President Bush and U.S. Air Force Academy graduate Theodore Shiveley, from Plano, Texas, bump chests and others, during the Air Force Academy graduation ceremony, Wednesday, May 28, 2008, in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Listen I know its the 21 Century, and who knows if Im just getting tooooo old ( 33 ). But not for nothing can someone tell Micheal Jackson ( OH I mean President Bush ) that playtime happens like this anytime between Pre-School and Grad-School or if your career is Sports. Mr Bush you are President of the United States, act like it. ( Oh wait, Why should he now??? ) One more year left..... I need to hear your comments. Maybe a Fresh Thought or 2 may change my mind. MAYBE...
I have often thought about the pressure (from all arenas and individuals) on a President. Imagine having to stay emotionally strong with so much condemnation and perception (twisted or not) from other people. Is it any wonder entertainers go bonkers, presidents have sex with interns, or say stupid things...or do silly things with that amount of "pressure" on them from an entire nation and world?
I think it's great he can act fun...he deserves it. Now if it was sex with an intern, I would (and did) draw the line because it was an abuse of power and position and youth.
President Bush is already having plenty of fun -- hiding out from photographers at McCain's fundraisers, ducking reporters who are asking about Scott McClellan's new book ("What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception") and trying to decide the best timing for dropping bombs on Iran (to give McCain a boost in the November elections.)
by Nina L James 6 years ago
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by siftlibra 10 years ago
i'm a Chinese student.According to the news and many reports about George Walker Bush in my country, he turns out to be very stupid and even is regarded as the foolishest president in the history of USA.but i'm confused that if he is as dull as that,how could he be selected as president?Is there...
by Scott Belford 4 years ago
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by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
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by Ralph Deeds 6 years ago
http://www.philly.com/philly/news/polit … nfair.html"It's been unrelenting. The day after Obama took office, Rush Limbaugh told Sean Hannity he wanted him to "fail." Later, Glenn Beck called the president a "racist" with a "deep-seated hatred of white...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
If Mitt Romney wins the presidency, what would the affects be on the economy and society in general? Furthermore, how would YOU feel about a Romney win?
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