Hey Fuck You, He’s with Me!

The White House is playing down an incident in Chile at an official dinner with world leaders where President Bush jumped in the middle of a fracas between US Secret Service agents and Chilean security guards to come to the aid of one of his bodyguards. The story on CNN has it like this:

According to a videotape of the incident, Bush turned around and saw that one of his Secret Service agents was being forcefully restrained from entering by Chilean Chilean security guards.

The president dove into the crowd, where people were arguing and pushing one another, and pulled the agent through the door of center.

After the successful rescue, Bush turned around, cocked his head proudly at his maneuver and began to greet his hosts.

I know somebody’s gonna come out and say that the President’s actions were reckless and irresponsible but that is decisive action and leadership. The dinner was canceled and I bet I know why. There was probably a conversation between Bush and the Chilean president later that went something like this:

“You should not have done that. This is Chile. Respect our authoritii.”

“Hey fuck you, this guy’s with me. You suckers better recognize. I’m from Texas, we eat chili for breakfast!”

“We’re not chili, we’re Chile.”

“Chili, Chile, what’s the difference?”

“That does it, I’m canceling the dinner.”

“I don’t care. Texas chili is better anyway.”


The cook: This is entirely coincidental but that is what we were going to serve.

“SHUT UP!!!”

“Ha ha! Chili boy!”

Man this guy is great for blogging material!

15 Responses to “Hey Fuck You, He’s with Me!”

  1. Cosmic Siren says:

    Damn. The version I read said that Bush was pissed off after having to do that and the Chilean officials were a bit embarrassed.

  2. Mexigogue says:

    It all depends on how you spin it. Where did you read that?

  3. Cosmic Siren says:


    It was one of the news popups.

  4. guy in the UNLV jacket says:

    I wonder if Bush learned that move from Ron Artest and co…

  5. TB says:

    This goes back to my theory that Bush would be the funnest “high profile” fucker to get wasted with. The stories that guy could tell in the right mindset.

    no doubt you’d hear some ‘color’ful language regarding his opinion on the Ron Artest situation as well !

  6. rae says:

    My boss- who is one of the most powerful Real Estate Brokers in DC- and has done alot of business with many government agencies here- (and found office space for Bush Sr.’s campaign back in the day) told me a few stories about him and W having lunch years ago. I have to admit- they were pretty funny stories but I still think W is an ass.

  7. Julio Patel says:

    You might be a closet intellectual/geek if, on the Monday after a weekend throwdown at Auburn Hills, you’re blogging about a Political visit to Chile


    Hey, let’s talk about Pistons v Pacers smackdown. We can even make it pseudo-intellectual. Stern says that this sort of behavior is indicative of a crumbling civilization (players no longer being responsible for their actions, Fans being allowed to behave ‘boorishly’). European NBA players were interviewed as well. They said, “US Sporting events are becoming just like European sporting events”. Yegads.

  8. Mexigogue says:

    Karl Malone was fined for poking a fan in the chest with his finger in an argument. When he was interviewed about it he said what the camera didn’t show was that the fan spat on him as he walked past. These players deal with this stuff all the damn time and that **** can only build up so much before something like this happens.

    I can only hope that the person/s throwing shit onto the court were among those that Artest knocked out. A ticket doesn’t entitle you to treat people in a contemptible manner. Jive ass turkeys!

  9. Julio Patel says:

    The fan that threw the drink deserved what he got. But, hey, what does it say if Artest will allow himself to get punked by Wallace, and then jump a fan for a lesser evil? Well, maybe it says he’s smart enough to understand basic Newtonian physics. Never mind.

    I’m sick of the way fans are acting at sporting games. I take my kids to baseball, hockey, and football games. It’s gotten to where, taking my kids to a sporting event, gives me about a 40% chance of getting into a physical altercation (drunks spilling beer on one of my kids, bumping into them or running over them to get to the beer stand, etc.)…and, security at these events are typically older (50 to 60 year old) men who have grown used to this sort of behavior. You shouldn’t have to be at a sporting event debating whether or not to buy a plate of nachos because you might have to fight later in the night and you don’t want to be all bloated from the dairy products in the nacho cheese mix. I hate people.

  10. Mexigogue says:

    I’m sick of the way fans are acting at sporting games. I take my kids to baseball, hockey, and football games. It’s gotten to where, taking my kids to a sporting event, gives me about a 40% chance of getting into a physical altercation

    Some people just don’t know how to act in groups. I speak from experience. I was this close from starting a riot at my daughter’s choir recital. I had this rubber band and an itchy trigger finger. I restrained myself however. I should get a medal.

  11. rae says:

    I think everyone just misses the good hockey fights so they feel the need to fill the void.

  12. Julio Patel says:

    Ode to Bobs Probert and Dylan:

    Oh where have you gone, my coke-fiend friend?
    And where’s Joey Kocur and Tie Domi been?
    I’ve been to Joe Louis, I don’t see no dukin.
    Just a bunch of drunk West Bloomfield teens all a’pukin

    And it’s hard
    So hard
    It’s hard, oh so hard
    The Red Wings
    have turned into Tards.

    (I should be working)

  13. Phelps says:

    I don’t see what the big deal was. The SS guy was in George’s posse. If I went to a club, and the bouncer let me in, and then all of the sudden they started hassling Mexi or D or Guy, I would be, “hey, fuuuucker, you get your hands off him or you get cut, foo!” That’s how it works. Stupid Chillians ought to know at least that much. You mess with someone’s posse, you’re messing with them.

  14. Mexigogue says:

    When my ex and I were still together but things were getting really bad, I used to fantasize that somebody would try to car jack us and point a gun at her and say “Give me the keys or your wife gets it!” and I would say “I don’t think you have the guts!”

  15. Phelps says:

    Sam Kinison: “Have you ever been in a relationship where you are sitting at the stop light, and you are just idling there, and you look over at that bitch and you just want to jump out of the fucking car and run away screaming AAAAAAAAAGGGHHHHH! AAGGGGHHHHH! AAAAAAAGHHHHH! and just run off into the fucking distance and leave her and the car and everything there, “fuck it, you can have the fucking car, just never talk to me again you fucking whore! AAAAAAGHHHH!!!!”