She's going to write a nice tome based on her experiences in Central America. Whoopee:
Q Your daughter, Jenna, is writing a book about her experiences in Central America. She will be focusing on a single mother with HIV. Has she been part of your eyes and ears in the region now that she's been there for quite a while?Excuse me, “Alienationist?” With W being the divider not the “uniter,” does he qualify as an “Alienationist,” whatever the fuck that is?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, she is -- first of all, I'm very proud of her. She is an accomplished woman. She came back -- I haven't seen a lot of her because she's been spending a lot of time in Central America as a UNICEF volunteer -- but she came back and talked to me about this young girl that she has befriended. And she's deeply concerned about alienationists in our world, and is going to try to raise some money to help the education programs there.
To me, her book and her example is what America is all about. We've got compassionate people, and when we find suffering and see income disparity, or see poverty, we'd like to help people lift themselves up.
Oh, and I don't think you need to look to far outside of the Beltway to find people in dire need of compassion, not the least of which are the GIs wounded in GW's GWoT housed in Building 18. Come on, there are some real issues caused by her pappy, why doesn't she do something about that?