I've been reading the above-titled book by Mark Crispin Miller, and I thought I'd share some classic "Bushisms" with you. A number of these are familiar, but many of them I'd never heard before: My only regret about this book is that it was written in 2001, and you know there has to be a treasure trove of mangled Bush verbiage since then. There's a lot of other good material in the book, passages far too long to reprint here. Much of it is interview material in which Bush equivocates, denies facts, changes the subject, or simply doesn't answer the questions put to him. I keep hearing that this guy is not the moron he's made out to be, but I think I'd concede that point in only one area: he's an expert at dissembling.