If one listens to his supporters after a speech, one wonders if there is a common "American-English" language anymore. His supporters tend to make his words sit wherever they want them to fit.
Listening to his opponents is difficult because most run out of a room the moment he starts to speak- leaving nothing but expletives in their wake.
Sadly, neither side really hears him or understands what he is saying.
George W. Bush is a great cheerleader but a hopeless co-conspirator. The man can't help but giggle out his (and his "Rangers"- Whoo-Yahh!!!) intentions prior to their taking place.
Had anybody done their homework (like Wall Street did), they would have known the direction the country would take.
He thought that Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal was "socialism". Had it been done (the homework- that is) voters may have found that he opposed Social Security, Medicare, Environmental Protection, Public Schools, and Labor Unions. All while he sat at a cushy chair at Harvard Business School.
Even had it not been done (the homework about his early years), he gave ample warning about his intentions on how to manipulate. He was taught early in his career. When asked to run for Governor of Texas by businessmen he said, "You know I could run for governor but I'm basically a media creation "
Aahh yes, the media creation. It gets better though because Boy George couldn't hold back his exuberance both during his run for "President" and subsequent to his being allowed to sit in a place where giants sat.
For those amazed at how he could take the country into a fiscal disaster, a military disaster, and a moral disaster, consider what he said to a reporter as he was campaigning for the Oval Office in 1999 and the Texas financial books were found to be cooked: "I hope I'm not here to have to deal with it".
FUUUNNNYYY STUFF! A guy you want to have a beer with.
Then he got "elected". For those that are still scratching their heads about Katrina and dispense with his talk in business school as the simple words of a young man, the guy sitting in the Oval Office said, "I don't understand how poor people think..." after the 2000 election to the Reverend Jim Wallis, leader of Call to Renewal, a network of churches that fight poverty.
The NSA thing is interesting. It is one of the reasons one must listen to the bubbling brook Bush so intently. It is not that he makes his pronouncements officially. They tend to leak out of him because of his boyish excitement.
That's why it's important to listen to his "off the cuff" remarks. Worried about your e-mail, browsing, and purchasing records? He was way ahead of you and gave you a "heads up!" warning on April 5, 2001 at the American Society of Newspaper Editors during their annual convention held at the Marriott Hotel in Washington D.C.
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