February 18, 2006

An American Family

Filed under: Bushisms — milliondollarbush @ 2:15 am

One of our visitors sent us this picture. We don’t really know what to say..


A Portrait of An Amazing War Veteran

Filed under: Bushisms — milliondollarbush @ 2:06 am

“They misunderestimated me.”
(November 6, 2000 in Bentonville, Arkansas)

“Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.”
(August 5, 2004)

“You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test.”

“Reading is the basics for all learning.”
(Discussing his “Reading First” plan in Reston, Virginia, March 28, 2000)

“Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?”
(January 11, 2000)

“My views are one that speaks to freedom.”
(in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 29, 2004)

“And it’s a struggle between good and it’s a struggle between evil.”
In a speech (on terrorism) to the Cattle Industry Annual Convention and Trade Show at the Denver Convention Center (February 8, 2002)

“We cannot let terrorists hold this nation hostile or hold our allies hostile.”
(2000 in Des Moines, Iowa)

“Our nation must come together to unite.”
(June 4, 2001)

“If you choose to do so, when Iraq is liberated, you will be treated, tried and persecuted as a war criminal.”
(In St. Louis on January 22, 2003, he likely meant ‘prosecuted.’ Just for the record Bill O’reilly made the same mistake on his TV show The O’reilly Factor in August 2004)

“Will the highways on the Internet become more few?”
(Concord, New Hampshire, January 29, 2000)

“If you don’t stand for anything, you don’t stand for anything!”
(November 2, 2000 at Bellevue Community College)

“I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.”
(September 29, 2000 in Saginaw, Michigan)

“I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family”
(January 27, 2000 in New Hampshire)

Darker Than The Dark Side

Filed under: Bushisms — milliondollarbush @ 2:04 am

We didn’t think it could happen, but Dath Vader has become even more evil while moving into the extra deep and dark side of the force. Thanks to Randy Salinger for sending us this link.

MDB Team
‘Be The Force’

February 17, 2006

Pixel Advertising – All The Craze

Filed under: News — milliondollarbush @ 4:05 am

Pixel advertising is fast becoming all the rage with new pixel advertising website pages appearing on a daily basis.

So what is pixel advertising and how did it all come about.

The original idea seems to have been started a few months ago by a British student named Alex Tew who was trying to find a way to make an online income and help pay his way through college.

He decided that if you were to divide a web page into a grid formation, consisting of 100 pixels per square, it may be possible to offer advertisers a choice of purchasing any amount of these grid squares and in return they could upload an image or banner and advertise their individual sites.

He set his pricing at $1 per pixel, which equated to $100 per grid square and in total meant that his web page, that consisted of a one million pixel grid, would be worth one million dollars if all available pixels were sold.

Well the idea was innovative and after starting to sell some of his advertising space to friends and colleagues the idea really started to spread and capture the imagination of the
Internet world. From this initial start things really started moving fast and traffic to his site began to build at a tremendous pace. It wasn’t long then until the news and media became aware of what had become a phenomena and this news coverage really started the ball rolling.

Approximately three to four months after starting his pixel advertising website he has now sold over $800,000 worth of advertising and has nearly reached his initial goal of producing a one million dollar homepage.

It really does pay to advertise.

February 10, 2006

Bush Adminstation Attacks The Integrity of

Filed under: News — milliondollarbush @ 3:13 am

Today Million Dollar recieved a letter accusing the site of defamation of character. The subject of a great deal of attention as of recently, the website has been involved in some legal altercations.

Representatives of the U.S. Government have filed a lawsuit against Million Dollar Bush for defamation of character (presumably President Bush). The attorney for MDB has insisted that this claim is unfounded and that this is just due to the alleged ties to Saturday Night Live (NBC) and the several thousand visitors per day to and its advertisers sites.

Representatives are due in court on March 3rd. Million Dollar will not take the site down and assures all advertisers that this recent incident will only drive more businesss to your company.

February 6, 2006

Million Dollar Featured in Superbowl Commercial..

Filed under: News — milliondollarbush @ 2:07 am

..ok so we didn’t have a commercial during the Superbowl, but we’d sure like to.. However, there is an advertisement on our website for Superbowl commercials and as you all have noticed there have been some really good, and really bad commercials this year.

Personally, I like the Candace commercial for Go (the uncencored one on is even better) – Sex sells and there is just no way around that. Kudos to Go Daddy. I also like the Bud Light commercials too. The Burger King commercial was god aweful!

PS – If you want to see MORE of Candice Michelle CLICK HERE or the picture above

February 5, 2006

Kanye West Advertises On Million Dollar Bush?!

Filed under: Customer Highlights — milliondollarbush @ 10:43 pm

Earlier this week we recieved an order for a banner that links to Kanye West’s website.

We have also recieved a puchase for an ad to Michael Moore’s website. We are not sure if these advertisements have been purchased by each individual or their respective supporters/supporting organizations.

At any rate, we are happy to see the Million Dollar is making great strides to attract attention far and wide.

Keep the ads coming and we will continue to market the site, driving business to your website and making everyone some money on the face of Bush.



February 2, 2006

Million Dollar Bush Presents ’50 Cent February’

Filed under: News — milliondollarbush @ 5:12 am

As a service to our several hundred thousand fans across the globe that have asked us to lower our prices so they can have a chance to advertise on our popular site, Million Dollar is slashing the advertising prices for the month of February. We will only be charging 50 cents per pixel. That is HALF off the normal price and makes the advertising solution we provide that much sweeter of a deal!

Don’t waste time, upload your image and take advantage of ’50 Cent February.’ We lowered our advertising rates, but out traffic rates are increasing exponentially and we continue to get international media exposure.

Also, remember that we are always marketing, and we will continue to market for years to come turning it into a fixture of the internet. Million Dollar has quickly become a place where visitors come enjoy the ‘Bush Covering”, click on the pixel ads, and also read the entertaining Million Dollar Bush blog.

We hope you continue to enjoy, pass it on to friends, and thank you so much for your support.

The MDB Team

February 1, 2006

Union Square Activists Protest State of Union Address

Filed under: News — milliondollarbush @ 3:49 pm

Demonstrators gathered in San Francisco at Union Square on Tuesday to rally noisily against President Bush and his State of the Union address.

Organizers estimated the crowd at about 4,000 people, many of whom beat makeshift drums, clanged pots and pans, blew whistles or just screamed as Bush’s speech was broadcast live — without sound — on a giant video screen.

The World Can’t Wait, a national protest group calling for Bush to step down, organized the demonstration to urge the protesters to march in an anti-Bush rally in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

“Through this political action and this mobilization of people, we want to peacefully drive this regime from power,” said Marc TerBeek, a spokesman for the organizers.

The protest began at about 5 p.m. with speakers ranging from former San Francisco poet laureate Devorah Major, UC Berkeley biology Professor Kevin Padian and Rev. Charles Tigard pumping up the partisan crowd an hour before Bush took the podium.

“We know that we stand at a pivotal time for our country, for our planet,” said Tigard of the Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco in the Castro neighborhood. “We cannot, and we will not be silent.”

Protesters echoed the sentiments of many of the speakers, who attacked Bush’s stance on a range of issues — from the Iraq war to domestic spying to abortion rights.

“I can’t count all the reasons why I’m here,” said Anna Asevedo, 43, of San Francisco, who was accompanied by her 3-year-old son, Brom McCullough.

“I’m here because I need to stand up and be accountable,” said Nica Ross, 22, of San Francisco.

The chants, drumbeats and other noise during Bush’s speech bounced off the walls from commercial buildings surrounding Union Square.

The rally ended shortly after 7 p.m. — after the big-screen monitor went dark — with a 40-foot effigy of Bush being pulled down to the ground in a mockery of the destruction of a statue of Saddam Hussein.

Although loud, the demonstration remained peaceful.

No arrests were made, according to Sgt. Neville Gittens, spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department.

Create a free website or blog at