The New York Times > Washington > Campaign 2004 > The Mystery of the Bulge in the Jacket:

What was that bulge in the back of President Bush's suit jacket at the presidential debate in Miami last week?

Not sure how to even pretend this is freakinname worthy, but under the auspices of "wireless technology" -- come on folk, he's the president. You think those Secret Service guys who wear earpieces are running around with people saying, "Left foot, right foot" in their ear? I'm not saying Bush didn't have "answers" plugging into his ear, though the quotes around the word "answer" should hint to you I find it hard to believe that was happening. His repsonses would've been better. But what if another important situation occurred that required the attention of the proverbial leader of the proverbially free world? Shouldn't he know immediately without having someone run on stage with an envelope? And have the chance to decide whether or not he should field the issue?

Thinking mtn from molehill here. He's the president. He's got reasons to be connected other than a debate.