Friday, May 11, 2007

I can’t think of a more noble cause

This morning, George Bush gave the commencement address at St. Vincent College.

Here he talking with its chancellor, Archabbot Douglas Nowicki, while Secret Service agents look on.

Isn’t that a great picture?

He talked a lot about volunteering and service and Mother Theresa and dying AIDS victims and blah blah blah. Three hours later he was back in the White House, celebrating Military Spouse Day and saying “I can’t think of a more noble cause than for people to volunteer” for the military. Clearly the hand holding a rifle is performing more noble work than the hand holding the hand of a man dying of AIDS. “I marvel at how fantastic our military is,” he said. Also, he thinks Martha Washington was George Washington’s “husband.”

A bonus picture, which I have entitled, “Don’t look back, it’s gaining on you.”

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