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8.23.2006

Not A Chance

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Too many big words for someone who has just learned to read. "Sound it out Georgie!"

Anonymous said...

Unless it has Crayons .. He hasnt read it ;)

Anonymous said...

I am a constant reader - I read about an hour a night. I could NEVER finish this many books in a summer - not to mention read and run the country -oh - but - well that explains it.

Anonymous said...

come on now. just because you don't agree with him, he does have a university education. Reading is completely different from your perception of his political policies. I don't think he read them all obviously, but the books aren't out of the question.

Anonymous said...

Is there anything he says or states that we can believe?
Why lie when the truth would be easier?
You said it yourself ... "I don't think he read them all obviously, but the books aren't out of the question."
Its not the books .. it's the lies?

Anonymous said...

George read little. George listens to advisers. George seldom questions anything because he'd have to form a question. But he got elected (sort of) and we're stuck with him. This is a by product of our democratic method - with the not-so-well-qualified being elected by the not-so-well-informed.

Anonymous said...

This is more likely Laura Bush’s reading list. She is the librarian and I am sure she has read these…..there is the answer: she read them to George…..you know, like the mom reads to the children every night before bed LOL

TXsharon said...

9:27 anon He is a university student who earned a C-. Impressive.

Anonymous said...

Hey TxSheehan, What was kerry or gore's grade average. gore flunked bible. Brilliant

Anonymous said...

12:22 - you are correct about Gore and Kerry. Actually Bush had slightly better grades at Yale than Kerry. The difference has been how these men have matured since college. George seems to have completely shut down his intellectual curiosity. All he finds important is his establishing "contacts" and using his name identification. We can debate this forever - let's leave it to history to judge these men.

ANOYASSTAPPER said...

Clinton,Kerry,Gore .... Cigar,ketchup,DUH . Any questions ?

Anonymous said...

Yale and Harvard both disagree with you. Small time lawyers wouldn't have such a reading list.