[Brit] Hume: I just spent some time in the company of people who are for you, who are worried about you ...
[Buffalo] Bush: Yeah.
Hume: ... just as you described your parents. They think that your presidency has run aground on the shoals of Iraq and that you must be - they feel almost sorry for you. What do you say to those people?
Bush: I don't think people are - at least the ones I run into, I had a bunch of our buddies from Texas up here this weekend and they're kind of - they look at you and go, man, how come you're still standing. It's not so much the presidency on the shoals because of difficult decision I made, it's more the weightiness of this thing must be impossible for anybody to bear. And I tell them it's just not the case, that I am inspired by doing this job. I believe strongly in the decisions I have made. I firmly believe that we are responding to this initial challenge of the 21st century in proper fashion.
I've got an idea as to what the 'one question' was: "In light of your determination, resilience and heroism, could I have your autograph-- on this government contract?"