Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Bush Body Language

The key to analyzing Bush's national address on the 5th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks last Monday is to examine his expressions, posture, hand motions and other body language.

Being self-professed body language experts, Turner/Phelps watched the President closely and came to the following conclusions of what he was really saying:
  1. North Korea, with its verifiable weapons of mass destruction, isolationist culture, sabre-rattling, and hatred of America and Japan, poses no threat whatsoever, should be approached with diplomacy, and treated with kid gloves.
  2. Citizens of America: be afraid. You should live in fear and believe everything my handlers tell me to say to you.
  3. The terrorists and culture of terrorism can be thwarted with overwhelmingly ineffectual military force and not through the efforts of experienced international civilian police efforts. Terror networks are religious-based sovereign nations without borders, not criminal organizations that can be dismantled with cooperative law enforcement agencies.

Analysis indicators:


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