Expenses

Posted by Tim Ireland at July 8, 2008

Category: George W. Bush

This entry was posted on
Tuesday, July 8th, 2008
at
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under George W. Bush.

Mail on Sunday – All The President’s Men: The unimaginable lengths needed to keep George Bush alive: For his recent trip to London, the work called on the expertise of 904 civilian staff from the Department of Defense, 600 from the Armed Services, 250 Secret Service officers, 205 White House staff, 103 US Information Agency staff, 44 Department of State staff, 30 more from the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Labour, Transportation and Treasury, 18 Senior Advance Office staff, 16 members of Congress (to tick legal boxes) and 12 sniffer dogs… The London leg of Bush’s visit was the weak spot, as far as the Secret Service was concerned. (via)

1. What, no mention of the fine work of our local boys? Tch. They’re not all undercover thugs, you know. Some of them would like a pat on the back for kicking a few heads in.

2. Now let’s all pretend that the dinner at Downing St was necessary, and that all of this time and effort was spent keeping Bush alive, and not making him look good as he limps to the end of the presidency he didn’t earn.








2 Comments

  1. Letters From A Tory says

    I'm sure Bush is happy to blow the federal budget and sign up to whatever emissions reduction targets he feels like, knowing that he ain't gonna be around much longer.

  2. Manic says

    I bet he wastes his leftovers, too.

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