It's no secret that Bush is appallingly vacuous and incoherent whenever he
has to answer a question that he hasn't been prepped for. Here are a few
excerpts from his recent appearance at Johns Hopkins University:
The Presidency Is No Place for a Smart person
We're a influential nation, and so, therefore, many problems come
to the Oval Office. And you don't know what those problems are
going to be, which then argues for having smart people around.
That's why you ought to serve in government if you're not going to
be the President. You have a chance to influence policy by giving
good recommendations to the President.
Return of Complete, Blithering Nonsense
I appreciate that very much. I wasn't kidding -- I was going to --
I pick up the phone and say, Mr. Secretary, I've got an interesting
question. This is what delegation -- I don't mean to be dodging the
question, although it's kind of convenient in this case, but never
-- I really will -- I'm going to call the Secretary and say you
brought up a very valid question, and what are we doing about it?
That's how I work. I'm -- thanks.
What's An "Integral"?
Economic development provides hope. And so, you bet. It's an
integral of our policy.
Too Many Talking Points For One Tiny Brain
I think we need to be -- understand that we're a nation of
immigrants, that we ought to be compassionate about this debate and
provide a -- obviously, we've got to secure the border and enforce
Wouldn't it be nice if we had a president who could speak in coherent
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