Former Deputy Secretary of Defense under George W. Bush, Paul Wolfowitz, the man often called “the architect of the Iraq War” stated this weekend that had we just never ever left Iraq at all, if we had just kept it a perpetual war, everything would just be dandy right now and the Iraqis would surely all form a human chain of love from the border of Kuwait to the borders of Turkey. Well, I elaborated a bit, that’s the gist of it. Not at all that what’s happening in Iraq is what pretty much everyone knew was inevitable, and that’s that the country is splitting apart along ethnic boundaries instead of being confined to the arbitrary borders assigned to it by Great Britain in the 1930s.
Read the story here (Yes, it’s a Kos link)
The George W. Bush Presidential Center is set to open on May 1st in Dallas, and they might need suggestions on what exactly would preserve the Bush Jr. legacy. Any thoughts?
A couple months ago, a hacker broke into Bush family emails and discovered that George W. Bush has been busy painting in his retirement, mainly pictures of himself in the shower and bathtub. But he’s more than just that— Bush can also paint puppies. No, this is not an article from the Onion.
A hacker going by the name of “Guccifer” (hence the watermark on some of these photos) hacked into the personal email accounts of several members of the Bush family, including George Bush Sr. and Jr. The hacker found all kinds of personal info, but the most interesting was a series of pictures showing what George W. Bush is doing these days— painting. Specifically, paintings of himself in the tub and shower.
Beloved children’s book author Maurice Sendak once seriously thought about trying to assassinate Bush and Cheney
Maurice Sendak was an amazing person, an amazing storyteller and illustrator. But he also had a bit of a temper and could sometimes be a bit irrational. As revealed in an interview right before his passing, Sendak said that he once seriously considered how he might be able to assassinate both George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.
In the tenth episode of the current season of Game of Thrones, some eagle-eyed viewers noticed that one of the heads on stakes appears to be former president George W. Bush. That would be W up there, on the left. It’s not just a coincidence… the prop makers did in fact use a model of the former president’s head when creating the scene, but they say it’s not political.
George W. Bush says that Kanye’s “Bush don’t care about black people” remark was the worst moment in his presidency
There’s been a lot of information coming out lately about some of the behind the scenes goings-on of the Bush 43 presidency, and in an interview with Matt Lauer a couple days ago, Bush said that the worst moment of his presidency was when Kanye West said that Bush doesn’t care about black people. Of all the shit, that’s what he remembers apparently.