Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Cheney Shits The Shitters

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The vehicles that are sold and serviced by America's auto dealers are marvels of design, performance, and reliability, and all of you are rightly proud to work in this industry. You're part of the reason America remains among the strongest economies in the world. So it's a pleasure to be in the company of new-car and truck dealers from coast to coast -- and I bring good wishes to all of you and the members of your association from the President of the United States, George W. Bush.
Vice President's Remarks at the National Automobile Dealers Association 2006 Legislative Conference

3 comments:

Jersey Shore said...

Next week, he addresses the Republican Association to Purge Ethics (RAPE), and the week after that he speaks to the American Swiftboat Soldiers & Heroes Organized to Legitimize Evangelicalism (ASSHOLE).

Then, he'll talk to the Conservative Organization of Washington To Unflinchingly Repudiate Democrat Senators (COWTURDS).

Next, it's on to the Republican Association To Secure Conservative Ultimate Majority (RATSCUM).

It's the world according to GOP.

el duque said...

Superfrankenstein,

You failed to note the passage where he referred to his November 1962 and July 1963 DWIs.

"Dave might recall the first car I ever owned. It was a 1949 Chevrolet, which I drove with not much skill but plenty of enthusiasm. (Laughter.) It had a lot of power. As I recall, I could pretty much pass anything on the road except the filling station. (Laughter.)

bubba g. russo said...

Cheney's car is fitted with an extra gas-bag (and a chauffeur)!
Was the Dickster's speechifyin' before or after our captains of industry announced another round of 4,000 layoffs at Ford...or was that GM....or was it Daimler Chrysler? And isn't it true that the speech was actually not given in Detroit, but in Calcutta, where most the former workers' jobs had been relocated? Or was that Pakistan? Or Hong Kong? Or Beijing?
They don't make 'em like they used to, or where they used to, for that matter...