Monday, July 17, 2006

Froomkin on Bush's bluntness

White House Briefing -- Froomkin reviews the curse heard round the world: "And what do we learn?

That even when he thinks the public isn't watching, Bush doesn't put on airs. He's garrulous and a little vulgar, he talks while he chews, and he's a little unclear on geography. And, contrary to the speculation that he is turning into some sort of carefully calibrating multilateralist, he doesn't do nuance. He's nothing if not blunt."


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