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One method to catch a Bush lie

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posted on Jul, 7 2004 @ 05:47 PM
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It is the common knowledge of interrogators and people like police detectives that during questioning subtle changes in eye contact and facial gestures can be used to tip off the fact that someone is lying.
Although I have not studied this at great length yet, it is apparent that Bush has one mannerism that is common during his speaches. If you notice he always lowers his right eyebrow and often combines this with shaking his head 'no' at the same time while he is making a statement.
Could this be a subconscious sign that he is lying or doesn't believe what he is saying?
He does this most prominently on one of his campaign commercials on television whe he describes that he is optimistic about the American people and believes in them, all the while lowering his brow and shaking his head 'no'.
Has anyone else noticed this bizzare phenomenon and what other observations regarding this have you noticed?




posted on Jul, 9 2004 @ 07:27 AM
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Usually whenever he is talking I figure he is lying.... it makes it easier to ignore what he is saying



posted on Jul, 9 2004 @ 07:53 AM
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Every time bush is interviewed or on public he does the same thing, he always tried to justify going to Iraq because the "war on terror", the reporters can ask anything but Iraq and still he ends up talking about "the war on terror" is like a robot programmed just for 3 worlds "war on terror"
He had said it long enough to believed.



posted on Jul, 9 2004 @ 10:36 AM
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Regarding Bush shaking his head while making a statement, here's a quote from a European magazine article titled "How To Spot A Lie".

"One student, for example, appeared calm and reasonable as he listed the reasons why the death penalty was wrong. But every time he expressed these opinions, he swiftly, almost imperceptibly, shook his head. But the movement is so subtle and quick many people don't even see it until it's pointed out to them. While his words explained the arguments against capital punishment, the quick, involuntary shudder of his head was saying loud and clear, "No, I don't believe this!" He was, in fact, lying, having been for many years a firm supporter of the death penalty."

Here's a link to the full source.


How To Spot A Lie

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Also, check Bush's "expressed" emotion and see if it occurs "before" the corresponding statement. If not, it's a good indication that he's lying.

But keep in mind. Bush is probably well trained in lying.



posted on Jul, 9 2004 @ 10:59 AM
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There are only two reasons I watch Bush's speeches anymore:

1. To study his body language/speech patterns

2. To witness the lies he will tell

His biggest blunder, to date, is the fact that he CANNOT say Abu Ghraib correctly. He ALWAYS sez A-boo GrAh-ooob or some similarly butchered pronunciation. That tells me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that his mouth cannot overule his subconscious. It implicates him in that he authorised the abuses. (Forget about the memos.)

He also looks drugged up when he delivers a major speech. Who knows what drugs he's on, maybe valuum (sp?) to keep him steady or some other wonder drug administered with a healthy dose of programming/coaching. He says virtually the same thing everywhere all the time. He never deviates from his script. That tells me we're dealing with an empty head. Some have even suggested that he gives major speeches (like the SotU) with an earpiece and he is simply saying what his handlers are telling him to say. For me, the jury's definitely out on that one; but, it's not really a stretch.

One thing is for certain, I have never heard a person mangle the english language quite the way he does. I've read plenty of his statements and frankly, some of them are just plain dumb and non-sensical. Which leads me to one last point. He sometimes says things instead of what he actually means. That in itself is Freudian and should be closely examined. Again, it's the subconscious butting in b/c he's lying. It's painfully obvious.



posted on Jul, 9 2004 @ 11:00 AM
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By the way, MARG,

I LOVE your avatar!


Betty Boop RULES!



posted on Jul, 9 2004 @ 02:31 PM
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He also looks drugged up when he delivers a major speech. Who knows what drugs he's on, maybe valuum (sp?) to keep him steady or some other wonder drug administered with a healthy dose of programming/coaching. He says virtually the same thing everywhere all the time.


Sometimes his speeches sound like somebody that is drunk, trying to make sense as its speak but his tongue get stuck and you can not understand what it says.

Thanks. For the compliment EastCoastKid



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