Bush on Letterman now.....greenspun.com : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread
Should be interesting.....
-- Johnny Canuck (email@example.com), October 19, 2000
I dont have any audio, ther is a meaage up AUDIO TROUBLE, is this a local problem or is anyone else having this???
-- jeff (Jeff@silence.com), October 19, 2000.
....or maybe not.
Bush didn't IMHO do much to dispel the notion that he is an affable dim bulb. He doesn't seem to have much fire in his belly; he reminded me of the time Bob Dole was asked in 96 what he was going to do if he became president. Dole replied "I'm just gonna serve my country." Nothing about his vision for the country etc.
Letterman was kind of tame, too. Decidedly earnest and he didn't crack too many jokes. Best part of the interview was when he pressed Bush on the death penalty issue.
Salon.com has posted a review of the Bush-Letterman encounter at
-- Johnny Canuck (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 20, 2000.
Bush announced the Top 10 list during the show. (I loved #2)...
10.To save taxpayer dollars, calls to winning sports teams will be collect
9.New rule at cabinet meetings -- you can't talk until you ride the mechanical bull
8.Goodbye boring presidential radio address -- hello "Dick Cheney Spins The Hits of the 80's, 90's and Today"
7.Make sure the White House library has lots of books with big print and pictures
6.Just for fun, issue executive order commanding my brother Jeb to wash my car
5.First day in office my mother's face goes up on Mount Rushmore
4.Look into hiring a security guard for our nuclear secrets
3.Will not get sick on Japanese leaders like other President Bushes I know
2.Give Oval Office one heck of a scrubbing
1.Tax relief for all Americans -- except smart aleck talk show hosts
-- CD (email@example.com), October 20, 2000.