September 15, 2005
WTF is this all about? I mean, it would at least be somewhat interesting if he had written: "Condi, cover for me. I have to go heave a Havana!" or something crude like that.
But this makes the Reuters wire?
September 07, 2005
Honestly, the number should be more like zero. But the poll is not of registered voters, just "adults" - which means that Bush-haters could just as easily be over-sampled as undersampled. I'd bet you dollars to munchkins that if you asked that same 13% "Did George W. Bush lie about his reasons to go to war in Iraq?" they'd ALL say "Hell, yes."
So as I mentioned yesterday, this pathetic "blame Bush" drumbeat being pounded by the Left has fallen on deaf ears. It's nothing more than Bush-haters preaching to the choir.
UPDATE: Here's the CNN story.
September 06, 2005
Hurricane Katrina was a natural disaster, no matter how hard the media tries to make it look like a man-made, or Bush-made one. 9/11 was an attack on our country by a foreign force, not an intense low pressure area. But mark my words ... before one more week is over you will hear demands that the victims of Katrina get huge government payoffs just like the victims of 9/11; and anyone who dares to disagree will be labeled a racist.Sadly, I think it's inevitable.
"Cindy Sheehan is yesterday's news; she couldn't attract a camera crew this morning if she stripped down to her step-ins for a march on Prairie Chapel Ranch." - Wesley PrudenRead the rest of Pruden's Washington Times column on the Left's feeble attempt to play "gotcha" on the President.
September 05, 2005
Now don't get me wrong, whatever their efforts yield is terrific for those in need. But am I the only one who gets creeped out seeing these two together. Clinton most definitely benefits from this association, and I have no doubt that he plays it up to the hilt. As I said once before in a previous post, it's like Bill is becoming the Tom Hagen of the Bush family. Yech.
116 queries taking 0.0675 seconds, 239 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.