Yeah, that misunderestimate word got me, does that mean that you overestimated something or what? Sometimes I do think Bush is just mangling his words, but you sometimes get the sense that he really doesn't know what he is talking about, and he tries to cover it with a bunch of big words, that he mangles.<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
<br>Aye! this is the very example I sited yesterday<br>How can you fawn-over one member's opinion,<br>while preventing other foreign nationals to give <br>voice to the news & opinion from their country<br>just because you don't necessarily agree with it.<br><br>...even though in this case we happen to... <br><br>
There are a lot of very intelligent people who just happen to be inarticulate. For some reason the connection between that powerful brain and the mouth is somehow flawed. On the other hand, you have some real Dumbasses® Morons™ who are extremely glib despite their lack of intellect.<br><br>Bush does not fit either of these categories, since he has no brain at all!<br><br>
i don't think bush is dumb. i think he is probably pretty average with below average verbal skills. hopefully he is an analytic thinker who just can't express himself well. more and more evidence is indicating otherwise, unfortunately.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
this quote from a Chinese official isn't something you see every day either: "It's better for the US to shut up"<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>The Bush administration came to power convinced that China was America's strategic competitor. But then came 9/11. To Beijing's enormous relief, Washington's focus shifted to terrorism, and there was less attention on China's discreet military build-up.<br><br>Nevertheless, Pentagon planners are concerned about developments, and US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has said much of China's arms spending is being concealed.<br><br>Ambassador Sha responded strongly to the allegations. "It's better for the US to shut up," he said. "Keep quiet. It's much, much better."<p><hr></blockquote><p><a href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4797903.stm">link here</a><br><br>amazing how nice the war on terror has been for the Chinese gov't. they were forgotten and they've used the time to start building a navy that will help them keep the U.S. out of the Taiwan Straits -- Clinton was able to send a few ships there in his tenure to keep China at bay. Bush has effectively given up on this front.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
I seriously doubt China is ever forgotten about. And Clinton allowed the technology to lob multiple warheads at us to be sold to China in gratitude for multiple contributions to the DNC. <br><br>***Leoville
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