(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
US President George W. Bush has not exactly turned out his best after the terrorist attack on the United States. In its own ranks, the criticism has been that Bush has not shown the necessary sensitivity to the victims and their survivors. Some international commentators and newspapers, on the other hand, have pointed to the president's somewhat rough rhetoric and its possible consequences.
After all, it becomes difficult to believe Bush when he insists that the terrorist campaign is an attack on the big S civilization, while at the same time responding with primitive cowboy slang taken from the wild west. He showed the pinnacle of unwise leadership this week when he announced that the United States would go Crusade against the terrorists. Whether the president here revealed his lack of historical knowledge or whether it was deliberate speech really matters. . .
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