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1 29th July 00:41
harry hope
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From The Washington Times, 7/19/03:
http://www.washtimes.com/national/20030719-120154-5384r.htm

By Bill Gertz

President Bush chastised senior advisers, including National Security
Adviser Condoleezza Rice and outgoing press spokesman Ari Fleischer,
about the uranium intelligence flap and the White House's handling of
it several times during the recent trip to Africa.

Spokesmen at the time initially said the White House was provided with
bad intelligence from the CIA, only to reverse course a day later and
claim the intelligence may still be valid although it should not have
been included in a presidential speech.

"The president wanted the matter settled," one official said of Mr.
Bush's harsh words for his advisers.

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Aw c'mon. Hahahaha. Yer killin' me. Li'l Ge****e "chastised" who?
Hahahaha

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2 31st July 20:36
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"Now both of you listen. See what happens when both of you don't tell me the
TRUH? I can f****ve the 20,000 dead Iraqis and I can get by with over 200
Americans killed. ...But Lying! This I cannot f****ve! Both of you! Go to
your rooms. You're not getting ANY supper."

- Shrub chastising senior advisers NS Advisor C. Rice and press secretary
comical Ari..
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3 9th August 15:55
harry hope
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Default Moonie Times sez Bush scolded Rice and Fleischer. Suuuuuuuure he did.


From The Washington Times, 7/19/03:
http://www.washtimes.com/national/20030719-120154-5384r.htm

By Bill Gertz

President Bush chastised senior advisers, including National Security
Adviser Condoleezza Rice and outgoing press spokesman Ari Fleischer,
about the uranium intelligence flap and the White House's handling of
it several times during the recent trip to Africa.

Spokesmen at the time initially said the White House was provided with
bad intelligence from the CIA, only to reverse course a day later and
claim the intelligence may still be valid although it should not have
been included in a presidential speech.

"The president wanted the matter settled," one official said of Mr.
Bush's harsh words for his advisers.

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4 21st August 13:33
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Default Moonie Times sez Bush scolded Rice and Fleischer. Suuuuuuuure he did.


In article <I8icnfpDJoX0ZIaiXTWJjg@comcast.com>, noneedstoknow@mail.com
says...

Two things. Clinton has not been president for sometime now. And why is it
you Repugs always cite Clinton as an acceptable reason for Bush doing the
same thing?
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5 21st August 13:33
lawson english
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Because they see CLinton as the most dispicable President who ever lived, so
they try to make Bush look "not too bad" by comparison.

Of course, Clinton's misbehavior is amateurish compared to Bush's. In fact,
they do Bush a terrible injustice by trying to make it sound like he's as
incompetent as Clinton. I mean, consider the following:

Clinton: bombs another country using trumped up justfication;
Bush: invades another country using trumped up justification.

Clinton: lies about ***ual relations with an adult intern;
Bush: makes misleading remarks designed to make everyone want to go to war.

Clinton: "I tried pot, but I didn't inhale";
Bush: ""


I mean, there's no comparison. Clinton isn't worthy of shining Bush's shoes.


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6 21st August 13:34
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Ok, great. If you ever mention Ronald Reagan and anything about the deficit
during his term, then you can be reminded of this.
And why is it


Why is it you lib's run away and use the excuse above you used, when blame
can be pointed out at your own party?
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7 24th August 07:17
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In article <WfGdnUIomrmfi4GiXTWJjg@comcast.com>, noneedstoknow@mail.com
says...

I have never mentioned Ronald Reagan. He and his times are ancient history.
And while history is a continuum, we cannot change it. Always, we are
challenged with now, not then.
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8 25th August 10:54
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So your defense of bush is to attack a man out of office for the past 3
years. Nothing positive to say about bush, no denial, just change the
subject. Does this mean then that you agree 100%, that bush always seeks
others to blame for his mistakes?
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9 25th August 10:55
rico_001
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Well the only mention of Reagan and his deficit might be how paltry it now
looks in light of GW's deficit.
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10 25th August 10:56
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Reagan and the deficit is relevant.

Clinton and Waco is not.


It might help if you rightards would bring something up about Clinton
that was relevant.

So far, you've been completely unsuccessful.

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