George W. Bush’s Freudian Slips

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Freudian Slips

Sigmund Freud

He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore.
~ Sigmund Freud (1856-05-06 1939-09-23 age:83)
After standing on the stage, after the debates, I made it very plain we will not have an all-volunteer army.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71), Daytona Beach, Florida, 2004-10-16 click to watch
If you want to build a big project and you can’t get insurance because of what the terrorists have done for America, you can put the project aside.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
Source: FDCH Political Transcripts, George W. Bush Participates in Rally at Oakland County Airport, 2002-10-14
Terrorism has been great for the oil industry. As a side effect of terrorism, there is a new Unocal pipeline through Afghanistan and America will soon control Iraq which has $10 trillion in oil reserves, second only to Saudi Arabia. Terrorism has also done booming business for the defense industry as well.
They see the risks are high, the risk of being able to find a job or the risk of keeping the homeland secure.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
Source: FDCH Political Transcripts, George W. Bush Holds Press Conference, Presidential Hall, Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building, 2002-11-07
Bush worries all the time the poor might find jobs, but that’s a risk he has to take to save the fatherland.
But here in Texas we took [trial lawyers] on and got some good medical — medical malpractice, which evidently had a few loopholes in it.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
Source: PR (Public Relations) Newswire, Remarks by the President at the Economic Forum Health Care Security Session, 2002-08-13
Bush supports legislation to protect doctors from medical malpractice lawsuits. He meant to say good medical malpractice legislation, not good medical malpractice.
The solid truth of the matter is, when you find — if you want to help heal the hurt, if you want to you hurt people — help people in pain, the best way to do so is to call upon the great strength of the country, which is the compassion of our fellow Americans.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
Source: FDCH Political Transcripts, George W. Bush Delivers Remarks, 2002-11-04
on America’s compassionate conservatism
Feels Good!
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71) on the Brink of Declaring War on Iraq.

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