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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by zimv20, Nov 13, 2005.
awwwwww...... poor baby.
Does Robert Novak writing about Bush being upset with his staff portend a shake up?
It's hard work.
He has to be sure to get his 12hrs of sleep.
I know someone who decorates the white house at xmas. She says the clintons parties went on for ever, but with the bushes the parties end abruptly.
Just like toddlers do. Plus, the president has an extra advantage ... he can always grab some winks during one of his scintillating press conferences.
Except for the bedtime stuff, the article is pretty damn vague about exactly what Bush was upset about. Did he expect that the NSC staff would have had the protestors held in pens a mile away from the meeting? Did he think that all the other leaders' arms would have been twisted way before the meeting, so that all there remained to do was walk in and sign some trade agreements?
That's how it is for him here. Of course he expects it elsewhere too; when everything has been handed to you your whole life it becomes routine to get what you want. When you don't get what you want you become upset, and that usually gets you what you want again.
Argentines don't get cranking until after 22:00, especially for a big dinner. And he's still that oblivious to other cultural settings? Sounds like yet another reminder of how U.S. circumstance in other cultures has enjoyed precious little pomp.
It made me sneeze too.
Perhaps an Edward cold?
WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS MAN!?! HOW THE **** DID HE BECOME PRESIDENT!?! Ok, I'm gonna calm down now.