It's pretty sad that anyone would buy into the garbage coming from this administration. Our own president admitted he doesn't even read the
newspapers. How does he know what to think? How does he know what info. is good and what is not? He cannot. So, how can anyone trust his
Most of us here at ATS probably know more about what's going on in the real world than he ever will. It's pathetic.
By his own admission:
Dubya's news-free presidency
By DAN K. THOMASSON
Dec 21, 2003, 21:25
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Will Rogers said that all he knew is what he read in the newspapers. That certainly is not true of George W. Bush, who verified what has been
suspected for some time. He doesn't read them, even though he gets to his office pretty early in the morning and chances are a news summary is one of
the things on his desk when he arrives.
That somewhat startling revelation was about the only news to emerge from a highly touted one-hour interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer. It was a
curious mixture of defiance, anger, boredom and strained humor that seemed to reflect Bush's true nature somewhat better than the rehearsed
appearances that are the usual way Americans see him.