Talk:Decider

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This is a pertinent article, but shouldn't the origin and context of Bush's new "catchphrase" be examined in depth, with sources and origins to add perspective to the backlash and subsequent parodies like the aforementioned Daily Show sketch?

      • Buddy-Rey

I've made some changes to do that.

      • Mr_Beale

Reverting redirect[edit]

Bushism no longer mentions this remark; see endless, endless discussion on Talk:Bushism. As a result, the redirect is no longer appropriate. The discussion here [1] is confusing on whether you have to get a deletion review consensus before recreating an article where edit history is already preserved, as it is in this case. If some other procedure is needed to resurrect this article let me know. However, whatever the appropriate state of this article is, it is not a redirect to Bushism which no longer mentions this quote. — ciphergoth 11:42, 12 November 2006 (UTC)

This seems too far[edit]

Since when do we create Wikipedia articles about something thats taken out of context and inflated, not to mention biased?

I vote for the deletion of this article.

I have, for now, nominated this for deletion. El Carnemago 23:27, 26 December 2006 (UTC)

As I noted on your Talk page: No, you haven't nominated this article for deletion. Please finish the AfD nomination process as outlined on WP:AFD. If you need help or don't understand something, please ask for help or assistance. --ElKevbo 00:12, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

Rather than bother finishing the incomplete afd, I've redirected this to List of United States Presidential nicknames, as it does happen to mention "The Decider". --- RockMFR 18:16, 7 January 2007 (UTC)