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Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by GringoTex, Nov 19, 2004.
Nice try, but no cigar.
Yes it it.
What? He needs black people to open his doors?
he's just lucky he didn't fall through a window.
He says what he means and means what he says!
Thanks to his child-like brain, he doesn't want to be left behind!
Pretty good. Doesn't have swastikas, or blood dripping from the talons of Satan triumphant, but it's pretty close.
Actually this photo illustrates Bush's restraint and dignity; he should have pushed Bubba out the door, to the ground, and stomped on him!
It's like they were running to get the last deferment from Vietnam.
Nice. Like a little kid at his big brother's graduation trying to steal attention on the big day. he couldn't wait 2 seconds to walk behind the man who's library is being opened??? what a baby...
Well, at least he's trying to edge his way in resolutley and with strong moral values.
i would have gone with this one...
Here is the character of my President. This was a disturbing incident. Makes one's mind wonder about whether Chilean security personnel were compromised from within. Separate the President from Secret Service and then assassination attempt?
A US Secret Service officer, center, argues with Chilean police officers at the entrance of the Mapocho Space right after some members of President George W. Bush were not allowed to enter with him to a state dinner for APEC leaders.
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) stops while walking with his wife Laura (2nd-L) and Chilean President Ricardo Lagos (L), when he noticed that his secret service agents were arguing with Chilean police that stopped them from entering the Estacion Mapocho cultural center for the state dinner at the APEC leaders meeting in Santiago. President Bush himself returned to the door to make sure one of his agents was allowed to enter the building, after he noticed the commotion from inside.
U.S. President George W. Bush (2L) reaches out to retrieve one of his secret service agents that was stopped by Chilean police from following him into the Estacion Mapocho cultural center for the state dinner at the APEC leaders meeting, in Santiago.
U.S. President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura arrive at the Estacion Mapocho Cultural Center at the APEC Summit, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004, in Santiago, Chile. To the right is the unidentified U.S. Secret Service Agent who was originally blocked from entering.
Free pretzels outside of the movie theatre or something?
Did any of you see the clip of Dubya on Letterman a few years back where he cleaned his glasses using the sweater of one of the producers during a commercial break? This is hilarious: Here's the link
Bush is such an A$$hole!
On the news here they showed the video, what happened was Bush was slightly ahead of Clinton getting to the door, but then stopped, sort of putting out his arm in a "No, you go first" motion to Clinton.
Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see.
A Dutch Bush apologist? Man, they must have improved the quality of Dutch hash since I was there last.
I actually think this one is more apt:
i guess the chilean people might have good reason to dislike all things american given that it was a CIA driven (nixon approved) coup that toppled their democratically elected president and left them with a military junta, mass murder, torture and everything thats goes with it.
Shouldn't the honoree of the day get to walk first?
And made their country the most prosperous in Latin America. Almost every Chilean I've talked to preferred Pinochet to Allende, and credit Pinochet with Chile's economic success.