Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Bush: This Is A Two-Term President?

11.16.05 - The election of George Bush for a second term to the most important office in the world remains the greatest mystery of this young century. How did he manage that achievement? This man can't even talk. Listen to some of the things he says:

"If it were to rain a lot, there is concern from the Army Corps of Engineers that the levees might break. And so, therefore, we're cautious about encouraging people to return at this moment of history."—Washington, D.C., Sept. 19, 2005

"I think younger workers—first of all, younger workers have been promised benefits the government—promises that have been promised, benefits that we can't keep. That's just the way it is."—Washington, D.C., May 4, 2005

"Anyway, I'm so thankful, and so gracious—I'm gracious that my brother Jeb is concerned about the hemisphere as well."—Miami, Fla., June 4, 2001

Compared to other two-term Presidents—FDR, Reagan, Washington to name a few—is he even in the same league? You've got to be kidding.