No One Wants to Blog for Bush Anymore

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blogsforbush.jpg Once upon a time, writing a right-wing website called Blogs for Bush must have been easy. But now, when the president has lost the confidence of the American people, alienated even his far-right base over the issue of immigration, shepherded a war in disastrous fashion, and failed to achieve a single significant and lasting domestic policy victory… what to do?

Bail on Bush, of course. Blogs for Bush is changing their name to Blogs for Victory. They’re saying that it is in anticipation of Bush’s departure from the White House, but let’s not miss the PR aspect. Check out this very suspicious correlation:

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