Friday, August 25, 2006

Out Of The Mouths Of Babes

Laugh-out-loud stuff, via Bartcop:

SARASOTA -- In the words of the schoolchildren who watched that day, it is a simple thing to describe memories of watching President Bush learn about the 9-11 terror attacks: happy and sad.

It was supposed to be a day of celebration -- with the nation's leader there to congratulate the classroom of second-graders for improving their reading scores -- and it was, until a man stepped forward and whispered something into the president's ear.


The best part of the article? This:

"His face just sort of turned red,'' said Tyler Radkey, who had a front-row seat that morning. "I thought, personally, he had to go to the bathroom.''

2 comments:

the rev. said...

I think he did when he realized that his presidentin' was going to have to consist of more than showing up at elementary schools and trying to look alert while Dick's pals plundered the treasury.

Scout said...

out of the mouths of babes!!!

no doubt he sharted at the news that they had blown some vital stuff that may lead the public to discover the tie-ins. the news drop-outs were quite something (tagline cbc news, 'u.k. authorities were aware of the possibility of the plot several months before'....then, boom, tagline gone! )