Sunday, October 28, 2007

The New Week Begins...

Begins with what? Well, of course - more Bushisms, what else?

Here's the little quips made famous by good ole DUBYA himself.

Monday, October 29, 2007

"The march to war affected the people's confidence. It's hard to make investment. See, if you're a small-business owner or a large-business owner and you're thinking about investing, you've got to be optimistic when you invest. Except when you're marching to war it's not a very optimistic thought, is it? In other words, it's the opposite of optimistic when you're thinking you're going to war."
--Springfield, Missouri; February 9, 2004

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

"As you can possibly see, I have an injury myself -- not here at the hospital, but in combat with a cedar. I eventually won. The cedar gave me a little scratch."
--After visiting with wounded veterans from the Amputee Care Center of Brooke Army Medical Center; San Antonio, Texas; January 1, 2006

Wednesday, October 31, 2007 -- Happy Halloween???

"A submarine could take this place out."
--Surveying the Arkansas River while visiting the Clinton Presidential Center; Little Rock, Arkansas; November 18, 2004; as quoted in "The Guardian" (London)

Thursday, November 1, 2007

"He's kind of a--probably feeling his oats pretty good about that time."
--Describing the moment when Rabbi Mark Borovitz met his wife, Harriet; Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Conference; Los Angeles, California; March 3, 2004

Friday, November 2, 2007

"So please give cash money to organizations that are directly involved in helping save lives -- save the life who had been affected by Hurricane Katrina."
--Washington, D.C.; September 6, 2005

Saturday and Sunday, November 3/4, 2007

"I mean, if you've ever been a governor of a state, you understand the vast potential of broadband technology, you understnd how hard it is to make sure that physics, for example, is taught in every classroom in the state. It's difficult to do. It's, like, cost-prohibitive."
--Washington, D.C.; June 24, 2004

And there you have 'em - wonderful words full of wisdom. Right? Right!


Linda said...


Linda said...

Oh, and I left ya a little something over on my blog. You can pick it up here!

lattégirl said...

What he said. *eyes crossing*

Jeni said...

These quotes do kind of make you wonder at times about the value of higher education - especially a Master's Degree. I dunno - just shake my head when I enter 'em!

Smalltown RN said...

I can't figure out what the heck he is saying...I feel like I am missing something here...or was that the intent...hmmm