This is a good example of a picture that communicates an idea that wasn't true to its original context. The expression captured by the photographer can be interpreted negatively. But, Bush made the face while waiting for a reporter to finish his question, a look of concentration -- not in reaction to the question, which was about prisoners at Guantanamo. What does the picture say to you if you don't know the context of the moment? Check it out at minute 21 in the following video: http://msnbc-wbpreview/id/21458919/vp/25691295#25691295
U.S. President George W. Bush holds a news conference in the briefing room of the White House in Washington July 15, 2008.