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Bush on 60 Minutes

I missed President Bush on 60 Minutes last night because I was busy watching "24." (I am at least honest enough to admit it.) Actually I tried to record it, but missed it since I never correctly guess when the ballgame will end. Thankfully, Allah has a summary and commentary of the interview, along with video, at Hot Air. In some of the interview I see the George Bush that I love -- the George Bush that so enrages those on the left.

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It's not just the left that... (Below threshold)

It's not just the left that W enrages anymore. The Conways Blog at NRO reports on the firing of Harriet Miers for insufficient legal expertise considering the storm ahead. Yet she was Bush's first pick for the Supreme Court. Pols are PISSED at this one!

I think it says something a... (Below threshold)

I think it says something about a president's relevance when even his most staunch supporters on the looney right can't pull themselves away from their favorite TV show to watch him.

Maybe it's that there's just something more comforting about watching Jack Bauer competently execute a War on Terror than watching George Bush flail around during the sunset days of his mess of a presidency.

I think it says something ... (Below threshold)
Rob LA Ca.:

I think it says something about a president's relevance when even his most staunch supporters on the looney Left continue to fail to create any honorable legacy for his criminal ass. Who have also yet to rid themselves of the images seared in their memories the activities that took place in the Oval Office, The loser Fraud Kerry that fooled noone and their miserable existence as slaves to the party of criminal frauds.

As long as they are crying and lying about someone else , it keeps their minds occupied from facing the reality about themselves. Miserable frustrating years of lies and self pity compounding daily by the fact that we have no need , desire or reason whatsoever to subject ourselves to such misery. Sorry fools , homey don't play that.

You have to live i... (Below threshold)

You have to live in a sheltered fantasy land to believe that Bush "enrages the left" He enrages anyone with an ounce of patriotism and reason.

I force myself to watch every speech, press confrence and news event, and like the speech last Wed. I watch it several times.

There is something wrong with our presidents brain.

I suggest for those conservatives just too busy with 24, or Lost or Hannity to get a TIVO.

There are going to be a lot of hearings on CSPAN over the next few months that just should not be missed.

"lavaflow"--still can't get... (Below threshold)

"lavaflow"--still can't get over the fact that Bush kicked you whiney ass liberals ass TWICE can you? Hilliarous!

lava is enraged, but I'm no... (Below threshold)

lava is enraged, but I'm not, as my man had better grades in college than either Bore or Fairy, and despite his thick Texas drawl, is our President.

Now, if we can just get him and Cheney to institute a coup after the 2008 election, and stay in office another 10 years a la that lib. heart throb, Hugo Chavez!

Viva El Bush! YeeYeeYee!

PELLEY: Do you think you ow... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

PELLEY: Do you think you owe the Iraqi people an apology for not doing a better job?

BUSH: That we didn't do a better job or they didn't do a better job?
PELLEY: Well, that the United States did not do a better job in providing security after the invasion.

BUSH: Not at all. I am proud of the efforts we did. We liberated that country from a tyrant. I think the Iraqi people owe the American people a huge debt of gratitude, and I believe most Iraqis express that. I mean, the people understand that we've endured great sacrifice to help them. That's the problem here in America. They wonder whether or not there is a gratitude level that's significant enough in Iraq.

In the most favorite piece of hackneyed dialog of 24..'What are you talking about?" President Bush.

C'mon Iraq why aren't you expressing the huge debt of gratitude you owe us, for plunging your country into a civil war in which 600,000 Iraqis have died and over a million fled? Shame on Iraq for not rolling over and accepting all the great still born plans we had for them, drawn from the Pentagon and the White House.

Mitchell,So after 20... (Below threshold)

So after 200 plus years it's time to trash the constitution? At least you're honest enough to embrace your fascist tendencies.

Mitchell,I really ... (Below threshold)


I really wasn't calling you a fascist.

I was just trying to make the point that the American Democratic Party is to Chavez's Democratic Socialist Party as the American Republican Party is to Hitler's Nazi Party: both statements being equally absurd.

Please accept my apology.



In some of the interview... (Below threshold)

In some of the interview I see the George Bush that I love -- the George Bush that so enrages those on the left.

That's what's wrong with the right these days. Instead of loving a president for his policies and results, you love him simply because the majority of the country is angry with him.

Mitchel,I hope you... (Below threshold)


I hope you're kidding. I would expect that if Bush and Cheney did have a coup in 2008 some patriot would step foward and execute them.

The oath of office pledges not to the country, or to it's citizens, but to the Constitution itself. A coup would be the highest form of treason, and would deserve the ultimate penalty.

You really want a King? Is that it? Why are you so eager to sell yourself into slavery?

jhow66,Get over it... (Below threshold)


Get over it? They're 2 of the darkest days in this country's history.

BTW, I still see a lot of posters here supporting the Iraq War.
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