Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Another Fresh Batch

(My niece Jennifer and I printing up a fresh batch)

Can you smell them? Mmmm, just like Dad used to make.

The best part about being President is this is totally legal! If I pulled this kind of stunt back when I owned the Texas Rangers there would be major legal ramifications... like fines, citations, public apologies and what not. When you live next door to the Treasury building and are responsible for starting and/or winning wars, no one thinks twice about printing up a batch.

It's like when I'm the banker whenever we play Monopoly; I have an endless supply of money at my disposal. Now don't get me wrong, I care about the national debt. It's absolutely atrocious... what's it at now? 3? 4 billion? Who knows! The important thing to remember is that we don't have to worry about it... Jennifer's generation has to worry about it. I plan on being knee deep in the grave at that point, and if you know what's good for you, you should too.

If you're in the area, stop by tomorrow. I plan on making some oatmeal-raisin fifties.


Brandon said...

Good to see you are back to posting Mr. President. Its the best way for us to get to know the real George.

Anonymous said...

You ever make them with macadamia or pralines?

Writer Mom said...

Awesome. You know, all my Indiana neighbors keep telling me you're a real down to Earth kinda guy. That's sure how my kids will remember you, certainly.

Anonymous said...

please do something quickly about the genocide in Sudan,please sir.

Anonymous said...

My father was a WWII veteran and career intelligence officer in Vietnam. His advice was to not send troops because it was a civil war. My husband is a Vietnam veteran who said you could often not distinguish the enemy who worked in the camps during the day and shelled them in the night. War changes people and not for the best. My husband and father both had PTSD. They were not the same after their war experience. Please bring troops home. They should not be there any longer.