One of the most important things that rational, and sometimes liberal, but mainly rational people need to do is get into positions of power in the media and fire people that write schit like this. OMG I almost threw up in my mouth reading this. In fact, I couldn't even finish the article it was such a truckload of shit for brains.
So what made you most want to throw up?
For me it was the "...taking breakneck bike rides through the woods." Oh spare me. I used to be a professional cyclist. Just because the Shrub palled around with Lance Armstrong (a dick) does not mean he rode around at "breakneck" speeds. I remember reading something like that back when he first started tootling around with Armstrong. There was video of it at the time and I know fast when I see it, and that wasn't fast. He rode 17 miles for "about two hours." That is REALLY SLOW!
There's more easy debunking but don't take my word for it.
It is not as saccharine as the first one. So An easy training ride out in California, where I used to train a lot, or even here in NY and NJ averages between 16-18mph over rolling terrain. Texas is pretty damn flat and the Shrub obviously did not have to worry about traffic. The Shrub averaged less than half that...8.5 mph. Even if you give him the benefit of the doubt and say he only rode for an hour and three quarters, that is still only 10 mph. Even off road that is slow. So pardon me while I throw up in my mouth. Stop fucking lying, and about trivial and easily verifiable (or in this case disprovable) nonsense.
Read the article and see what made you the most ill. Ben Feller would be better off interviewing to be the campaign director of Palin's next presidential run. He could take a page from that wanker that tried and failed to get a job with the McCain campaign. Better yet, he could give tours at the new Bush Library, which could be renamed the KBR/AIG Bush Center for Image Rehabilitation.
Here are some more that jump out. He "disdains inefficiency."???! Holy crap! George Bush is the walking epitome of inefficiency, which is why he consciously or subconsciously rewards it in other people.
And this one kills me. "The man from a land of cowboy boots orders proper dress in the White House. No jeans allowed in the West Wing. Coat and tie in the Oval Office."
First, he's not from Texas or any other state in which you could describe as being the "land of cowboy boots." He grew up in Connecticut and vacationed in Maine.
And insisting on coat and tie. That explains the free money for Wall Street. It's all ok so long as you look nice doing it.