"The president has been doing a lot of waving and getting a lot of waving and smiles. I think he's gotten a real sense of the warmth of the Vietnamese people."
-- BFEE spokeswhore Stephen J. Hadley, saying that although Dubya had not come into direct contact with ordinary Vietnamese, they connected anyway [Link]
"In 2000, tens of thousands of Hanoi's residents poured into the streets to witness the visit of American President Bill Clinton. Clinton toured the thousand-year-old Temple of Literature, grabbed lunch at a noodle shop, argued with Communist Party leaders about American imperialism."
-- David E. Sanger, on the difference between love and hate [Link]