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The Authoritarian Voice

“I’m going to put people in my place, so when the history of this administration is written at least there’s an authoritarian voice saying exactly what happened,” [George W.] Bush said [of his projected autobiography].

Margaret Soltan, March 19, 2009 3:14AM
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4 Responses to “The Authoritarian Voice”

  1. meteechart Says:

    So… the root of G.W. Bush’s terribleness continues to be an enigma for me.

    Does he not understand the difference between the words "authoritative" and "authoritarian"? Was it another verbal gaffe, combining with all the others to aggregate some murky sign of mental disconnections.

    Or, was it a rare flash of honesty?

  2. Christopher Vilmar Says:

    That’s untentionally funny.

  3. adam Says:

    It’s a dyslexic Freudian slip.

  4. Mark Says:

    It’s not dyslexic at all. There is not misreading or jumbling of letters. It is simple and pure stupidity — the likes of which got us into was wasted war on the one hand and ruined the economy on the other. No, Adam, it’s not dyslexia. It’s ignorance and stupidity. It’s all together fitting and proper that the last thing this idiot president has left us is one last malapropism.

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