The Ultimate George W. Bushisms: Bush at War with the English Language
Jacob Weisberg (Author)
DescriptionThis business about graceful exit just simply has no realism to it at all. As the end of the Bush era approaches, the legacy is clear: George W. Bush is a wartime president. His enemy, battered but not defeated after repeated surges: the English language. The ultimate edition of George W. Bushisms captures this legacy -- from the Gulf Coast to Iraq and back -- with all-new pearls of wisdom and the twenty-five greatest hits of the entire presidency. You know, when I campaigned here in 2000, I said, I want to be a war president. No president wants to be a war president, but I am one. I think -- tide turning -- see, as I remember -- I was raised in the desert, but tides kind of -- it's easy to see a tide turn -- did I say those words?
November 01, 2007
5.06 X 0.25 X 7.96 inches | 0.25 pounds
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About the Author
Jacob Weisberg is chairman and editor-in-chief of The Slate Group and the former editor of Slate magazine. Weisberg is the author of The Bush Tragedy and is the creator of the "Bushisms" book series. He previously worked for The New Republic and was a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, and a columnist for the Financial Times. He lives in New York City.