No, not that guy; this guy:
A court in Germany [was] expected to grapple on Friday [August 27, 2010] with what may amount to one of the biggest dinner bills of all time. When Chancellor Angela Merkel invited then-United States President George W. Bush to spend some time with her in northern Germany on his way to a G-8 meeting in Russia back in 2006, the itinerary included some sight-seeing along the Baltic Coast and a cozy barbeque.
Merkel had wanted to show Bush her own constituency of Merklenburg-Western Pomerania, with a visit to the picturesque coastal city of Stralsund and a meal of barbequed wild boar, a local delicacy, in the village of Trinwillershagen. Security for the US president’s three-day pleasure trip was provided by over 12,000 police officers.
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Applying FoxLogic™ to Pres. Bush’s 2006 cook out in Trinwillershagen with a bunch of, well … not just White people, but, um … Germans … one might have called it (I’m just riffing here) an “Aryan Wienie Roast.”
Or, perhaps, a Beer Hall Putsch.
Because … you know … the White people. In Germany. With Pres. Bush. At a barbecue.
See how that works?