George W. Bush, responding to Katie Couric’s question on what the United States has learned from interrogating high-value terrorism suspects:
“Well, for example — there’s a — we — we uncovered a — a potential anthrax attack on the United States. Or the fact that — Khalid Sheik Mohammed had got somebody to — to line up people to fly airlines, to — to crash airlines on, I think, the West Coast or somewhere in America. And these would be Southeast Asians. In other words, we’ve uncovered cells.”
If this program had been successful, wouldn’t he have been familiar enough with–and proud of–specific successes such that he could have discussed them intelligibly? (Intelligently would be too much to ask for).
He is dangerously stupid.