At the U.N. World Summit security council meeting today, George Bush wrote a note to Condoleezzzza Rice (the extra two z’s are for the nap she was taking) asking if it was possible to go to the bathroom. The photo of the note has the following caption:


U.S. President George W. Bush writes a note to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a Security Council meeting at the 2005 World Summit and 60th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York September 14, 2005. World leaders are exploring ways to revitalize the United Nations at a summit on Wednesday but their blueprint falls short of Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s vision of freedom from want, persecution and war.

Seems official enough, right? However, upon closer inspection of the note it reads, “I think I may need a bathroom break? Is it possible?” The President also appeared to be writing another sentence, but it was unclear what that may be. Okay, as the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth shouldn’t you plan ahead so you don’t have to go to the crapper in the middle of the most important meeting in the U.N. World Summit? He’s not even paying attention at this point!

Also, let’s say that Rice says it is not possible, does he just pee or crap his pants right there, where he sits. It’s unfortunate that he had to go, but to literally ask someone else is asinine. Bottom line, do you want the leader of the free world to ask someone else for permission to use the bathroom? He should have just stood up and gone, but then again it isn’t the first time that he should have just stood and gone. Remember the long arduous minutes after the 9/11 attacks? Loser.

1 Comment »

  1. Uhm…apparently you don’t seem to know what the job of Chief of Staff is. Bush’s CoS, Mr. Andrew Card, pretty much schedules Bush when he can take a crap or not.

    If the CoS isn’t there, then the person who he is with (in this case, Condi Rice) takes care of scheduling or whatnot.

    Next time, go do some homework before criticising.

    #1 by Sailor Republica — November 21, 2005 @ 1:56 pm

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