Bush Urges Iraqis to Vote, Lowers Expectations

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Bush also expressed sadness over the crash of a U.S. helicopter in western Iraq that news reports said killed 31 American Marines. Five more U.S. troops died in insurgent attacks on Wednesday.

He did?!? I certainly didn’t hear any “sadness”. You gotta love the media spin.

I listened to the press conference this morning. Not because I wanted to ( I can’t stand the sound of Bush’s voice). It happened to be on while I was getting ready for work. I think he set some new lows with this one. For example, the answer to the helicopter crash…..He couldn’t fake a better answer to that question? He said someting about looking into the facts. That was it. And the answer to the questions regarding the growing opposition to the Iraq war in America. His answer, as always, “the world is a better place without Saddam.” Uh, yeah…That’s true, but it still doesn’t change the fact THAT WE WERE MISLED INTO THIS WAR!!!

I was so mad I flipped the radio off! God, and we have four more years of this clown…

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  1. I had similar experience with NPR this morning. Hatch was babbling some moronic thing about Gonzales being a representative of his race. Like anyone cares about his race, the issue is this monster robbed human beings of their fundamental human rights and has made America into some third world prison camp, where people are tortured, mutilated, and killed because they don’t share the President’s radicalized Christian worldview. The man isn’t morally qualified to be a human being let alone attorney general of the United States. How could anyone serious consider this man to be a qualified candidate to protect America Civil Rights. It’s beyond laughable. So I had to turn the radio off because I was screaming at the top of my lungs at the ignorance.

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