March 19, 2009
From the New York Times:
According to Robert B. Barnett, the Washington lawyer who negotiated the book deal with Crown on Mr. Bush’s behalf … Mr. Bush began working on a draft two days after he left office.
Posted by Jerome Doolittle at March 19, 2009 03:42 PM
“He’s already written 30,000 words,” Mr. Barnett said. “He has no collaborator, but he’s working with his former chief speech writer Christopher Michel.”
Huh? Oh, yeah, you already said that.
Huh? Sorry, I can't come up with anything better either.
Of course he'd need someone who can read and write, but wouldn't a typist have done as well?
Bush write a book, he can't even read a book, much less write one. Who are they kidding?
Got to take exception to that, Knowdoubt. He read "The Pet Goat," didn't he?
bush has lots of collaborators. where's barnett been?
The only use I can imagine for anything written(?) by Bush would be wrapper for fish guts. Unfortunately, the paper size also would prohibit its use for that.