Repeat offender: He may not be environmentally correct, but George W. Bush sure does love recycling:
LAST WEEK Electronic Industries Alliance Government Industry Dinner, Grand Hyatt, D.C.: "On my way out, Laura, the First Lady, said, 'Where are you going?' I said, 'Well, I'm going to go speak to a banquet of high-tech entrepreneurs and people who are making the economy grow.' She said, 'Whatever you do, don't try to be charming, witty or debonair...Just be yourself.'"
OCT. 30, 2000 Appearance on the Tonight show: "[Laura] gave me a little advice tonight. She said, 'Whatever you do, don't try to be charming, witty or debonair...Just be yourself.'"
OCT. 19 Quoting his better half at a Waldorf-Astoria dinner: "'George, this is an important crowd. Whatever you do, don't try to be charming or witty or debonair...'"
JAN. 12 Speech in Florence, S.C.: "She said, 'When you get to Florence, don't try to be witty or charming or debonair...'"
DEC. 1, 1999 At the Republican Jewish Coalition Forum: "'When you get up there to Washington...whatever you do...'"
NOV. 11 At the Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland, Ohio: "She said, 'Don't try to be charming, witty or debonair...'"
OCT. 6 New York: "'Honey, remember, we're in New York City...'"
JUNE 12 Iowa: "And then on the plane coming up here today, Laura said, 'I want to give you a piece of advice...'"