The Bush Dyslexicon
President George W. Bush tends to blurt out all or part of what he's really thinking, even as he's trying to lie about it. George W Bush is so ... Show synopsis President George W. Bush tends to blurt out all or part of what he's really thinking, even as he's trying to lie about it. George W Bush is so illiterate as to turn completely incoherent when he speaks without a script. He seems like too easy a target, but Dubya speaks for himself. Whether he's envisioning "a foreign-handed foreign policy", explaining the American military's role "to fight and be able to win war, and therefore prevent war from happening in the first place", or telling his nation that "more and more of our imports come from overseas", George W. Bush's appointment to the highest office in the world should strike fear into all our hearts. This book not only places the President in the context of other notorious dunces-in-chief, but shows him to be indisputably in a league of his own. Containing essays, famous interviews and classic comments, this book aims to offer more than just an amusing collection of Bush's gaffes - it is also a polemic on a culture so dependent on the emptiness of television that it has allowed a man who is unable to name the leaders of Pakistan, Chechnya or India to become US President.