In the White House’s Roosevelt Room earlier this morning, President Bush announced Jim Nicholson, current U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, as his nominee for Secretary of Veterans Affairs. This is the ninth cabinet replacement since Bush’s re-election, and as each new cabinet member has been introduced to the media, the announcement game plan’s been identical in each instance, as the President peers studiously at his newly-nominated staff members (examined earlier in “Didn’t America Vote Against the Gaze?”).
Of course, it turns out this “game plan” has been part of a larger “master plan” carefully choreographed by Dan Bartlett and his staff…Here’s an exclusive “floor plan” slipped to low culture by a White House operative.
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I think W is staring at that bad toupee. Or hell, he’s probably just stoned again.
Looks like he’s held that bong hit in just long enough. Now exhale.
i think bushy is comparing his turkey neck to Nicholson’s and wondering whose is bigger.
Check that link out. Another appointee, the same damn picture.
Met Broadcast: I Vespri Siciliani 12.11.04
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