"I never thought I'd be sitting next to an Iraqi president of a free country a year and a half ago," said Bush. "It's been a proud day for me."—NY Times, June 10
"I appreciate people’s opinions, but I’m more interested in news," the president said. "And the best way to get the news is from objective sources, and the most objective sources I have are people on my staff who tell me what’s happening in the world."—The Associated Press, September 22
A proud day? If he only gets news from his "objective sources", maybe he really doesn't know what's gone in Iraq, what a joke the appointed government is, or how bad the security situation looks.
-Daddy Brooklyn 07:32 EST |