What's on your mind? The war? The trial? The ignoring of Bush's interview with NPR's Juan Williams?
Williams: "By the way, in the speech, you spoke about the Democrats. You said, you congratulated the Democrat majority. And I notice your prepared text said Democratic majority. I surely think that you know that for the Democrats, they think when you say Democrat, it's like fingernails on the blackboard. They don't like it. They like you to say Democratic."
Bush: "Yeah. Well, that was an oversight then. I mean, I'm not trying to needle. Look, I went into the hall saying we can work together and I was very sincere about it. I didn't even know I did it."
More: "I'm not that good at pronouncing words anyway" (1/29). [EMILY GOODIN]