posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 10:26 PM
Myself and a few other ATS members decided to go to the Jenna and Barbara Bush live chat interview today. What we found was not the daughters of the
president campaigning for their father, it was more like the Paris Hilton show. We asked questions ranging from: "given your family values and the
values your father brings to this country how do you view the second most important person on the Bush ticket (Cheney's) daughter being gay?" To:
"If reelected do you think we will have another armed conflict while still in Iraq?"
None of our questions were answered.
"He is definitely an extremely busy man, but he still finds plenty of time to devote to us," Barbara and Jenna wrote jointly in the Internet chat
program sponsored by the Bush-Cheney campaign.
"Two months after September 11, when our father and our country were dealing with a huge national tragedy, he still found time to throw us a party
for our 20th birthday.
"We invited 20 of our friends down to Camp David for the weekend, and although our dad had a lot on his mind, he still spent plenty of time with us
and our friends, making sure everyone felt welcome."
Asked to describe the president in one sentence, they praised him and said: "He always keeps us and our mom laughing."
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As you can see, the only questions they were interested in were light ice breaking questions you might find on the disney channel. Like the
intricacies of what type of music they liked or what world leaders they have met. This did not represent a political conversation in any way shape or
form. It felt like pillow talk at a high school sleep over.
[edit on 7-24-2004 by Valhall]