Tuesday, January 3

"But King George what about the.....?"

Ooops, I almost forgot, it is "unAmerican" and "Unpatriotic" to excercise freedom of speech/thought, and question the good King!


I just can't help but wonder, "isn't there more to running a country's economy" than simply starting a war, and using it for an an excuse for everything"


White House officials hope this week sets the tone for its top priorities as Bush visits the Pentagon on Wednesday to discuss the war on terror and then flies to Chicago on Friday to try to convince Americans that the economy is on solid footing.

-Enter, the proverbial door to door, vacuum cleaner salseman

"I've been thinking long and hard about 2006," Bush said Sunday after visiting wounded troops in San Antonio. "And my hopes of course are for peace around the world. I'm going to continue to work as hard as I can to lay that foundation for peace."

Bush also mentioned the economy's increasing strength.

"We had a very strong economy and we'll work to keep the economy as strong as we possibly can so anybody that wants to find a job can find one," Bush said.

-Just a few questions there ... Mr. "straight up, honest kind'a guy...?
-If the economy is so damn good, what about .....


On Thursday, Bush meets with Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and former secretaries of defence and state, including Madeleine Albright who served in the Clinton administration.
Bush will be defending his strategies for curbing terrorism and...
outlining his game plan in the war.

"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.


Also in January,
Bush is expected to deliver his fifth state of the union address,
-one that must be about more than Iraq, said Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Bush must also address issues like health care costs and the federal deficit.

"You're starting to see a revolt in Republican ranks," Jamieson said.
"What is he going to say to members of his party about what he's doing about the deficit?"

"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.
"We're at war," Bush said.

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