Bush has cajones.

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Bush has cajones.

Postby MikeK » Sun Nov 21, 2004 3:25 pm

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Postby Bill Glasheen » Mon Nov 22, 2004 2:27 am

That was badly handled by the Chilean security. Do they REALLY want to be THAT responsible for Bush's security that they'd leave him alone like that? And leave him w/o access to "communication" and such? I think not...

Where's Michael Moore? Perhaps he has some words of wisdom to impart on us now, complete with music and a voiceover...

Bush is no slouch. The man can bench more than most men half his age. And he's obviously got a balance of both cahones and street smarts to do what he did. We rarely get to see the entorage he works with 24/7, but he shows himself here to be quite aware of his greater network even when most would be distracted.

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