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Saturday, January 15, 2005 

Sorry Mr. Terrorist

This is an example of exactly who I DID NOT vote for.
The disease of Political Correctness has fully infiltrated the Bush Doctrine rendering it more and more impotent.

WASHINGTON -- President Bush expressed misgivings Thursday for two of his most famous expressions: "Bring 'em on," in reference to Iraqis attacking U.S. troops, and his vow to get Osama bin Laden "dead or alive."

During a round-table interview with reporters from 14 newspapers, Bush acknowledged that his tough language "had an unintended consequence.

Just when you thought Clinton was finally out of the White House! It must some kind of Clintonian mind control at work, a result of having him around the White House more often, especially when you read this...

"I don't know if you'd call it a regret, but it certainly is a lesson that a president must be mindful of, that the words that you sometimes say. ... I speak plainly sometimes, but you've got to be mindful of the consequences of the words. So put that down. I don't know if you'd call that a confession, a regret, something."

HUH? What happened to our Maverick president?
The one who wasn't afraid to point into the camera and say LETS ROLL.
The one that we voted for?
Kerry lost the election because of this kind of meely-mouthed, ass-kissing, crap!
This is making me sick to my stomach.

Have the communist infiltrators in our mainstream media have this much control over our leaders? Or is there something else at work?

Is there some kind of Damoclean Sword now hanging over GWB's head now that we're unaware of? Was he tricked? This is truly upsetting and confusing.

Please GW... I know you're probably trying to embody the Spirit of Teddy Roosevelt and 'Speak softly but carry a big stick' but you have no further elections to plan for. The public who keeps this country safe and running the way it should likes to hear you speak plainly and honestly.

Screw the whiners who will complain in every NYT editorial. They have much less influence than you think and you do more damage to our troops on the front lines by retracting statements that gave them confidence and energy to know that the job will get done.


Don't ever apologize to these punks ever again, it only adds fuel to their fire.

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