Tuesday, January 25, 2005


Bush Gets High Marks As A Public Speaker

ROCKFORD, Ill. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – President George W. Bush may stumble over his words during his speeches, but, overall, he’s one of the best speakers to come from the White House in years.

According to speech expert, Nino Cruz – who teaches corporate bigwigs on how to be a powerful public speaker – Dubya is the best presidential public speaker since John F. Kennedy.

Cruz believes Bush’s most recent inaugural speech was “very good” and thinks the prez does a good job of showing confidence when he speaks, even when “he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”

That quality helped him win the election, says Cruz, who thinks John Kerry’s talking-at-you-instead-of-with- you style is very abrasive to listeners and cost him a lot of votes.

Still, Bush is no Martin Luther King Jr. As Cruz puts it, “He needs to work on making his speeches flow better instead of sometimes sounding robotic like he’s just reading from a card.”

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