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Thursday, May 26, 2005

Bush had tears in his voice

I had the radio on but wasn't really listening.  Then I heard President Bush who literally had tears in his voice.

Was he talking about Memorial Day?  Was he talking about the death of more soldiers in Iraq? 

Was he talking about stem cell research?  Was he announcing the death of somebody important?

Bush wasn't talking about any of those subjects.  All but the last (a theoritical) have been making me cry much this week.

He was talking about the hold-up of John Bolton's nomination/confirmation as Ambassador to The United Nations.

If anybody can explain why this is worthy of Bush's voice tearing up, please explain it to me.

Posted by Pia Savage at 07:20 PM in Right Wing Nut | Permalink


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That sounds about right. Poor little Georgie isn't getting his way so he's crying about it.

It reminds me of this Seinfeld episode where this girl didn't cry when her grandmother died; didn't show any emotion at all. Then at the end of the episode, she dropped her hot dog; it just slipped out of her hand and hit the dirt. And she started sobbing.

Posted by: Tom Harper | May 26, 2005 7:33:49 PM

Even bullies cry...

Posted by: sally | May 26, 2005 10:20:20 PM

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