Sunday, November 19, 2006

Our Commander And Chief, Afraid To Get Out Of His Limousine

In 2000, tens of thousands of Hanoi’s residents poured into the streets to witness the visit of the first American head of state since the end of the Vietnam War. Mr. Clinton toured the thousand-year-old Temple of Literature, grabbed lunch at a noodle shop, argued with Communist Party leaders about American imperialism and sifted the earth for the remains of a missing airman.

On Saturday, Mr. Bush’s national security adviser, Stephen J. Hadley, conceded that the president had not come into direct contact with ordinary Vietnamese, but said that they connected anyway.

“If you’d been part of the president’s motorcade as we’ve shuttled back and forth,” he said, reporters would have seen that “the president has been doing a lot of waving and getting a lot of waving and smiles.”

Ha ha ha. A lot of waving and getting a lot of waving and smiles. THIS is OUR president? So afraid to even get out of his car and come into contact with one measly person?

Is there any more proof the American people need to confirm that this man is completely out of touch with ordinary people? He's a stick figure, period.

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