Strategery: How George W. Bush is Defeating Terrorists, Outwitting Democrats, and Confounding the Mainstream Media by Bill SammonStrategery is a term borrowed from a Saturday Night Live skit and self-deprecatingly adopted by the White House for their meetings. White House Correspondent Bill Sammon is borrowing it yet again in his latest account of this unlikely-yet historic-president. It is written with verve and piercing insight by Sammon, who has been granted unprecedented access to President Bush, Vice President Cheney and their most senior advisers. No other journalist has interviewed the president more times than Sammon.
A most revealing book that captures firsthand Bush’s ‘strategy’ of honesty, decency and doing what he says he’s going to. -- Rush Limbaugh
Bill Sammon has some of the best sources within the Bush campaign….This book contains a treasure trove of insight. -- James Carville
The most interesting and readable account to date of the 2004 campaign and the momentous events that have followed it. -- Brit Hume
George W. Bush argued with Lorne Michaels about who invented 'strategery'
But while the long-running comedy institution has been especially tuned in to policy matters in recent years, Saturday Night Live has always turned to political humor for inspiration and served as the basis of many memorable impersonations. These are the bits that have changed public outlook, occasionally spoke truth to power and still crack us up. Instead, they often picked targets peripheral to his Presidency — as with these sharply written recurring sketches, in which host Keenan Thompson would ask a panel of African-American writers and intellectuals what it would take for them to not vote for him. The perpetual punchline: virtually nothing. After a primary season where Jesse Jackson went from outspoken outsider to legitimate Democratic contender, the veteran civil rights leader appeared on SNL — and ended up making a better argument against the sitting President than anything Walter Mondale came up with that fall.
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Bush and Al Gore, two candidates for President of the United States, during the first presidential debate for election year Comedian Will Ferrell played Bush and used the word "strategery" a mock-Bushism playing on the word "strategy" , when asked by a mock debate moderator to summarize "the best argument for his campaign", thus satirizing Bush's reputation for mispronouncing words. The episode was later released as part of a video tape titled Presidential Bash
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