Times requests interview with moron, gets something else altogether

I've posted on the foreign media's distorted view of the U.S. and President Bush before. The foreign press has an extreme case of groupthink, and they have all accepted and propagated the image of President Bush as an idiot, cowboy, and warmonger.

Now the Times of London actually interviews Bush, and realizes the monolithic and simplistic foreign view is inaccurate:

In person Mr Bush is so far removed from the caricature of the dim, war-mongering Texas cowboy of global popular repute that it shakes one’s faith in the reliability of the modern media.
Congratulations to the Times for breaking ranks with the rest of the moronically unanimous Bush-hating European papers. The whole article is worth reading.

HT: PoliPundit.

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