The Thoughts of George Bush Jnr: It Was Us versus Them and It Was Clear Who Them Was. Today We're Not So Sure Who the They Are but We Know They're There
Jones, Gary, The Mirror (London, England)
US presidential hopeful George W. Bush has developed an alarming habit of talking gobbledygook.
Like his father, President George Bush, before him, the tongue-tied governor of Texas, has astonished on-lookers with his bewildering use of the English language.
He told one interviewer: "When I was coming up, it was a danger-ous world and you knew exactly who they were.
"It was us versus them and it was clear who them was. Today we are not so sure who the they are but we know they're there."
And Bush Jnr recently confused children celebrating "Perseverance Month" when he repeatedly referred to it as "Preservation Month".
Proving it was not …
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Publication information: Article title: The Thoughts of George Bush Jnr: It Was Us versus Them and It Was Clear Who Them Was. Today We're Not So Sure Who the They Are but We Know They're There. Contributors: Jones, Gary - Author. Newspaper title: The Mirror (London, England). Publication date: February 5, 2000. Page number: 31. © 2009 MGN LTD. COPYRIGHT 2000 Gale Group.
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