George W. Bush Copied Google Images For His Paintings, Is Awesome In His Shamelessness

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I’m firmly on record that the clearest path to world peace isn’t through liberal ideas like diplomacy or charity, but rather through artistic masterpieces of world leaders that melt the hearts of our enemies and strengthen the resolve of our homeland. Take notes, Barry.

About a year ago, hackers broke into the email account of former President George W. Bush for reasons unclear. I mean, really, what were they expecting to find, proof of some evil conspiracy?

To: stonecoldstevecheney316@aol.com
Subject: We Lied About WMD
Body: Can you believe these idiots bought that, Dick? LOLOLOLOL. TTYL, <33 Dubya

Instead, the only dirt the hackers were able to find wasn’t dirt at all. Rather, it was raw, emotional beauty. They found existence of W’s secret hobby: painting.

WARNING: The following images have all the beauty of the Lost Ark. Staring directly at them will melt your face off.

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Beautiful. Move over, Playgirl.

George is all about painting world leaders. What was the source of inspiration for the man who sat within feet of his subjects? Turns out, Dubya, being the man of the people that he is, quite literally just copied their faces from the very first picture that showed up on Google Images.

Russian Creep In Charge Vladimir Putin

Russian Creep In Charge Vladimir Putin

Let’s all take a moment to be thankful that Vlad’s shirt was miraculously on for this one, so that my man Dubya didn’t get stuck drawing a shirtless stick figure riding a horsey.

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Dead on.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Nailed it.

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Had to Google Image your own dad? Doesn’t matter. Nothin’ but net.

You have to love 43’s artistic tenacity here. Dubya shamelessly turns to Google Images like the Joe Everyman that he is and absolutely crushes it. George’s paintings are an absolute exact copy. Frankly, I wonder if Google didn’t pull its images from W’s masterpieces.

I’ve always said that we need to get Dubya back in office, but after seeing his paintbrush prowess, to deny the world more art on par with Van Gogh and Michelangelo would be a damn shame.

[via The New Zealand Herald]

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