Then in this little bike accident, he didn't get his panties all in a wad about colliding with this policeman. I have to wonder with all the security the President has why this happened, but Bush treated it like a normal accident instead of an internationally political incident with all kinds of undertones and allegations.
****** Whoa up... our Oaf-in-Chief ran into the cop, not the other way around.
Bush lost control of his bike Wednesday on a slick stretch of pavement and ran into the local officer, who was on foot, knocking him over.
Gee, how very magnanimous of him not to get his panties in a wad over an accident he caused himself! I'm glad he's checking up on the cop, but I hardly think he's saintly for not cussing the guy out, when he's the one who caused him injury. I know it was an accident and can happen to anybody, but crediting him for not getting his panties in a wad over it is a bit much.
Now, on to this... LOTS, you've referred to this twice:
Still, I'd rather support Toby Kieth, then a group of girls that take it upon themselves to critize our troops.
I just remember hearing about the Dixie Chicks attacking him...but this was after they spoke out against our troops.
...and I do not recall the Dixie Chicks dissing our troops. I think I would remember that, because I have a major problem with people doing that. Dissing the president? Good on ya! Telling Toby Keith to go straight to hell? I am absolutely with ya. But dissing the troops? I don't think they did that. I'm no fan of theirs (I have contempt for country music overall), but I don't think they're guilty of that one.
As for Toby Keith... FUTK. I want the tee-shirt, I want the tattoo, I want a billboard, and I want to hire a sky-writer if it's in the budget. That jag-off has consistently tried to exploit the war and our troops to boost his sound-scan. I'm all for patriotic songs, but his simpleminded "boot in the ass" dirge is an embarrassment, with its idiotic lyrics, and stuck in the middle of a bunch of a bunch of "boy do I like drunk girls!" songs. It makes us Americans in general and Southerners in particular look like a bunch of ignorant sister-humpin' nitwits. Plus, he's plagarized lyrics from Bob Seger, a man whose shoes he's not fit to shine, and god knows who else's he's stolen from... he's like the sh*tkicker version of P-Diddy, no more than a damn thief. AND he's been an arrogant, unoriginal scumbag on a consistent basis. So, the Dixie Chicks music sucks, but I'm all in favor of their choice in outerwear - better than listening to Toby write songs about his two-thousand-dollar cowboy boots, which he's welcome to shove up his own fatboy ass if he's so into that. I'm not a country fan, but he's the only one of 'em I actually hate.