Sunday, May 02, 2004

A nasty hoax or the reason Bush's handlers keep him on a short leash? 

According to TBR News (The Madness of King George), several unnamed sources claim that George W. suffered “what one of his aides called ‘a very minor seizure' and as a result of this, the President [sic] has a very difficult time following any unscripted conversations.”

"The President [sic] takes oral medication at least twice a day according to [redacted] because of an unspecified "indisposition' and this subject is strictly off limits for any casual staff conversation," according to the TBR report.

"At one point during a staff conference, the President [sic] stood up and began to speak in an unknown language. Mr. Rove was able to stop the President [sic] and get him to resume his seat. It was reported by [redacted] that for a period of time (about fifteen minutes) after this incident, the President [sic] appeared to be 'somewhat confused and very inarticulate.'"

Have the years or drinking and possible drug use caught up with Bush? Might this explain his inability to think on his feet; his inability to express himself other than in a kindergartner's terms, when he isn't mispronouncing or misusing words or issuing ungrammatical sentences, such as “Is your children learning?” More importantly, is this the reason his handlers could not trust him to face the 9/11 commission alone, much less testify under oath?

Was the pretzel incident due to a seizure? Might George W. have already been suffering seizures while in the Texas Air National Guard, which would explain why he was grounded, never took a required physical exam and skipped out on fulfilling his Guard service? Could this also explain why to this date Bush refuses to release his medical records?

If this isn't a hoax, we are in serious trouble and the American people have a right to know, and must demand full and unequivocal disclosure.

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