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The Deluxe Election Edition Bushisms: The First Term, in His Own Special Words

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The Bush era has been a special time -- for the deficit (back, and larger than ever), for the countries formerly known as our allies, and for the English language. Here it all is, straight from the horse's, er, mouth.With new Bushisms coming fast and furious in this election season, ace Bushism editor Jacob Weisberg offers a must-read compendium and "explanation" of the fi ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published May 4th 2004 by Fireside (first published 2004)
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Nicole Yovanoff
Feb 15, 2014 Nicole Yovanoff rated it it was ok
The book cost me 50 cents from a garage sale, so I'm glad it didn't cost too much. its fairly funny if you are politically left, but at some point in the book you start to feel bad for the former president because he is so verbally inept. Its fun to have as a reference, but just okay as a book.
Barb Gaynor
Jan 19, 2015 Barb Gaynor rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
We will be stuck with him forever

Will this creacture ever go away. The Hague on crimes against humanity with his pal Cheny would be a good start.
BG in SF




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Jun 06, 2008 Megan rated it it was amazing
I cannot believe this is the man in charge and isn't a rag boy at a car wash somewhere. Not that there's anything wrong with working at the car wash!
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Shelves: owned-books
Bush’s “mastery” of the English language is collected in this handy volume for all to see.
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Jun 26, 2009 Michael rated it really liked it
A chronicle of Bush 43's way with words. Consistently astonishing and often very funny.
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My stomach hurts from laughing so much and my head hurts due to his "potential mential!"
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Shelves:
if you want to know the truth about this idiot in chief this is the guide
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Hilarious...what a moron.
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Always entertaining!!!
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Jacob Weisberg is an American political journalist, serving as editor-in-chief of Slate Group, a division of The Washington Post Company. Weisberg is also a Newsweek columnist. He served as the editor of Slate magazine for six years, until stepping down in June 2008. He is the son of Lois Weisberg, a Chicago social activist and connector celebrated in Malcolm Gladwell's book The Tipping Point. Wei ...more
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