posted on Apr, 14 2004 @ 09:38 AM
The alleged Double Ivy League graduate-"First MBA President"-former CEO-former Governor-and current figurehead President
made it through
another public speaking engagement without, visibly, crapping his pants.....though one can not be certain given the advanced tech applied to the adult
Do you people hold the bar as low for yourselves as you do for this ignorant national embarrassment? Really, "Venomous Liberal Slant"....is that
what I'll be accused of as well? Granted many of you are not that far from your teen years, if not still a teen now, and don't have the same wealth
of experience as some of us...so let me be clear: Anyone not tied to the dynastic American Clans, those who've worked for what they got, would not
have anywhere near a lack of eloquence and vapidness of thought as your false idol Bush has. Especially with that sort of resume. All it indicates is
a charmed life - not accomplishment or mental acuity.
And, He's a Coward:
Q. Mr. President, Why are you and the vice president insisting on appearing together before the 9/11 commission? And Mr. President, who will you be
handing the Iraqi government over to on June 30?
A. We'll find that out soon. That's what Mr. Brahimi is doing. He's figuring out the nature of the entity we'll be handing sovereignty over. And
secondly, because the the 9/11 commission wants to ask us questions. That's why we're meeting, and I look forward to meeting with them and answering
Q. Mr. President, I was asking why you're appearing together rather than separately, which was their request.
A. Because it's a good chance for both of us to answer questions that the 9/11 commission is looking forward to asking us, and I'm looking forward
to answering them.
Let's see. Hold on for a minute. Oh — I've got some must calls, I'm sorry
Q. In the last campaign, you were asked a question about the biggest mistake you'd made in your life and you used to like to joke that it was trading
Sammy Sosa. You've looked back before 9/11 for what mistakes might have been made. After 9/11, what would your biggest mistake be, would you say? And
what lessons have you learned from it?
A. Hmmm. I wish you'd have given me this written question ahead of time so I could plan for it. I'm sure historians will look back and say,
Gosh, he could have done it better this way or that way. You know, I just — I'm sure something will pop into my head here in the midst of this press
conference with all the pressure of trying to come up with an answer, but it hadn't yet.
Q. Following on both Judy and John's questions, and it comes out of what you just said in some ways, with public support for your policies in Iraq
falling off the way they have quite significantly over the past couple of months, I guess I'd like to know if you feel in any way that you've failed
as a communicator on this top?
A. Gosh, I don't know.
Q. Well, you deliver a lot of speeches. And a lot of them contain similar phrases and they vary very little from one to the next. And they often
include a pretty upbeat assessment of how things are going with the exception of ——
A. I didn't think ——
Q. —— pretty somber assessment this evening.
A. Pretty somber assessment today, Don.
Q. I guess I just wonder if you feel that you have failed in any way? You don't have many of these press conferences where you engage in this kind of
exchange. Have you failed in any way to make the case to the American public?
A. I guess if you put it into a political context, that's the kind of thing the voters will decide next November. That's what elections are
about. They'll take a look at me and my opponent and say let's see which one of them can better win the war on terror. Who best can see to it that
Iraq emerges as a free society. And Don, you know if I tried to fine tune my messages based upon polls I think I'd be pretty ineffective. I know I
would be disappointed in myself. .
So, you know the real power behind the throne is Dick Cheney, else why would the pResident decline to stand on his own feet & answer?
So, you know the real truth behind a Bush press "confrence": scripted down to the last T.
So, you know that he's actually made a single thought of merit come out of his mouth last night: Voters WILL
decide on his brand of