Isn't it amazing, the resemblance betweeen father and son? They both have that famous Commander Guy "Duh" look.
As tensions mount over the prospect of a return to the Cold War, Bush prepares for a visit with President Vladimir Putin by going fishing. But we can always depend on our Bubble Boy to prepare for the important things.
Nor is a little terrorism across the pond a reason to call a halt to our pResident's fun and games.
But isn't it a good thing that Daddy Bush will be on hand for the visit by President Vladimir Putin? Else, Dubya might call President Putin, "Pooty-Poot" to his face.
It takes a special kind of arrogance to assign nicknames to colleagues and world leaders. Like a lot of conservatives, Dubya is nothing if not supremely arrogant. Let's just hope the clueless wonder of a Commander Guy refrains from patting President Putin on his head.
KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine - After a 90-minute morning bike ride, Bush hopped aboard his father's speedboat, Fidelity III, and sped out into the chilly waters on his second fishing excursion in two days. His dad, former President George H.W. Bush, was at the wheel.
MOSCOW. - An upcoming meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President George W. Bush is unlikely to produce significant results, said Vyacheslav Nikonov, the president of the Polity Foundation think tank.
"The U.S. is currently a revolutionary power, which is changing the world, leading two wars, transforming regimes, and spending 25 times as much as Russia on its military purposes. Russia used to be revolutionary and is interested in a status quo now. We are not fighting with anybody and not changing regimes in other countries, and therefore it is quite difficult to reach an understanding given such different approaches," he said.
KENNEBUNKPORT, Me. — President Bush, seeking to change the tone of an increasingly caustic, fraught relationship with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, will urge him on Sunday to support a major escalation of economic pressure on Iran, senior administration officials said.
Washington - . . . Among other things that have irked Moscow are Washington's failure to revoke a piece of Cold War legislation that limits trade with Russia, the Jackson-Vanik amendment, and Washington's withdrawal in 2002 from a Cold War treaty intended to restrain an arms race, the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
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