Thursday, August 31, 2006

George Bush: "I have an epileptic reading list...the key for me is to keep expectations low"

If you'll notice, GW instinctfully senses that his answers are not very comforting, which is why in this video he'll suddenly stop, change direction, cut off the questioner, and gradually get more physically aggressive with his expressions when realizing his verbal approach is failing miserably.

Via TruthDig


Blogger Oregon Senator Gordon Smith said...

It is indeed comforting in these trying times, that we have a leader who is well read, and especially that he is reading the classics. He has spoken recently about having an idiological viewpoint, but it is evident that he is also a philosopher. I am proud to be a republican, and continue to be awed by the worldly viewpoints of our commander in chief.

9:19 PM  
Anonymous Blowback said...

Sometimes, I am in awe too.
There really are no words to describe it.
Only ramblings and incessant screaming can remotely come close to capturing the viewpoint of this man and his followers.
Within all of us, there is a George Bush screaming to come out. Fortunately for most of us, we let that side of us come out when we were 9 or 10 years old and put it to rest.

1:52 AM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Well now Ranger Smith, if you are awed by the commander in chief, what do you think about the secretary of state...rotflol

ronald Dumsfeldt

5:00 PM  

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