Sunday, August 07, 2005

Hiding Behind Locked Gates, Baby Doc Sends Out the Clowns

The Cowardly Liar, hiding behind the protective skirts of the Secret Service who twice attempted to run down the protestors being kept at bay five miles from the gates, finally sent two flunkies out to talk to Cindy Sheehan.

You can't get more low-level-administration in Crawford than Joe Hagen and Steven Hadley -- Bush might as well have trotted out the cook and the gardener -- but these are the two that the Smirking Chimp sent out to "discuss" Cindy's issues with her.

Not that there was any real discussion. The two maladministration sock puppets mouth-breathed out the same old platitudinous slime you would expect -- fighting there so we won't fight here, "everybody" thought Saddam had those pesky WMDs, it's Clinton's fault, etc etc.

Why is it that little Georgie Dubya is so afraid of women? He's afraid of Helen Thomas -- who is in her eighties -- and now he's afraid of Cindy Sheehan. He's cravenly hiding himself away from her, unwilling to meet face-to-face with the mother of just one of the men he sent away to be killed.

I'm still leaning toward the faulty potty training theory. Any Freudians out there who want to ring in on the whole "mother" angle?