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post #16 of 20
That is a bad picture; on tv my immediate reaction was I liked it. I'm just glad it's not ALL navy suits now. Also, I knew it was not a red tie; I just want him to switch and not to red. I'm starting to doubt my communications abilities. EDIT: Is his tie tucked into his pants?
post #17 of 20
[quote][quote=bryce330,03 Nov. 2004, 10:21]
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,03 Nov. 2004, 5:38
It's funny cus its probably true Please... hasn't this nonsense been put to rest yet? BTW, I didn't think Bush's suit was anything special.  Among other things, the button stance was too low. I don't think its nonsense, especially from a sartorial point-of-view, since most people on the forum know that there is no way a "˜bulge' could be formed in that way by either a poorly tailor suit / shirt (and than the galls of the neo-cons to suggest that the president would wear such badly tailored clothing is a huge insult to the American public; which in turn says something for the gullibility of the public and their lack of sartorial knowledge). I was never for John Kerry, just anti-Bush. Jon.
I am not pro-Bush either, by "nonsense" I just meant that the idea that the idea that the President of the United States would have a big, bulky radio transmission device attached to the middle of his back during a debate is somewhat ridiculous.   Even if one accepts the possibility of him wearing a transmitter/receiver, there are tiny, wireless devices that fit entirely into the ear with no other equipment necessary.  I'm sure that the President has access to the best miniature spy technology in the world and that he wouldn't need to pick up some bulky box-like contraption at Radio Shack. Moreover, even if whatever equipment he was using required a box-like device, it would obviously be placed in a less conspicuous place than the middle of the back (such as the chest pocket).   That said, I think the explanation provided by the White House regarding his suit was plainly ridiculous, and I'm surprised his tailor went along with it.  The bulge was almost certainly part of some sort of security outfit, with a small chance that it was some type of medical device.
post #18 of 20
I saw somewhere else where one of his spokesman stated that he was wearing a bulletproof vest under his suit for this speech. Bradford
post #19 of 20
On tv the fabric looked very light I'm wondering if that's what wja saw Also I think you can tell in that pic by the not very appealing way it bunches, although it does, I think, look great when there is a minimum of movement. Btw cabinet meeting, look at the ties blue red blue red red and then "damn it Rod Paige did you not get the memo ...." I'm calling Rod Paige out of cabinet in term 2 , they won't admit it but it's because he won't follow the tie rule.
post #20 of 20
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Btw cabinet meeting, look at the ties blue red blue red red and then "damn it Rod Paige did you not get the memo ...." I'm calling Rod Paige out of cabinet in term 2 , they won't admit it but it's because he won't follow the tie rule.
I am cracking up over that. "Yeah, it's just that we're doing the ties this way now, so I'll shoot another copy of the memo over to you, and if you could do that from now on, that'd be great, mkay?"
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