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Bush in Hungary

President Bush will be in Hungary tomorrow to honor the 1956 revolution (fifty years ago this October). Charles Gati (at Johns Hopkins) gives the Hungarian view of American politics and geopolitics as cynical and nothing but during the 1956 crisis. The piece is, shall we say, a bit incoherent, but standard fare on the subject, I’m afraid.

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I hope some sensible person on Bush’s staff has given him a copy of your recent Born American article. If that sensible person is looking for it now, here it is.

"George W. Bush is probably the worst president of the past 100 years," Mr. Rauscher wrote. "The world has to suffer him until 2008." Der Standard. Bush is as unpopular in Europe as he is here. But the party of Dobson, Robertson, Jones, et.al does love him.

Bush is as unpopular in Europe as he is here.



Wha?!?!? Bush is a heck of a lot more unpopular in Europe than here! He will be greeted by thousands of protesters. I wish they’d stop telling him to go back to the U.S . . .

Matt- Perhaps he may be unpopular, but those pointing out facts and taking tough, consistent stances usually are unpopular. I should think you would know that by now.

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