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Wednesday, June 14, 2006
PRESIDENT BUSH'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE
Uh-oh, the black daze continues for the half-vast left-wingers.
88 WOO-HOO! Michelle Malkin reads Pat's The Night Before Fitzmas!
8 Spook 86 highlights the MSM’s dilemma with Bush: In Baghdad, Mr. Bush looked courageous and confident, standing next to Iraq's new Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki. With the new Iraqi cabinet finally formed--and terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi at room temperature--Mr. Bush had plenty of reasons to go to Iraq, and put a positive face on his policies. For a MSM that revels in painting Iraq as a quagimre and Mr. Bush's Vietnam, the unmistakable images of progress must have been hard to report. It was equally difficult for them to note Mr. Bush's courage in going to Iraq.
And with Libby: [W]ith Fitzgerald passing on a Rove indictment, Mr. Libby and his lawyers must be increasingly confident about their chances of winning an acquittal, when that case goes to trial. With the Rove inquiry now over, Libby's legal team will gain access to additional information developed by Fitzgerald's investigators, potentially bolstering the defense's case.
8 Wait 'til they hear that their very own Daddy Warbucks is agreeing with Bush! Soros against Iraq backtrack: Billionaire George Soros spent a fortune trying to pry President Bush out of the White House. But the Democratic Midas agrees with the President that we can't pull out of Iraq now.
8 This ad was obviously posted by the Pillsbury dough-boys of the DNC: Campaign to Help the Democrats Take Bake the House (NYC)
8 Senator flip-flop is still trying to set his record straight. Kerry: ‘I Was Wrong' On Iraq: U.S. Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts on Tuesday told an audience at the liberal Take Back America conference that he was sorry for voting to authorize the war in Iraq, calling the entire mission "a mistake."
I doubt he even realizes the irony of this statement: Kerry, who led an unsuccessful bid for the presidency in 2004, said it was necessary to admit mistakes because "you cannot change the future if you''re not honest about the past."
Kerry said he believes "we need a hard and fast deadline."
Here's what the real JFK had to say about that:
The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender, or submission.
John F. Kennedy