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Will They Honeymoon In Baghdad?

I’m late to the game today, I know. Although the W and Laura are not announcing a wedding date, perhaps Jena would be happy to celebrate the forthcoming nuptials with a spectacular honeymoon in Baghdad.

For Jena to do so would be a nice way to confirm and validate that her father’s freedom and democracy spreading experiment is going splendidly. No?

President and Mrs. George W. Bush are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jenna Bush, to Mr. Henry Hager, son of the Honorable and Mrs. John H. Hager of Richmond, Virginia. Miss Bush and Mr. Hager became engaged Wednesday, August 15, 2007.

No wedding date has been set.



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14 Responses to “Will They Honeymoon In Baghdad?”

  1. And you would love to see a picture of her dead mangled body, wouldn’t you?

  2. Steve,

    That’s a rather sick and twisted thought you had there, Steve. Why would you think that would happen to her? You don’t have the fullest of confidence that Bush’s remedy for Iraq will ensure that it will be a safe place for such ventures?

  3. You do realize you have just limited who you can vote for President between Duncan Hunter, the best guy running (his son, a Marine, did two tours in Iraq, and is now in Afghanistan)  , and Joe Biden, the plagiarist (Biden’s son, a Delaware politician, is in the Delaware National Guard, and his unit was just activated and he is scheduled to ship out to Iraq). The child of the Hillary-beas t has never signed up for military service (as is the case with Bush’s kids, and her daddy was already President), nor have the kids of any other candidates (although I believe McCain’s eldest is in the Naval Academy).

  4. Fred Thompson for President!!

  5. Why would you think that would happen to her? You don’t have the fullest of confidence that Bush’s remedy for Iraq will ensure that it will be a safe place for such ventures?

    Nah. I was just asking if you’d love to see her dead mangled body.

  6. Steve? Huh? How did I limit my choice for president? I’m just asking a fair question.

    You know, it’s challenging blogging with you because you seem to have full drawn out debates with yourself that we are not privy to and thus have no clue as to what you are thinking as your statements don’t reveal any shred of logic.

  7. P.S. St eve are you saying

    Nah

    because you don’t believe the President is doing a good job in Iraq? Sounds like it.

  8. Alright… I’ll jump in here. Windspike… It’s a ludicrous argument.

    Why would you want Jenna to spend her honeymoon in Iraq?

    Clearly we all want to see her frolicking the beaches of Tahiti in a bikini with Barbara and her secret service detail in tow, while her husband is passed out in a plate of cocaine.

  9. How did I limit my choice for president? I’m just asking a fair question.

    Hey, I’m just basing this on what you say or have said. How did you limit your choices for President? You make it a major point that the children of a President should serve in the military in Iraq. Since Hunter’s and Biden’s sons are the only Presidential candidates with children who have or who will serve in Iraq, then these are the only two candidates you can possibly choose. That definitely leaves the Hillary-beas t out since her child wouldn’t have served in the military under both Presidential parents (if the Hillary-beas t gets elected, that is). Like I said, I’m basing this on what you said. Now, if you meant, and I’m speculating here, that you would never vote for a candidate who voted for the war and didn’t have a child serve in Iraq, then the field is open. That would exclude Clinton, Brownback, Dodd, Edwards, Fred Thompson, and Tancredo (I didn’t include McCain in this list because he has a son is in the Naval Academy and may yet get sent to Iraq). Therefore, the remaining candidates you could vote for are the ones who did vote for the Iraq war and have children who have or will serve in Iraq, and the ones who voted against it (Kucinich, Paul) or didn’t vote on it at all (Gravel, Obama, Richardson, Giuliani, Huckabee, Romney). Again, I’m just speculating here on this last part only because you seem to have “felt” going after Saddam was wrong and that you seem to have “felt” safe while he was in power. Again, that would now limit your choices to Kucinich or Paul, since the remaining candidates all voted for the war or didn’t vote on it at all (not being in Congress at the time). Therefore, if you believe a President who voted for the Iraq war has to have had a child serve there, and I base this on what you’ve said, then your only choices for President are one great candidate (Hunter), one candidate who acts like a backroom-dea ling Senator (McCain), and a plagiarist (Biden).   If, and this is speculation, you believe that the next President shouldn’t have voted for the war, because you “felt” safe while Saddam ruled Iraq, then you have the two losers (Kucinich and Paul) for choices. I’d go with Hunter, myself, over any of these.

    P.S. St eve are you saying

    Nah

    because you don’t believe the President is doing a good job in Iraq? Sounds like it.

    When I originally asked “And you would love to see a picture of her dead mangled body, wouldn’t you?”, I actually meant “And you would love to see a picture of her dead mangled body, wouldn’t you?” Your reading anything else from it is your doing.

  10. Well, Steve, with the amount of expository speculation resident in your last comment, I don’t see how you could claim that I was reading deep into a comment you made.

    I suggested:

    Wh y would you think that would happen to her? You don’t have the fullest of confidence that Bush’s remedy for Iraq will ensure that it will be a safe place for such ventures?

    And your first word was

    Nah

    If I apply with no interpretati on the meaning of that word to the immediate past sentence, my question to you is legitimate.

    You sir, are the one going off the deep end of assumptions, and you know what that means.

  11. Why would she go to Iraq anyway just because her father is president? Gulliani’s daughter doesn’t support him right?

  12. Tos, you don’t think it will be honeymoon ready by the time they actually tie the knot?

  13. It depends on how much adventure I guess they are looking for.

  14. Jesus Windspike, Have you seen the pictures of Iraq? If there were not now a war nor were there ever a war and Iraq was the friendliest place on earth I would not want to go on honeymoon there. Would you? An educational vacation maybe, but a honeymoon. No way. Give me the beaches of Hawaii or the Caribbean. You can have the desert wastelands of the middle east. Hell, you can’t even get a drink there. A honeymoon without booze? No way.

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