Monday, January 23, 2006

Bush to Take Unscripted Audience Questions



Move over, Oprah. President Bush is making himself into television's newest talk show host by featuring audience participation in his appearances.

…Bush has been taking questions from audience members in recent speeches, and the White House says none has been prescreened even though the sessions are limited to invited groups.

…Many of the people he has called on have fawned over him, thanking him for his wartime leadership, saying they pray for him and bringing best wishes from other fans in their family who couldn't be there.

"It's always good to have a plant in every audience," Bush joked last week in Sterling, Va., after a woman rose and said she was proud of him.

Full, pathetic story here.

Hey Mr. Pretzeldent...when the audience is pre-screened, the questions don’t have to be.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

There should an Academy Award for Best Ficticious Political Performance.

2:03 PM  

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