President Bush in Ireland

Overall Conclusion

Bush does not appear to be fully engaged in this interview. He is putting on a front and promoting his own personal agenda.

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“But we help people [and we’ve helped the Irish and] we will continue to do so. We’ve got a good relationship with Ireland.” This charade, why do it (It doesn’t appear as though Bush is into this interview!)

“He said, the United Nations said disarm or face serious consequences, [that’s what the United] Nations said.” I need professors (He needs a little bit of help from friends.)

“But I do believe the world’s a safer place and becoming [a safer place]. I know a free Iraq is going to be necessary.” Self professing (He is praising himself.)

“(Talking about his faith in God) … but I get great sustenance from my personal relationship. That doesn’t make me think I am a better person than you are by the way, because one of the great admonitions in the good book is don’t try to take a speck out of your eye if I’ve got [a log in my own].” I am the goal (He sees himself as the model to look up to.)

“Let me say one other thing about America [that your viewers must know].” Find some cerebral shit (Looking for stuff to say.)

“Not only are we working hard to promote security and peace, [we’re also working to] eradicate famine and disease.” Let me go with sorrow (Incongruent.)

“There’s no doubt in my mind, President Chirac would like to see a free and democratic and whole Iraqi emerge and [the same in Afghan]istan, they’ve been very helpful in Afghanistan.” And they plan a mess (Look for further trouble in Afghanistan. Someone is planning a mess.)

YouTube Videos

The Interview in its entirety

Video of reversals