July 08, 2008

Russian leader is "smart" says leading American retard

You just know the reporter was drunk as a motherfucker when he wrote this.

President George W. Bush looked into the eyes of Russia’s new president, Dmitri A. Medvedev, on Monday and saw, he said, “a smart guy.”

The two presidents spent more than an hour together here in their first face-to-face meeting since Mr. Medvedev succeeded Vladimir V. Putin. Afterward, they said they had agreed on the need for Iran and North Korea to abandon their nuclear ambitions, but did not bridge their differences on Mr. Bush’s proposal to build a missile defense system in Eastern Europe.

“I found him to be a smart guy who understood the issues very well,” Mr. Bush said.

"And in those deep, iridescent pools of blue, I saw my future and the strength that would also stand beside me. In that moment of crystal clarity, when time seemed to freeze like a Thanksgiving turkey bought in August, I knew this was the only man who I could truly call an equal. The one who would make me complete."

Seriously, was I the only one thinking this read like a bad romance novel? Oh, but wait! There's more...

The two had met before, when Mr. Medvedev was a top adviser to Mr. Putin. On Monday, they seemed somewhat familiar; Mr. Medvedev repeatedly referred to Mr. Bush, who celebrated his 62nd birthday here on Sunday, as George, as in: “I congratulated George on his birthday, which is also a very important thing, irrespective of summits out there — irrespective of our will, these dates occur in our life.”

To which Mr. Bush succinctly replied: “Everybody has a birthday.”

Guess which one doesn't speak English as his first language.

Posted by mcblogger at July 8, 2008 11:55 AM

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