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Democrats signal oversight of Bush would increase. Probes by Congress may be in the cards
Chron ^ | May 21, 2006 | BENNETT ROTH

Posted on 05/21/2006 2:46:02 AM PDT by FairOpinion

Michigan Democrat Rep. John Conyers Jr.'s Web site features his call for investigations of the U.S. invasion of Iraq and President Bush's authorization of wiretapping without court warrants.

Conyers says either could justify Bush's impeachment or censure.

It is one of numerous demands by frustrated Democrats, out of power in Congress for several years, for investigations of the Bush administration.

But with the growing prospect that they could regain control of at least the House in the November elections, Democratic leaders are signaling that they intend to increase oversight of the White House if they win a majority — and use their subpoena power to put the administration on the griddle.

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi of California has indicated that high energy prices, faulty intelligence used to justify the Iraq war and the National Security Agency's surveillance program would be investigated.

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TOPICS: Front Page News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: bush; congress; democrats; dncagenda; dncangenda; election; elections; gwot; iraq; nsa; terrorism; waronterror; wot
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People who are so anxious to see Republican incumbents defeated, better consider that they are giving the Dems a better chance to take ovef Congress in November, and they are all set to thwart President Bush's efforts to protect us from the terrorists.
1 posted on 05/21/2006 2:46:05 AM PDT by FairOpinion
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To: FairOpinion

Related article:

Republican vulnerability in House races may be growing

http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/0,1249,635209216,00.html

Despite polls showing rising support for Democrats and scorn for Republicans, analysts have said Democratic hopes for big gains remain remote, because so few seats are in contention.

That appears to be changing.

Over the past week, a handful of once-safe Republican congressional seats have come into play, and other Republican incumbents are facing increasingly stiff re-election battles, according to analysts, pollsters and officials in both parties. The change amounts to a slight but significant shift in the playing field, and a potentially pivotal change in the dynamics of this midterm election.


2 posted on 05/21/2006 2:47:29 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion

Conyers represents one of the most crime ridden districts in the country: the east side of Detroit. People there live in barred homes. Drugs are plentiful. The police don't prevent crime, they just do the paperwork after it happens.

You'd think he'd be interested in cleaning it up?

No, not Conyers. He just wants to get Bush.


3 posted on 05/21/2006 2:51:21 AM PDT by kjo
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To: FairOpinion
Michigan Democrat Rep. John Conyers Jr.'s Web site features his call for investigations of the U.S. invasion of Iraq and President Bush's authorization of wiretapping without court warrants.

I'd love to see this opened up on prime-time TV. We can present the pre-war docs to the public (since the MSM won't) and explain FISA and the evolution of the legal basis for wiretapping.

4 posted on 05/21/2006 2:54:35 AM PDT by Cementjungle
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To: FairOpinion
What I don't understand about Bush is how he allowed his numbers to fall this far. Last summer, I began screaming on this board that he needed a new PR strategy. There were so many things he could do to counter the hostile media. He did next to nothing. Now he's faced with the prospect of losing the House, which was his strongest support. The Senate Republicans are a disgrace. I soured on them when I watched the Bolten hearings.

The only good thing is expect the Democrats to overplay their hand. However, he needs to discredit the media soon and neutralize them to a certain extent, soon.
5 posted on 05/21/2006 2:54:39 AM PDT by Patriot from Philly
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To: Patriot from Philly

"What I don't understand about Bush is how he allowed his numbers to fall this far. "


I don't understand it either.

It seems to me that every since Karen Hughes left, they just couldn't get their PR strategy together. I think President Bush thinks, that if he does things right, eventually people will figure it out, but with the hostile MSM and the Dems, perception is more important than reality.

We are having a great economy, as a result of Bush's taxcuts, and he is not taking credit for it and most people don't even notice it.


6 posted on 05/21/2006 2:58:56 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
"Democrats signal oversight of Bush would increase. Probes by Congress may be in the cards "

The RATS are a very funny lot indeed, really good at counting chickens that don't exist.
They counted their chickens in 2002 too didn't they.
If I am not mistaken Terry McAuliffe "guaranteed" the RATS were going to win the Congress back then too, then promptly got clobbered. Same thing in 2004.

It's good to see the RATS Neanderthals exposing their malignant intentions for all to see right now, so Republicans can be even more determined to come out and clobber the RATS yet again come November.
7 posted on 05/21/2006 3:03:45 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: FairOpinion
We are having a great economy, as a result of Bush's taxcuts, and he is not taking credit for it and most people don't even notice it.

Do ever wonder why most people don't notice the great economy? Could it be that it is not so great?

8 posted on 05/21/2006 3:04:06 AM PDT by SwordofTruth (God is good all the time.)
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To: FairOpinion

The wire-tap bill was passed by a RAT congress in 93 and signed by RAT Clinton, their favorite traitor. Conyers prob. voted for it without ever reading it. Any investigation MUST include questioning everyone of them who voted for the Bill, AND Clinton himself.


9 posted on 05/21/2006 3:05:31 AM PDT by Waco
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To: Waco
Any investigation MUST include questioning everyone of them who voted for the Bill, AND Clinton himself.

Aren't you the dreamer! :-)

10 posted on 05/21/2006 3:09:10 AM PDT by Howlin
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To: FairOpinion
"That appears to be changing.
Over the past week, a handful of once-safe Republican congressional seats have come into play, and other Republican incumbents are facing increasingly stiff re-election battles, according to analysts, pollsters and officials in both parties.
"

Yeah?
According to "analysts" eh?
Oookkay.

Read this extract from Realclearpolitics:

"The most interesting contrarian countersign is how well Republicans seem to be doing in several close races, and even in some contests where they should not be competitive. Senate seats now held by Democrats in Minnesota, New Jersey, Maryland and Washington are now close. Governorships now held by Democrats in Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania could be turned over to Republicans. Enough house seats that will be necessary for Democrats to win to take control next year have so far not visibly materialized."

Read more here:
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2006/05/post_9.html

The RATS are going to be in a for a very big disappointment...yet again..just like the moonbat clowns at DU over "Fitzmas" last week. :)
11 posted on 05/21/2006 3:12:54 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: FairOpinion
There were so many things he could have done. For instance, when it was obvious the media was playing the poll game, they could have implied that conservatives/Republicans are no longer cooperating with the polls so they are now rendered useless. The media would have continued to play this game, but it would take a lot of the edge off it.

He could have told monthly heroes of Iraq stories, about the men and women who have fought and died for us. He could have highlighted a family, why is the horrid Cindy Sheehan the most well known mother of a dead soldier.

I just am so fed up with him. He should have established a war room when he realized what the media was doing. Hard,mean folks that would come out hitting at every phony, poll, every allegation. But know, he just sat there.
12 posted on 05/21/2006 3:14:19 AM PDT by Patriot from Philly
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To: SwordofTruth
"Do ever wonder why most people don't notice the great economy? Could it be that it is not so great?"

Ummm...no
The economy IS very good.
13 posted on 05/21/2006 3:15:32 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: Jameison

There were a number of Republicans defeated in primaries and some conservatives are very happy about it, totally ignoring that this put the seat in play for the Dems.


14 GOP INCUMBENTS DEFEATED IN PRIMARY

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1635546/posts\

Including how happily the "conservative" author is reporting, that:

"In the California 50th Congressional District Special Election, the Democrat is ahead of the Republican, since the Republican has been portrayed as more liberal than many Democrats"


14 posted on 05/21/2006 3:18:03 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: Patriot from Philly
Well the President has had a lot help from just about everyone in the World.!!!!!
15 posted on 05/21/2006 3:19:06 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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To: FairOpinion

It is sad to say, but President Bush's humbleness is probably the one thing that irritates me the most.


16 posted on 05/21/2006 3:21:20 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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To: Patriot from Philly
"I just am so fed up with him"

I am not.
MSM did their worst in 2004, and President Bush still won with the highest number of votes ever in US history, plus the highest percentage of votes in 16 years.
Voters are not handing over control of the congress to people who think like Howard "I hate Republicans" Dean, Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon and the moonbats at Kos/DU.
We will win in November.
17 posted on 05/21/2006 3:22:15 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: SwordofTruth
Silliness again! The stock market is almost at an all time high, full employment, people are still driving like gas was .25 a gal. still loading up their grocery baskets and shopping til they drop. Nope! haven't seen soup lines!
18 posted on 05/21/2006 3:26:25 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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To: SwordofTruth

Silliness again! The stock market is almost at an all time high, full employment, people are still driving like gas was .25 a gal. still loading up their grocery baskets and shopping til they drop. Nope! haven't seen soup lines!


19 posted on 05/21/2006 3:26:36 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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Ummm...no The economy IS very good.

Really, that explains why the average Joe recognizes that, because you say so?

If the economy is so great don't you think more people would notice? Or do you think they would have to be told this fact because they just couldn't see it for themselves?

20 posted on 05/21/2006 3:27:13 AM PDT by SwordofTruth (God is good all the time.)
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To: mariabush
Silliness again!

Not near as silly as thinking that Bush is the world's best hope.

21 posted on 05/21/2006 3:28:49 AM PDT by SwordofTruth (God is good all the time.)
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"There were a number of Republicans defeated in primaries and some conservatives are very happy about it, totally ignoring that this put the seat in play for the Dems. "

I read that post last night.
# 1. A lot of those seats are not even for the US congress.
And # 2, where some RINOS have been defeated in the Republican primaries, over immigration, fired up Republicans are merely going to turn up in record numbers to vote for the New Republican candidates who are strong on immigration enforcement.
Plus there are plenty of RATS, especially blacks, who are as much against the flood of illegal Mexican invaders as anyone else and may not even vote for RATS candidates that are soft on immigration.
Its win win for the Republicans.

Next?
22 posted on 05/21/2006 3:29:18 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: SwordofTruth
"eally, that explains why the average Joe recognizes that, "

The "average Joe" as you call it, recognizes that the economy is doing great when consumer confidence figures keep going UP

"because you say so"

Nope. Because the figures say so. 4.8 GDP growth, high productivity growth, highest home ownership rates in US history, highest industrial output for decades, very high job creation figures, creation of millions of high income jobs...and it goes on and on.
23 posted on 05/21/2006 3:35:23 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: SwordofTruth
"Not near as silly as thinking that Bush is the world's best hope."

As at today, and over the past 5 years since 9/11, President Bush has indeed been the world's best hope aginst the scourge of Islamic terrorism.
24 posted on 05/21/2006 3:38:04 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: FairOpinion
if the RATS take control of congrass (correct spelling) the first item on their agenda will be W's impeachment, if anyone thinks differently they are extremely naive. their second item will be to do everything possible to lose the war in iraq, which in their convoluted brains is a great victory.
25 posted on 05/21/2006 3:40:03 AM PDT by JohnLongIsland
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To: Jameison
As at today, and over the past 5 years since 9/11, President Bush has indeed been the world's best hope aginst the scourge of Islamic terrorism.

That's just plain silly.

26 posted on 05/21/2006 3:40:18 AM PDT by SwordofTruth (God is good all the time.)
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To: SwordofTruth
"That's just plain sillyquot;

And you are plain dumb.
27 posted on 05/21/2006 3:42:10 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: Jameison
And you are plain dumb.

Coming form the believer of "Bush is the world's best hope", I consider that a compliment.

28 posted on 05/21/2006 3:47:39 AM PDT by SwordofTruth (God is good all the time.)
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To: mariabush
President Bush is at his best when he is clear and determined, like right after 9/11.

I remember an interview that O'Reilly did with him right before the 2004 election. O'Reilly said something about the media and Bush laughed nervously and said something like, I'm not going to pick a fight with the media.

He seemed afraid. The media started after him big time with the 9/11 hearings and it's been non-stop since then. He has to let them know there will be consequences for their attacks. They sense weakness.
29 posted on 05/21/2006 3:47:56 AM PDT by Patriot from Philly
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To: Cementjungle
DBM/Dems you want investigations? Bring it on!!!!

These people are so stupid right now they don't know S*** from Shinola. There is no outcry from the public to investigate/impeach Bush except from the hate Bush crowd. The majority of Americans are smart enough to understand what Bush is doing agree with it!!

The BDM/dems have NOTHING to run on, they're clueless, powerhungry, hatefilled prix!

30 posted on 05/21/2006 3:49:33 AM PDT by sirchtruth (Words Mean Things...)
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To: SwordofTruth
"Coming form the believer of "Bush is the world's best hope", I consider that a compliment."

Attacks from from Bush-hating Kos/DU lunatics like you are always a compliment.
It's like a badge of honor. :)
31 posted on 05/21/2006 3:51:40 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: Patriot from Philly
You are right, but I believe that it is a perceived weakness.
32 posted on 05/21/2006 3:52:51 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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To: Jameison
Just give it up! Some people just believe their opinions more than the facts.
33 posted on 05/21/2006 3:55:19 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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"The BDM/dems have NOTHING to run on, they're clueless, powerhungry, hatefilled prix!"

Yep.
Expecting anything else from the RATS is like whistling in the wind.
They are totally bereft of workable ideas, contenting themselves instead with spewing out "I hate Bush" screams.
That about sums up all the ideas the RATS have come up with over the past 6 years.
34 posted on 05/21/2006 3:55:27 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: FairOpinion

Basically, we need to either get rid of the dem party, or split the country up. The present situation is basically untenable.


35 posted on 05/21/2006 3:58:57 AM PDT by tomzz
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To: FairOpinion
"People who are so anxious to see Republican incumbents defeated, better consider that they are giving the Dems a better chance to take over Congress in November, and they are all set to thwart President Bush's efforts to protect us from the terrorists."

What is happening today goes well beyond politics and vying for office. The Dems are driven by pure, unadulterated Hate and Rage.

This is not politics, rather, it is the crumbling of the political edifice that has defined the American system for most of its life.

A nation in times this perilous with a party acting and thinking IN ALL SERIOUSNESS as the Dems are doing is literally only months away from catastrophe.
36 posted on 05/21/2006 4:01:58 AM PDT by TalBlack
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To: Cementjungle
"I'd love to see this opened up on prime-time TV"

Do you really think W will get a fair hearing from the msm?

37 posted on 05/21/2006 4:02:15 AM PDT by Pietro
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To: mariabush

I hope you're right. I am a big supporter, but I've become somewhat demoralized this last year.


38 posted on 05/21/2006 4:09:40 AM PDT by Patriot from Philly
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To: Patriot from Philly
With all of the negativism from all sides, it is really easy to get down. Maybe you just need a break from politics.
39 posted on 05/21/2006 4:16:12 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ("Over there, over there, We won't be back 'til it's over Over there.")
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To: Patriot from Philly
"I remember an interview that O'Reilly did with him right before the 2004 election. O'Reilly said something about the media and Bush laughed nervously and said something like, I'm not going to pick a fight with the media.

He seemed afraid. The media started after him big time with the 9/11 hearings and it's been non-stop since then. He has to let them know there will be consequences for their attacks. They sense weakness
"


The media started attacking President Bush big time during the 9/11 hearings?

Who knew?
And here I was thinking they had been attacking President Bush non-stop since during the campaign against Algore and during the Florida re-count.

Did it occur to you that President Bush was not too worried about the media in that O'Reilly interview, just before the elections in 2004, because he was fairly confident he was going to clobber Hanoi John Kerry, liberal media or not?
40 posted on 05/21/2006 4:18:41 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: Jameison
No, that didn't occur to me. He didn't exactly clobber Kerry. The major reason they defeated Kerry was because of the SwiftBoat Vets, something Bush/Rove had nothing to do with.

I would say that the media has been pretty effective in bringing the president's approval rating down 20 points in general and across the board on every issue. He should begin to worry about the media. They have a simple but effective strategy, lower Bush's approval numbers with negative news all time time. What is Bush's strategy rather than talk mush.
41 posted on 05/21/2006 4:26:11 AM PDT by Patriot from Philly
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To: Patriot from Philly
I've become somewhat demoralized this last year.

You're in charge of that. Also, stop reading the Inquirer and Daily News.

42 posted on 05/21/2006 4:32:15 AM PDT by Stentor
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To: Patriot from Philly
However, he needs to discredit the media soon and neutralize them to a certain extent, soon.

Sad to say, he lacks the personal intellectual firepower to engage them -- so, he doesn't.

43 posted on 05/21/2006 4:36:47 AM PDT by Salvey (ancest)
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To: Patriot from Philly
"He didn't exactly clobber Kerry";

He did.
With like 90% of the liberal media campagnimng nons-top for Hanoi John Kerry, 24/7, with the hundreds of millions of George Soros and other unregulated monies pouring into RATS 527's where Republicans were vastly outspent, with the terrorists stepping up their slaughter in Iraq before the elections, etc, Hanoi John Kerry should have won ..easy.
The fact that President Bush won with the highest number of votes ever in American history and the highest percentage of the votes since 1988, was a devastating clobbering of Hanoi John Kerry.
No matter how you spin it.


"The major reason they defeated Kerry was because of the SwiftBoat Vets, something Bush/Rove had nothing to do with."

They major reason "they" defeated Kerry?
Oh dear.
There were plenty of major reasons Hanoi John Kerry was clobbered..like his " I voted for the War before voting against it", like the Rove machine organizing the greatest get out to vote effort amongst Christians and conservatives this country has ever seen, like conservative talk radio, conservative blogs, Fox News, like Dan Rather''s "fake but accurate" attempt to bring down the President that badly backfired, etc etc.

The RATS moonbats of course will keep kidding themselves it was ALL Swiftvets.

Just keep right on kidding yourselves.

"They have a simple but effective strategy, lower Bush's approval numbers with negative news all time time."

Now that is going to hurt real bad when President Bush runs for office in 2008 wouldn't it?

The rabid liberal media did their worst in 2004, and LOST woefully, thanks in part to conservative talk radio, and conservative blogs. The liberal media simply don't have anywhere near the power they used to have . If the 2004 elections had been held in say 1972, President Bush would have lost easily.

That's it.
That's the only polls that matter as far as far as the President is concerned.
44 posted on 05/21/2006 4:46:15 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: Salvey
"Sad to say, he lacks the personal intellectual firepower to engage them "

You need "intellectual firepower" to take on the infantile Helen Thomas and David Gregory ?
Who knew?
Let me see..here we have an MBA from Harvard, and on the other side we have ..drums roll.. Helen Thomas..
/sarcasm on Now that is going to require some real intellectual firepower right there /sarcasm off
45 posted on 05/21/2006 4:53:39 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: FairOpinion
"What I don't understand about Bush is how he allowed his numbers to fall this far. "

This has happened because President Bush in his stubbornness has become arrogant and couldn't care less what the American people desire. I have come to believe that Bush really isn't concerned about the problems he visits upon the Republican Party as he listens to only his own advice. Arrogance and pride will get ya' every time.

46 posted on 05/21/2006 4:53:42 AM PDT by engrpat
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To: engrpat
"This has happened because President Bush in his stubbornness has become arrogant and couldn't care less what the American people desire. I have come to believe that Bush really isn't concerned about the problems he visits upon the Republican Party as he listens to only his own advice. Arrogance and pride will get ya' every time"

Hey how are you pals at DU doing this morning then?
Still crying into their beers over Fitzmas?
47 posted on 05/21/2006 4:59:17 AM PDT by Jameison
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To: FairOpinion
I don't agree with everything W has done, but the rats know that he has done a good enough job overall that they have to constantly lie about his admin., and do all they can to obstruct it.

When pollsters ask the masses how they rate the POTUS, they should also ask "who do you know of that would have done a better job?"

48 posted on 05/21/2006 5:03:41 AM PDT by Ed_in_NJ (Who killed Suzanne Coleman?)
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To: Jameison

You just belittle yourself when you make wild charges and start calling names. Small people do small things....


49 posted on 05/21/2006 5:06:48 AM PDT by engrpat
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To: engrpat
"You just belittle yourself when you make wild charges and start calling names."

Now that is one unhappy camper right there.
You did the name calling, remember? You started off by attacking the President. I merely asked you how your pals at DU were enjoying their Fitzmas this morning. :)


"Small people do small things...."

I wouldn't know about that..but you should.
You sound pretty small to me.

What is this anyways?
The DU trolls at Freerepublic decided to congregate at one thread this morning? You guys are like lemmings.
50 posted on 05/21/2006 5:13:19 AM PDT by Jameison
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