September 09, 2004

Wimp. Slacker. Liar. George W. Bush

There has long been a clear and convincing case that George W. Bush's "duty" for the Air National Guard in Alabama involved, at most, reading magazines and getting his teeth cleaned. Now that we know that Colonel Killian tried and failed to get "feedback" from Alabama on George W. Bush's performance there, the case is no longer clear and convincing. It is proved beyond a reasonable doubt:

Mark A. R. Kleiman: The missing performance review: Now we see why 1LT Bush's performance review from 1973 records "unable to rate." The outfit he'd supposedly been reporting to in Alabama wouldn't say anything to the commander of his home unit in Texas, and that commander, standing up to pressure from his superiors, refused to (his words) "sugar-coat" matters. So he simply refused to rate. This is very strong evidence that Bush didn't actually report for duty in Alabama; otherwise, why wouldn't his superiors there fill out the paperwork to allow him to get a satisfactory Officer Efficiency Report?

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Just like his Dad, Bush is a wimp.

Except W. is obsessed with the urge to compensate by pretending to be John Wayne.

Methinks the wimp doth protest too much.

Posted by: TG at September 9, 2004 07:25 AM

Maybe Bush was to coked out to fly?

Bush snorted coke at Camp David, he'll do anything.

Posted by: NeoDude at September 9, 2004 07:37 AM

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/allnews/tm_objectid=14609301&method=full&siteid=50143&headline=bush--took-cocaine-at-camp-david--name_page.html


http://www.bluebus.org/archives/20040213_bushs_illegal_a.php

Posted by: NeoDude at September 9, 2004 07:38 AM

What's remarkable to me - a former USAF officer - is that Bush disobeyed a direct order from a superior officer to take a flight physical exam. He must have felt pretty untouchable to be able to pull that off. I must say that it's damned lucky that Bush was in the TANG and not in the regular Air Force or he would likely have faced severe disciplinary action for that stunt. Even his family connections may not have been enough to save him.

Posted by: Mushinronsha at September 9, 2004 07:49 AM

The stupid thing is that by all the later records, Bush was a tolerably good pilot. That doesn't happen by accident. The guy actually has some native ability.

What I can't understand is why someone would want to snort coke and be shuffled out to some political campaign rather than fly fighter jets -- even obsolete ones. Now that's stupid.

Posted by: Alan at September 9, 2004 08:14 AM

Thibaud, you appear to be very, very uninformed.

Bush and Kerry are both incoherent on iraq. Would you care to suggest a clear concise stand that you would like one of them to take?

Both are incoherent on iran. Again, would you care to suggest a stand for them to take? Make it good enough and maybe they'll both support it.

Both of them take the same identical clear stand on israel/palestine. Both of them support anything that Sharon does, almost a literal blank check.

Kerry does not owe an apology to other veterans. You are suggesting that he lie to soothe their feelings. If he was Bush he wouldn't have had any issue, he would have told any popular lie then and he'd tell any popular lie now. The whole point of electing somebody who isn't Bush is that he not simply tell us whatever we want to hear, as Bush does. You are giving terrible advice. If Kerry shows that he's the same as Bush, why should anybody bother to vote? Sure, I'd rather have a president who can pass a drug test, but if neither one of them has any integrity, who really cares about the details?

Kerry was not irresponsible. He did the right thing about the war. At the time I disagreed, I was young and foolish and I thought we had to stand together in a war or we'd lose. The professional soldiers were telling us we could win if we were only resolute enough, and I figured you have to believe the professionals just like you'd believe a doctor who told you that you needed surgery or a barber who told you that you needed a haircut. I was wrong.

Bush has sbown an utter inability to make hard decisions. We need somebody else.

Posted by: J Thomas at September 9, 2004 08:26 AM

I liked the one columnist's use of "sissy." It really matches up with that stupid picture with the possibly illegal medal.

> "..I made irresponsible accusations against my comrades in Vietnam.."

That's a goddam lie, he said no such thing and you know it. Why are you lying about Kerry's testimony? If you are not lying, then Rove is laughing at *you*, not us.

Posted by: a different chris at September 9, 2004 08:28 AM

Clarification: of course Kerry didn't say anything in the quotes, that was T's stupid crap. The lie is that Kerry "made accusations." If you don't know why that is a lie please read the transcript.

But I warn you, if you are a Bush supporter you simply cannot handle the entirety of what JFK said that day, given the resonance it has to the events of today.

Posted by: a different chris at September 9, 2004 08:31 AM

'That Kerry would so foolishly put forth his Vietnam experience as his core claim to the presidency shows the man lacks, at a minimum, a grasp of the nature of political communication in a decentralized, internet age'

I think its you who fail to grasp facts. Kerry's Vietnam war record would have come up for sure. In every election that Kerry has run in Mass, it has come up and national politics is a much dirtier game. Even if Kerry had never mentioned it, it would most definitely have come up. Please spare me the nonsense about O'Neill (who has hated Kerry for 33 years) stumping for him,

And I would suggest reading the Boston Globe article on this. In fact, there was a great deal of debate over whether Kerry should put his Vietnam experience forward or not, and whether he should co-operate with Brinkley or not. They concluded exactly what I did -- that the topic would come up regardless.

Posted by: Pi Zeta at September 9, 2004 08:37 AM

Kerry has to apologize, and all Bush has to say is that he was young and irresponsible, heh heh heh

Posted by: Carol at September 9, 2004 08:38 AM

You really should add cokehead and drunk to the title.

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Posted by: Law at September 9, 2004 08:45 AM

'A gentle suggestion to those who would defeat George Bush this fall: recognize that the source of Kerry's massive credibility problem is not the Swifties but the man's complete incoherence on Iraq, Iran and Israel-Palestine. '

BS. Kerry's position on Israel-Palestine is no differen from Bush's. I don't believe he's beeen asked directly about Iran, but the Bush administration has no coherent strategy on Iran. And the Bush administration has no coherent strategy on Iraq as well, no real exit strategy.

'Not even the party's leaders can say what the man's position on the war is. Can you?'

Yes, he voted to give Bush the authority to conduct war so Bush would build a proper coalition, prepare properly and have a coherent plan for a post-war Iraq. Bush failed all of those tests.

That wasn't so difficult, was it ? Do you want me to repeat it in words of fewer syllables ?

'Unless Kerry immediately and clearly 1) apologizes to other vets and thereby knocks the Swift issue off the table '

He has said numerous times (on MTP earlier this year) that he was not smearing all Viet Vets and that if any Vet took it as a personal attack, he was sorry. What more do you want ?

'and 2) states clearly whether he supported or opposed the war, he's finished. '

He has stated his position clearly a number of times. If anything is likely to finish him, its going back and trying to make any sort of explanation, which the wingnuts will doubtless blow up into another ad taken out of context.

'And please note that I'm a lifelong Democrat who supported Clinton early, voted for him twice, voted for Gore as well. If you're serious about winning this race, then I would urge you to extricate yourselves from the Rovian tar-baby that grips you so tightly. '

Spare me this nonsense. With so-called Democrats like you, we don't need Republicans. Your nonsensical suggestions would just make it far more likely that Kerry would lose.

Posted by: Pi Zeta at September 9, 2004 08:50 AM

Thibaud -- if you don't give us worthless, ill-intended, unsolicited advice, I won't tell the world the real truth about your mother. Deal?

There are an awful lot of new lifelong Democrats around these days, and oddly enough they've all decided to vote for Bush.

Your admiration for Bush's deft sidestepping of questions about his past cocaine use was a dead giveaway.

Posted by: zizka / John Emerson at September 9, 2004 08:55 AM

Alan you stated,

"The stupid thing is that by all the later records, Bush was a tolerably good pilot. That doesn't happen by accident. The guy actually has some native ability."

Personally, I don't believe Bush pilot ratings either. Is it not likely Dubya was graded on a special curve?? I wonder if CBS will be able to publish additional documents uncovering this as well. By the tone of the Colonel Killian papers release so far, it appears that Bush TANG duty was one major pain in the ass for his superiors.

I suspect that the selectively released pilot evaluation documents by the White House turn out to be a an official white wash with addition Killian evidence making Bush to be a screw up as a pilot as well.

Posted by: llamajockey at September 9, 2004 09:03 AM

The term "phoney" is better.

For the life of me, I do not understand why there have been no advertisments about Bush in the flight suit. Whoever is in charge of those ads should be sued for negligence. Where are they?

But the term "liar" is more important than "wimp" or "slacker," except to point out that Bush is a bully, which means he's a coward.

But liar is more important because that goes to things like tax cuts and other non-defense issues also.

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Poppy's People Attacked Service of Bentsen's Son

1988 Flashback, from LA Times

And spokesmen for Bentsen accused Republicans of a "dirty trick" after a senior adviser to Vice President George Bush accused Bentsen of helping his son get into the National Guard.

Bentsen's Son 'Furious'

Bentsen's son, Lloyd Bentsen III, said in an interview with The Times Monday that he was "absolutely furious" about the charge, which New Hampshire Gov. John H. Sununu, co-chairman of Bush's campaign, made Sunday in a television interview.

What raised Dukakis' ire was a statement issued by Rep. Gerald B. H. Solomon (R-N. Y.), the senior Republican on the House Veterans Affairs Committee.

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Dukakis was also critical of Sununu's charge that Bentsen had used his connections to assist his son in getting into the Texas National Guard. The charge, made on ABC's "This Week With David Brinkley," was "unfortunate and inaccurate," Dukakis said.

The younger Bentsen, now a venture capitalist in Houston, used stronger words, calling Sununu "a desperate man grasping for straws."

Bush Son in Same Unit

The younger Bentsen served in the 147th Fighter Group of the Texas National Guard along with George W. Bush, the vice president's son. Both men enlisted in the late spring of 1968. At the time, the senior Bush was a congressman and the senior Bentsen, who had served in Congress in the 1940s, was a private businessman, although one who remained politically well connected.

According to the younger Bentsen, he got into the Guard as a result of a chance meeting at a party with the then-commander of the 147th Fighter Group, Brig. Gen. Walter (Buck) Staudt. Bentsen had recently been graduated from Stanford University's business school and Staudt was looking for a financial officer for his unit.

W. worked as a strategist on this campaign

Comment, That part of brain that makes the rest of us hate ourselves when we lie or do something hypocritical, must have been obliterated from Dubya's mind by booze and coke.

Posted by: llamajockey at September 9, 2004 09:13 AM

Bush’s National Guard years
BYRON YORK

Before you fall for Dems’ spin, here are the facts

What do you really know about George W. Bush’s time in the Air National Guard?
That he didn’t show up for duty in Alabama? That he missed a physical? That his daddy got him in?

News coverage of the president’s years in the Guard has tended to focus on one brief portion of that time — to the exclusion of virtually everything else. So just for the record, here, in full, is what Bush did:

The future president joined the Guard in May 1968. Almost immediately, he began an extended period of training. Six weeks of basic training. Fifty-three weeks of flight training. Twenty-one weeks of fighter-interceptor training.

That was 80 weeks to begin with, and there were other training periods thrown in as well. It was full-time work. By the time it was over, Bush had served nearly two years.

Not two years of weekends. Two years.

After training, Bush kept flying, racking up hundreds of hours in F-102 jets. As he did, he accumulated points toward his National Guard service requirements. At the time, guardsmen were required to accumulate a minimum of 50 points to meet their yearly obligation.

According to records released earlier this year, Bush earned 253 points in his first year, May 1968 to May 1969 (since he joined in May 1968, his service thereafter was measured on a May-to-May basis).

Bush earned 340 points in 1969-1970. He earned 137 points in 1970-1971. And he earned 112 points in 1971-1972. The numbers indicate that in his first four years, Bush not only showed up, he showed up a lot. Did you know that?

That brings the story to May 1972 — the time that has been the focus of so many news reports — when Bush “deserted” (according to anti-Bush filmmaker Michael Moore) or went “AWOL” (according to Terry McAuliffe, chairman of the Democratic National Committee).

Bush asked for permission to go to Alabama to work on a Senate campaign. His superior officers said OK. Requests like that weren’t unusual, says retired Col. William Campenni, who flew with Bush in 1970 and 1971.

“In 1972, there was an enormous glut of pilots,” Campenni says. “The Vietnam War was winding down, and the Air Force was putting pilots in desk jobs. In ’72 or ’73, if you were a pilot, active or Guard, and you had an obligation and wanted to get out, no problem. In fact, you were helping them solve their problem.”

So Bush stopped flying. From May 1972 to May 1973, he earned just 56 points — not much, but enough to meet his requirement.

Then, in 1973, as Bush made plans to leave the Guard and go to Harvard Business School, he again started showing up frequently.

In June and July of 1973, he accumulated 56 points, enough to meet the minimum requirement for the 1973-1974 year.

Then, at his request, he was given permission to go. Bush received an honorable discharge after serving five years, four months and five days of his original six-year commitment. By that time, however, he had accumulated enough points in each year to cover six years of service.

During his service, Bush received high marks as a pilot.

A 1970 evaluation said Bush “clearly stands out as a top notch fighter interceptor pilot” and was “a natural leader whom his contemporaries look to for leadership.”

A 1971 evaluation called Bush “an exceptionally fine young officer and pilot” who “continually flies intercept missions with the unit to increase his proficiency even further.” And a 1972 evaluation called Bush “an exceptional fighter interceptor pilot and officer.”
...

http://pep.typepad.com/public_enquiry_project/2004/09/bushs_national_.html

Posted by: Arrogant Adrian at September 9, 2004 09:24 AM

Byron York, of course, misses the obvious point: no one granted bush permission to stop flying. In fact, he was ordered to take his physical in order to keep flying.

thibaud, really, talk about your hackwork. As Kerry noted yesterday, what did Bush say in Cincy in October, '02? That "approving this resolution does not mean that military action is imminent or unavoidable.

The resolution will tell the United Nations, and all nations, that America speaks with one voice and is determined to make the demands of the civilized world mean something."

And what did Kerry say when he voted? "As the President made clear earlier this week, "Approving this resolution does not mean that military action is imminent or unavoidable." It means "America speaks with one voice."...

...In giving the President this authority, I expect him to fulfill the commitments he has made to the American people in recent days--

To work with the United Nations Security Council to adopt a new resolution setting out tough and immediate inspection requirements, and to act with our allies at our side if we have to disarm Saddam Hussein by force.

If he fails to do so, I will be among the first to speak out."

Got it, Thibaud? Try to do some homework before you embarass yourself.

PS. You want to talk about incoherence? Let's talk about the Bush iraq policy - it will be a case study in incoherence for year's to come, at last fulfilling the dream of the CEO president....

Posted by: howard at September 9, 2004 09:41 AM

"And, finally, let's not miss the obvious point here. This isn't about what President Bush did 30+ years ago. Or at least it's not primarily about that. The issue here is that for a decade President Bush has been denying all of these things. He did so last January. He did so again as recently as last month. He's continued to cover this stuff up right from the Oval Office."

Joshua Michah Marshall "Talking Points Memo"
http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/

Posted by: Thinker at September 9, 2004 09:43 AM

"Austin is not happy." Who the heck is Austin? Does it refer to someone in Austin -- someone in Texas government at the time?

Posted by: Dave at September 9, 2004 09:45 AM

> Kerry's position was that he gave the president authorization to go to war so that he would not go to war. ... the best one can say in defense of this weird straddle is that, if it's actually genuine, then Kerry was duped.

It's genuine, and most Democrats including Kerry were duped (notable exceptions in the Senate are Bob Graham--who I still wish was the one running against Bush now--and the late Paul Wellstone). The 2002 election showed just how easy it is to dupe DLC-style Democrats. Tom Tomorrow had the best summary of that sad Autumn's campaign theme: maybe if we give Bush everything he wants, he'll let us keep our jobs.

If you look at the run-up to the Iraq War, what you see is a daring and effective display of brinksmanship in which Saddam was forced by a massive military buildup to allow inspectors back in and would have probably made any number of concessions short of handing over power. Unless Bush had been given the authority to go to war, none of this would have been possible. I opposed the war resolution, but I briefly thought that something remarkable was going to happen and make Bush look like a genius.

Bush finally went over the brink because his script required it (and probably because allowing inspections to continue in the likely absense of WMDs was getting more and more risky). But it was not what DLC Democrats had in mind when they authorized the war. Note Daschle's complaint about "failed diplomacy" just after the start of the war that he quickly withdrew after the bully boys got to him. He seriously expected an honest attempt at diplomacy. Poor old dupe.

For Senate Democrats, Gulf War II was supposed to be a bipartisan, international "feel good" war like Gulf War I. The fact that it wasn't came as little surprise to anyone other than these Democrats, but I completely agree that they were duped (have I repeared that word enough) and ought to be crying bloody murder.

Posted by: Paul Callahan at September 9, 2004 09:50 AM

George W. Bush lied.

He said he released all his records in 2000. He lied. He released more in February and said he'd released all of them. He lied. He released two hidden documents, in a matter of hours after they were found independently, yesterday.

His lies are verifiable and recent.

Posted by: Z at September 9, 2004 10:03 AM

> His lies are verifiable and recent.

I agree that this is the big story, but it's not getting played as such. The content of the memos should not come as a surprise to anyone. I'm pretty sure most Bush supporters are willing to chalk up a number of things to his "irresponsible youth."

But nobody seems to highlight the fact that his administration claimed to release all the records last February, when they clearly did not. In fact, Dan Bartlett (pretty sure it was him) was just quoted on NPR complaining about the politics of bringing up these memos so close to the election. Well, they had a chance at full disclosure last February, and they blew it.

Posted by: Paul Callahan at September 9, 2004 10:08 AM

'That Kerry would so foolishly put forth his Vietnam experience as his core claim to the presidency shows the man lacks, at a minimum, a grasp of the nature of political communication in a decentralized, internet age'

I think its you who fail to grasp facts. Kerry's Vietnam war record would have come up for sure.
That swift boat veterans book was in the works for a while. It definitely would have come out whether or not Kerry highlighted his service. In fact, if he hadn't highlighted his service, the spin would have been: "he's hiding something! why isn't he talking about it? here's why!"
Of course, O'Neill doesn't explain why he didn't bring this up 35 years ago when he was debating Kerry. Nixon's "dirty tricks" crowd would have loved to pounce all over it.
And if anyone says that Bush didn't "highlight" his "service," I'd like to jog your memory: flight suit, mission accomplished banner and air craft carrier.

Posted by: lou at September 9, 2004 10:44 AM


The Dems need to connect this Nam-era behavior with his performance as president.

Otherwise, I'm concerned that Bush could take the issue off the table by doing a Jimmy Swaggart-style "I have sinned" speech, or, worse, a 1 hour confessional interview with Oprah in which he fessed up on the Guard, his drug use, his drinking, etc.

Oprah would be worse because it would likely turn him into a sympathetic figure. Then the Dems would look like especially nasty bastards for ragging on these issues.

Bush's slacking in the Guard must be explicitly connected to his slacking vacation in August 2001, in order for the issue to be made *current*, and so protected from Bush confessing to old errors.

Posted by: Jon H at September 9, 2004 11:23 AM

It simply can't be happening to nicer guys:

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Posted by: Patrick R. Sullivan at September 9, 2004 03:10 PM

Austin Powers, obviously. Bush is the Seth Green son to the Mike Meyers Dr. Evil.

The most incisive observation I've yet seen is that the committed Bush followers are not making rational, reasoned decisions based on available facts. They have taken a quasi-religious, near magical approach to reality. You could hit some of these people in the face with a baseball bat and they would respond with a Matrix-like "There is no spoon" spiel. Chop another line and play the Horst Wessel song, because that is the set of options before you as voters and citizens: an unleashed drug addled serial prevaricator or a documented war hero with the courage to risk public opprobrium in opposing a war he participated in, and led investigations into the criminal undertakings of the 80s and 90s.
It is no coincidence that Kerry knows where the Bush bodies are buried. It may get more interesting yet.

Posted by: bigfoot at September 9, 2004 07:54 PM

For a really frightening possibility, consider this letter from the October Atlantic, subscriber only:

James Fallows's description of John Kerry's debating skills ("When George Meets John," July/August Atlantic) was interesting, but what was most remarkable was Fallows's documentation of President Bush's mostly overlooked changes over the past decade—specifically, "the striking decline in his sentence-by-sentence speaking skills." ...

I, too, felt that something organic was wrong with President Bush, most probably dyslexia. But I was unaware of what Fallows pointed out so clearly: that Bush's problems have been developing slowly, and that just a decade ago he was an articulate debater, "artful indeed in steering questions and challenges to his desired subjects," who "did not pause before forcing out big words, as he so often does now, or invent mangled new ones." Consider, in contrast, the present: "the informal Q&As he has tried to avoid," "Bush's recent faltering performances," "his unfortunate puzzled-chimp expression when trying to answer questions," "his stalling, defensive pose when put on the spot," "speaking more slowly and less gracefully."

... Slowly developing cognitive deficits, as demonstrated so clearly by the President, can represent only one diagnosis, and that is "presenile dementia"! Presenile dementia is best described to nonmedical persons as a fairly typical Alzheimer's situation that develops significantly earlier in life, well before what is usually considered old age. ...
______________ M.D.
Carsonville, Mich

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