Tough on terrorism? Strong on defense? Leadership? Not quite. Compared to George W. Bushs gutless and incompetent performance on 9/11, Brownie looks like General Patton.
The President pulled a FEMA for 102 minutes while al Qaeda struck with impunitybut since Ws actions on September 11 were largely ignored by the national mediamost people werent even aware of the little mans of ass sitting paralysis in an elementary school classroom until Michael Moores film "Fahrenheit 9/11" exposed the frozen 7 minuteslet alone know about Bushs clueless loiteringcutting and running, and terrorist appeasing for the other 95 minutes of the attacks.
Ron Schalows "Bullshit Artist The 9/11 Leadership Myth" provides a full account of the Presidents lollygagging, decision avoiding and hiding in the heartland on the tragic dayin Bushs own words and the tortuously twisty recollections of the White House brain trustCard, Rove, Fleischer, Hughes, Rice, Cheney & Rumsfeld plus the traditional bushel basket of excuses that follow every Bush failure.
And Bush cheerleaders like Bill Sammon, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, John Podhoretz, David Frum and Dick Morris also chime in to provide cover for the cowardly Commander-in-Chiefevidently more concerned about the image of their beloved politician than the security of the American people.
Then, as if his flaccid failures on 9/11 werent shameful enough, a delusional GW boasts of his defense prowess at least 19 times per day in the following yearswhoring the terrorist attacks and 3,000 deaths on his watch to his immense political benefita Bullshit Artist at his best.
The True and Important Story of Spleen Clutching Incompetence, Forehead Slapping Stupidity and Shin Sweating Cowardice.
THIS IS NOTHING BUT A HIT JOB ON A GOD FEARING PRESIDENT. SHAME ON THE SMEAR MERCHANT WHO WROTE IT. BUSH IS A HERO, THE CLAIMS MADE IN THIS BOOK ARE LIES. I KNOW PRES. BUSH. Read morePublished 15 months ago by stephanie wilson
Ron Schalow has written a book which gives you the minute by minute details of George W's movements on several critical days in history. Read morePublished on May 11, 2010 by Melinda Pillsbury-foster
The negative one star reviewers would have you believe that this book is just a hatchet job on Bush. Read morePublished on January 5, 2010 by J.Will
It's hard for writers to make money these days. For some reason the public doesn't watch TV or read the papers or books (how's it going, Barnes & Noble?) any more. Read morePublished on July 19, 2009 by Mr. Scott T. Allen
It's always easy for an idiot to try to place himself in the place of power and command and assert all the great things that he would have done. Read morePublished on January 4, 2009 by KB
TOTAL TRASH.....MILLIONS OF WORDS HAVE BEEN WASTED ATTACKING THE PRESIDENT FOR HIS ACTIVITIES BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER 9/11. NOT ONE OF YOU HAS BEEN ABLE TO CHANGE ONE THING. Read morePublished on September 11, 2007 by J. JOHNSON
A chronology of President Bush's actions on 9/11, while available separately -- if not sporadically -- across many outlets, has never before been assembled in such a complete and... Read morePublished on September 20, 2006 by T. R. Jeffrey
This easy-to-read book has dozens, if not hundreds, of quotes from Bush himself and people from his administration, through which the reader can plainly see how Bush & Co. Read morePublished on September 16, 2006 by BillTex
What makes this book stand out from others of this genre is how the author provides an objective perspective on the events of 9/11. Read morePublished on August 8, 2006 by TomP