Our President lives in a bubble: doesn’t read newspapers, doesn’t watch the evening news (though I gotta believe he catches some of Fox’s world-class journalism from time to time), doesn’t listen to NPR, doesn’t speak to or hear comments from audiences that are not hand-picked sycophants. His view of the world, and awareness of what the world thinks of him, is filtered by the cadre of Administration and Congressional toadies who live in fear of provoking the infantile W’s ire. The result? A singular disaster in American history. So, how do we the people let W know that we are less than enthralled by his performance as leader of the free world? I propose a simple, elegant display of dismay and disapproval: a mass-mooning of the Commander in Chief at the stroke of Noon (Eastern Standard Time / GMT – 6) on Tuesday, November 4, 2008 – MOON THE BUFFOON AT NOON. This is the 8th anniversary of the day on which George Bush was NOT elected President of the United States, but ended up in that role anyway, thanks to the sinister machinations of his evil handlers and a compliant Supreme Court. George Bush has – deservedly – been the butt of many jokes by the likes of Jay Leno, David Letterman, John Stewart et al over the years. Let’s all show W what we think of him by pointing our collective butts in his direction at the appointed hour (GPS coordinates for the White House are, for obvious reasons, not published, but the Capitol Building [N 38 degrees.53.393 : W 077 degrees.00.365] should be close enough for government work, as they say). Truth be told, our feckless Congress is no less deserving of our contempt. Please don’t sit on this idea. Pass it on. No ifs, ands or butts.