Bush’s very expensive bubble, which carefully shields the president from any kind of dissent, is pretty tough to pop. Nevertheless, the top two D
April 6, 2005

Bush’s very expensive bubble, which carefully shields the president from any kind of dissent, is pretty tough to pop. Nevertheless, the top two Dems in Congress are doing their level best to lure our shy president out of his shell to deal with Americans who aren’t pre-screened sycophants.

In fact, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi wrote to the president this week with a clever little pitch: if you like “town-hall meetings” on Social Security so much, maybe we should all hold one together...read on

We know that Bush might go along only on two conditions. That Reid and Pelosi sign a loyalty oath and recite the Bush Pledge.

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