January 19, 2009

Planet pillories Preznit Poopbomb as arrogant and incompetent

Editorials from around the world blast Il DuceBag --

"A weak leader, Bush was just overwhelmed in the job," said Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung under a headline The Failure. "He was also a douchebag."

Canada's Toronto Globe was categorical in its condemnation: "Goodbye to the worst president ever," it declared. "Bush was an unmitigated disaster."

"I say, that bloody wanker leaves a country and an economy in tatters, eh wot?" wrote the Sunday Times in London, wringing its tea bag in rage.

The Scottish Daily Record observed: "America is now hated in many parts of the world. Bush leaves a legacy of wars and the world economy in meltdown. He is a buffoon and a war-monger, a man who made the world a more dangerous place while sending it to the brink of economic collapse."

The Sydney Morning Herald: "Farewell to a flawed and unpopular commander-in-chief."

Le Monde: "Le pew! It's hard to find a historian who won't say that Bush was the most catastrophic leader the U.S. has ever known."

Stern magazine: "Bush led the world's most powerful nation to ruin. He lied to the world, tortured in the name of freedom and caused lasting damage to America's standing."

The Warsaw daily Dziennik just thanked God that Bush wasn't born with a Polish surname: "We're the butt of enough jokes as it is, thank you very much."