We all know Dubya isn't the greatest orator, and perhaps it's for that reason that he is dealing out one question to each of the world leaders attending his address in Brussels. As The Independent
As the leader of the free world George Bush is known to be a busy man. There have also been question-marks in the past over his attention span and dislike of protracted debate, but, even by the standards of the Bush White House, the assembled heads of Europe will be given short shrift tomorrow when they gather to address the President of the United States.
So does this mean that the distinguished leaders will only be allowed three crayons to color their paper place mats at the state dinner?