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A day in the life of President Bush (5/15/05): many photos; Condi in Iraq
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Posted on 05/15/2005 5:48:21 PM PDT by Wolfstar

PRESIDENTIAL NEWS OF THE DAY: After spending about 24 hours at Camp David, the President and Mrs. Bush returned to the White House early to attend the annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service on Capitol Hill. He was joined by Attorney General Al Gonzales, Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao, and Secretary of Homeland Security Mike Chertoff, as well as FBI Director Bob Mueller and the Director of ATF, Carl Truscott. The Congress was represented by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, Senator Pat Leahy and Congressman Dave Reichert, from the state of Washington, among many others. Reichert served as a law enforcement officer for over 30 years, and received the 2004 National Sheriffs Association Sheriff of the Year Award. Singer Darryl Worley performed "I Miss My Friend."

In other administration news, Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice made a surprise visit to Iraq. On a lightning visit, she urged Iraqis to be patient, saying the insurgency can be beaten with the help of a strong political alternative. "The insurgency is very violent, but you defeat insurgencies not just militarily," Rice said after meeting with officials in Baghdad and the northern Kurdish region. "The Iraqis...are now going to have to intensify their efforts to demonstrate that in fact the political process is the answer for the Iraqi people."

QUOTE OF THE DAY: From the President's address at the memorial service today.

We're a nation built on the rule of law, and the men and women who enforce those laws uphold America's role as a beacon for fairness and peace. And, today, we honor 415 new names added to the memorial wall.

Among them are Detroit police officers Matthew Bowens and Jennifer Fettig. The officers were making a routine traffic stop when the suspect opened fire. Though Officer Bowens had already been shot several times, himself, his first concern was for his injured partner. Both officers gave their lives in protecting each other and their fellow citizens, and this nation of ours will always honor them.

Danger to law enforcement can come from the outskirts of a community, as it did to Bradford County Pennsylvania Deputy Chris Burgert. He and his partner, Deputy Mike Van Kuren, were shot last March while trying to serve a bench warrant on a known criminal. Chris had been leading a drug investigation that often brought him face to face with danger on rural back roads. And his bravery had brought a string of successes against a dangerous and volatile set of criminals. His acts took unusual courage, and our nation will be always grateful for his sacrifice.

Danger can come even in what one thinks is routine investigation. Last May, Arizona police officer Don Schultz was diving for evidence in a murder case when he lost his life. Officer Schultz had been on the force for 19 years and was one of the department's master divers. He died in an act of devotion to duty that was common to him, and will always remain extraordinary to us. These are just the examples of the brave we honor today.

Every generation of Americans has produced men and women willing to stand watch over the rest of us. Every generation has lived under the protection of law enforcement. We must never take for granted the police officers of America.

For each friend or family member here today, the engraving on the wall will always glow brightly around one name. We cannot soothe your grief or repay your loved one's sacrifice -- but their names are inscribed permanently on this memorial. We acknowledge the lasting debt we owe them, and offer the solemn thanks of a grateful nation.



TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Front Page News; Government; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: bush; condoleezza; georgew; iraq; jordan; laura; leo; president; rice; saudiarabia; secstate; syria
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To: Theresawithanh

It does--you just can't fake that kind of compassion! Love that man!


51 posted on 05/15/2005 6:27:41 PM PDT by LUV W ((Freedom is on the march. Freedom is the birthright and deep desire of every human soul.GWB 3-29-05))
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To: hoosierkitties
These ones of the Pres. are very touching. I admire him so much.

Me too. So very much to admire about that man.

52 posted on 05/15/2005 6:28:06 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: SoCalPol

Hello again to answer your question which I had done on the other dose but when I went post it had been pulled.

Yes there was a game today, Charlton drew 2:2 with near neighbours Crystal Palace and because of results elsewhere Palace were relegated.

I will post a couple of photos of Charlton's mascot's in a few minutes.


53 posted on 05/15/2005 6:28:42 PM PDT by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME - And a Member of the Conservative Party)
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To: snugs

No flames from me on that observation, not even one colored in yellow crayon, I definitely agree with you.


54 posted on 05/15/2005 6:28:52 PM PDT by Theresawithanh (I never sweat the petty things, and I never pet the sweaty things.)
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To: snugs

I WANNA BE FIRRRRRSSTTT! I want a toaster like that one! hubba-hubba! LOL!


55 posted on 05/15/2005 6:31:46 PM PDT by LUV W ((Freedom is on the march. Freedom is the birthright and deep desire of every human soul.GWB 3-29-05))
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To: Wolfstar
Thanks for the thread! I happened to catch the President on C-SPAN today. After the ceremonies were over, he stayed and met with a huge number of relatives. He was very kind and spent time listening to them, hugging them, kissing children, etc.

He is a very compassionate man, and I am proud that he is our President.

56 posted on 05/15/2005 6:32:15 PM PDT by Miss Marple
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To: CAluvdubya
Congratulations on your new job! Does this mean you have eliminated worries of downsizing from other job?

Thanks for your kindness. Outsourcing has complicated so many lives. Company CEO's may see some benefit, but for us worker bees, it's just not worth the trouble.

I've said that because there are multiple layers of companies involved where I work. The client company, and several outsource vendors. The main one is IBM. I was working for them until this past Friday. The client company is not happy with them and has not been sending much work their way. So IBM has been laying off like crazy.

I was able to land a job directly with the client company. However, it's a contract for six months. It will take me through the end of the year. After than, who knows. But I'm much better off that the 50+ people who've been laid off just this month alone.

57 posted on 05/15/2005 6:32:40 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Wolfstar; MJY1288; All

ANNOUNCEMENT:

If you missed the Tom Delay Tribute Dinner earlier this week, C-Span is re-broadcasting it NOW (9:30 PM EST)!

http://inside.c-spanarchives.org:8080/cspan/schedule.csp

NOTE: It plans to re-broadcast today's National Peace Officers Memorial Service featuring a speech by the President at 2 AM EST!


58 posted on 05/15/2005 6:34:10 PM PDT by DrDeb
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To: LUV W
...if I had to go through something like that, he is the one I would want comforting me--'cause I know that he means it!

He sure does. That's why it takes a toll on him. A person has to genuinely feel emotions such as compassion and shared grief in order for it to take a toll on them.

59 posted on 05/15/2005 6:34:21 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Theresawithanh

Condi is spectacular. There's no other word to describe her. And I appreciate your kindness re my job.


60 posted on 05/15/2005 6:35:17 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: prairiebreeze

I'm touched by the congrats of you and others on this thread. These last four months have been a dark time in my life. Finally a bit of sunshine.


61 posted on 05/15/2005 6:36:28 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: SoCalPol
Here are the 2 characters


62 posted on 05/15/2005 6:37:57 PM PDT by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME - And a Member of the Conservative Party)
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To: CAluvdubya; SoCalPol

Our California does have its problems, for sure. But I wouldn't live anywhere else. As I've said before, the only way I could move would be to take the Pacific Ocean with me. That would mean Oregon, Washington, Alaska or Hawaii. No thanks. Now if I could figure out a way to make a living on Catalina Island, that would be ideal. :-)


63 posted on 05/15/2005 6:39:05 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Miss Marple
After the ceremonies were over, he stayed and met with a huge number of relatives. He was very kind and spent time listening to them, hugging them, kissing children, etc.

Hi, Miss Marple. GWB is a most compassionate man. He has done so much of this since 9/11, one wonders where he finds the strength. But it's one of the reasons I love him so.

64 posted on 05/15/2005 6:40:57 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Txsleuth; Wolfstar; MJY1288

"Right---we can't "overDOSE" on pictures of Bush, can we?"


Perfectly stated . . . We can NEVER get too much of our AWESOME President and First Lady!!


Wolfstar: GOOD LUCK with your new job . . . what an exciting time for you!


65 posted on 05/15/2005 6:41:55 PM PDT by DrDeb
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To: snugs
Dare I say without fear of getting flamed that not only has she traveled more but she has done so mainly alone (apart of course the usual entourage) which IMHO is because the President can trust her to spread his message rather than hers which may not have been the case with the previous incumbent.

Bears repeating, because your observation is so spot on.

66 posted on 05/15/2005 6:42:01 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: DrDeb

Thank you, DrDeb.


67 posted on 05/15/2005 6:43:04 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Wolfstar
Your very welcome, After watching todays ceremony for the Peace Officers Memorial, I didn't want everyone not to get a chance to see them.

I hope all goes well in your new job,

Best of luck to you!
Mike

68 posted on 05/15/2005 6:45:04 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: CAluvdubya

It may be expensive to live here but I have never lived in a place where relaxation is so close.

Some good beaches here are Coronado by the Hotel Del Coronado, La Jolla, etc.


69 posted on 05/15/2005 6:45:05 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: Wolfstar

I've been living in CA since 1988 and I love it here, even if it is a little expensive and overly populated with libs! Can't imagine living anywhere else, either, except I miss my family in WA State. I do manage to visit them pretty often, tho.


70 posted on 05/15/2005 6:45:09 PM PDT by Theresawithanh (I never sweat the petty things, and I never pet the sweaty things.)
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To: Wolfstar

BUMP


71 posted on 05/15/2005 6:45:39 PM PDT by Khashayar (Screw You and Your Gas!)
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To: snugs

Yes there was a game today, Charlton drew 2:2 with near neighbours Crystal Palace and because of results elsewhere Palace were relegated.
I will post a couple of photos of Charlton's mascot's in a few minutes.

That sounds like a fun day. Will look forward to the
photos!


72 posted on 05/15/2005 6:48:22 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: MJY1288

Thanks for your good wishes re my new job, Mike. BTW, I decided not to reping everyone. After all, they already got two pings, and will probably figure it out. Things will start getting easier for me now, at least through the end of the year.


73 posted on 05/15/2005 6:49:35 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Theresawithanh

Next year I will have lived exactly half my life in the Los Angeles area. I've decided that's when I'll start thinking of myself as a native, LOL!


74 posted on 05/15/2005 6:50:39 PM PDT by Wolfstar (U.S.M.C. -- when it absolutely, positively has to be destroyed over night)
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To: Wolfstar

Is it near the area where we picked you up?


75 posted on 05/15/2005 6:51:47 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: Wolfstar

Great pics of Condi


76 posted on 05/15/2005 6:53:45 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: MJY1288

She is a most striking looking woman


77 posted on 05/15/2005 6:59:44 PM PDT by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME - And a Member of the Conservative Party)
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To: All

Missing Chapters of Clinton's "My Life" Exposed in New Book Tue May 10, 8:00 AM ET



Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2005 -- Bill Clinton rose to the White House in part claiming to be a supporter of women"s rights, but a shocking new book claims to document a pattern of disturbing attacks against women that renders the former President"s claim hollow.

In "Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine" (World Ahead Publishing, $25.95, ISBN 0974670138), author Candice E. Jackson documents how Bill Clinton used his political power to harass, intimidate, and terrorize women who got in his way. Whether it was assembling a smear team to attack a grief-stricken widow, threatening a reporter for her research into an Arkansas health care scandal, or hiring private investigators to bully an ex-flame's family members, Jackson says that Clinton showed no reluctance to go after any woman who inconvenienced his political career.

"This pattern of cold-blooded willingness by Clinton, his wife, and their inner circle to do anything to maintain power is clear," claims Jackson, an attorney and commentator who is also a recovering victim of domestic assault. "Their Lives," which the author says fills in missing chapters from the 950 page "My Life," debuts in stores on May 31, 2005, the same day as the paperback version of Clinton's memoir. This book features an in-depth look at eight women who crossed paths with the so-called "Man from Hope" - seven former objects of desire as well as his wife, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Drawn from first-hand interviews and hundreds of sources, the book promises to counter Clinton's recent efforts to rehabilitate his legacy, although it does not focus on the morality of Clinton"s philandering but rather his willingness to wield his political power against his victims.

The book's publication has been hailed by the women whose story it profiles. Clinton sexual harassment accuser Kathleen Willey praises the book as "the most accurate portrayal...of the true nightmare Bill and Hillary put me through." Alleged Clinton rape victim Juanita Broaddrick says "Their Lives" is "a complete chronological account."

Commentator and author David Horowitz says, "This book connects the political to the personal in a way no one has done before. It is a must read for anyone interested in the history of our age." "Bill and Hillary Clinton showed no reluctance to do whatever it took to get the job done," Jackson says in speaking of Washington's most powerful couple. "It's important to tell the stories of the women they targeted - Americans need to know this side of the Clintons before Hillary asks us to send her back to the Oval Office."

About the Author: Candice E. Jackson, a self-described liber-tarian feminist, is an attorney and commentator from Los Angeles. She formerly worked for Judicial Watch, a public watchdog group, and is a graduate of Stanford University and Pepperdine Law School. A recovering victim of domestic assault, her articles have appeared in Reason magazine, The Independent Review, and other publications.

About World Ahead Publishing: Headquartered in Los Angeles, World Ahead Publishing is the West Coast's premier publisher of conservative and libertarian books. Our growing coterie of authors share in our pro-freedom editorial ideals, and our fusionist perspective seeks to appeal to a broad audience by publishing books that advocate the free market, limited government, the protection of liberty through law, and a vigorous national defense.

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78 posted on 05/15/2005 7:00:31 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: snugs

I really like Condi Rice, She is a classy woman


79 posted on 05/15/2005 7:04:34 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: snugs

I love the Charlton characters. Thank you so much for
posting the pixs


80 posted on 05/15/2005 7:04:39 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: SoCalPol; Wolfstar

Lucky me: I just saw both of your screen names scroll by!

I'm so happy for you, Wolfstar! Your new employer has made the best choice ever!

SoCalPol, has Zucchet's trial started?


81 posted on 05/15/2005 7:07:15 PM PDT by onyx (Pope John Paul II - May 18, 1920 - April 2, 2005 = SANTO SUBITO!)
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To: SoCalPol
As a soccer Club Charlton do so much for the local community they have special funds etc and they sponsor courses at the local college/university and other projects in the area a lot of them aimed at youngsters.
82 posted on 05/15/2005 7:09:14 PM PDT by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME - And a Member of the Conservative Party)
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To: onyx

SoCalPol, has Zucchet's trial started?

Yes, both of the libs. At least we put our pols on
trial instead of some places that shine on theirs.
Hope they get what is comming.

How are things in Miss.


83 posted on 05/15/2005 7:11:04 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: Wolfstar

I love it that Condi is "hands-on" and full steam ahead! She is the greatest....and such an asset to our country. I believe with all my heart that she is going to be way more effective than Colin Powell because she DOES share the same policies with the President!


84 posted on 05/15/2005 7:13:17 PM PDT by LUV W ((Freedom is on the march. Freedom is the birthright and deep desire of every human soul.GWB 3-29-05))
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To: SoCalPol
Clinton disgraced the office he held. Nobody will ever see a picture of X42 in the Oval office and not think of his despicable behavior. He is doing his best to polish his legacy now that he is out of office and associating himself with the truly admirable family of the Bush's. IMHO all this does is contrast the difference between them and make everyone appreciate the Bush's and their contribution to this great country.

Years from now Bill Clinton's legacy will still be summed up in two simple words "Blue Dress"

85 posted on 05/15/2005 7:13:56 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: SoCalPol

OK. Thanks for the update. It will spare me from reading the back issues of the U-T. I hope they're both convicted.


86 posted on 05/15/2005 7:14:07 PM PDT by onyx (Pope John Paul II - May 18, 1920 - April 2, 2005 = SANTO SUBITO!)
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To: snugs

Charlton do so much for the local community

I am so glad to hear that. Many knock sport teams
but many do a lot of outreach also many people who
are housebound have something to follow.


87 posted on 05/15/2005 7:14:14 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: MJY1288
Good observations Mike
88 posted on 05/15/2005 7:17:51 PM PDT by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME - And a Member of the Conservative Party)
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To: MJY1288

Years from now Bill Clinton's legacy will still be summed up in two simple words "Blue Dress"


Well put. It is good they are exposing both Bill and Hill
and keeping it up so when 08 comes she won't have a chance.


89 posted on 05/15/2005 7:18:32 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: SoCalPol

Indeed


90 posted on 05/15/2005 7:18:38 PM PDT by snugs (An English Cheney Chick - BIG TIME - And a Member of the Conservative Party)
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To: Theresawithanh; SoCalPol; Wolfstar
I am a born and raised Californian but never by the ocean. This is heaven for me.

Hubby and I went to Coronado beach last summer. We try to go to different places to get the lay of the land down here.

Life after kids is good too!

91 posted on 05/15/2005 7:21:50 PM PDT by CAluvdubya (Don't let them Bork Bolton!)
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To: Wolfstar

Congratulations on your new job. They are fortunate to get you.

And thanks for today's Dose.


92 posted on 05/15/2005 7:21:51 PM PDT by kitkat (!)
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To: snugs
I always liked George Will's summation of Bill Clinton's Presidency. He said that Bill Clinton will not be remembered as the worst President this country ever had, Bill Clinton will be remembered as the person ever to become President
93 posted on 05/15/2005 7:22:14 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: All

John Fund is on Drudge's radio show now and
talking about politics and the Newsweek sham.


94 posted on 05/15/2005 7:22:26 PM PDT by SoCalPol (Hey Chirac, Call Germany Next Time. They Know The Way To Paris)
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To: Wolfstar

Condi's traveled more and looked better doing it!


95 posted on 05/15/2005 7:23:03 PM PDT by altura
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To: MJY1288; snugs
Correction:

I always liked George Will's summation of Bill Clinton's Presidency. He said that Bill Clinton will not be remembered as the worst President this country ever had, Bill Clinton will be remembered as the WORST person ever to become President

96 posted on 05/15/2005 7:23:12 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: SoCalPol

I'm listening to it now on Satellite Radio


97 posted on 05/15/2005 7:23:46 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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To: baseballmom

Or... two threads are better than one!

But more confusing.

Thanx to both of you.


98 posted on 05/15/2005 7:24:01 PM PDT by altura
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To: MJY1288

***I really like Condi Rice, She is a classy woman***

Not only does she have class, but she should be Best Dressed Woman of the Year. Her taste is flawless.


99 posted on 05/15/2005 7:26:06 PM PDT by kitkat
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To: kitkat

I'm not an expert on womens clothing, but that black outfit and the knee high black boots she wore when she visited our troops was quite nice :-)


100 posted on 05/15/2005 7:28:16 PM PDT by MJY1288 ( By Comparison...."Dingy" Harry Reid makes Tom Daschle look like a Statesman)
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