3.12.2006

I like shit from Target, but I pay for my shit from Target.


sorry, couldn't find the mug shot.


A former Bush aide known for his "holier than thou" moralising has been charged with serial fraud in the latest embarrassment for a White House which has prided itself on its discipline.

[emphasis mine.]

Turns out that Claude Allen, top policy advisor to the Bush administration who bailed in February, should take some of his "holier than thou" advice to heart.

In January he was caught running my favorite ghetto scam - where you buy some shit, take it out to your car, go back in the store and get the exact same shit...but then, instead of taking it to the checkout line, you go to returns instead. Now, this is like the biggest 'hood move in the book. But, apparently, I guess that in his position as top domestic policy dude he wasn't really bringing in enough green to keep his family living at the level of luxury he wanted.

So he stole shit from Target.

Or, well. Maybe no.

Turns out he was pulling 161K/year, tied at the same level with the likes of Karl Rove, Andrew Card, and Stephen Hadley.

What's interesting, though, is the timing of it all. Caught on January 2 by some bright-eyed young kid in Montgomery. Resigned on February 9 "to spend time with family"? Apparently took about a month to figure out that they couldn't pay of the sanctimonious pricks from Target?

Described by some as "a notorious homophobe, a ferocious enemy of abortion and an opponent of safe-sex education who for years has been one of the AIDS community's principal enemies," I can't say I feel bad for the douchebag.

But I think by calling him that, I'm giving bags of douche a bad name.

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at Tuesday, March 14, 2006 2:38:00 PM Anonymous rich said...

That guy looks looks spookily like an older version of the boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.!

He is also a twat, as it happens.

 
at Wednesday, March 15, 2006 11:06:00 AM Blogger annamaria said...

Oh dear, I don't know how I missed this line before:

"...the latest embarrassment for a White House which has prided itself on its discipline."

Oh, that's a great laugh. Thanks so much, Jen! :)

 

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