Monday, May 15, 2006

Rove Blames Moon for Tides

Karl Rove issued a statement today in which he blamed President Bush's low poll numbers on the Iraq war. Oh, really? His lack of popularity is due to the biggest, most glaring instance of poor leadership of his entire tenure in office? You don't say.

Rove also blamed the sometimes harsh light common between the hours of 6 am and 7 pm on the Earth's sun.

The president's advisor was quick to point out that Bush's "likeability" numbers were consistently higher than his "approval" numbers. Translation: Americans might want to throw back a few shots with the president and haze some underclassmen; they just don't want him anywhere near the reins of power. I'm not quite sure why Rove would want to trumpet that fact.
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