Yesha Callahan

The End Of An Error


So long, farewell, if we’re lucky, we’ll never meet another Bush again (although Bush the First, tends to think Jeb’s future is in the White House as well). As millions of people gather in Washington, DC over the next few days, Bush has packed his backs and seemingly is leaving office with his  middle finger waving a big F.U. to the United States.

After two terms, the country is basically in dire straits. Over the past year, we’ve seen the financial markets plummet, gas prices rise, fall and now rising again and millions of people losing their jobs.  It’s pretty simple to say that, just because Bush is finally out of the office, Obama will not be a quick fix for the country.

Weapons of Mass Destruction.


Mortgage Crisis.


Plummeting Stock Market.

Oil Crisis.

Rise in Unemployment.

Osama sitting in a cave with internet access.

Thousands of soldiers killed.

The list can go on forever.

Thank-you, George W. Bush for all that you’ve done for the country.

Most Americans won’t have the luxury of  a multi-million dollar home in Texas after they leave a ‘job’, like George Bush will. He’ll still make millions off of speaking engagements & his ‘pension’, while millions of American’s are pinching pennies and collecting unemployment checks. While big banks are spending their financial bailout money, there are families who are stuck in mortgages that they can’t pay and just living life on a prayer and a dollar.

What took Bush two terms to break, will take more than one term for ANY president to fix. Obama is not a band-aid with some neosporin on it and hopefully people will realize that. The weight of the world is now on his shoulders. This next Presidential term, which is already historic beyond proportions, hopefully will get this country back on the right track.

  1. January 15, 2009 - Reply

    Goodbye and good riddance.

    • January 16, 2009 - Reply


      I second that!

  2. January 16, 2009 - Reply

    Oh don’t forget that Osama also has a dialysis machine in the cave as well.
    [insert blank stare]
    Oh, and did you notice how this fuck flashed a few Black faces towards the end of his speech to show just how much he loves Black people. Yeah, all of this after he already said earlier in the week that the federal response to Katrina wasn’t slow?

    • January 16, 2009 - Reply


      Yeah his dialysis machine that many American’s don’t have access to b/c they have no health insurance.

  3. January 16, 2009 - Reply

    I am glad to see the man go. He ruined everything he touched. I certainly hope Obama gets a REAL CHANCE to bring about a change without Congress breathing down his neck, grandstanding and trying to obstruct his agenda. I know things in this country are getting better, I mean, a black man was elected but I can’t help it, I’m a conspiracy theorist. I honestly believe that all those Dems and pundits and commentators behind Obama now secretly can’t believe a black man is going to be president and it rubs them raw. Watch out Obama, watch out!

    • January 16, 2009 - Reply


      you know, i definitely understand u on the whole conspiracy theory aspect…i’ve read a couple of articles and nowadays, you never know what’ll happen!

  4. January 16, 2009 - Reply

    Good riddins!!!

    • January 16, 2009 - Reply


      ironically that’s the same thing I say to you everyday..lmao!

  5. January 16, 2009 - Reply

    The years Bush was in office will be known as the GREATER depression. He’s been named the Worst president since NIXON. He must feel so honored.
    The Inauguration of Obama can’t come FAST enough.

    • January 16, 2009 - Reply

      @Wizzy Jr.

      Yes, the inauguration but not the freaknik that it’s turning out to be!

  6. January 26, 2009 - Reply

    When I saw the Bushes take off in their helicopter on Jan. 20th, all I could think of was “where is my shoe” cause I think I woulda threw it at him if I could. LOL!

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