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Top 10 Bushisms: The best funny Bushisms and stupid quotes by George W. Bush l Bush bloopers

1. 'I am here to make an announcement that this Thursday, ticket counters and airplanes will fly out of Ronald Reagan Airport.' —Washington, D.C., Oct. 3, 2001

2. 'Too many good docs are getting out of the business. Too many OB-GYNs aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country.' —Poplar Bluff, Mo., Sept. 6, 2004

3. 'Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.' —Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004

4. 'There's no doubt in my mind that we should allow the world worst leaders to hold America hostage, to threaten our peace, to threaten our friends and allies with the world's worst weapons.' —South Bend, Indiana, Sept. 5, 2002.

5. 'There's an old...saying in Tennessee...I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee that says Fool me once...(3 second pause)... Shame on...(4 second pause)...Shame on you....(6 second pause)...Fool me...Can't get fooled again.' —Nashville, Tennessee, Sept. 17, 2002.

6. 'See, free nations are peaceful nations. Free nations don't attack each other. Free nations don't develop weapons of mass destruction.' —Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 3, 2003

7. 'The ambassador and the general were briefing me on the -- the vast majority of Iraqis want to live in a peaceful, free world. And we will find these people and we will bring them to justice.' —Washington, D.C., Oct. 27, 2003.

8 'I'm looking forward to a good night's sleep on the soil of a friend.' —on visiting Denmark, Washington D.C., June 29, 2005

9. 'Wow! Brazil is big.' after being shown a map of Brazil by Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brasilia, Brazil, Nov. 6, 2005

'Rarely is the question asked, 'Is our children learning'?'
—Florence, S.C. Jan 11 2000
'The illiteracy level of our children are appalling.' —Washington, D.C., Jan. 23, 20004"


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