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 Enselic  -  April 7, 2006, 17:57
I love the finnish line :D
 afaw aasfawc agwrvase  -  April 7, 2006, 19:41
Only in america
Ha Ha (guest)  -  April 8, 2006, 03:09
I love the "Fool me once..." quote.... it's a classic.... :)
qwerty (guest)  -  April 8, 2006, 18:45
Retard!!!
PHRATY (guest)  -  April 9, 2006, 04:40
hes alot more than a retard
Linus (guest)  -  April 9, 2006, 15:02
N00b. :)
L-Å (guest)  -  April 10, 2006, 15:16
IDIOT
Kerafyrm (guest)  -  April 10, 2006, 17:24
Could fool the american people twice thou :)
Wolf (guest)  -  April 10, 2006, 18:29
What a friggin' idiot. And he was re-elected. Jeezuz.
AC (guest)  -  April 10, 2006, 21:03
It's sad (ambarrassing) to him as the most powerful man on earth
linda (guest)  -  April 11, 2006, 17:19
moron of all morons....and he still prez...america u have a problem....
cxn (guest)  -  April 12, 2006, 01:59
same old, same old
Pru (guest)  -  April 14, 2006, 07:26
You know you love it!
Guest (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 06:30
The most powerful man on earth!
David (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 09:54
Ok, the guy is a bad speaker.. I have to say I support him for a few reasons.. but these videos are way hilarious.
Billytheradponi (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 17:57
Excellent!
Benny Too Henny (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 18:57
Dude Why Do You Still Try
Benny Too Henny (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 18:57
Dude Why Do You Still Try
Benny Too Henny (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 18:57
Dude Why Do You Still Try
Bush8ter (guest)  -  April 15, 2006, 22:05
F-ing Moron. The public is even more moronic for re-electing him. Idiot's.
ricky (guest)  -  April 16, 2006, 12:55
he is an asshole
Guest (guest)  -  April 16, 2006, 16:30
The public has nothing to do with it, the elections are rigged. Hes just a puppet for the people really in control.
steph (guest)  -  April 17, 2006, 05:44
i love Bush and any speaker that has as much publicity as he does is bound to mispeak on record
QTWolf (guest)  -  April 17, 2006, 18:12
Die BITCHES Die! all you Bush lovers are responsible for 15000 unnecessary deaths PER DAY IF NOT MORE. DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE DIE and my appologies to all those already in HELL, cos u gona get another LOAD OF MORONS coming at you (hopefully REALLY DAMN) soon
nano (guest)  -  April 18, 2006, 15:35
hahahahaha. HE MUST BE THE MOST STUPID MAN ALIVE!
erikc (guest)  -  April 18, 2006, 15:36
poor america!
Alcatraz (guest)  -  April 18, 2006, 15:37
Now, i love the speach, not in this movie tho, when bush announces that "the US have the world best trained americans" duh ?! And later, on another speach, when he calls africa a country. ?!
He rocks! (guest)  -  April 19, 2006, 09:00
No wonder Americans love him, it's 'cause he's funny!
donuts (guest)  -  April 20, 2006, 03:51
fool america twice...shame on america.
wolfpax (guest)  -  April 20, 2006, 21:01
he wasn't actually elected either time; in BOTH elections there were some serious allegations of voter fraud, but their investigations got squashed...
c (guest)  -  April 20, 2006, 21:08
It´s quite obvious that the Bush-haters have no sense of humor whatsoever.
bluePicasso (guest)  -  April 21, 2006, 05:12
Everytime he tries to say "nuclear" [nucular]he proves himself a bumpkin. It's even more amazing how some people get so hateful when faced with disagreement.
T-Bagg (guest)  -  April 27, 2006, 23:33
NUB Talker!
L-Å (guest)  -  April 29, 2006, 20:37
i think he is drunk
o_O! (guest)  -  April 30, 2006, 01:45
if you liked this one you gotta watch this http://gprime.net/video.php/presidentialspeechalist
jazzguy (guest)  -  May 2, 2006, 22:02
Brilliant!! Would be even funnier if he weren't the president... i feel like crying.
Sweetooth (guest)  -  May 4, 2006, 17:07
I'm glad I didn't vote for him.
Juhgu  -  May 10, 2006, 01:10
You do as many speeches as him and then let's see if you made a funny mistake or two. Anyway, I agree he's a crappy speaker and probably shouldn't be a president :P
Bruce (guest)  -  May 15, 2006, 16:31
The weird thing is that I have seen a collection of Clinton's speech booboos and they are all along the limes of "Climate control is an intrinsically contentious tropic, sorry, topic". Not dumb, just slips of the tongue. (no pun intended). Bush just sounds like an idiot.
Sera (guest)  -  May 15, 2006, 22:34
Hmm..I didn't vote for him. Oh wait, I wasn't old enough. That explains why I didn't. ^-^ Sheez. Come on Bush, try to find a dictionary.
Sera (guest)  -  May 15, 2006, 22:39
Check this video out too. It's quite funny. :) http://gprime.net/video.php/2004votingmachine
h4x0r (guest)  -  May 22, 2006, 04:09
Allright, i want to set one thing straight. The American people are not stupid for re-electing bush, because the people's votes have nothing to do with a president getting elected. We have what is called an indirect democracy, in other words the peoples' votes dont count for shit. There is an electoral college representing each state, with a certain amount of people in each. How they vote decides whether or not the preident gets elected, not how the citizens vote. So, for example, Bush lost the popular election both times, which is how many citizens vote for him, but more people on the electoral college voted for him, so he won. So even if more actual people vote for a candidate, it doesnt matter, because ulitimately it is the 5-30 people in each state's electoral college whose vote really decides whther or not a president gets elected.
h4x0r (guest)  -  May 22, 2006, 04:11
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy_%28varieties%29#Indirect_democracy
 zumbuluk  -  May 29, 2006, 18:07
@h4x0r: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolution - any thoughts about it?
anus (guest)  -  May 30, 2006, 04:25
poon
 h4x0r  -  June 1, 2006, 01:30
Sure, why not.
WakeUP (guest)  -  June 13, 2006, 10:45
Bush, like all presidents, is a front to the American people. He is no decision maker. I can tell you this, USA is securing it's future because of what is happening in his era.
cian (guest)  -  June 25, 2006, 22:51
everyone makes mastakes out of all the speeches he did some things just sliped out but im still against bush
Funny (guest)  -  June 29, 2006, 19:03
What is funny to me is the very people calling Bush and the American populace ignorant, stupid, idiotic, etc are the same people that can't figure out how to spell the very words they are using. www.dictionary.com folks...not that hard. Then maybe your comments can have some small amount of credibility.
Das Bush hater (guest)  -  July 5, 2006, 17:42
Man this is funny! however, to me it seems bush IS a great speaker, just listen to him talk about war. Its the only thing he can speak passionatly about, he is in general more careful around other topics. Also, Funny above was whinig about bad spelling. You try learning English in school instead of learning it as a baby and you tell me if its harder to get perfect grammar and spelling every time. Look to the sides of the path you walk, not only keeping your nose straight as an arrow.
David S (guest)  -  July 10, 2006, 06:01
This guy is a joke. He is worthless and a liar. Did I mention that he cheated his way into office?
sdrawkcab (guest)  -  July 11, 2006, 05:10
This is hilarious!! Try searching for the "Presidential Speechalist" by Andy Dick, it's the same thing but funnier ;D
nick (guest)  -  July 13, 2006, 17:11
i actually quite like him... i know everyone thinks he's a c.u.n.t. but, he does those gaffes that everyone does once in a while, its just that we've come not to expect them from people in the public eye.
Kaitlin (guest)  -  July 14, 2006, 15:22
I don't like him, but I have to feel bad for the poor guy.
Arngrim (guest)  -  July 14, 2006, 21:01
Only in USA can a guy like this be elected...twice! ( or once, but still elected after his first term)
Александр (guest)  -  July 18, 2006, 16:31
...других слов нет ....ПРИДУРОК и Дебил к в политике...так и по жизни(Настоящий ковбой!!!Как в фильме"Горбатая гора":))
weird (guest)  -  July 30, 2006, 21:58
Точно!
weird (guest)  -  July 30, 2006, 21:58
Точно!
guest (guest)  -  August 4, 2006, 00:27
to the fish one: I think Cheney let him write his own speech for once
KingOfCatan (guest)  -  August 9, 2006, 13:00
I love a good spoof and blooper video as much as the next person. But it's obvious from all-to-many of the posts above that a lot of the posters are responding more from their personal feelings about the president (yes, he IS the legally elected president, so quit whining about it) than about his performance as a speech giver. You try giving a hundred-plus speeches a year and see how many bloopers you make. Based on the grammar, spelling, and general content of most of these hate-posts, you would get booed off stage before you got 30 seconds into your speeches. Lose the holier-than-though attitudes and get on with your lives. Your choice of comments and general attitudes help no one and just make you look like whiney losers with nothing better to do.
hjkl (guest)  -  August 12, 2006, 12:43
he is stupid
brad (guest)  -  August 21, 2006, 20:18
I'm going to miss Gee Dubbya. He's the funniest president we've had.
Draugovininkas  -  August 27, 2006, 15:35
"america needs a milatary where our breast and brightest..." even if he's not the one who makes the decisions he must confirm them. anyway america has done stupid things over the past years...
steh (guest)  -  August 28, 2006, 09:13
only Heineken can do this...
steh (guest)  -  August 28, 2006, 09:21
To KingOfCatan - don't be so ready with your criticism. Many of the people who have posted here are not English-speakers. It is shocking and worrying that no American president has ever been so publicly humiliated and ridiculed as W - not Clinton and his cigar, not Nixon and his lies. These posters with less-than-perfect English are not whiny (spelling) losers, rather the American people and their reputation are the losers for having such a cretin as their representative and doing nothing to get him out of office.
to KingOfCatan (guest)  -  August 30, 2006, 18:48
you're saying that we should try doing speeches, and see whether we muck up, well, we're not the president, so it doesn't matter whether we muck up speeches, besides, one of the whole points of being a politician is being GOOD at making speeches. Most politicians can do good speeches, so why is George Bush there, and as to your "legally" won, do you mean by legally got his brother to make sure Al Gore didn't win?
WOLK (guest)  -  September 1, 2006, 22:53
FUCKING BUSH ::: FUCKING AMERICA ::: FUCKING AMERICAN PEOPLE :::
Saragam  -  September 10, 2006, 08:40
Respond to KingofCatan; Bush is the president because Al Gore stept down because everybody maked such a fuss about everything. Al Gore won! But someone said that bush had won and so on.. Bush didn't win legally. He became president because Al Gore stept down...
 Deleted0001  -  September 16, 2006, 18:43
Damn Bush!
guest (guest)  -  October 12, 2006, 12:36
Can't wait till he comes out with his book: The New World Order for dummies lol. Simplified edition lol. In LARGE PRINT
mandy (guest)  -  October 17, 2006, 22:09
busch are insane!
keep it real (guest)  -  October 18, 2006, 01:32
you Bush haters are nothing but a bunch of sore losers.
Linn (guest)  -  October 20, 2006, 13:11
That retard... That's why Canada is so much better
Jaxon (guest)  -  October 27, 2006, 22:47
Yeah yeah...all of you which hate the people of the USA wish you were fat, lazy, rich, ignorant whores too. Admit it, you're jealous.
ZAPPA (guest)  -  October 30, 2006, 12:00
DAMN why did you stupid americans re-elect BUSH.... time to open up your minds maybe
Niedec (guest)  -  November 3, 2006, 03:22
He's STILL better than Kerry, regardless of his stupid remarks. At least they're remarks at all. It's these angry fourteen-year old "protests" that make America nigh intolerable. Just accept that others disagree, Bush is NOT being impeached anytime soon (no president has been), and in another two years, you'll have your shot again (assuming you're even old enough to vote).Oh, and rock on, Jaxon. That comment was awesome.
Niedec (guest)  -  November 3, 2006, 03:23
He's STILL better than Kerry, regardless of his stupid remarks. At least they're remarks at all. It's these angry fourteen-year old "protests" that make America nigh intolerable. Just accept that others disagree, Bush is NOT being impeached anytime soon (no president has been), and in another two years, you'll have your shot again (assuming you're even old enough to vote).Oh, and rock on, Jaxon. That comment was awesome.
 Islamicblood  -  November 23, 2006, 21:07
bush is a friggin retard but the backround laughter is sh*t
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kool daddy (guest)  -  December 20, 2006, 02:10
who would be better? islamicblood , zappa, kerry, me. we are right where we are suppose to be.have some fun before it's over....
Guest (guest)  -  December 20, 2006, 11:11
Why put the Blame on Bush? Blame it on Clinton, he's the real garbage of all Presidents, all tax dollars are being spent and he's sitting in the whitehouse enjoying a BJ from Monica L. Bush just tried to clean up the mess that Clinton did. The real A**hole is Clinton. Because of him, America is in shambles. And Bush gets all the crap, for trying to clean up the mess Clinton did.
C (guest)  -  January 7, 2007, 23:35
bush tried to clean WHAT mess up? he only created one himself. Get your facts straight before you go and blab about something you don't know.
d (guest)  -  January 11, 2007, 08:21
thats hilarious!!!!!
Scorpio  -  February 10, 2007, 21:56
You have to realize that Bush is not actually as stupid as it might seem. At first I thought that it was some kind of game and they wanted us to think he was stupid.... but i came across a video on the net that compared him giving a speech as the governor of texas (or something similar) 10 years ago vs recent speeches. I should have tracked it down and linked it, you guys would all be like OMGWTF?!?!? 10 years ago this guy was an amazing speaker. There was a doctor who watched the comparison and suggested that he was showing signs of dimensia, lol... im starting to lead toward this theory.. the guy is getting OLD!
Wannabe president (guest)  -  March 2, 2007, 10:51
That's the real American dream..even a retard can become a president as long as they try hard enough (or happen to born in a good family)
JTD1989 (guest)  -  March 6, 2007, 00:23
LMAO At the end he didnt want to say fool me twice shame on me because he knows that hes messed up more than one time. Thats hilarious!
Seldon (guest)  -  March 15, 2007, 00:13
This guy just speeds the fall of USA up. Bush is a shame and act as an imbecill retard. 8 more years, Clinton! The rest of the world has a a hard time respecting this complete idiot - and US.
Tina (guest)  -  January 18, 2008, 15:02
Its sad, how americans can vote for bush and a second time beats me, he must be worst president ever. can anyone help me I want to download it to my iphone how do I do it?
yellow bird (guest)  -  May 20, 2008, 13:58
how depressing.
ananthb (guest)  -  August 19, 2008, 13:27
ananthb........so good yaar...
reubens (guest)  -  February 25, 2010, 11:36
funny man.
Harry (guest)  -  May 22, 2012, 08:45
that when ever all other possibilities have been eleminatid that what ever remains no matter how unlikely it is must be true. There seem to be three possibilities here. Bush is either secretly a Democrat and, as such, seeks to undermine all things Republican, he really is not the brightest light in the harbor, or he knows that supposedly private conversations can and will be leaked to the media but he has these conversations any way because he wants to do his best to help the incoming Administration succeed. If the Obama administation fails, America fails. Its that simple. I think the thinking of the Bush Administration comes down to wanting the incoming Administration to succeed. I think as flawed as Bush's character is and it is VERY flawed he deeply cares about the country. As such, he has two options here. He can seek to withhold vital information from the incoming President and his staff or he can hold frank discussions with them about the issues even though it will be leaked to the press. By having candid discussions with the incoming President and his staff he gives them a greater chance of succeeding. What the President might try to do is to explain to the American people why a free trade agreement with Columbia is important. In other words, take on the news media head on. As it is right now, the media has defined the story as though Obama and his staff are heroic and Bush is being petty by wanting a free trade agreement with Columbia. As it is right now, Columbia is a beleagured ally that is surrounded by hostile powers. If we don't try to help them, they will be forced into the embrace of the new up coming power of Venezuela. Is this how to treat an ally or someone who is thinking about being an ally? Their reward for being friendly with the United States is for the Democrats to use them as a political football in their war on the Bush Administration and Republicans. Truly disgraceful. Bush and his team should at least make an effort to point this out to the American public.
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Michael (guest)  -  November 12, 2015, 10:57
Beth - Not that I'm advocating an iioasnvn or even the use of military force in Iran, but you asked a hypothetical that I think deserves an answer:What good could an exercise of American military force do the Iranian protesters?As we demonstrated on the first night of the iioasnvn of Iraq, the combined logistical command of the US military is extraordinarily efficient at knocking out the command and control centers of an opposing country.Right now, the balance of power favors the mullahs because they have the ability to move forces at will and can coordinate strategic attacks on the protesters. They have superior armaments, and the advantage of their military training.Again assuming the hypothetical, in even a single evening the US is fully capable of wiping out the vast majority of the mullah's power base through the use of stealth aircraft, Predators and Tomahawk missiles. No iioasnvn. Just some surgical bombing at known military or government sites. Not only would it destroy a good deal of the mullah's ability to attack protesters, it would also create utter chaos in the command structure of the mullah's in power.An iioasnvn is a "last resort" of military options. There are a whole lot of other options available which could be precisely targeted and have far greater strategic value than an overland iioasnvn would risk.Just something to think about.As far as other options that don't include the military that are within the grasp of the US:1) Encourage countries with embassies in Iran to take in the wounded protesters so they don't wind up getting arrested when they're taken to the hospital.2) Publicly announce that the US will not negotiate with the current government of Iran even if it succeeds in putting down the protesters. There is widespread agreement that, given what has transpired in Iran - even if you completely put aside their past history of abrogating treaties and terror-sponsorship - no negotiations are possible with this regime that could produce any results that they could be trusted to live up to anyway. Engaging in sham negotiations for the sake of being able to say that you're negotiating are worse than not talking at all. So it would cost us nothing to say so upfront while sending a strong signal to protestors.3) Requesting that a meeting of the UN Security Council be held to discuss real sanctions against the current regime if they don't immediately cease hostilities against their own people. This includes blocking gasoline shipments: Iran has plenty of oil, but no capacity to refine it into gasoline. The protesters are effectively pinned down without the ability to travel by the government anyway. The ones who would be most hurt by this would be the mullahs who would no longer be able to transport Hezbollah and Hamas thugs from place to place.All 3 of these items could be initiated tomorrow if Obama were serious about supporting the protestors. It would cost this country nothing, and yet say everything to the protestors (and the regime).I came up with these 3 off the top of my head as I was composing this post. Surely all the foreign policy "experts" that Obama has at his disposal could come up with similar ideas and a much longer list over the week that this has been going on. Don't you think?
Owiredu (guest)  -  November 13, 2015, 04:13
Jason,In truth I completely agree w/ you. Thank you for nointcig that I wasn't presenting a scientifically acceptable cause and effect analysis. I'm guessing that you also realize the BHO attackers' (e.g. Mr. Bomb Iran, Pence, et. al.) assertions that BHO can positively effect the situation in Iran by raising the heat of his jabber is also lacking scientific causality. But, it is fun to look at history and see actions that were coincident w/ the Bush administrations actions related to Iran. You probably remember how Bush strongly took the side of the protesters in 2003, this was after plenty of tough axis of evil talk, and the freeing of Iraq which were supposed to weaken the Iranian government. How did that work out for the protesters? Who became president of Iran after Bush's jabber and Iraq attack? What has happened w/ the Iranian enrichment program and support for terrorism in Iraq and Israel since the Iraq attack and tough talk? Has the new Iraqi government shown more respect for Iranian leaders than the Bush administration at the exact time when the Iranians were arming terrorist who were killing Americans in Iraq? Likewise it is interesting to look at the things in Iran that have accompanied BHO's rejection of the bluster of Mr. Bomb Iran, Pence, et. al.. At a minimum things have been less comfortable for the Iranian leadership since BHO took over. It's not possible to calculate a statistical causality. But, there is a clear historical narrative that justifies mocking Lyle et. al. who claim that the eight years of Iranian activity during the Bush years were not creditable to Bush. But, supposedly the current circumstances in Iran are the result of Bush. According to Lyle the axis of evil speech is ripening and really taking full effect now. Heh.

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