This one was actually a harder watch. There's moments of actual humanity, and (amazingly) honesty, where he says that the progress of AIDS in Africa will not be easy nor cheap nor instantaneous, but will require diligence and sacrifice*, and then it's right back to the hubris, false modesty, blaming of subordinates, and attacks on his detractors and intellectuals in general.
Plus, yeah, the editing. And the boast of "EXCLUSIVE!!!!! interview" was starting to get a little tiring. So minus a star for that, plus making me see him as less of the cartoon villian I'm accustomed to.
*: He was less eloquent.
I bet, irrespective of how danegerous and crazy he is, it's really hard to hate Bush on a personal level.
I stand corrected, then.
But only because it's you, Cami.
|Frank Rizzo |
+50000 stars for pausing it at 0:35, doing other shit for 5 minutes then playing the out-of-context "heaaaa..... *head wobble* yeah..."
that was the funniest thing ever.
"People will associate you with Iraq."
"Well that's what the current elite would like you to think."
How is a multimillionaire, Yale "educated," second generation President with siblings in governorships, possibly not part of the "current elite"? He's the current figurehead of the American goddamn royal family for Christ's sake.
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