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Unformatted text preview: waiting, and stretch. He continues with talking about how, though we are all on edge, Bush is filling his schedule with meaningless things to do. He goes into detail describing the past president luncheon sponsored by George W. Bush, which he obviously feels to be something very trivial. He speaks with a tone of disdain in regard to Bush throughout the passage, going so far as to even create and tell a humorous story, saying that if Obama keeps his word and simply calls Bush Sr., hell be a more dutiful son than George W. was. He wraps up his rant by pointing out an irony, that the Republicans have been quite cooperative with the new president-elect, in part because they realize that he has the majority of the world on his side at the moment, while the Democrats are the ones giving Obama a hard time. It becomes is evident that Finemans purpose in writing this passage is neutral; to inform on this current situation, and to do so in an entertaining way....
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- Spring '11