Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Missed the first 15 minutes or so, but the rest...


Was I the only one that found his smirking a little childish? The man even smirked when he talked about Darfur. Sheesh. Maybe President Bush was thinkin, "Srew it, I'm outta here."

And what about the hooting and hollering coming from the Republican side? Say what you want about the state of our government, let's keep some decorum. What is this, Monday night football?

and a qoute from Andrew Sullivan:
"I tried not to watch it and failed. It felt phoned in. The contrast between the banal cheeriness of the president's demeanor and the grave threats he faces was unsettling. It's good for a president to have some emotional resilience in that job. But Bush seems almost pathologically detached from any real understanding of the effects of what he says and does. If you're him, that's probably a good thing. If you're anybody else, it's horrifying."

It's called, cognitive dissonance.



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