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Originally posted by TheRedneck
I just watched Bush speak in the CIA offices about the Russian-Georgian conflict. He was agitated, animated, and all around somewhat childish in his body language. It was a live event, not staged, in some sort of huge lobby area. It was aired live on CNN just moments ago.
Is Bush in advanced stages of some sort of mental condition? He acted like he had Alzheimers or something, with his head leaning to one side or the other randomly and his eyes having a blankness about them.
Is anyone else noticing this? Am I crazy?
Originally posted by GENERAL EYES
I've been looking just about everywhere I can think of for a posted video of this interview....so far, no luck.
If anyone is able to find it via avenues unknown, please post it!
Though Calvin Coolidge's hypochondria may not have had the most profound effect on affairs of state, Coolidge, Grant and Thomas Jefferson were diagnosed with social phobia by Davidson and his associates.
"Social phobia is kind of remarkable in a president. It meant he was shy and avoided social circumstances, and yet he was president," Swartz said.