17 Jul

Gasp…Bush Says A Cuss Word

                                       

The shrill cries from the left and media about Bush saying a *GASP* cuss word is quite amusing.

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Someone, probably an aide, asks Bush something, evidently whether he wants prepared closing remarks for the end of the summit:

Bush: No. Just gonna make it up. I’m not going to talk too damn long like the rest of them. Some of these guys talk too long.

The camera is focused elsewhere and it is not clear whom Bush is talking to, but possibly Chinese President Hu Jintao, a guest at the summit.

Bush: Gotta go home. Got something to do tonight. Go to the airport, get on the airplane and go home. How about you? Where are you going? Home?

Bush: This is your neighborhood. It doesn’t take you long to get home. How long does it take you to get home?

Reply is inaudible.

Bush: “Eight hours? Me too. Russia’s a big country and you’re a big country.”

At this point, the president seems to bring someone else into the conversation.

Bush: It takes him eight hours to fly home.

He turns his attention to a server.

Bush: No, Diet Coke, Diet Coke.

He turns back to whomever he was talking with.

Bush: It takes him eight hours to fly home. Eight hours. Russia’s big and so is China.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair approaches.

Bush: Blair, what are you doing? You leaving?

Blair: No, no, no, not yet.

Blair, standing over Bush as the president eats, tries to engage on the stalled global trade negotiations.

Blair: On this trade thing . . .

Some of the ensuing conversation is inaudible. Blair evidently wants Bush to make a statement on the talks.

Bush: If you want me to. I just want some movement. Yesterday, I didn’t see much movement. The desire’s to move.

Blair: No, no there’s not. It may be that it’s impossible.

Bush: I’ll be glad to say it. Who’s introducing me?

Blair: Angela. [German Chancellor Angela Merkel ]

Bush: Tell her to call on me. Tell her to put me on the spot.

Bush then changes the subject, presumably to a gift Blair must have given him for his recent 60th birthday.

Bush: Thanks for the sweater. Awfully thoughtful of you. I know you picked it out yourself.

Blair: Oh, absolutely.

Both of them laugh. Then Bush turns serious, asking Blair about comments apparently made about the Middle East crisis by U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan, another guest at the summit.

Bush: What about Kofi? That seems odd. I don’t like the sequence of it. His attitude is basically ceasefire and [then] everything else happens. You know what I’m saying?

Blair: Yeah. No, I think — the thing that’s really difficult is we can’t stop this unless you get this international presence agreed. Now, I know what you guys have talked about but it’s the same thing.

The next remarks are inaudible, but the conversation turns to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.

Blair: . . . see how reliable that is. But you need that done quickly.

Bush: Yeah, she’s going. I think Condi’s going to go pretty soon.

Blair: Right. Well, that’s, that’s, that’s all that matters. If you — see, it’ll take some time to get out there. But at least it gives people a –

Bush: A process, I agree. I told her your offer too.

It’s unclear what offer he means, but apparently Blair offered to make some sort of public statement.

Blair: Well, it’s only if it’s — I mean, you know, if she’s gotta — or if she needs the ground prepared, as it were. Obviously, if she goes out, she’s got to succeed, as it were, whereas I can just go out and talk.

Bush: See, the irony is what they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this shit, and it’s over.

Blair: Who, Syria?

Bush: Right.

Blair: I think this is all part of the same thing. What does he think? He thinks if Lebanon turns out fine, if we get a solution in Israel and Palestine, Iraq goes in the right way, he’s [inaudible ] . That’s what this whole thing’s about. It’s the same with Iran.

Bush: I felt like telling Kofi to get on the phone with Assad and make something happen. We’re not blaming Israel. We’re not blaming the Lebanese government.”

At this point, Blair notices the microphone and turns it off.

Mike at Mike’s America notices that FoxNews has a better transcript of the end of this tape:

Blair: I think this is all part of the same thing. What does he [Syrian President Assad] think? He thinks if Lebanon turns out fine, if we get a solution in Israel and Palestine, Iraq goes in the right way,

[note: at this point the Fox News video transcript captures the following more accurately]

Bush: He’s through.

Blair: He’s had it, that’s what this whole thing’s about. It’s the same with Iran.

Bush: I felt like telling Kofi to get on the phone with Assad and make something happen. We’re not blaming Israel. We’re not blaming the Lebanese government.”

At this point, Blair notices the microphone and turns it off.

It's amusing that the left believes the President should not be human.  He should talk like an executive every single hour of every single day…..what baloney.  The dummies at DummiesU are all in a tizzy, this coming from people who cannot form a 10 word sentence without cussing 3 or 4 times. 

The thing is that people are focusing on the word rather then the plain spoken message.  They need to stop this *shit*.  Syria and Iran hold all the cards on this little war, they tell their people, Hamas and Hizbollah, to cut this shit out and give back the soldiers and it stops.  How is this not telling it like it is?

As far as the leftwing nutbags claiming that a truly religious man would not cuss, give me a break.  He is religious but has never said that God is talking to him, or some other crazy *shit*….he is human and is obviously letting off a bit of steam about those behind this episode.  But still the left love to hold his religion against him.

Does the left believe that prior Presidents spoke in the public politician mode while in private?  Geez.

Lyndon Johnson:

Johnson was well known for his coarse language and occasionally unrefined behavior. While not a gaffe in office, an embarrassingly personal tape of LBJ ordering pants from Joe Haggar on August 9, 1964, was later released to the public. In it Johnson belches, complains about the pants riding up and cutting him "where your nuts hang" when he gains a little weight, like "riding a wire fence," and asks for more material "around under my bunghole" that he can let out if need be. listen to clip

Last thought, some on the left aisle are saying that Bush's manner of speaking in a PRIVATE conversation was undignified and unbecoming the leader of the free world.

I guess they give a dignity pass to the leader of the free world getting an intern to give him a blowjob….now thats dignified!

Riiiiiight. 

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Last thought, some on the left aisle are saying that Bush’s manner of speaking in a PRIVATE conversation was undignified and unbecoming the leader of the free world.

I guess they give a dignity pass to the leader of the free world getting an intern to give him a blow***….now thats dignified!

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5 Responses to Gasp…Bush Says A Cuss Word

  1. I had to listen very closely to a couple of the video excerpts out there to get the best transcript. I’d still like to find a full video of the session, or just the audio.

    I can’t figure out where Sky News got this bit about Assad being “Sweet” or “honey” unless everyone else missed something that they heard.

    All in all a very revealing look at what goes on behind the scenes and our man, President Bush was standing fast on principle the whole way.

    And as for speaking this way to the press, wouldn’t you love to see President Bush have a frank and candid talk with that NBC idiot David Gregory? Imagine how that conversation might go…..

    http://haloscan.com/comments/hiltonhead/115319593591334325/#193682

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  2. Curt says: 2

    Just checked out that WaPo transcript Mike and your right, way better. Gonna go change it now…..thx for the heads up.

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  3. carol johnson says: 3

    I gotta wonder how Mike Hammer would have reacted to the FBI investigating, two guys from TN shooting a book (koran), as a “hate” crime. Sigh…guess it is not that kind of world anymore.

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  4. Jo says: 4

    The left’s lack of substance in anything causes them to grab onto a four letter word instead of the whole of the conversation. Just glaringly shows where their priorities are.

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  5. ordi says: 5

    The left just needs to grow up.

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