The Nudnik File

Nudnik - n. U.S. colloq. Esp. in Jewish usage: a pestering, nagging, or irritating person

Sunday, November 21, 2004


              Stand by Your Man
Many commentators have noted that one of the key characteristics of this President and Administration has been the demand for loyalty from all members. Below, President Bush demonstrates his loyalty by rescuing one of his Secret Service bodyguards from Chilean Security.
The Washington Times has a good write-up of this incident.
A few seconds later, after posing for yet more pictures about 15 feet inside the doorway, Mr. Bush and the rest of the party turned to enter the dining room. But the president quickly turned his head to the growing din just outside.

Mr. Bush calmly turned right as the other three continued on and inserted himself into the fight. The president reached over two rows of Chilean security guards, grabbed his lead agent by the shoulder of his suit jacket and began to pull.

The tape of the incident, viewed by reporters last night, could not pick up any words the president might have been saying as he worked to get the agent through the line.
|| Nudnik 9:19 AM
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