April 16, 2004


Those poli-sci geniuses at Margo Kingston’s Webdiary Academy ("Freeing Our Minds to Use the Brains since April 2000") were the first to reveal the sinister anti-gravity plot behind the war in Iraq. Now Webdiary reader Phil Smith exposes the unseen forces manipulating George W. Bush:

I have just watched President Bush at his press conference, live on TV. He places long pauses throughout and before his replies to questions. I have a theory that he may be wearing a radio ear-phone and someone outside the room is dictating his answers to him. If you watch carefully these pauses almost match the length of his reply and his eyes often glance down as though he is listening to something during these pauses. Who is actually answering the questions? I have no proof of this.

No proof, eh? That’s exactly what us cynics said about the anti-gravity claims -- before all those hover bikes were found in Uday’s palace!

UPDATE. Margo writes:

Don’t you love Bush’s timing? What better time to tear up the road map for peace he promised Blair he’d deliver as part of the ‘war on terror’. What a suitable reward to Sharon for the assassination of Hamas spiritual leader Sheik Yassin. What a clear sign to the Iraqi people that the occupation is no crusade against Muslims. What a lovely welcome mat for Tony Blair’s latest summit with Bush. Ever get the feeling Bush, Sharon and their neo-con Dr Strangeloves can’t wait to bring on Armageddon?

Yes. With our anti-gravity hearing devices!

Posted by Tim Blair at April 16, 2004 01:41 AM

The fool! Ear-phones were superseded years ago!

Doesn't Smith realise that world leaders are now directed by Master Race Frankenstein Radio Controls?

Posted by: EvilPundit at April 16, 2004 at 01:55 AM

So Bushitler is an evil war-mongering...ventroliquist's dummy? Who's giving him the words, a high-ranking member of ZOG?

Posted by: ushie at April 16, 2004 at 02:01 AM

Phil Smith is a moron. I now have proof of this.

Posted by: Tom Alday at April 16, 2004 at 02:32 AM

Exactly. Ear plugs are SO 1970s. It's got to be either an embedded microchip or nanotechnology or Bush is really a genetically modified clone produced by the petro-chemical industry...

Phil Smith, just two words for you:
Get. Help.

Posted by: Chris at April 16, 2004 at 03:20 AM

Uh oh... hope they don't watch Stargate: SG-1, they might believe it's a US Air Force documentary.

"...and my other request?" "Sir, we can't name the ship 'Enterprise'." "Why not?!"

Posted by: Patrick Chester at April 16, 2004 at 03:20 AM

Most of all I love the way Margo refers to Yassin as Hamas' "spiritual leader." I guess organizing the mass killing of Jews is spiritual for some people.

Posted by: Alex Bensky at April 16, 2004 at 03:37 AM

I didn't think I would ever agree with Margo Dowd, but she's right. The sheik is the spiritual leader.

Posted by: BC at April 16, 2004 at 04:35 AM

doesn't this stupid woman realize that there is no road map. The whole business rests on a PA which eliminates terrorism. They never have done that. Mile one on the roadmap has never been reached. You can't negotiate with a half dozen different terrorist groups not under the control of the person who would sign an agreement.

Ever since the PA was created, the life of the Palestinians has gone straight down. Where is all the money the PA got from all the benefactors? Why hasn't a single school been built. A lot of good that would have done anyway, since the schools have turned int factories of hate. And yet idiots, like this margo woman, like to pretend there is some coherent entity in charge.

Posted by: Ted at April 16, 2004 at 06:52 AM

We've been discussing Bush press conference related matters, in great detail, at LGF over the last couple of days. http://www.littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog

Posted by: Sergio at April 16, 2004 at 08:42 AM

Sergio, if you'll look over there in Tim's sidebar, you'll see the LGF website is already listed in the links. If you have a specific entry you want people to go to, cut and paste that in next time.

Posted by: Andrea Harris at April 16, 2004 at 10:19 AM

God, Andrea, what would we do without you?

Posted by: Dan at April 16, 2004 at 02:48 PM

Probably litter the board with useless comments.

Like this one.


Posted by: david at April 16, 2004 at 03:47 PM

Yeah, the road map is difficult to follow if the buses keep blowing up.

Posted by: Chrees at April 17, 2004 at 05:47 AM