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Bush clutching at straws

KentStateBuck said:
I for one am looking foreward to the upcomeing election. It should be one bitter, mudslinging hatefest. I was getting tired of the fake lovey dovey crap coming out of Washington.

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ashlandbuck said:
Why the reference to Bush Clutching at straws?
What does Bush want him to do...list the foregin leaders that want Kerry to win? Yeah, that makes sense...cuase if Bush wins, these guys really want their names out there as supporting Kerry?

Instead of hitting on topics he's dancing around on things that don't even matter.
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ashlandbuck said:
As far as I know, Bush has made no comment at all.

Unlike Kerry, he is remaining presidential

Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites) said Americans deserved to know what Kerry was telling the unidentified foreign leaders to purportedly attract their support.
Bush's babysitter made the claim. Bush would have responded personally but it was Nudie Magazine day, and he was busy chasing invisible penguins around the white house.

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Yes, Bush's latest add regarding homeland security and maintaining the tax cuts are very presidential :roll2:

Maybe next he will have an add saying Kerry plans on planting trees in the Federal Forests, when everyone knows that if we would have let the timber industry clearcut them we wouldn't have had the forest fire problems last summer...............
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ashlandbuck said:

Typical liberal response. It wasn't Bush that said it. You were wrong.
So your response is childish rambling.
If you are going to attack him with any credibility, I suggest a different approach.
Okay not bush but he is the president anything the VP says is basically coming from bush himself. There's no I in team brother. But the point remains Bush camp are not focusing on issues.
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ashlandbuck - Technically, you are right, Bush didn't say it. But his Sec of Defense did and his VP did and now his press secretary is going on the offensive. (I for one think that is a waste of the taxpayers dollars to have the press secretary doing campaigning details!) It would be nice to hear what ole DUHbya would have to say, but he doesn't do press conferences. Is it because he isn't the brightest bulb in the package and he may be asked a question that causes him to think? (Damn media wanting to ask questions that are prepared ahead of time.)
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I think that this is another tactic by Kerry to try and make Bush look bad. Who wouldn't want proof of this? Naturally, Bush's people ask for it, and Kerry and his cronies hammer Bush for nitpicking or taking away from his job.

It's the same thing with Kerry's proposed monthly debates. There's no way Bush should spend his time worrying about arguing with Kerry every month- he's got much more important things to do. But, when he declines, Kerry and his cronies will attack him as being scared, or weak.

In my opinion, it's Kerry who's clutching at straws. He's got nothing to stand on, so he's trying to divert attention from that and make Bush look bad.

Kerry's a weasel and a jackass. He is not the type of person we need in the White House.
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