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Monday, July 17, 2006

Bush curses Hezbollah. Oh my!

"It wasn't meant to be overheard."

So begins this article by AP reporter Jeannine Aversa. Of course, she then proceeds to report what "wasn't meant to be overheard". This reminds me of Reagan's infamous slip over an open mic, "My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes." It was light-hearted banter then and this article about Bush is light-hearted banter (and some candid commentary) as well. Let's see some of the SCANDALOUS things Dubya said....

(referring to the United Nations):
"See the irony is that what they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this s--- and it's over," Bush told Blair as he chewed on a buttered roll.

Umm. Yeah. OK, nothing scandalous there. Maybe it gets better.

Bush expresses amazement that it will take some leaders as many as eight hours to fly home - about the same time it will take Air Force One with Bush aboard to return to Washington.

"You eight hours? Me, too. Russia's a big country and you're a big country," Bush said, at one point telling a waiter he wanted Diet Coke. "Takes him eight hours to fly home. Russia's big and so is China. Yeah Blair, what're you doing? Are you leaving."

Hmm. Well I'm sure the moonbats will hop onto the "You eight hours?" / "You Tarzan" -like comments, but it IS only one side of a two-sided conversation we're getting here, so I guess it WOULD sound a little silly to the outside observer. Still though...nothing scandalous. Maybe they're holding back on us...

Bush thanked Blair for the gift of a sweater and joked that he knew Blair had picked it out personally. "Absolutely," Blair responded, with a laugh.

A stickler for keeping to his schedule, Bush could also be heard telling Russian President Vladimir Putin, "We've got to keep this thing moving. I have to leave at 2:15. They want me out of town so to free up your security forces."

Oh my gosh! Can you believe that Bush?, I dunno what was really in here that was so "news-worthy" that they decided to post this rather than something far more spelling bee or something.

Ahh...the life of an AP Reporter....

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