Monday, March 06, 2006

Wow. How does New York Times "reporter"

Elisabeth Bumiller write with George Bush's cock in her mouth?

There were no questions about the Dubai ports deal. There was little talk of Vice President Dick Cheney's accidental shooting of a fellow quail hunter. The words "Iraq" and "Katrina" hardly came up at all.

Through five days and three countries last week, George W. Bush got a little of what beleaguered American presidents always look for on foreign trips: a chance to set aside problems at home.

True, the trip had troubles of its own. Anti-Bush riots led by Islamists exploded from Hyderabad north to Kashmir, Islamabad was in lockdown because of the risks of bringing the president into Osama bin Laden's backyard, and an American diplomat died in a suicide bombing in Karachi. But compared with Mr. Bush's most recent trips to South America and Asia — one dominated by demonstrations led by President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela and the other by problems in Iraq — the president's visit to the subcontinent was a relief for him.


HELLO?! "And an American diplomat died in a suicide bombing in Karachi"?!? Jebus Crispies, lady, you have less moral fiber than an empty hacky sack! (And don't even get me started on Bush's fuck-up with the sniffer dogs.)

"I'm ambidextrous, with very strong wrists."