Saturday, August 20, 2005

Bush Sets Record for Most Presidential Vacation Days

From The Daily Pick....

"Heartfelt congratulations to President Bush, who on Friday August 19th breaks Ronald Reagan's all-time record for most vacation days.

The old record was 335 days, though Reagan took his sweet time of eight years to accomplish this feat. President Bush did it in nearly half the time. And with another two weeks of vaction on tap, he's obviously not content with simply breaking the record, he's going to smoke that record right out of the hole.

Great going, President Bush! We knew you could do it!"

(One commenter noted, "Don't Forget--Reagan was 25 years older....a genuine senior citizen.... and--wait for it--was shot within 100 days of taking office, so his vacation time naturally had to be high.)

Seriously....could George Bush be any more self-absorbed and utterly disdainful of the American people?

Today, rather than meet with families who had loved ones die in the War in Iraq, Bush went for a bike ride with sports celebrity Lance Armstrong.

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