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Reply #17: The PRESS meowed that W was "likeable" -- he was always a smirking, spoiled, entitled preppie [View All]

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cloudythescribbler Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-19-08 08:26 AM
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17. The PRESS meowed that W was "likeable" -- he was always a smirking, spoiled, entitled preppie
Likeable? Good God! Think for yourself! It didn't take any time at all for me to see that this preppie who had always been able to enjoy "success" regardless of the degree of his actual failure, who presided over an UNMATCHED number of executions in TX (which has a 'weak' governorship, by the way, hence the ludicrous exaggeration
about his bringing the parties together for change), who didn't even know when asked who the head of state of India was. The press and all the justifiers of the lying all went to town about how that wasn't important and was just playing gotcha, including one op-ed writer who expressed doubt that JFK would know the names of four "obscure" world leaders (Chiang Kai-shek? Nehru? I don't think so).

W Bush was only touted as 'someone you would like to have a beer with' in contrast to Al Gore, who insisted on always speaking as if he were addressing a third grade class.
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