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    Bush Says GOP Keeps America Safe, Dems Weak on Terror







    LOL!!! Kooky Bush, he can't even keep America's kids safe from GOP perverts! This guy truly lives in a bubble.



    Bush Raises Volume on Campaign Charge

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    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- President Bush on Wednesday claimed Democrats can't be trusted to protect the nation from terrorist attacks. ''Vote Republican for the safety of the United States,'' he said.

    In an echo of the election-year charges the GOP used in 2002 and 2004, Bush accused the Democrats of being soft on terrorism and argued the nation's security is a key issue in the midterm elections.

    Vice President Dick Cheney, in 2004, had said a vote for Democratic Sen. John Kerry would risk another terror attack.

    On his three-day, $3.6 million fundraising swing through Nevada, California, Arizona and Colorado, Bush is trying to keep the election framed around the economy and the war on terror,

    But back in Washington, the partisan sniping continues over when Republican leaders in the House first learned about the conduct of former Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., who sent sexually explicit messages to teenage boys who had worked as pages at the Capitol.

    Republican strategists worry that the Foley scandal could keep conservatives away from the polls, but the White House said Bush is focused on getting his message out to voters.

    Bush interrupted his fundraising swing in California on Tuesday to denounce Foley's conduct and support House Speaker Dennis Hastert amid calls from some conservatives for the Illinois Republican's resignation as speaker.

    At a $450,000 breakfast fundraiser for Republican Rep. Rick Renzi, Bush criticized Democrats who voted against legislation allowing tough interrogation of terror suspects by CIA agents and a bill authorizing warrantless monitoring of phone calls and e-mails to detect terror plots.

    ''If the people of Arizona and the people the United States don't think we ought to be listening in on the conversations of people who can do harm to the United States, then go ahead and vote for the Democrats,'' Bush said.

    ''If you want to make sure that those on the front line protecting you have the tools necessary to do so, you vote Republican for the safety of the United States.''

    Democrats argue that Republicans have put national security at risk by their policies in Iraq and no longer have credibility with the American people.

    ''Time and time again, the president says he's running smart successful policies, but everyday the facts show that is not happening,'' Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., chairman of the Senate Campaign committee, said in a statement. ''Instead of making baseless claims, the president should focus on the facts and discuss what he's doing to improve the situation on the ground in Iraq.''

    After the morning fundraiser for Renzi, who is seeking a third term, Bush signed a bill that could bring hundreds of miles of fencing to the busiest illegal entry point on the U.S.-Mexico border.

    On his way back to Washington, Bush is stopping in Englewood, Colo., to speak at a $550,000 fundraiser for Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez.

    At the Renzi fundraiser, Bush also said his pro-growth economic policies have helped working Americans, and called on Congress to make his administration's tax cuts permanent. ''If the other bunch gets elected,'' he said of Democrats, ''they're going to raise your taxes.''

    Democrats argue that Republicans essentially are raising taxes by failing to revive popular middle-class tax breaks. A list of widely popular tax cuts expired more than nine months ago and have not yet been renewed. Among the expired provisions: Deductions for student tuition and expenses and for state and local sales taxes, intended to help residents in states that don't have an income tax.

    But the loudest applause from the Republican crowd came from his remarks criticizing the Democrats on national security.

    ''We believe strongly that we must take action to prevent attacks from happening in the first place,'' Bush said ''They view the threats we face like law enforcement, and that is, we respond after we're attacked. And it's a fundamental difference, and I will travel this country the next five weeks making it clear the difference.''
    Huh. Too bad Condi and George and Dick didn't take all of the pre-9/11 warnings seriously, thus preventing the attacks and all that followed. That is, unless they wanted the attacks. After all, no 9/11, and there'd be no Bush second term.




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    Re: Bush Says GOP Keeps America Safe, Dems Weak on Terror

    Like the debate that FDR wanted to get into WW II to help Great Britain so he let the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor.

    There is enough mismanagement and corruption in both political parties to have them all imprisoned for life, but instead we keep re-electing them, forgiving them, and telling ourselves that the other party is worse than the one "we" belong to.

    None of them walk on water, they just think they do!

    B/T/W -- are you aware of the report that the foreign division of Halliburton (registered in the Cayman Islands) is selling Iran some of the part parts being used in their nuclear development program? This is just one more thing that needs investigating.

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    Re: Bush Says GOP Keeps America Safe, Dems Weak on Terror

    Quote Originally Posted by hty2 View Post
    Like the debate that FDR wanted to get into WW II to help Great Britain so he let the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor.
    I'm terribly sorry, I don't get your analogy, nor do I understand how WWII at all applies to the attacks of 9-11.

    There is enough mismanagement and corruption in both political parties to have them all imprisoned for life, but instead we keep re-electing them, forgiving them, and telling ourselves that the other party is worse than the one "we" belong to.
    I approach this objectively. Fact is, Bush is sashaying around the country claiming one political party (the one I proudly belong to and one which my family has gladly supported since they arrived from Italy around the time of the McKinley admin) is weak on fighting terrorism whilst the other, the GOP, opened their legs and let al-Queda fuck America. Now, if you don't "get" the difference, that's on you, Mr. Republican. And the fact that Bush is a total swishy coward and a deserter has little to do with it.



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    Re: Bush Says GOP Keeps America Safe, Dems Weak on Terror

    Quote Originally Posted by General_Alfie View Post





    LOL!!! Kooky Bush, he can't even keep America's kids safe from GOP perverts! This guy truly lives in a bubble.




    Huh. Too bad Condi and George and Dick didn't take all of the pre-9/11 warnings seriously, thus preventing the attacks and all that followed. That is, unless they wanted the attacks. After all, no 9/11, and there'd be no Bush second term.




    Oh.

    Was he speaking to another one of those "canned" Bush audiences who already support him? Where the "terrorist coddling protestors" were held back blocks away?

    There's more reality taking place in The Amazing Race, CBS-Sundays, than there is in anything the Republicans are telling Americans right now, and The Amazing Race is in it's 10th Season! Unlike Bush's 5th.

    Fuck'em!



    Now if we could just figure out a way to get The Desperate Housewives (ABC-Sundays) to vote.

    I'm just getting started....


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    Quote Originally Posted by centexfarmer View Post
    Oh.

    [...]

    I'm just getting started....



    Don't hold a fucking thing back, my friend -- this is war.



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    As much as there are more important things going on, Foley was the last straw.

    You see Foley removed the last reason why you should vote for Republicans. Right now the only Republican tactic is that we aren't democrats, and that is why we should be in office, there is no more reasons for why you should vote Republican. There is no hope, only desperation in their message.

    Lets see what Republicans have done to piss off their base.

    1) Pissed off the Fiscal Conseratives with an ever expanding deficit, wasteful spending, and far more entitlement programs than there was in 2000. When in 2000
    2) Pissed off the State Rights/Just Leave us alone people with an every expanding goverment
    3) Pissed off everybody with a complete bundling with the war in Iraq, making such a mess that is vastily affecting all other foreign policy issues and our military readiness
    4) Now they pissed off the "moral voters" besides not actually succeeding in putting homosexuality back into a lock box and a failed Federal Marriage Ammendent, now the Republicans are the ones who don't take a stand on immorality in its ranks for it might endager a congressional seat. Republicans are now the immoral congress.

    It is ironic that for years Republican commentators have been saying that it is the Republican party is the one full of ideas...it is no longer the case. They have removed all the reasons why Republican likely voters, like Republicans.






    And if you were already a Democrat likely voters, the Republican Congress and President has only furthered your complete distaste in that party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland00 View Post
    As much as there are more important things going on, Foley was the last straw.

    You see Foley removed the last reason why you should vote for Republicans. Right now the only Republican tactic is that we aren't democrats, and that is why we should be in office, there is no more reasons for why you should vote Republican. There is no hope, only desperation in their message.

    Lets see what Republicans have done to piss off their base.

    1) Pissed off the Fiscal Conseratives with an ever expanding deficit, wasteful spending, and far more entitlement programs than there was in 2000. When in 2000
    2) Pissed off the State Rights/Just Leave us alone people with an every expanding goverment
    3) Pissed off everybody with a complete bundling with the war in Iraq, making such a mess that is vastily affecting all other foreign policy issues and our military readiness
    4) Now they pissed off the "moral voters" besides not actually succeeding in putting homosexuality back into a lock box and a failed Federal Marriage Ammendent, now the Republicans are the ones who don't take a stand on immorality in its ranks for it might endager a congressional seat. Republicans are now the immoral congress.

    It is ironic that for years Republican commentators have been saying that it is the Republican party is the one full of ideas...it is no longer the case. They have removed all the reasons why Republican likely voters, like Republicans.






    And if you were already a Democrat likely voters, the Republican Congress and President has only furthered your complete distaste in that party.
    FUCK'EM, FUCK'EM, FUCK'EM!

    It's like rats leaving a sinking ship, or rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

    The Republicans have got nothing. NOTHING!

    Except to drag out the (I've loved this phrase for weeks!) the Authoritarian Sisters!

    Remember the Apple Sisters (not authoritarian, or iPod, or wtfe) Apple Sisters during the REAL war effort of 1941-45?

    "Don't go waiting underneath the apple tree, with anyone else but me, with anyone else but me...la..la..la..."

    ?

    The Apple Sister's song was about honoring your code of love and committment BEFORE the war. IOW, I want you to come back, and I want you to love me.

    GW, is calling out to his "God Fearing, conservative-we've got more" base.

    He ain't speakin' to Americans!

    And he sure as shit ain't trying to UNITE us during this "critical" campaign season time in America.

    George Carlin asked at a club in San Francisco back in 1983 Reagan-Admistration (I was there, so don't ask for documentation!):

    "If Firefighters fight fire, and Crime Fighters fight Crime, what do Freedom Fighters fight for?"

    Fuck the fucking Fuckers!

    ~George Carlin, L.A. 1984.
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    Re: Bush Says GOP Keeps America Safe, Dems Weak on Terror

    Quote Originally Posted by the article
    On his three-day, $3.6 million fundraising swing through Nevada, California, Arizona and Colorado, Bush is trying to keep the election framed around the economy and the war on terror,...
    First off, that paragraph is incomplete. Second, I wonder how much it costs for Bush to abuse his Air Force One privilege to campaign in 4 states for 3 days; I mean, we're lucky if he's actually working in the White House and isn't down in Crawford. Third, either Congress or the states need to step forward with a constitutional amendment that prohibits a sitting federal official of any stripe to campaign for anyone at any level of government. The people entrust the working of the federal government to them, not to worry about who will take over abusing their position to campaign for others later.

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    Bush has trashed America and all it stands for more than any one who is an "enemy" of our country.

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    Re: Bush Says GOP Keeps America Safe, Dems Weak on Terror

    Quote Originally Posted by ICO7 View Post
    First off, that paragraph is incomplete. Second, I wonder how much it costs for Bush to abuse his Air Force One privilege to campaign in 4 states for 3 days; I mean, we're lucky if he's actually working in the White House and isn't down in Crawford. Third, either Congress or the states need to step forward with a constitutional amendment that prohibits a sitting federal official of any stripe to campaign for anyone at any level of government. The people entrust the working of the federal government to them, not to worry about who will take over abusing their position to campaign for others later.
    Campaign Finance Reform or RPG's? That's my question.

    Which do you think would be most effective?

    I know that you do not advocate such violence, but when are Federally Elected Officials actually HELD accountable?

    The "corner-stone" of the Republican Party has been about "accountability."

    I'm not implying that you're suggesting that they're never accountable, I'm attempting to open up a channel for you to outline how the next "Demi (Diva)" Leader of the Free World *cough,* should comport themselves during election season.

    I'm not in as much favor for RPG's as I used to be. Primarily because, apparently they went out of fasion when the "rag head" trust fund babies from Saudi Arabia could use them to threaten airports, and airlines. And eventually give up on that concept as they took "flight lessons" from "air schools" in America while Bush took "photo-opps" on his piece of shit ranch in Crawford Texas, as he attempts to have the Air Force shoot down American's learning how to fly single engine Cessnas over my farm in the "No-Fly-Zone" when he's at his Chapel Hill Ranch.

    Oooh! I feel safer!

    *vomit*

    "We don't make up the news, we just REPORT it, making up the news is the Government's job." ~ V is for Vendetta.

    Sorry no sites to quote.

    No poetry, or historical analogies.

    Just sick of Bush 43's shite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by centexfarmer View Post
    Campaign Finance Reform or RPG's? That's my question.

    Which do you think would be most effective?

    I know that you do not advocate such violence, but when are Federally Elected Officials actually HELD accountable?

    The "corner-stone" of the Republican Party has been about "accountability."

    I'm not implying that you're suggesting that they're never accountable, I'm attempting to open up a channel for you to outline how the next "Demi (Diva)" Leader of the Free World *cough,* should comport themselves during election season.

    I'm not in as much favor for RPG's as I used to be. Primarily because, apparently they went out of fasion when the "rag head" trust fund babies from Saudi Arabia could use them to threaten airports, and airlines. And eventually give up on that concept as they took "flight lessons" from "air schools" in America while Bush took "photo-opps" on his piece of shit ranch in Crawford Texas, as he attempts to have the Air Force shoot down American's learning how to fly single engine Cessnas over my farm in the "No-Fly-Zone" when he's at his Chapel Hill Ranch.

    Oooh! I feel safer!

    *vomit*

    "We don't make up the news, we just REPORT it, making up the news is the Government's job." ~ V is for Vendetta.

    Sorry no sites to quote.

    No poetry, or historical analogies.

    Just sick of Bush 43's shite.

    Real time, first hand observance.
    I have no idea what you are saying and what you are asking of me. I do recognize the V For Vendetta quote; goddamn, that movie pwned my face!

    I wasn't talking about accountability and not sure what to make of that 'violence' thing you mentioned; I was talking about abuse of trust. Bush isn't campaigning for himself to get re-elected, and if he was I'd bitch because it isn't even close to 2008. I am bitching about him using Air Force One and his position to campaign for others---again, Congress or the states should introduce an amendment to the Constitution that prohibits federal officials from campaigning for anyone but themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICO7 View Post
    I have no idea what you are saying and what you are asking of me. I do recognize the V For Vendetta quote; goddamn, that movie pwned my face!

    I wasn't talking about accountability and not sure what to make of that 'violence' thing you mentioned; I was talking about abuse of trust. Bush isn't campaigning for himself to get re-elected, and if he was I'd bitch because it isn't even close to 2008. I am bitching about him using Air Force One and his position to campaign for others---again, Congress or the states should introduce an amendment to the Constitution that prohibits federal officials from campaigning for anyone but themselves.
    You stand a better chance being classified as an official second class citizen, before you'll see that happen from either party.

    Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by centexfarmer View Post


    [...]

    GW, is calling out to his "God Fearing, conservative-we've got more" base.

    He ain't speakin' to Americans!

    And he sure as shit ain't trying to UNITE us during this "critical" campaign season time in America.
    Bush? Unite? That red-faced sociopath, actually try to unite the nation? Why would he do that??? I mean, long ago, Bush chose to align his political career to the most evil least honest element of American society, and that has it's advantages. One advantage is the freedom to lie without anyone calling him on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General_Alfie View Post
    Huh. Too bad Condi and George and Dick didn't take all of the pre-9/11 warnings seriously, thus preventing the attacks and all that followed. That is, unless they wanted the attacks. After all, no 9/11, and there'd be no Bush second term.
    As I posted somewhere else this evening, earlier this week (Monday morning?) the BIG story was Con-dough-leesa being royally pissed at Bob "Deep Throat" Woodward for writing that as National Security Advisor she was asleep at the wheel in the months prior to 9/11

    That story has totally evaporated in a puff of cyber-sex. Conspiracy buffs please call home

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    No matter how much they try to deny it and dance around the obvious, they can't get away from the fact that they received warnings that were simply impossible to misinterpret. Condyloma Lice is obviously lying through her gapped teeth when she says she doesn't recall getting any warnings. It's hard to believe anybody still takes any of these people seriously. How can anyone miss a paper titled "Bin Laden determined to strike in US"? How can she even try and say there wasn't a specific warning there? Hello!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random dude View Post
    No matter how much they try to deny it and dance around the obvious, they can't get away from the fact that they received warnings that were simply impossible to misinterpret. Condyloma Lice is obviously lying through her gapped teeth when she says she doesn't recall getting any warnings. It's hard to believe anybody still takes any of these people seriously. How can anyone miss a paper titled "Bin Laden determined to strike in US"? How can she even try and say there wasn't a specific warning there? Hello!
    She is lying. George Bush, Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, FBI head George Tenet, Attorney General John Ashcroft ..... they're all lying. They're lying because the truth makes them culpable for the deaths of 3,000 people on 9/11. They can't admit to it publicly because they can't admit it to privately ....... to themselves.

    Of course, I'm making an assumption that they function as normal human beings would under these circumstances. The more I think about it, the more I tend to agree with GA's harsher assessment of these Pugpeople. They are incapable of remorse, incapable of shame .... incapable of human emotion, period!

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    But President Bush awarded George Tenet the Presidential Medal of Freedom "the nation's highest civilian award, [which] recognizes exceptional meritorious service."

    So Bush thought Tenet was doing something right.

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    You're all a bunch of ingrates.
    Bush & Co invented that clever color code system and that made me feel so much safer.
    They should have just told us to close our eyes, snap our fingers and the threat will go away.
    Our first safety goal should be to rid this country of assholes in power, the rest will come naturally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclaimedblessing View Post
    You're all a bunch of ingrates.
    Bush & Co invented that clever color code system and that made me feel so much safer.
    Don't forget about the genius of them advising us to seal our houses up with duct tape and plastic. I can't imagine what I'd do without them to give me such bright ideas. We'd surely all perish were it not for Bush and friends looking for Osama everywhere except for where he is.

    And don't forget...the FBI is hard at work trying to protect us from tainted spinach and hypersexed congressmen

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    who cares what bush says...i honestly believe that the american people have tuned him out...he's like the teacher in those charlie brown cartoons going "wah, wah, wah...". nothing short of his friend jesus coming down from heaven and telling us to vote for his party is going to save him...
    "Yo mama is so fat she can't even jump to a conclusion!"


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    "They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." - George Bush, Washington, D.C., August 5, 2004

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICO7 View Post
    First off, that paragraph is incomplete. Second, I wonder how much it costs for Bush to abuse his Air Force One privilege to campaign in 4 states for 3 days; I mean, we're lucky if he's actually working in the White House and isn't down in Crawford. Third, either Congress or the states need to step forward with a constitutional amendment that prohibits a sitting federal official of any stripe to campaign for anyone at any level of government. The people entrust the working of the federal government to them, not to worry about who will take over abusing their position to campaign for others later.
    My dad commented on this the other night -- the Air Force One thing, that is. He claims that Eisenhower was the one who started using government-paid transportation to campaign for office.
    Unfortunately, others have turned the use of Air Force One into a nice bit of drama. JFK always made sure there was some official reason for going where he did, and then Ronnie Reagan turned the thing into a flying movie studio. They've all used it to get to photo ops, of course. And then they just HAPPEN to campaign along the way -- I mean, they're already there, so why not?
    I wonder what the Bush excuse is for dahing about in those four states -- or has he abandoned all pretense, and just goes?

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Bush and his staff have become all too much like Nikolodeon:

    it's all re-runs, and mostly for an education level around middle school.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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