George W. Bushisms 2007 Day-to-Day Calendar by Jacob Weisberg

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As George W. Bush limps into the final stretch of his presidency, his verbal gaffes, malapropisms, and cringe inducing syntax show no signs of abating. Both that the end is near and that he's gotten no smarter are good things to the fans of this calendar, which points out one of our President's unfortunate turns of phrase on each page.

Jacob Weisberg is editor of Slate magazine as well as a startling number of Bushisms books.

 

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Published July 1, 2006 by Andrews McMeel Publishing. 640 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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During the 25 years that I've lived in Washington, I have never once heard a negative word spoken here about former President Gerald Ford, who died at 93 on Dec. 26.

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