February 29, 2008

It's your fault you're poor and homeless, not mine

"I think this economy is down because we built too many houses." -- the Clueless Commandermonkey in an interview this week.

Preznit Dimbulb McDumbass spoke with NBC's Ann Curry during a trip from planet Stupid to planet Fail:

Bush: "And as people are now beginning to see, Iraq is changing, democracy is beginning to take hold. And I'm convinced 50 years from now people look back [sic] and say thank God there was those [sic] who were willing to sacrifice."

Curry: "But you're saying you're going to have to carry that burden … Some Americans believe that they feel they're carrying the burden because of this economy."

Bush: "Yeah, well --"

Curry: "They say -- they say they're suffering because of this."

Bush: "I don't agree with that."

Curry: "You don't agree with that? Has nothing do with the economy, the war? The spending on the war?"

Bush: "I don't think so. I think actually, the spending on the war might help with jobs."

Curry: "Oh, yeah?"

Bush: "Yeah, because we're buying equipment, and people are working. I think this economy is down because we built too many houses."
OMFG. The stupid meter just went off the charts…