Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Papering the House

Der Spiegel reports:
During his trip to Germany on Wednesday, the main highlight of George W. Bush's trip was meant to be a "town hall"-style meeting with average Germans. But with the German government unwilling to permit a scripted event with questions approved in advance, the White House has quietly put the event on ice.
Germany outstrips America in spontaneity. The world is turned upside down.

We're constantly hearing how bouyant and confident Bush is after his re-election. So confident that he'll only take pre-screened questions? That's not very confident at all.

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