Bush: Senate bill isn't "risky"; no more "name-calling and finger-pointing"!
From president Bush's comments today, this is the lowest of the lowest hanging fruit I spotted (a difficult choice):
I say -- I don't think this is risky, frankly. I don't view this as risk reward. I, frankly, view it as doing what you ought to do. See, people ought to be running for office to do what's right for the United States of America. That's what I believe people run for office for. And so I want you to know that you've got an administration that looks forward to working with people. I will do my best to make sure that this debate [see update 3] does not denigrate into name-calling and finger-pointing. And we'll spend energy and time and effort to help you advance a really important piece of legislation for the good of this country.
First, I don't think denigrate can be used intransitively. Second, it's good to know that we've got a "people administration". Third, Bush is a complete Quisling.