"Thanks for comin', padres."
I didn't think it was possible for Dubya to alienate more people at this point with so little time and so few people left to alienate. But we can add Bible-believing Christians to that list after his Nightline interview.
In case you missed it, as I did...
"Asked about creation and evolution, Bush said: 'I think you can have both. I think evolution can -- you're getting me way out of my lane here. I'm just a simple president.' "Hey, Obama got away with the "above my pay grade" abortion dodge, right?
Charo... Desmond Tutu... Larry the Cable Guy... We're all children of the same loving almighty/Supreme Being/Spirit Entity.
"The president also said that he prays to the same God as those with different religious beliefs.
'I do believe there is an almighty that is broad and big enough and loving enough that can encompass a lot of people,' Bush said.
Bush went on to explain his wide-open border policy with Mexico was, in fact, due largely to God having named His Son "Jesus, which of course is Esp'nole for 'Allah' or some such."
"Interviewer Cynthia McFadden asked Bush if the Bible was literally true.
'You know. Probably not. ... No, I'm not a literalist, but I think you can learn a lot from it, but I do think that the New Testament for example is ... has got ... You know, the important lesson is 'God sent a son,' Bush said."
Man... Washington D.C. can really do a number on your soul, can't it? Though for the record, I still think he's still been a stellar wartime Commander in Chief and thank the real God he was at the helm Sept. 11, 2001 instead of Albert Gore, Jr.