I began by telling the president that there was a cancer growing on the presidency and that if the cancer was not removed ... the president himself would be killed by it.
An answer is always a form of death.
There comes a time in each life like a point of fulcrum. At that time you must accept yourself. It is not any more what you will become. It is what you are and always will be.
You really have to experience the feeling of being with the president in the oval office. ... It's a disease I came to call Ovalitis.
I'm anything but skittish about government, but I must say this administration is truly scary and, given the times we live in, frighteningly dangerous.
We are all encouraged that Bush appears, really for the first time in his experience on the stage of presidential politics, relaxed. His comfort is our comfort.