Another Example of Great Leadership

Where is President Bush? The financial sky is falling and President Bush seems no where to be seen. But have no fear. It has been discovered that he is leading in his own unique, bureaucratic way. Say what you will, it’s comforting to know that, despite the worldwide turmoil that is crushing global markets, we here in the good old U.S of A have a leader who is on top of the carnage … literally. 

What? You don’t believe me? Well, look again. Just as he did during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, George The Leader is taking the higher view. Here is President Bush aboard Air Force One circling over Manhattan today to get a birds-eye view of the financial meltdown that’s savaging Wall Street.

It’s a great example of the kind of leadership we receive from most out of touch bureqaucrats. As we Americans lose trillions of dollars in the ongoing market meltdown and real estate crisis, President Bush keeps a firm grip on the situation by eye-balling the scene from 30,000-feet.

Asked by a reporter what he learned on his aerial tour over Manhattan, Bush confidently confided, “Well, I noticed that the leaves in Central Park are already starting to turn.”

Sound like any leader you know?


2 responses to “Another Example of Great Leadership

  1. Would you prefer Bush being heavily involved in deciding our economic solutions? I think circling at 30,000 feet is the best place for him to stay for the next few months, for all of us. Besides, now that Sarah has been delivered unto us and with the End Times being right around the corner, we really don’t have anything to worry about. Unless you’re a godless liberal, in which case you’re screwed.

  2. Maybe Bush should be more like you in a financial time of crisis. That is think of product to screw the most vunerable Americans – like equity index annuities. Maybe he should pass a law to put all of AIG’s assets into EIA’s and he can give the profits to you. Since you were the original creator….. Don’t you have rights to it?

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