middle East who are truly subjugated. Women who need a first wave of feminism and whom our irrelevant modern Feminists, also known as Femisogynists, ignore. They are no longer needed, nor wanted here, yet they'd rather make up things over which to feign outrage than aid women who truly need our help. Because, George Bush.

Well, no worries. Bush will continue to do what is right, with or without their help. The George W. Bush Institute has a woman's initiative, chaired by Mrs. Laura Bush, that is focusing on empowering women in the Middle East, where it is needed most. Former President Bush understands that freedom is what truly empowers and he understands that the women of the Middle East are not free, no matter how much the multiculturalism worshippers try to claim otherwise, under the guise of tolerance. Oppression and subjugation should not and cannot be tolerated and they won't be, on his watch. A watch that is, thankfully, continuing with The George W. Bush Institute.

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I really do love this man! Texas is the promised land! Yes sir!

Posted by: Christina H at June 22, 2010 1:27 PM

Best wishes to Daena and former President Bush. The Presidential Center website is very nicely done, IMHO.

Posted by: Janet at June 22, 2010 3:15 PM

I do miss you Mr. Bush.

Sounds to me like you were slurring your words.

Did you burn your tongue with your morning coffee?

I hope to meet you some day and give you a hug and personally thank you for your service to our country.

I did not agree with all your decisions, but I believe all your decisions reflected what you 'believed' was best for America.

If and when you were wrong, you were 'sincerely' wrong.

I am relieved to report that the English languare is recovering from the drubbing it experienced at your hands and mouth.

But you did make it 'safe' for all of us to say 'nukuelur'.

Blessing to you.

May you days be full or life and peace and joy.

Posted by: yor bro ken at June 22, 2010 6:58 PM

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