Bush's Condition 

Bush's Condition

I haven't given up my theory that Bush is suffering from a neurological condition, long-term chemical damage, or something. (See here and here).

The official transcript of his presser this past week shows this:

Now, sometimes I didn't -- I like the size of the pie, sometimes I didn't particularly like the slices within the pie. And so one way to deal with the slices in the pie is to give the President the line-item veto. And I was heartened the other day when members of both parties came down in the Cabinet Room to talk about passage of a line-item veto. I was particularly pleased that my opponent in the 2004 campaign, Senator Kerry, graciously came down and lent his support to a line-item veto, and also made very constructive suggestions about how to get one out of the United States Congress.

Let's see here. They told me what to say. David.

(Via Atrios).

Then the new Wonkette catches him in a Tourette-like tic:

I can't find that, but here's an earlier video.

UPDATE: Also K.J. Lopez at the the Corner: "He's in talk-show-host mode again today (I still want whatever he's on)." Part of what I'm talking about is the tremendous gap between Bush at his best and at his worst. When he's at his best, even his fans say it's as if he's found some miracle drug.

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Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 2:18 pm MST by bob stevens

Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 1:53 pm MST by bob stevens

Comment I know I'm off topic but today is the best day as she has said

Mon Apr 3, 2006 3:45 pm MST by tim smith

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