Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Just Two Cowboys Named George

We love freedom.

Me and George tellin Maliki
about stayin' the course
in Iraq.

My fellow Virginians,

The liberal media is doing its level best to drive a wedge between the Georges. Guess what, folks? Ain't gonna happen.

Friends, I don't have to tell you that your president is a good man. He loves freedom, and the freeing sense of untetheredness that freedom brings. And that includes the freedom to open up your mouth without a passel of whiny liberals jumping down your throat.

They want President Bush to condemn my comments? Newsflash: This president won't be handled--he does the handling. No one's gonna decide for him--he does the deciding.

We've been through a lot together, you know--heck, we rode together in the NGA from '94 to '98. He knows darn well what it's like to be misinterpreted. He knows I've been the victim of some pretty unfortunate, uncalled for, and frankly, downright vile and hate-filled comments. And now he's gonna stand by me, and stand up for what is right.

That's what cowboys do, you know.


Blogger sfmike said...

I kept waiting for the linked "Cowboys Are Right" Flash movie to descend/ascend into irony, but its maker actually seems to believe in all those George Bush cowboy photo-ops. Fabulous and frightening, though the auteur really shouldn't pixelate their photos so thoroughly (we won't even go into the creepy typography). It makes Dubya even scarier looking than usual, which I personally thought impossible.

And I adore all your commentators thinking you're the REAL Re-Elect George Allen site as they rage against your evil, racism and mendacity. You're the best, Johnny A-List, I mean, George.

8/23/2006 12:08 PM  
Blogger eRobin said...

It looks like you retracted your apology!

8/23/2006 12:32 PM  
Blogger eRobin said...

Duh - here's the link.

8/23/2006 12:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The President sure does love freedom. He loves the freedom he has to imprison people without charges at Guantanamo. He loves to be free from the rules of FISA to listen in on... well, who whould the NSA be used to listen in on? Back in the Noxon era, the FBI listened in on MLK, and on tons of other Americans who were not guilty of anything. Would Bush ever allow political rivals to be listened in on? Nixon allowed this. What was the safeguard to prevent violations of civil liberties? FISA courts hear the secret claims for warrants, and you can get FISA warrant days after you start the servailance. That check prevents the executive from listening in on political rivals, etc. Bush loves the freedom he's created for himself to ignore that law. That law, by the way, is criminal law, there is a real penalty.

8/28/2006 2:30 AM  
Anonymous Vabelle said...


I had been wondering the very thing myself -- is the clip serious or a parody. But my conclusion wsa the opposite of yours; it's a spoof. There was thst one, brief tale-telling sentence "and they (liberals) are right...

8/30/2006 12:51 AM  

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