Friday, November 12, 2010

Bush the Plagiarist: Oh, Hell, Who Cares?

George Bush's new book puffs him up (but deflation is pending).^

George Bush has made a long and undistinguished career out of living up to very low expectations and now he's even having apparent plagiarism blown off by the Huffington Post, which accuses him of "lifting passages" from advisors's published works for his new book.

In a piece about the thefts, the whole thing is boiled down to this: "The clip jobs illuminate something shallower and less surprising about Bush's character: He's too lazy to write his own memoir."


  1. Everybody knows what a mental midget he is. I never thought he wrote his book anyway. He'd have to know how to write a complete sentence first. I never heard him actually utter a complete sentence the whole time he was President.

  2. I always get a kick when, after reading a review of a book, a person believes he has read the book.

  3. "I'm the decider" is admittedly simple, but it is a complete sentence. And it makes for a funny lyric when sung to the tune of "I Am the Walrus":