TrumanCoyote's Reviews > George W. Bushisms: The Slate Book of Accidental Wit and Wisdom of Our 43rd President

George W. Bushisms by Jacob Weisberg
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A few good ones, but a lot of these seemed pretty petty. After all, the guy has dylsexia, so if he says "presumptive" instead of "presumptuous," it doesn't seem to me like that big of a deal. And as he said (in the roundabout fashion reminiscent of his dad): "What I'm suggesting to you is, if you can't name the foreign minister of Mexico, therefore, you know, you're not capable of what you do. But the truth of the matter is you are, whether you can or not." Mostly this book seemed like some New York(er) type snickering and smirking at somebody else's region.

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