libertpaulian saidI knew Bush was a puppet all along.
Watching the vid that did cross my mind. Or that his behavior is situational, that he would present such composure when not striking what he thought would be taken as a presidential pose while in office but which came off as being a total phony then. Either way speaks to issues of consistency and possibly of integrity. It would be interesting to learn if he had been forced by his family to play a part he did not want to play in what seems to me to be the most dastardly heist in the history of the world.
Though he certainly seems much more of an honest character here, almost even, dare I say, likeable. And he seems smarter out of office too. I never thought I'd think that. Trouble thinking under pressure or was that puppeteering? I liked how he held his composure all the way through the interview even including how he subtly expressed his perceived slight in Obama's comment on his so called greatest achievement not directly involving his own country.
I used to click the remote as soon as this guy's face would show up on my TV. But I might view that interview again. I found it real curious.