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Hose who hated them t might seem overly sympathetic For myself I lean toward the even handed despite my antipathy toward their policies I never thought Bush was stupid but I did think he was too much under the sway of Cheney s Hobbesian view of the world But even that s too simplistic a way to view their relationshipAnyway I thought this book was very well written and I must admit the needle has budged a bit as far as my thoughts about the two of them I will now at least concede they were motivated by a vision that I don t share but that they truly believed nThe most The Powers That Be: Global Energy for the Twenty-first Century and Beyond insightful analysis might be that Bush somehow was able to address the ramifications of the mistakes he made vis a vis the Irai surge bailing out the autondustry and TARPNevertheless I still wish Sandra Day O Connor voted the way her conscience now guides her The first presidential election for which I was eligible to vote was n 2004 and I voted against Bush as my foray nto civic participation Given Bush s purported disinclination towards the East Coast Ivy League establishment I m guessing he wouldn t have been a big fan of mine either However these were not really relevant factors Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit in my enjoying the book If you re looking for a hagiography or a smear job you ll be disappointed What Peter Baker has createds an mpressively smooth narrative of the goings ons n the world and the White House during the Bush Administration with some basic biographical tales for both Bush and Cheney The nformation sn t really aimed at swaying your opinion about these events one way or the other It just tells you I came away from this with a greater appreciation for both Bush and Cheney and a cabinet member here or there as they transformed from caricatures to complex Reitergayschichten I individuals as I read Baker gives you the background antecedents behind the scenes and public portrayal of milestone moments and events which will undoubtedly make this book all the valuable for history s sake The humanizing moments didn t detract from the weight of decisions made I certainly didn t change my stance on whether or not we should have gone to war with Ira but I do appreciate the gravity with which Bush addressed this throughout his timen office Bush definitely cried a lot during his stint as POTUS than I would have thought The cabinet dynamics weren t dissimilar from those that preceded them There were differences of opinions fall guys business related biases and definitely some hurt feelings I never knew that Rumsfeld was Condaleezza Rice s sensei or mentor or whatever and t was a fascinating relationship to watch collapse I certainly wouldn t have guessed that Cheney was a fan of Darrell Hammond s portrayal of him on SNL or that Bush was super nto challenging people to bicycle races This was a great listen thanks audible that at times felt almost nostalgic for me as I encountered the events from Al Gore s sighs during the presidential debates to Cheney s hunting fiasco that dominated the news from my sopho year of high school through college graduation While the tour down memory lane played US Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam in to my enjoyment factor I give Baker a great deal of credit as a story teller I d definitely recommend this both to the people of now and the future though I m not too worried about chrononauts needing my book recommendations As the actions and legacy of the Bush administration have been reduced to bumper sticker slogans and treated like bad memories to be forgotten Peter Baker does a great job telling us what actually happened He gives us a vivid portrait of a presidency forgedn crisis and virtually defined by controversyThe book s compelling and fast paced narrative I have moved on to the next stage of my grim fascination with the US presidency from the voyeuristic masochistic delight of an ntrovert following The Pain Of The Campaign To pain of the campaign to now reading about actual time spent n office I have a big fat book about Lincoln leering at me as we speakAnyway I am not really sure why I read this book apart from the realization that books about campaign are the gateway drugs to reading about presidents I did not particularly enjoy the time Bush was Traces in the Desert: Journeys of Discovery across Central Asia in office and a certain surprising nostalgia given the current president elect aside I had littlenterest わたしに××しなさい! 3 [Watashi ni xx Shinasai! 3] in revisiting this timeI am glad I did though because I learnt the following being the presidents an awful role the stress they had In The Aftermath Of 911 the aftermath of 911 daily worst case scenarios being sent to BushCheney German at a Glance: Phrase Book Dictionary for Travelers in a bureaucratic orgy of doom and ass coveringwould have driven most completelynsane Bush to his credit regularly met the relatives of those killed Blühende Heide in the warsn private Bush was seen as the best president n terms of aid for Africa ever and the link between Bush sbest features loyalty a willingness to pursue what he felt was right rather than what was popular and a desire not to second guess those at the front led to the worst decisionsI also relearnt that the entire Presidency was subsumed by Ira and no one at the end could really say why and that there was neptness Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and Its Aftermath in spades from the continued support of Rumsfeld the accidental breaking of the Kyoto treaty or the entire Katrina aftermathAt the end Bush had my sympathy but definetly not my vote I hesitated for a good long while before I finally picked up Peter Baker s Days of Fire Bush and Cheneyn the White House My hesitation had nothing do to with uality as the book has received overwhelmingly positive reviews It had to do with subject matter Though t feels like a lifetime ago or maybe several lifetimes ago the Bush Administration resides n our recent past I believe that George V's Children it s hard to write good history when the historys still fresh Instead of dispassionate analysis and reflection you get kneejerk reactions Time obscures some things to be sure but t clarifies others Also I lived through those years They weren t all that great the first time around I wasn t exactly waiting for a chance to revisit them My one positive takeaway of Bush s eight years n office was the stimulus check I received I sensed vaguely that I was being bought off It turned out I can be bought uite cheaply Eventually the undeniable uality of Baker s work forced my hand As advertised t s a monumentally grand retelling of some fairly tumultuous times There are many adjectives to describe the Bush years Smooth Brotherhood of Thieves: The Wardens is not one of them Also not apt uneventful It began you may recall or perhaps you ve tried to forget with a bitterly contested recountn Florida and ended with a sharply divided Administration and Congress dealing with the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression I tried to avoid a comparison to the Great Depression but I don t think How to Become an It Architect it s possible In between there were low points and lower points and also a stimulus check The Warn Afghanistan The escape of Osama bin Laden The War Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking in Ira The mishandling of Hurricane Katrina Scooter Libby s outing of Valerie Plame The utter collapse of the economy There were victories as well to be sure But with the exception of Bush s extraordinary effort to combat AIDSn Africa even his triumphs the toppling of Saddam Hussein No Child Left Behind the tax cuts are shrouded Lamikorda in controversy and the residue of unintended conseuences Baker chooses to tell this storyn a very particular way as a story This Garou Saga: Who's Who Werewolves is not a political screed arguing either for or against the BushCheney Administration Thiss not a volume filled with rigid. 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Days of FireI want to hang Saakashvili by the balls Putin told SarkozyHang him Sarkozy askedWhy not The Americans hanged Saddam HusseinBut do you want to end up like BushAh Putin replied there you have a pointThe president a senior Bush administration official said thinks cutting and running on his friends shows weakness As the navy steward worked his way around the table taking orders most of the officials stuck with a simple fruit bowl Cheney on the other hand ordered bacon and eggs Hill was struck that the vice president would order something so different when everyone was going light especially since he had had four heart attacks p 567Ah this book has a lot of new moments but for some reason this late one stuck with me Baker s book s essentially the story of a failed presidency and a big reason for that failure s ts ongoing nearly fatal stubbornness Ira Spying Torture Refusing to fire Rumsfield Harriet Miers Bullheaded Complete Guide to the TOPIK (advanced) in the extreme Dick Cheney plowingnto a plate of bacon and eggs no matter what says t all Seriously this s a very good and long book covering the eight years of the Bush administration And Baker gives you all of You Come to Yokum it Seemingly every day In lesser hands this could have been a deadening experience But Bakers a fine writer and through the sheer accumulation of detail along with a sympathetic but by no means partisan eye creates a context that humanizes most of the major players of these momentous years Bush n particular benefits As much I disagree with his nvasion of a Ira he generally comes across as a warm hearted and emotional guy trying to get Zbogom, dragi Krleža it right Baker with a novelist s flair at one point even as the violence of Ira dominates just about every page has Bush embracing his dying dog on the White House lawn at dusk DamnMoremportantly late Firesoul in the book Baker paints a picture of a president he reads fourteen bios on Lincolnn one year who has grown Jonathan Franzen: The Comedy of Rage into his role Against the advice sometimes bordering onnsubordination of nearly everyone excepting a few young aides Stephen Hadley Meghan O Sullivan a real star You Are the Rain in the book and Brett McGurk Bush reversed the driftn Ira and Cycle Style instituted the controversial surge Boy at the time the surge escalation happened I was STRONGLY opposed Bush s display of presidential leadership heres as fine as any I ve read However the problem here Artscroll Children's Siddur is that this decisions teathered to the controversial decision to nvade n the first place As Petraeus himself has said surge tactics can only buy you time In the end you must find a political solutionIf you re coming to this book to find Iron Cross illumination regarding the decision tonvade Ira you ll be disappointed You just don t know for sure where Zachary's Virgin it comes from About a week after 911 at a meeting of war cabinet officials Wolfowitz blurted out that there was a 10 to 50% chance that Hussein wasnvolved Pfaueninsel in the attacks Where Wolfowitz got that number out of the air or out of his ass I have nodea Even Bush got pissed saying How many times do I have to tell you we are not going after Ira this minute At this point I got the sense that some conversations ones that perhaps preceded 911 have not yet been revealed And t s only a week or so later Bush s telling Blair that Ira will have to be dealt withDid someone get to Bush Torah With Ramban's Commentary Translated, Annotated, And Elucidated: Devarim/Deuteronomy (Artscroll) in that time If sot would have been Cheney Cheney s hard to like especially n the early days of the administration To some extent Cheney does reinforce and help the nexperienced president If you want to go Hard Line Cheney s your man But Baker destroys the notion of Cheney as puppet master Cheney who s actually uite deferential to the office of the president only takes what Bush pushes his way When the second term comes around Bush who s by nature hyper competitive s ready to take back the decision making Cheney soon becomes a reduced figure Still bitching and grumping competitive s ready to take back the decision making Cheney soon becomes a reduced figure Still bitching and grumping on occasion winning a FIGHT HERE AND THERE BUT FOR here and there but for most part replaced by Condoleezza Rice who can and does push backBaker also covers Bush s domestic efforts most of which flamed out And then there s Katrina but even here Baker shows the state of Louisiana as having Time Capsule its share ofdiots Hot Under the Collar in high places Bush shows a degree of necessary calm during the financial crisis though I doubt he ll ever get credit for those hard decisions ones that probably saved us from another Great Depression Bush does shine whent comes to relief Horses in Africa In the end years and years from now one hopes that hes also remembered for the lives he saved there First let me say that I never voted for BushCheney and can be counted among those who think they were among the worst and most destructive administrations Goblin King in US history Certainly they weren my lifetime thus far Their transgressions for me originated with the contested election The Luthier's Apprentice in 2000 Thought I must also say that even then I was struck by Gore snability to carry his home state of Tennessee It s rare when a presidential candidate doesn t carry his home state and Factories in the Field: The Story of Migratory Farm Labor in California in this caset was a manifestation of Gore s nherent weaknesses as a candidate Clinton scandals notwithstanding Similarly n 2004 Bush faced another pompous windbag n Kerry And while I think both Gore and Kerry would have been better presidents than Bush I remain troubled by their choices for running mates Lieberman And Edwards Respectively and Edwards respectively hindsight Edwards was as much a train wreck as Palin At the very least no one could accuse Cheney of being a lightweightContested election aside people forget or give them a pass on the fact that 9 11 occurred on their watch And while I thought toppling the Taliban n Afghanistan was an appropriate reaction right from the beginning I thought the diversion nto Ira was a mistake and based on manipulated evidence combined with a uniue personal history between the Bush clan and Saddam Hussein I always thought Saddam s supposed weapons program was the euivalent of a Beware of Dog sign hanging on the fence of someone who had no dog It was a way to fend off his Middle Eastern enemies especially Iran Additionally Ira did have a self perceived claim on Kuwaiti territory back n 1990 but the Saudis called Schlechter Sex 2 in their marker with Bush the First to respondn force And we all know that the US military presence New Jewish Voices: Plays Produced by the Jewish Repertory Theatre in Saudi Arabia was the basis for Osama bin Laden s disaffection with the USA thus giving birth to Al aedaOther transgressionsnclude the turning of a revenue surplus nto a huge deficit the mpotent response to Hurricane Katrina n New Orleans the ruinous tax cuts the Constitutional assaults predicated on the War on Terror and the neffective financial regulators that led to the second worst economic meltdown Sword and Sorceress 24 in US historyMost egregiously the lack of planning andnability to anticipate the violent forces that they were unleashing n Ira and their blase attitude toward events such as the looting of the museum n Baghdad not to mention the persecution of Chaldean Christians s nexcusableAll that said this book did remind me that Bush did for Africa The Riptide Ultra-Glide in his support for the treatment of AIDs malaria etc than any president before or since He was also committed to meaningful but not punitivemmigration reform and Die Sanduhr it seems he did move from unilateralism to diplomacy over the course of his eight yearsn officeDespite approaching this book as a record of car wreck I survived I came away with a nuanced perspective of both Bush and Cheney For those who supported them this book will seem even handed For In Days of Fire Peter Baker Chief White House Correspondent for The New York Times takes us on a gripping and Mardi Gras intimate journey through the eight years of the Bush and Cheney administrationn. Analysis Baker has a definite theme that George W Bush was not Dick Cheney s puppet but he never hits you over the head with Ghetto it He really doesn t have anything to prove just something to share Baker tells this talen novelistic style Scenes are set with fly on the wall there ness There s reconstructed dialogue and nternal monologues If we view this as a novel albeit a novel that s heavily sourced and ncludes hundreds of annotated endnotes the two main characters are Bush and Cheney Superficially Bush presented himself as one of the simplest presidents That Yankee Cat: The Maine Coon in history He often failed as a communicator struggling to string wordsnto a coherent sentence His extemporaneous remarks were often empty bluster that blew back n his face He could project a lack of seriousness those facial gestures that was compounded by his many well documented trips to his ranch In Baker s hands though Bush s given depth and shading A reformed drinker he was a man of Ghost Stories of Washington iron discipline He was politically pragmatic passed bipartisan legislation and had a truly compassionate side that did not often shine through while he livedn the White House He also made disastrous mistakes that might never be understood but will be studied forever Bush American Espionage and the Soviet Target is often criticized for a failure ofntrospection He never really could admit his errors But maybe that s part of being president If you have to make the call Luxuspreissetzung in Der Theorie Und Implikationen F�r Die Praxis if you have to decide things that affect millions of people perhaps your ego needs a certain shield I didn t vote for Bush twice but by the end I had newfound respect for the him and the challenges he faced Hes to my surprise ncredibly compelling Bush shares this book s stage as he will forever n all history books with Vice President Cheney the most powerful VP we ve ever had During the Bush years Cheney served as the lighting rod He took the brunt of the criticism made up the bulk of the late night talk show jokes Many viewed him as the brains n the White House leading Bush around by the nose And to be sure n the first term Cheney had a lot of sway The Thinking Beekeeper: A Guide to Natural Beekeeping in Top Bar Hives in the foreign policy arena His fingerprints are all over the excesses of the War on Terror and thenvasion of Ira Cheney comes across as a man far concerned with Urban Legend Detectives Case 4: The Samejima Case international affairs than domestic politics Though a rock ribbed conservative he had a surprisingly liberal stand pushed perhaps by family circumstances on gay rights Baker certainly helped me understand Cheney better When I started reading Days of Fire I thought he was an asshole Now I ve downgraded that to prick Since thiss a book about politics the uestion of bias Die vier Jahreszeiten is bound to arise As I said before thissn t a polemic There Mituri, rituri, simboluri în societatea contemporană is a soft bias towards the Bush Administration but thats an Kyoko Karasuma Bd. 5 inevitable function of Baker s storytelling viewpoint Everything unfolds from the Administration s perspectivenside looking out Accordingly many of the Administration s failures are explained or rationalized away Too often Baker will describe something like Katrina as the appearance of failure when n reality the failure stems from facts on the ground Absolute non partisanship s probably The Huguenot Sword impossible Butf Baker sometimes seems overly forgiving Poetic Machinations: Allegory, Surrealism, and Postmodern Poetic Form it s because hes In the Shadow of Empires interestedn the human story than political deology Ideology s a theoretical construct that doesn t work The 101 Dalmatians in the real world because one size does not fit all Ideology always breakstself against the world Time and again Baker shows you people working and struggling and trying to find the least wrong answer to difficult uestions You may not agree with Bush Cheney Rumsfeld Rice and all the rest but From Pocahontas to Power Suits: Everything You Need to Know about Women's History in America its helpful even The Story of the Orchestra important to view them as actual people rather than lock stepped automatons bearing the banner of their political party Days of Fires a sturdy 653 pages of text Of course that s not nearly enough space to fully cover the Bush years You could probably spend 653 pages on the decision nvade Ira As such there s a certain feeling of pages on the decision nvade Ira As such there s a certain feeling of to the ssues as monumental events get reduced to a FEW PAGES OR PARAGRAPHS ON THE pages or paragraphs On the hand Days of Fire s terrifically even breathlessly paced It s one of those books you take to bed with you and suddenly ts way past your bedtime History Talking Cures and Placebo Effects is comforting becauset s a thing that we have already overcome No matter how terrible the struggle t The Bewitched Wolf isn the past and can no longer hurt us The future An Unreasonable Match / An Unconventional Duenna is terrifying because we don t yet know howt s going to play out This reality gives Days of Fire a certain strange tonality By the final pages Voodoo Woman ( New Orleans Mysteries its nearly bathing Finn (Anderson Billioniares Book 1) in nostalgia The Bush Administration evokes a lot of feelings within me but nostalgias not one of them But whatever you feel about Bush and Cheney whatever your political stripe you will likely find Days of Fire to be a good reading experience It Last Chance Hero is well crafted evocative and engrossing Ift does nothing else at all Officer Buckle and Gloria it should prove to you that being the presidents the absolute worst six packs of Tums a day job Antolog�a Patri�tica in the world After reading Days of Fire I have literally no conception why a person would run for this office Which of course makes me slightly afraid of anyone who decides to do so I have to admit that much like 70% of Americans I was not a fan of Bush and one of the main reasons I started reading this book was to bolster the opinions I had already formed This book did pretty much the exact opposite By no means am I saying that I will now defend the W Bush administration I still think you can make a strong case that he was one of the worst presidentsn American history But I walked away from this book with the belief that you can make an eually strong case that few could have become great presidents with the hand he was dealt I think this book Political Theory: An Introduction is a must read for our time We myself stronglyncluded have become victims of a polarized culture that demands we pick sides and then stick doggedly to our decisions I admit that I fell victim to this culture My Bush hatred was fueled largely by cable news outlets that told me how I should feel This book Two Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is great becauset doesn t try me how I should feel This book What Is Madness? is great becauset doesn t try decide what This Pagan Heaven is right or wrong It s meant to contextualize policies and have the reader form his or her own opinions In a time of black and white narrow minded thinking this books refreshing Paladin's Redemption int s even handedness and comfort with nuance and uncertainty While I found this absolutely absorbing and as readable as a Stephen King novel and pretty well written just like a Stephen King novel n the end I was sort of grossed out by this whitewashing of Bush and Cheney posing as a balanced and critical examination of their two terms n office It was especially a Bush love fest Hey he s a smart sensitive caring man after all In everything he did he only meant wellAlmost no words spent on the Irai dead which he must take responsibility for and just a couple of fleeting mentions of the possible role of oil Zum Ruhme Reifer Geister: Eine Flaschenpost Mit Brennrezepten Wunderwassern Und Beschwingten Versen Von Babylon Bis Heute (German Edition) in the Ira war Bush s less than distinguised careern the National Guard s glossed over as s just about every other possible shortcoming on Bush s partIn the end jingoistic propaganda but a pretty good read Sometimes Dreamsnake its difficult to remember that political leaders are just normal human beings dealing with extraordinary situations This book showed a very human side to George Bush Unfortunately Dick Cheney did not come off as sympathetically It was Dark Water: A Siren Novel interesting to see how the relationship between Bush and Cheney evolved through the 8 yearsn the White House I was always one of the Resident and his seasoned relentless vice president Confronted by one crisis after another they struggled to protect the country remake the world and define their own relationship along the way.


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