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    Default George W Bush

    I looked for a thread about this (seems like there must be one somewhere...) but I couldn't find one.

    I find this article today and was curious if his MBTI type is known and if these 'outsider' analysis perceptions fit the bill.

    Analysis: Bush's personality shapes his legacy - Yahoo! News

    Thoughts?
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    DUMB...but from the article analysis we'll go with ESTJ.
    Don't bother trying to prove them wrong...prove yourself, right.

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    I have seen him typed as ISTJ, ISFJ, ISFP, ESTJ and maybe ESTJ.

    That article makes him seem like the kinda guy you could get along with. And an ESTJ or maybe an ESFJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Feller
    Bush demands punctuality and disdains inefficiency. Every meeting better have a clear purpose. And it better not repeat what he already knows.
    I see where the idea of ESTJ can come from.
    However, I think this could be behavior of an ESTP too.
    Why should he be forced to go to a meeting if it's unimportant?
    He could be doing things his own way instead.
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    Funny how other world leaders are pretty evidently a certain type (Bill Clinton: ESFP, Tony Blair: ENFJ) but no one can really agree on Bush. The article suggests that his public image doesn't completely match up with his true personality. Maybe that is why he is difficult to type.
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    ESFJ.

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    I love how Tony Blair tells Jon Stewart on the Daily Show that he actually likes Bush personally, and Jon says, "Yeah, I'd probably like him too...if he wasn't in charge of me!"
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    ESTP, pretty sure about that.

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    George W. Bush is a model ISTP.

    Place an ISTP in front of the world, require of him both tact and polish, and you will have a man who forgets how to talk.

    Put an ISTP in his element, and you have what was taped here.

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