Skip to comments.Bush's Rhetoric Targets Unnamed Critics
Posted on 03/22/2006 10:44:07 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
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Clinton always used "...reasonable people (would agree, would have to agree, agree, say)...."
Never once did AP write a story about this.
Guess it looks like this man has "gravitas" after all.
Pres. Bush needs to shrug off the media attacks and keep using the bully pulpit.
Would this "some" mentioned by Bush be related to the "some" who appears constantly in newspaper stories? Or that favorite device of AP and the New York Times, "critics say"? When reporters quit attributing things to un-named "sources," then we can criticize Bush for invoking "some."
Some might call this a piece of crap story.
Bullsh**. This is an editorial.
I wonder who Jennifer Loven voted for in 2004?
Remember, you can't spell "cheap" without AP.
Looks like power line had this ditz nailed a year and a half ago: http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/007959.php
--Because the "some" often go unnamed.--
I have a list of 57 names!!! How about John Smurpha, Russ Slimemold, John Con-yours, etc. ?
I love this hissy fit the MSM is going through.
I see WIN/WIN here for us.
BARF ALERT should have preceded this article.
And yet ANOTHER "specialist"; one in "presidential rhetoric". Completely unnecessary. We do not need someone to tell us what the president said, or that we should not like his choice of rhetoric, etc. etc.
Wayne Fields - get a REAL job, and earn money in an honest way with integrity and honor.
The babies in the press are crying again. Nevermind they constantly cite "unnamed critics" and anoynmous sources in their opinion columns...which this is. Actually, it's propaganda from the DNC.
Difference with the President is that he's actually being truthful in his reports of the critics' assertions. Nuances of their arguments and all included. :-)
I think most of the MSM and liberal Dimocraps are still down after the count from yesterday's beating at the hands of the President. Helen Thomas is still out in spite of vast amounts of smelling-salts administered. President Bush showed great skill with his jabs, sticking and jabbing while setting up straight rights and lefts. Helen Thomas's face reveals the severe punishment she received while she failed to slip any of Bush's jabs even while stepping into several rights - or was her face that way from birth?
I loved all two rounds of that fight.
I always interpret this to mean 2 reporters walking by the White House discussing the spin or rumor of the day.
I think so. Reporters never respond well when the tables are turned against them.
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