Bush is a one-trick pony

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Tue, Jul 13, 2004, 6:39 pm  //  John Servais

He has his leering look as he leans over a podium and says the US is safer with Saddam removed from power. That's it. And variations on that. He has it down pat. He stumbles when he speaks of anything else. But he has that one little act down perfect.

You would not know we had an intelligence failure to listen to Bush. He is on the same mantra. To say the CIA failed him is absurd - he is still saying the same stuff even now after it is revealed the supposed WMD facts were wrong. He changes a word or two but his message is the same.

Yet - while he says we are "safer" now, his weird people are proposing that we be ready to postpone the election. Are we safer or are we in grave danger? They want it both ways. We must not delay baseball games or they say the terrorists "will win", but delaying the presidential election is OK. Do they think Americans cannot see the absurd disconnect?

By proposing that we consider delaying the election, Bush's weird people have given a victory to the terrorists. And maybe even encouraged a terrorist act as having a chance to seriously disrupt our political process.
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Bush is a one-trick pony

He has his leering look as he leans over a podium and says the US is safer with Saddam removed from power. That's it. And variations on that.…

John Servais
Tue, Jul 13, 2004, 6:39 pm

Postpone the election?

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Mon, Jul 12, 2004, 6:42 pm

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Fahrenheit 9/11 is breaking records

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John Servais
Thu, Jul 01, 2004, 6:55 pm


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