Q My question is for both Presidents. In your today's dialogue what was more, constructive things, or rather differences? What prevailed?Really? Why doesn't this principle apply to all countries then?
PRESIDENT BUSH: Well, you just heard, that the desire to work together to allay people's fears. There's a lot of people who don't like it when Russia and the United States argue, and it creates tensions. Russia is a great country, and so is the United States. It's much better to work together than it is to create tensions.
Thursday, June 07, 2007
Mr. Bush: Master Of The Obvious
George Bush reveals himself in unscripted moments. I like this slice from Thursday's Whitehouse web location "current news" post: