Yep, that's our boy Bush
The Guardian, The Independent of London, The Telegraph and all the rest of the English press are having a field day, offering "FULL COVERAGE OF MEMOIR", basically going berserk over Bush's new book. The articles and analysis offer little assistance into our presidential phenomenon, but the comments section, priceless.
Can't possibly isolate the best bon mot but the absolute acrimony, the sheer animosity and utter annoyance, the fanatically antagonistic behavior of the often literate, cerebrally n phycially funny british git wishing to leave their own 'memoir' is just fun to behold. Thank you 'comments section'. Luv vu.
Memoir, indeed, and can this man reminisce. Regrets, none, really. He's so effortless, in both endeavor and review.
"Heheheh" he laughs,"they thought I couldn't read a book, let alone write one"...of course he didn't write the book, but that's just another quirky bit about Bush and Memoir, it's not really about facts and 'stuff', like rictus grin tony told us last month, memoir is all about rehabilitation.
Kinda like pickle-brained-master-of-semantic-antics Christopher Hitchens, his logic goes kinda like this, helllll, yes, I am excessively concerned about 'human rights' but first, we need to bomb this country and that one to bits, not that bombs do anything for my host country, but I'm so damned angry, and hear me, dear leader, if only to make this country and that one able to better resemble the utopia in which I now doth domicile, this is, dear reader, the only logical choice.
Unfortunately, this is all about our boy Bush. This is all about his inner conflict, turmoil, the fight long lost, beliefs so strong and emotional investment so grand there's no room left for nuance, perception, analysis.
Good thing he can afford his isolation, his 'gated community', otherwise he'd have to embrace another kind of reality that includes the rest of the world.