Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Thus Spake George Bush.

Never ‘misunderestimate’ George W Bush when it comes to shooting his mouth. The US President in 2006 again made numerous faux pas now known as ‘Bushisms’.

Global Language Monitor, a US-based organisation that analyses language trends worldwide, has compiled a list of Top 10 Bushisms for 2006. "I'm the decider," Bush's rejection of seven former generals’ demand that US Defence Secretary Donald resign tops the list.

Internet users say they use Google or that they do Google search. Not Bush, when he uses the search engine he says "I use the Google".

Other Bushisms on the list include "It was not always certain that the US and America would have a close relationship" and "When the final history is written on Iraq, it will look just like a comma."

Top Bushisms of 2006:

* * "I'm the Decider." "I'm the decider, and I decide what is best. And what's best is for Don Rumsfeld to remain as the secretary of defense." (April 18. Some six months later, Rumsfeld was cited as one of the major reasons for the Republicans’ defeat in the US mid-term elections.)

** “I use the Google,” in reference to the Internet search engine. (October 24. Interview with Maria Bartiromo of CNBC.)

** “It was not always certain that the US and America would have a close relationship.” (June 29).

** “I’ve got an ek-a-lec-tic reading list.” (August 29. Interview with Brian Williams.)

** “The only way we can win is to leave before the job is done.” (November 24. Greely, Colorado)

** “Stay the course.” (On numerous occasions.)

** “When the final history is written on Iraq, it will look just like a comma.” (September 24. Interview with Wolf Blitzer of CNN.)

** “The Congress was right to renew the Terrorist Act.” (September 7. In reference to the Patriot Act. Washington, DC)

** “I want to be a war president; no president wants to be a war president.” (October 26)

** “The fiscal year that ended on February the 30th.” (The US government’s fiscal year ends on September 30!).

***** Compared to the likes of George Bush, we are blessed with a much more intelligent and less gaffe-prone leader, Pak Lah. Don't you think so?
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Blogger Crankshaft said...

Hell yeah. I'll take Pak Lah over Bush any day.

11:18 AM GMT+8  

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