Some REAL Bush quotes...
Since we're making up Gore quotes, how's about some REAL Shrub quotes? I wish I was funny enough to write this ...
Be careful what you wish for, dittoheads, you might actually get it. All of this is from www.georgewbushspeaks.com
"The fundamental question is: 'Will I be a successful president when it comes to foreign policy?' I will be, but until I'm the president, it's going to be hard for me to verify that I think I'll be more effective."
--George W. Bush sounds less than confident, making this statement in Wayne, Mich.
(Quote is from the New York Times, 7/28/99)
"Uh, I support winning."
--George W. Bush takes a bold stand when asked for his position on U.S. involvement in Kosovo. He added: "And, uh, the strategy must ... America should be slow to engage military, but once we engage, we must do so to win."
(Quote is from CNN, 4/7/99)
"Will the highways on the Internet become more few?"
--George W. Bush asks a provocative, if not bizarre, question.
(Quote is from a Bush statement in Concord, N.H. on 1/29/00)
"We must all hear the universal call to like your neighbor just like you like to be liked yourself."
--George W. Bush puts an interesting twist on Jesus Christ's proverb: "Love thy neighbor."
(Quote is from the Financial Times)
"I understand small business growth. I was one."
--George W. Bush reveals the depth of his identity crisis. Bush's oil business failed, and the only successful business that Bush had could hardly be called "small." It was his ownership stake in a major league baseball team, the Texas Rangers. After the team's value was enhanced by a taxpayer-financed stadium, Bush sold his stake.
(Quote is from the New York Daily News, 2/19/00)
"As you know, I hope I'm not here to have to deal with it."
-- George W. Bush responds to reports of a $750 million state budget shortfall in Texas. He can't keep his own state budget balanced in a time of economic prosperity, but now he wants the power to oversee the federal budget.
(Quote is from the Dallas Morning News, 7/13/00)