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Video of George Bush Interview from 60 Minutes January 15, 2007

Posted by Dan in Middle East, Must Read, News, Politics, Video.
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This is one of the more honest and comprehensive interviews that i’ve seen. Bush defends his positions on Iraq, including his decision to deploy an additional 21,500 soldiers. He even comments on the Saddam Hussein execution video. Turns out he saw it online, too (maybe even at Webmerica?) We’re also given an unprecedented look into the life of the President. I recommend watching this to anyone with an opinion on him; love, hate, whatever. The man deserves a chance to explain himself.

I’d like to see what people have to say about his arguments. When it comes down to it, Bush is still human. He really doesn’t have malicious intent, he’s just not very smart…. and I do believe that he’s trying his best. But there are literally millions of people who I think could do a better job, and thats the problem.

[UPDATE] : Google, in their infinite wisdom, decided to remove the video. But it can still be viewed at CBS, by following this link.

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1. John Paul - January 16, 2007

A strong, equally valid and opposite point of view can be seen here:

2. John Paul - January 16, 2007

sorry, didn’t know a URL would not show up. I’ll post on my own blog for those interested. it is Bob Cesca on Huffington Post.

3. Gabriel - January 16, 2007

I am one of those people that are for the other side, how convinced can I be that George W. Bush is going to improve our situation?

Gabriel


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