Bush is gay, or Bush is sleeping with Condi, which is it?
Ok lefties, you can't have it both ways, so which is it? Is George W. Bush
gay or is he having an affair with Condi Rice? Come on, make up your minds.
Has Laura Bush moved out of the White House and taken up residence at the
Mayflower Hotel in Washington? If so, why did she move out? Is it over an
extramarital relationship involving her husband and Condi Rice?
Mr. Bush’s tryst is said to involve Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. It
is not known how long Mrs. Bush plans to remain at the Mayflower, however,
her security detail has been present at the hotel during hours when the
First Lady would normally be residing in the White House.
While she was National Security Adviser, Rice, who has never been married,
referred to George W. Bush as “my husband” before she corrected herself and
said, “President. Bush” Rice was speaking at a dinner hosted by New York
Times bureau chief Philip Taubman when she made her “husband” remarks. here
via here via Wonkette, with connections to Something Awful and of course
Other reports say the tiff between Laura and George "stems from the fact
that her poll numbers are twice as favorable as her husband’s", but that
sounds so petty. Another suggestion is that Laura found out about a 1984
homosexual encounter G.W. supposedly had.
And now the rumors get really weird, Leola McConnell, a former professional
dominatrix now running for governor in Nevada — a race that has also
attracted an ex-porn star — alleges as follows:
... in 1984, I watched him perform (with the enthusiasm of homosexual male
who had done this many times before) a homosexual act on another man, namely
Victor Ashe. Victor Ashe is the current Ambassador to the nation of Poland
who should also come out like former Governor McGreevey of New Jersey and
admit to being a gay American. Other homo-erotic acts were also performed by
then private citizen George Bush because I performed one of them on him
I am the woman this website (bushssecretlifein84.tripod.com) speaks of that
has been posted on the net nearly two years now. None of this would be the
business of anyone but President Bush’s little ruse to save his failed
presidency by using DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] to divide Americans one
from the other has to be exposed as the act of a desperate closeted
homosexual man. The only crime in being GLBT is in the hiding. The President
needs to come clean with the American people about his own past sexual
behavior before he tries to besmirch the humanity of people in search of
sincerely committing to the same bonds of matrimony he’s afforded. He
violated his own vows of monogamy having a homosexual affair with a long
time family friend of whom his wife had no knowledge. His hypocrisy seems to
know no bounds.
This is funny on many levels.
Bush 'ready to blow' over Colbert
George W. Bush is furious over comic Stephen Colbert's brutal performance at
the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday.
Top aides to the president told U.S. News & World Report that Bush was so
mad he was "ready to blow."
Performing the same flag-waving loudmouth idiot routine he does on the
cable-news satire "The Colbert Report," the comedian savaged Bush and the
White House. The dazed president looked like a retarded kid being stomped by
"Colbert crossed the line," a top Bush aide told the magazine after fleeing
the dinner and Bush's wrath.
A "former top aide" told U.S. News that Bush's anger was clearly visible,
and that administration officials have learned to fear that look as a
warning of another insane tantrum.
"He's got that look that he's ready to blow," the insider said after the
But the real target of Colbert's attack was the Washington press, those
grossly overpaid typists who blindly "reported" whatever the administration
told them to report for five devastating years -- an era that many
historians are already calling the last days of the United States.
"Over the last five years you people were so good -- over tax cuts, WMD
intelligence, the effect of global warming," Colbert told the grim-faced
media drunks. "We Americans didn't want to know, and you had the courtesy
not to try to find out. Those were good times, as far as we knew."
"But, listen, let's review the rules. Here's how it works: the president
makes decisions. He's the decider. The press secretary announces those
decisions, and you people of the press type those decisions down. Make,
announce, type. Just put 'em through a spell check and go home. Get to know
your family again. Make love to your wife. Write that novel you got kicking
around in your head. You know, the one about the intrepid Washington
reporter with the courage to stand up to the administration. You know --
The D.C. media gathered at the formal dinner were delighted with every bit
of moronic vaudeville that passes for entertainment at these White House
Correspondents' dinners -- after all, these are the same people who become
absolutely giddy when some washed-up television actor shows up to these
tributes to propaganda and mediocrity.
But their reaction to Colbert was mute horror. A few nervous gigglers caught
on camera actually pulled the old fake coughing routine with the hand over
The video -- broadcast on CSPAN and now available all over the Internet --
makes perfectly clear that Washington media people live in utter fear of
angering Bush and his thugs. At times, Bush is even seen looking around the
room, mentally noting who laughed at the cruelly accurate "comedy routine."
The media's painfully uncomfortable silence continued through the weekend
and to Monday, when the usual self-congratulatory reports of the dinner
appeared on television and in newspapers -- but with hardly a mention of
Colbert's indictment of the president and the press.
The New York Times -- a "liberal" newspaper that was successfully used as
the White House mouthpiece on disasters such as the invasion of Iraq --
acted like the painful monologue never happened.
(Four days later, the Times posted a story about the lack of a story.)
Network and cable news focused on a joyless bit of slapstick involving the
actual Bush and an actor who does a toothless Bush impersonation for the Jay
Some self-proclaimed "liberal media" people who attended the dinner made
excuses for ignoring the Colbert outrage.
A "liberal" reporter named Noam Scheiber in Washington wrote on some
political website, "I laughed out loud maybe twice during Colbert's entire
20-odd minute routine. Colbert's problem, blogosphere conspiracy theories
notwithstanding, is that he just wasn't very entertaining."
What Scheiber and his dim-witted colleagues fail to understand is that it
wasn't supposed to be entertaining to the tuxedo-clad propagandists gathered
at the dinner. They were, in fact, the target.