Bush, the Every Man

Quote from a reader of the Daily Dish:

 He is just an ordinary man of average, intelligence, not there’s anything wrong with that. He doesn’t have a lot of interests. He’s not very deep. He doesn’t worry or ponder too much about life. He is sort of a simple guy, not that there’s anything wrong with that. Now, he is at the center of high pressure, high stakes, power politics. He controls trillions of dollars; he is waging a complicated war that is not going well, which was planned and orchestrated on lies, which he must justify and explain. Now, it is all coming undone. The spotlight is on him. He must speak. He must think. He must lead. It is very difficult for him. Sometimes, I feel pangs of hate for him, for what he is doing for our country. Other times, I think, “poor guy.” That’s what’s wrong with him.

He’s just a regular guy … that’s why (around half) the country voted him in twice.   And it’s why he should never have been president.

I don’t need the president to be “Likable”, I need the president to be a president.


One response to “Bush, the Every Man

  1. But Mr. Obama, I mean, here you have a REALLY likable guy. I mean, likable in the sense that people actually like him. I don’t know a lot of people who really care for Mr. Bush anymore. And Obama is super clean, I’ve heard.

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