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Originally posted by James the Lesser
Wow, well, according to the rules in a debate don't see any no earpiece rules, so not technically wrong, like sending troops to war on "selective" information. You know, the info. Rumsfeild gave him from the Pentagon saying Iraq had WMDs while the guy put in power by Clinton at the CIA kept saying no they don't have WMDs, and when they don't, he gets fired, not Rumsfeild.....
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
One thing though, if someone was feeding him the answers, how was that done?. Is the system wired directly into his spinal cord?
It's clear even from unenhanced photos that George W. Bush has been wearing some kind of object under his clothing, both during the debates and at other public appearances. The enhancements done by NASA scientist Robert Nelson show a rectangular object with a long "tail"; in some shots a wire leading over Bush's shoulder is visible. This configuration closely resembles a PTT (Push To Talk) receiver with an induction earpiece, a device used by some actors, newscasters and politicians to allow for inaudible voice communication in a public setting. The particular model pictured here (which does not appear to be the exact type Bush wore) was manufactured by Resistance Technology, Inc. of Arden Hills, Minn.