Bravo to Today's Papers at Slate.com for the following observation about an online chat with Bush daughters Jenna and Barbara:

... [A]lthough the Q & A seemed to develop onscreen in near-real time, a spokeswoman for the girls later admitted to him that "some responses had been prepared in advance." Yeah, you might say that.

An excerpt from Jenna and Barb: "Our Dad is a man of strong and principled character. If he says he is going to do something, he will do it. ... And now even his critics can't argue that he is a steadfast leader who means what he says and acts with resolve."

George W. at an earlier press conference: "There is a resolve by these world leaders that is a heartening resolve. ... We must remain steadfast and strong. ... One thing is for certain, though, about me—and the world has learned this—when I say something, I mean it."

Nice job in doing the New York Times story one better.


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