Saturday | January 11, 2003
The world's oldest profession
President's Public Mood Turns Cheerless
On Wednesday, the media were ushered in at the beginning of a session with congressional leaders from both parties. Bush tersely informed them that no questions would be welcomed.
"I'm going to have a statement and then we'll ask you to leave so we can get down to our business," he said.
After his statement and the signing of legislation extending federal unemployment benefits, he reiterated the point. "Get out of the room as quickly as you came in," he said.
The President then zipped up his fly, put a $100 bill on the table, and walked away.
(thanks to atrios/Sid Blumenthal for this item.)
BillmonPosted January 11, 2003 09:40 AM | Comments (20)