Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Mood - Indifferent

So I was talking to the Italian Prime Minister today, and Silvio told me that the word "Republican" comes from the Latin word "Republici" which means easily fooled, or gullible (or gullable - it's spelled two different ways in the dictionary). Won't his face be red when I inform him that after looking through two dictionaries, two encyclopedias and all over the internet I found no proof that "Republican" means either "Gullible" or "easily fooled." Ha! Easily fooled... does he have any idea how much money it took to convince them to go to Iraq and re-elect me? Republicans aren't easily fooled, that kinda thing takes cash.

Silvio you old dog... fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me, fool me three times - you get added to the axis of evil my friend.

3 comments:

midak said...

ROFLMAO
ROFLMAO
ROFLMAO
that is without a doubt going to go down as one of the best statements on this website!!

"Silvio you old dog... fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me, fool me three times - you get added to the axis of evil my friend."
ROFLMAO
god i love this blog

factious said...

Glad to see the President finally got that saying down.

"Ya fool me, ya can't fool me again!"

Anonymous said...

Undeoubtedly your best entry yet, Georgie. You sure are a bright one. I'm so proud of you!