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    Re: George Bush Book 'Decision Points' Lifted From Advisers' Books

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    What a phony, he takes other peoples writings and passes them off as his own.



    George Bush Book 'Decision Points' Lifted From Advisers' Books

    Meh.... this is the same stupid propaganda that the republicans spew out. Utter nonsense.
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    Re: George Bush Book 'Decision Points' Lifted From Advisers' Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    But pbrauer... please keep these threads coming. I do like to giggle, and sadly, tonight was the last episode of Politically Incorrect until January.

    It's a good thing Michael Moore was on the panel this week! Just about everything that came out of his mouth was either wrong or just plain stupid.
    Yes, count me in as well. I only click on News 2.0, and "Bias in the media" just to see what pbrauer is gunna say next.. LOL You know, it's almost like he isn't a real person?


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    Re: George Bush Book 'Decision Points' Lifted From Advisers' Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Again, it's ironic that the liberals who accuse President Bush of being not much of a reader or a writer are also ....not much for reading or writing.
    And they rely on HufPo and the like to give them their opinions... go figure.

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    Re: George Bush Book 'Decision Points' Lifted From Advisers' Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Well, yes, because some other, more talented people seem to have written it

    If it's true that some anecdotes were "lifted word for word," that's just sad.
    Bush takes the facts, that we read about in other works and explains how and why he came to the make the decisions that he made. His book isn't designed to be an original telling of the history, but to explain how his decision making process was shaped by those events.

    Perhaps you an Pbrauer should actually read the book, then form an opinion, vice taking someone else's word for it, just because it fits your preconceived notion. But, we already know that isn't going to happen.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: George Bush Book 'Decision Points' Lifted From Advisers' Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    They generally go over the decisions that they made during their time in office, always presenting things in a biased way to ensure they look better then they were. I perfer poli sci books writen by people like Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski, who has written some quality books. Or reading articles written by various think tanks like AEI, CFR or Jamestown for example. Some of the indepth articles are far more enlightening the having some ex politician dumb down the reasons for his actions for a mass audience
    And, there's no way Brzezinski would write a political book, that didn't make his look like a dipstick, while he was a part of one of the worst administrations in American history. Am I to actually believe that?
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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