Monday, April 12, 2004

Parental Control

Let's play a little game. Instead of say, al-Qaeda, let's pretend the 8/6/01 PDB was a note to G.W. Bush, as a parent of two daughters who have been known to, eh, go off the reservation every now and then. Would the PDB (Parent Daily Briefing) have had more of an impact on monkey boy? From Corrente:
Let's play a little word substitution game (original here):

The document, entitled "Drug Dealers Determined to Saturate Crawford" ... said the Texas Rangers had detected "patterns of suspicious activity in Crawford consistent with preparations for dealing Xanax and other prescription drugs, including recent surveillance of clubs and bars in Crawford, Austin, and Waco."

Now, we know about about the proclivities of the Bush twins (a picture should be here, but I can't bring myself to post it).

And so does Bush.

So, faced with this report, what does Bush do? Take a nap, or maybe shake the tree a little? Maybe call the twins in, and ask them about their party plans for the next few evenings? Oh, there's that word... Plan... What was I thinking?
Happy news conference tomorrow, Mr. pResident*.