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Neil Cavuto's inadvertant truth

Reported by Chrish - February 4, 2005

I happened to catch the end of Neil Cavuto's Your World show yesterday, 2/2, and was struck by what he said. Speaking highly of Lee Iacocca, Neil said the Democrats wanted him to run for president in 1984 and Iacocca declined. He told Cavuto, "I don't think I'd be a good politician."

Neil said "He was right. Not because he wasn't honest and direct, but precisely because he was."

Comment: As long as the head cheese on the alleged #1 financial show (snort!) can opine, so will I.

So which is Bush, Neil? He is widely lauded as a skilled politician and dealmaker, even by those who loathe him. Following your above logic, he must not be honest and direct. I'll take that one step further and say he is dishonest and sneaky, but a heckuva salesman/cheerleader. Look how many people support him as he robs them and their kids!

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