Friday, February 6, 2009

Another George W. Bush Myth Smacked Down - Formal Dress Code In Oval Office Exposed As Another Lie Of His Presidency

As Professor Tracey's mama loves to say, "nothing gets a duck in trouble, but his bill." One of President Bush's former employee's has been running his mouth criticizing President Obama for "relaxing" President Bush's so-called "formal" dress code for the oval office - always wearing a suit jacket and tie at all times.

Well guess what? Some diligent little reporter has dug up a photo of the worst president of all time violating his own policy. Getting a feeling of deja vu? You're not alone. This was a stupid issue to bring up in the first place and now it's another absolute confirmation of how morally corrupt and dishonest man our 43rd President was and continues to be.

The minute this dumb-ass statement was made by his former Chief of Staff, President Bush could have contacted any journalist in the nation and simply stated that even he NEVER wore a suit jacket in the Oval office every day, every single minute. And that quite frankly, as the President, Barack Obama can wear whatever the hell in wants in the Oval office.

And considering that President Bush spent many a day cooking up lies for the American people in the Oval office and President Clinton got freaky with Monica Lewinsky in the Oval office, if the worst thing President Obama does is remove his suit jacket and roll up the sleeves of his dress shirt, I don't see the problem.

11 comments:

Constructive Feedback February 6, 2009 at 7:52 AM  

[qoute]George W. Bush Is The Worst President Of All Time[/quote]

I wonder if anyone has a running list of the Worst Mayors of:

Detroit, Philadelphia, Baltimore, DC, Atlanta, Newark and Chicago?

More Black people are harmed by their actions than any comparable list that you can craft about "evil, racist George W. Bush".

Oh sorry - I meant to include New Orleans as well. I guess "5 days of Bush" did more to seal the fate of the people stranded in the post-Katrina flooding than 40 years of Democratic rule over the city since the last major flooding event?

Professor Tracey February 6, 2009 at 10:20 AM  

@Constructive Feedback,

You're comparing Mayors to a President?

And you're blaming the Mayor of New Orleans for a major disaster emergency that affected three different states, basically demanding National Government support IMMEDIATELY?

So, it's okay that George W. Bush was a lousy President because a handful of black Mayors were bad (in your opinion) too?

That makes no sense at all.

Professor Tracey February 6, 2009 at 10:22 AM  

Further - what did your comments have to do with the fact that Andy Card lied about Bush having a strict dress code in the Oval office? The point of my post in the first place.

I find it interesting that folks like you never address the issue at hand with honesty, but starting pointing fingers at someone else as an excuse for your own failures.

A Go Bytch February 6, 2009 at 10:29 AM  

A suit and tie is for white collar gentleman sitting at the desk not doing shyt...

When it's time to get to work you have to be comfortable! I don't give a damn if he was wearing Spandex the question is how is country being ran!

Go.

Constructive Feedback February 6, 2009 at 1:20 PM  

[quote]You're comparing Mayors to a President?[/quote]

Actually - I was focusing on the FORCES THAT DIRECTLY IMPACT BLACK PEOPLE. Clearly most Black Democrats are far more comfortable talking about the "National Republicans" than the "Local Democrats " that they had a direct hand in choosing.

Yes sir.

[quote]
And you're blaming the Mayor of New Orleans for a major disaster emergency that affected three different states, basically demanding National Government support IMMEDIATELY?[/quote]

Have you ever seen this cross section of New Orleans from the Katrina Wiki page?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e5/New_Orleans_Levee_System.svg/538px-New_Orleans_Levee_System.svg.png

It is clear to anyone who is interested in addressing the problems that we saw post Katrina that this was a problem with FLOOD ZONE ZONING POLICY. How were these people put in harms way with little means of addressing the evacuation that is necessary when the 100 year flood that happens every 30 years?

I have done research on the battles and charges of racism that were thrown out in response to:

1) The attempt to build earthen levees rather than the metal walls that we saw fail. (Since the earthen levees require 6' of width for every 1' in height - some activist ranted that this was a scheme to take 'Black people's property' and move 'em out)

2) The lower 9th ward and other low areas were originally uninhabited swamp area. As the demand for land grew the swamps were drained and structures were built up the "pete moss" type ground. As ground water dried up this mossy dirt settled.

WHY DIDN'T ANY OF THESE LEADERS who claim to be focused on public safety tell anyone "NO YOU CAN'T MOVE HERE. IT IS TOO DANGEROUS"?

And please don't put words in my mouth. I did not say anything about Katrina impacting only New Orlenas.

[quote]
So, it's okay that George W. Bush was a lousy President because a handful of black Mayors were bad (in your opinion) too?
[/quote]

George Bush being a "lousy President" in your view in turn had the NATIONAL VOTING POPULACE voting his Party Out Of Office.

* The Arrest of Kwame Kilpatrick - did not have the Democratic Party suffer one bit. Put aside the arrest - I am focusing on the destruction of the city in general

* The conviction of Sharpe James in Newark - ditto repeat

I am NOT arguing ON BEHALF OF George Bush - I am focusing on the irrelevance of the condition by which DEMOCRATS leave the Black community upon their party's chances on representing the community later on.

In Clayton County Georgia the 9 Democrats on the school board caused the public school system to lose its accreditation - harming 53,000, mostly Black students. After the court system got rid of the first 9 Democrats the community elected 9 more to replace them.

The party did not miss a beat despite the harm done in its name.

But I understand that to you - the question of TIE/NO TIE in the Oval office is of greater importance.

Carry on.

Professor Tracey February 6, 2009 at 2:20 PM  

@Constructive Feedback -

It not about what is important to me, it's about you spouting a machine gun barrage of comments about a line of discussion that had nothing to do with the original post. What does anything you said have to do with what I wrote? NOTHING!

And I'm still not sure what you're going on about now. Stick to subject raised in the post. You are throwing out tons of unrelated issues and information that is not really related to fact, but more to your own biased and clearly conservative opinion.

Kwame Kilpatrick didn't lie the American people into a war that resulted in the loss of lives and billions of dollars. That's apples and oranges. And I have written plenty of posts blasting Da' Mayor, so stick to the subject at hand or read some other posts before you decide to tell folks how to think.

Constructive Feedback February 7, 2009 at 9:03 AM  

[quote]spouting a machine gun barrage of comments about a line of discussion that had nothing to do with the original post. [/quote]

Prof Tracey - I am simply reacting to a PATTERN. You are a contributor to this PATTERN.

The PATTERN is that a certain class of Black people who I call "Black Quasi-Socialist Progressive-Fundamentalist Racism Chasers" need to control the NARRATIVE in order to direct scrutiny UPON those they dislike and AWAY FROM those who they like.

There is NO correlation between the amplitude of the force that negatively bears upon the Black community and their tendency to provide focus for the sake of holding this force in check.

It is almost always 100% ideological in nature. By focusing the Black masses on the force that is popularly despised - the intended effect of UNITY within our ranks is achieved.

I am opposed to UNITY.
I want EFFECTIVENESS.

I will respect your request to stick to the subject - I only want to make not to you about that which you and others are clearly doing.

BUSH'S NECK TIE POLICY IS IRRELEVANT. I would like you to post about David Bing in Detroit who is debating if the next mayor of the city will need to TAKE OVER THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The school system is nearly all Black.

Wouldn't you feel more satisfied by addressing PERTINENT ISSUES for our people rather than ISSUES THAT YOU KNOW will get a rise out of Black partisans?

finallyko February 7, 2009 at 10:45 AM  

Professor Tracey has blogged about the actions of black officials for over a year now. You either haven't viewed her other blog entries or have taken a blind-eye to them. And none of this has anything to do with Bush being photographed without his jacket.


I love how bloggers get called out for their biases when the MSM has been biased since its inception.

Professor Tracey February 7, 2009 at 10:45 AM  

@Constructive Feedback -

And I stated before you have completely distorted this entire post thread with your own agenda. This is my blog and I write what I wish. If you want to rant about random things, start you own blog.

If you thought this issue was unimportant, then don't comment on this post. You have clouded this entire comment thread for myself and others. I don't want to spend time arguing about random topics I never raised in the first damn place.

And quite frankly, who are YOU to decide what black folks should be concerned about or not?

Andy Card comments about President Obama were out of line and completely dishonest, I just pointed it out for others to know. It was that simple.

Irrationalized February 8, 2009 at 7:48 PM  

Constructive Feedback, why are you such a off topic dick?

Joshua February 10, 2009 at 4:10 PM  

Two things

First,Someone should tell Mr. Andy Card to shut the hell up and go get some pizzas. Right, Bush told him to go do that .

Second, Constructive Feedback:

STAY ON THE TOPIC AT HAND AND SHUT THE HELL UP.

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