Het blijft grappig: Dubyaspeak.
And so, in my State of the — my State of the Union — or state — my speech to the nation, whatever you want to call it, speech to the nation — I asked Americans to give 4,000 years — 4,000 hours over the next — the rest of your life — of service to America.
— The medicine seems to be wearing off, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Apr. 9, 2002
[Saddam Hussein is] a man who invaded two countries twice — two countries, once each time.
— Washington, D.C., Sep. 25, 2002
And we’re making progress. It’s hard to tell whether we’re making progress or not, but we are.
— Trenton, New Jersey, Sep. 23, 2002
I had my first ‘scope’, as we say in the business, I think maybe five or six years ago. They discovered polyps for the first time.
— Dubya seeming to indicate heretofore unknown expertise in proctology, White House, June 28, 2002
DUBYA: I want to thank and welcome Geno Auriuma. Is that right?
MR. AURIEMMA: Auriemma.
DUBYA: Auriemma. Okay, fine. I’ve never been too good in English. But he’s a heck of a coach, however he says his name.
— Or however Dubya says his name, interaction with U-Conn. women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma, in remarks to NCAA men and women sports champions, White House, May 21, 2002