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Is it just me, or...?
Posted on 03/15/2004 8:50:18 PM PST by sarcastro
On the CBS Sunday show, after Friedman & Schieffer's somewhat contentious interview with Don Rumsfeld, it sounded like Schieffer started to say something like, "Mr. Secretary, you're always a worthy adversary." Did anyone else catch that? For the record, he ended up saying something like, "Mr. Secretary, you're always a worthy adv...ocate for your cause." Nice save, Bobby!
TOPICS: Politics/Elections; Your Opinion/Questions
KEYWORDS: mediabias; rumsfeld; schieffer
posted on 03/15/2004 8:50:19 PM PST
I would take "Adversary" as a compliment.
posted on 03/15/2004 9:10:33 PM PST
Oh I caught it too...just a little knife into Rummy as a parting cheap shot...Rummy smacked Schieffer around during the interview like the liberal punk he is...did you catch Rummy comeback at Schieffer when Schieffer asked him about the WMD's and the eminence of Iraq's danger...Rummy told Schieffer that the only ones who said that Iraq was an eminent danger was Schieffer and the critics...Rummy said he and no one in the administration said that Iraq was an eminent danger. ROFLMAO...Rummy really slapped Schieffer around. And again Rummy explained that they acted on the best info they had, that Klinton said there was WMD in 98 and that's why he ordered the rocket attack. Every country's intelligence had reported WMD's.
Rummy did an excellent job.
posted on 03/15/2004 9:35:15 PM PST
(U.S.M.C. "C" 1/5 1st Mar Div. Viet Nam 69&70 Semper Fi "KERRY IS A LYING TRAITOR!")
I saw that. I throughly enjoyed watching Rummy rip the feathers off of Schieffer's yellowed ass.
posted on 03/15/2004 10:20:09 PM PST
(JOHN KERRY can be rearranged to spell HORNY JERK. Coincidence?)
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