George Bush Is Taking Over the Art Scene. Really? Wow

George Bush Is Taking Over the Art Scene. Really? Wow

George Bush Is Taking Over the Art Scene. Really? Wow
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Who would have thought that Bush’s war on terror would include an artistic attack on world leaders? Now that congress and his cabinet aren’t pulling the marionette wires, Bush is finally showing the world how he would have approached international issues if he didn’t have his peers making decisions for him. Here Bush shows that if it was up to him, his guerrilla warfare tactics would have brought certain leaders to their knees! Not to mention probably hand over any natural resource that corporate American can use and abuse. 

Bush gogh

George Bush’s art military stratagems will be displayed at the presidential library in Texas, if anyone would like to go waste their money! Critic Peter Schjeldahl said that the 43 pictures were quiet and sad. 43 paintings, you say? One can only assume it was Bush’s million dollar idea to do 43 paintings. Yeah, real smart dude. Bush also stated that during his presidency he got to know other world leaders and felt comfortable painting them on that basis. The real question is: did they feel comfortable, Bush?! The only painting that would be worth mentioning in this day and age would be the one of Putin. Who knows what kind of response he’s planning now. Just give it month and Putin will be making clay sculptures of other world leaders in a dramatic retaliatory response. One thing that comes to mind is, how many hours did Bush spend on Google images? No way he has that good of a memory.

Bush Gogh's Putin

Even though the good ol' W. never admitted to smoking herb, we all know that his refusal to talk about his drug use “because I don’t want some little kid doing what I did” was a confession in itself. Now let's move on to Bush blazing mad doobies and hitting that bong. Of course, this guy who has been completely forgotten about thanks to Obama, is now up in his cottage painting like a high Van Gogh. Funny thing about Van Gogh is that he only became successful after his death, and his paintings never sold when he was alive. I’m just saying Bush, two and two do make four. However, let’s not be too harsh or critical about this 68 year old that has gone completely senile. Let’s face it, when we are old and no one really cares what we do we are going to want some attention. #BushGogh 

Bush Gogh's Mexican Prez 

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