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Posted by | Posted in Comedy | Posted on 05-11-2008

I wouldn’t usually post twice in one day, and I know I said I wouldn’t say another word about it, but seeing as it’s the last day that Bush is president, I thought I might post some memorable quotes from the guy.

And they have no disregard for human life.

The economy is growing, productivity is high, trade is up, people are working. It’s not as good as we’d like, but — and to the extent that we find weakness, we’ll move.

The German asparagus are fabulous.

One of the things important about history is to remember the true history.

Let’s make sure that there is certainty during uncertain times in our economy.

We want people owning their home — we want people owning a businesses.

Soldiers, sailors, Marines, airmen, and Coastmen — Coast Guardmen, thanks for coming, thanks for wearing the uniform.

I thank the diplomatic corps, who is here as well.

The decisions we make in Washington have a direct impact on the people in our country, obviously.

In other words, he was given an option: Are you with us or are you not with us?

As yesterday’s positive report card shows, childrens do learn when standards are high and results are measured.

I hear people say ‘Where’s (Nelson) Mandela?’ Well, Mandela’s dead. Because Saddam killed all the Mandelas.

The same folks that are bombing innocent people in Iraq were the ones who attacked us in America on September the 11th.

I’ve heard he’s been called Bush’s poodle. He’s bigger than that.

I’m honored to be here with the eternal general of the United States, mi amigo Alberto Gonzales.

I want to share with you an interesting program—for two reasons, one, it’s interesting, and two, my wife thought of it—or has actually been involved with it; she didn’t think of it. But she thought of it for this speech.

Either we’ll succeed, or we won’t succeed. And the definition of success as I described is sectarian violence down. Success is not no violence.

There are jobs Americans aren’t doing. … If you’ve got a chicken factory, a chicken-plucking factory, or whatever you call them, you know what I’m talking about.

There are some similarities, of course (between Iraq and Vietnam). Death is terrible.

Politics comes and goes, but your principles don’t. And everybody wants to be loved — not everybody. … You never heard anybody say, ‘I want to be despised, I’m running for office.’

Forms of government matter, in my opinion. It matters how — the nature of the government in which people live.

Iraq is a very important part of securing the homeland, and it’s a very important part of helping change the Middle East into a part of the world that will not serve as a threat to the civilized world, to people like — or to the developed world, to people like — in the United States.

Suiciders are willing to kill innocent life in order to send the projection that this is an impossible mission.

And my concern, David, is several.

And there is distrust in Washington. I am surprised, frankly, at the amount of distrust that exists in this town. And I’m sorry it’s the case, and I’ll work hard to try to elevate it.

The best way to defeat the totalitarian of hate is with an ideology of hope — an ideology of hate — excuse me –with an ideology of hope.

Make no mistake about it, I understand how tough it is, sir. I talk to families who die.

Anybody who is in a position to serve this country ought to understand the consequences of words.

This morning my administration released the budget numbers for fiscal 2006. These budget numbers are not just estimates; these are the actual results for the fiscal year that ended February the 30th.

And I suspect that what you’ll see, Toby, is there will be a momentum, momentum will be gathered. Houses will begat jobs, jobs will begat houses.

I would guess, I would surmise that some of the more spectacular bombings are done by Al Qaeda suiciders.

I think — tide turning — see, as I remember — I was raised in the desert, but tides kind of — it’s easy to see a tide turn — did I say those words?

I think we are welcomed. But it was not a peaceful welcome.

We look forward to hearing your vision, so we can more better do our job. That’s what I’m telling you.

I’m looking forward to a good night’s sleep on the soil of a friend.

I was going to say he’s a piece of work, but that might not translate too well. Is that all right, if I call you a ‘piece of work’?

I’m going to spend a lot of time on Social Security. I enjoy it. I enjoy taking on the issue. I guess, it’s the Mother in me.

And my personal favourite:

There’s a lot of blowhards in the political process, you know, a lot of hot-air artists, people who have got something fancy to say.

What will we do without him?

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