I love Sports Illustrated's "Caught in the Act" bit. It's usually pictures of celebs at sporting events with some clever caption. The caption with the picture above was:
He might not be a good choice to give advice to the youth of America, either. Especially if it's on how to speak proper English.
I don't know if it's my ever present urge to root for the underdog, or my realization that all these pussys waited to make their jokes until they were sufficiently supported by Americans. I remember a time when motherfuckers were burning Dixie Chicks CD's. I remember a time when motherfuckers thought going to Iraq would somehow be the answer to 911. Now that all the mouth-breathers have finally caught on, it's safe for us to make jokes such as the above, or to have shows such as "Little Bush". I'm sorry, but I'm just not buying that you got the joke from the beginning, and if you did, where were your guts 3 years ago?