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Originally posted by capetull
Did anyone see his face jerking after every sentence? His lower lip, on his left side, seemed to jerk and move whenever he paused. Anyone else spot this, and, if so, what is the deal with him? It really stood out to me.
Originally posted by AlwaysLearning
Do you think he's a cokehead...?
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
I wouldn't know, but if it's drugs, I'd be more inclined to suspect perscription drugs. That crowd doesn't usually go for the recreational drugs. But I don't think it's drugs, I think it's a stress-related condition. Can you just IMAGINE the stress that man is under?!?! Jeez!
New York, N.Y.: Last night I watched Bush's nomination speech on CNN. I kept thinking he looked smug and had an "evil" grin on his face. It wasn't until later that evening that Nightline showed the speech from a different angle, and there was Robert's son playing and jumping in front of the podium which was obviously what was making the President grin. Do you think the White House is aware that most people probably never saw that wider angle view?
Michael Fletcher: I'm sure they are aware of that. The White House communications people watch such broadcasts closely so they understand how their message is getting across. I'm willing to guess that they wouldn't have characterized his grin as 'evil.' In any event, they, more than most of us, understand the president's various quirks and they often put them to use on his behalf.
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
Eight years is a long time in anyone's life, regardless of how demanding one's work is. Clinton has aged an awful lot since he took office, but remember he took office more than 13 years ago and he has had significant health issues.