Bush on Arab TV for two ten-minute interviews? OK, one is Al-Hurra, the network we set up, and the other's on Al-Arabiya, not Al-Jazeera, but still: This is the guy who couldn't be trusted to speak to the 9/11 commission solo.
Can we trust him not to use the word "crusade"?
Is he going to spend half of each interview backtracking to his entirely irrelevant catchall justification for everything his does ("On September the eleventh, two thousand and one, our nation was attacked...")? Is he going to eat up even more time telling viewers that "Iraqis no longer have to fear a brutal dictator" and that "we know he was pursuing chemical, biological, and nucular weapons"?
Is he going to spend the rest of the time talking about "freedom"? Is he going to say it's a gift given to all people by God? Will he be able to restrain himself from suggesting that his "mission" in Iraq is God's mission?
Yeah, I know these aren't likely to be appropriate responses to the questions he'll be asked. But when has he ever answered the questions he was asked?