You know the year is almost gone, and soon a President will be leaving the Whitehouse, making room for another to take his place in the long list of
fools to run this country, but before he leaves we will be face with a movie about him, and many'a moronic talking MSM heads will disscuss, "just
what his legacy will be". So I'd thought I make my contribution regarding just how I feel, about who the MAN Bush is.
I'd like share my favorite "Bush" moment:
This video is actually quite telling of the man and his personality. Sure people talk the of unilateral arrogant "Bush" using the U.S. military as
his personal police force and there are tons of threads on this subject, but watching this video you see a glimpse of a man who thinks himself above
others. It is the epitome and the finest example of "elitism" and arrogance I've ever seen....
Anyway about the video:
It is Bush in between takes on the Letterman show, during the break I believe it was either the director or producer that was talking to
Letterman...when well watch for yourself.
Needless to say, this moment was shared on the David Letterman show the very next day, to the gasp and chuckles of the audience members. Who would
have thought that this arrogant man would impose an arrogant foreign policy. We should have seen the writing on the wall...
Don't get me wrong, I think I would love getting wasted with this guy. He was a known partier....but as president.??...could you imagine what his
drinking buddies thought when they got wind that he was going to be president!
Check this video out, it kinda puts his jokes into perspective, and made me cringe...
This just made me want to crawl under my chair.
I was horrified.
I shouldn't have been, but, I was...
I’m surprised she didn’t whip out the German version of *Cootey* repellent and give herself a good spray down.
After watching a few of those videos, particularity the Radio and Television Correspondent Dinner, you see that Bush is a real human just like the
rest of us. He seems nice in real life, and I personally think he'd make a great neighbour or family member, but he didn't quite make a good
Maybe I am wrong, but he seems real at that dinner. He is funny, and makes fun of himself. He is obviously not oblivious to his joke-like presidency.
Makes me think that just maybe he is completely acting like an idiot as president, and really knows better.
What do you think things would be like if the President was actually the countries leader, not some puppet for a higher power?
The best moment. The cover of the New York Post, Saturday , September 15, 2001. It reads: Shoulder to shoulder. President Bush standing in the smoking
ruins of the Twins Towers - wraps an arm around fireman Bob Beckith yesterday. President comforts a shaken city.
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