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    January 18, 2009
    The Bush Years, Part One: Bush and the Weather

    June, 2004. The OYSH headline that captures the entire Bush Presidency:

    Bush Says Umbrella Working "Just Fine"

    President Bush said that his present umbrella was "working perfectly" and rejected calls for a new one.

    And in August, 2004, during the 2004 election cycle, when Bush beat us like a drum with his "everything I'm doing I'm doing for the sake of national security" lie, telling us Kerry was soft on terrorism, a particularly prescient OYSH story, just one year before Katrina:

    Bush Says Kerry Soft On Weather

    Electing Kerry Is Just What Terrible Weather Wants, Says GOP -- Bush announced plans to invade Cuba and Jamaica in what he called a "preemptive strike" against future Category 4 hurricanes. . . .

    The truth was the terrible weather wanted Bush to be President all along.

    Posted by Tom Burka at 1:31 PM in Fundamental ObservationsYear in Review