Many a word has been used to describe George W. Bush. The most apt? “Honest,” said 31 of 751 respondents in a survey by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. But then came “incompetent” (26 votes) and “arrogant” (24), followed by array of lower-scoring labels spanning “integrity” and “weasel.” Overall, Pew judged the word choices to be 40 derogatory and 36 percent favorable. Say this for our 43rd president: He’s unlikely to be remembered as unremarkable.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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