In a previous post, GW Bush was quoted as saying, "I'm not a great artist." He left out "con." Please note, we didn't omit the C word, he did.
The brilliant cartoonist Garry Trudeau picked up where that post left off, this time zapping "folk artist" GW Bush and his latest attempts to deflect from-- or rather, paint over-- his abysmal failures and "the stain of two wars."
Note to Bush: Not only have you failed at those attempts as you have with nearly every other endeavor you've undertaken, but Iraq is still a violent mess and Iran is stronger thanks to your efforts. Way to go, "Champion of Democracy."
Trudeau neglected to mention the absence of W's most commonly used artistic materials: dried macaroni and glitter pasted onto paper plates. But he easily compensated by noting that GW Bush's "outsider art" was produced by an insider. And by insider, he surely meant war criminal.
Trudeau also skewered W's very special relationships with former Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, and his soul mate, current Russian president, Vladimir Putin. What stellar judgment the Artist Formerly Known as Dumbya had. Dick Cheney couldn't be prouder of his former vice president, er, president.
It's time to join Doonesbury on a tour of said "outsider art" at the Bush Presidential [sic] Library: