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A day in the life of President Bush (1/7/07): news & photos
WhiteHouse.gov & Yahoo News ^ | 1/7/07

Posted on 01/07/2007 3:43:37 PM PST by Wolfstar

PRESIDENTIAL NEWS OF THE DAY: Rarely does a weekend go by when there is no news as to where the President spent the weekend, but this is such a weekend. There almost seems to be a palpable if metaphorical holding of breath in the American news media and body politic as they await President Bush's speech on Iraq this week. No date or location for the speech has been announced by the White House press office.

The first family received some good news today, as former President George H.W. Bush left the hospital after his successful 2nd hip replacement.

Sun Jan 7, 12:06 PM ET
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Former President George H.W. Bush, 82, has been discharged from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota following surgery to replace his right hip, the clinic said on its Web site.

The brief statement issued late Saturday said the former president had returned home earlier in the day following his successful surgery.

Bush, a World War Two pilot who skydived to celebrate his 80th birthday in 2004, underwent surgery on Wednesday January 3.

The former president had his left hip replaced at the same hospital in 2000.

In the meantime, in a news report published yesterday, a recent Gallup poll ranks the 50 people Americans believe are most admired in the world. Topping the list is none other than the man the media (and many FReepers) keeps telling us is practically the most unpopular president in the history of the world, George W. Bush.

Savvy Dose readers might wish to ponder this question: How can President Bush be the man Americans think is the most admired person in the world, while his domestic poll numbers hover near the mid-to-high 30's?

By the way, the fact that President Bush came out on top in this poll is made even more remarkable by the fact that it's results skewed way Left. Finishing in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place (ahead of the Rev. Billy Graham) were Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter and Barak Obama. Go figure.

As for the most admired women, the top five were Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Condoleezza Rice, Laura Bush and Margaret Thatcher, in that order.

Survey results were based on telephone interviews with 1,010 adults, conducted Dec. 11-14, 2006.

THE WEEK AHEAD: On a day and at a location yet to be announced, next week President Bush is expected to give his much-anticipated speech on Iraq policy.

— Jan. 8, 2007: The First Lady will present the National Awards for Museum and Library Service to three museums and three libraries during a ceremony at the White House. The San Antonio Public Library, and the Frankfort Community Public Library are among the recipients.

— Jan. 8, 2007: Jury selection in the trial of Vice President Cheney's former Chief of Staff Lewis "Scooter" Libby is scheduled to begin in Washington, DC.

— Jan. 9, 2007: First Lady Laura Bush travels to New Orleans, LA. Although no information was mentioned as to what her trip was for, in all likelihood it will pertain to rebuilding schools and libraries in post-Katrina New Orleans.

EXTENDED SCHEDULE:

— Jan. 16, 2007: The trial of Lewis Libby is scheduled to begin.

— Jan. 17-20, 2007: Republican National Committee winter meeting takes place in Washington.

Jan. 23, 2007: President Bush delivers the State of the Union address. Always filled with political theater, this year will be filled with hypocrisy as the Dims try to put on a pleasant face for the television viewing public.

— Jan. 30, 2007: Vice President Dick Cheney's birthday.

The next three events are included because the President and/or other administration officials usually address these meetings:

— Jan. 24-26, 2007: U.S. Conference of Mayors Winter Meeting, Washington.

— Feb. 24-27, 2007: National Governors Association annual winter meeting, Washington.

— Mar. 1-3, 2007: 34th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Washington.



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KEYWORDS: georgewbush; iraq; laurabush; president
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To: Wolfstar

OMG he is 7 years old boy time flies LOL! that mean 7 X 7 equal 42


101 posted on 01/07/2007 5:58:13 PM PST by SevenofNine ("Step aside Jefe"=Det Lennie Briscoe)
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To: Wolfstar

Given Papa's hip replacement surgery, perhaps Dubya is with his dad.


102 posted on 01/07/2007 5:59:36 PM PST by OldFriend (THE PRESS IS AN EVIL FOR WHICH THERE IS NO REMEDY)
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I don't know if anyone watched the President's former speech writer Michael Gerson on C-Span's Q&A, but he was very good. He said the President and Rove are the opposite of how they are portrayed in the press. While this doesn't surprise me in the least, he said that the President has nothing but contempt for elitism and doesn't go out of his way to impress those who consider him an idiot. He's just the opposite (not a surprise to us) according to Gerson, including he's a voracious reader.

Gerson had his hand in most of the memorable speeches. I took special note of one he mentioned as having received little comment. He was proud of it and it turned out to be one of my favorites as well...it was the one given at Goree Island.
103 posted on 01/07/2007 6:05:53 PM PST by Dolphy
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To: ilovew

If we were doing Mulligans on that post, I would write this:

"... the first [reason to admire Obama] would be, "He looks good and ... um ... didn't he get elected to something? I see his picture in the news all the time."


104 posted on 01/07/2007 6:07:07 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: sissyjane; Wolfstar; Brad's Gramma
Don't get too excited. I was a one-time winner and was promised a toaster, and THIS is all I got

Beware of what they promise you!!
;)

105 posted on 01/07/2007 6:13:32 PM PST by admiralsn ()
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To: GretchenM

Lol exactly. And they don't even realize what they're saying until someone asks them WHY they admire him. Because no one knows anything he's done. It's just that he's a good-looking black guy.


106 posted on 01/07/2007 6:19:35 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
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To: admiralsn

Did I miss giving you one when did you win? Give me the date and I will sort it.


107 posted on 01/07/2007 6:36:59 PM PST by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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To: mystery-ak; Wolfstar

I'm just sayin' - it was on the WH website.

Sounds like Mr. Bushie to me. He seems to love nicknames


108 posted on 01/07/2007 6:44:11 PM PST by SnarlinCubBear ("Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil." -- Thomas Mann)
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To: snugs

I do!


109 posted on 01/07/2007 6:44:57 PM PST by SnarlinCubBear ("Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil." -- Thomas Mann)
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To: STARWISE

{i had to snag that dawg - consider it rescued LOL}


110 posted on 01/07/2007 6:47:44 PM PST by SnarlinCubBear ("Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil." -- Thomas Mann)
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To: DrDeb
What do you think would happen to the Bush approval ratings if he blocks the Liberal Agenda that surely Nancy Pelosi will try to get the house to pass.

The key words to remember are Hillary Care.

If the NEW media takes on Nancy Pelosi the way they did Hillary in 1993 and 1994, and the President appears to lead the charge, the presidents approval rating will go well above 50 percent. The majority of Americans are not in favor of socialism.

That will motivate Republicans in the Senate. It does not matter what Republicans do in the House. In the House the majority party runs the show. Pelosi has bypassed all the regular rules for passing bills during the first 100 hours. She can bypass them for the next two years if she wishes.

But the Senate is another ball game. As we learned in the last congress it takes 60 votes to get anything done. The Democrats have at most 50 Democrat votes. They can perhaps get the support of 3 or 4 RINOs. But that only gives them 53 or 54 votes... they need 60 to get a bill passed in the Senate. The reason the Democrats have control of the Senate is the defeat of several RINOS. There are fewer Rinos to help them get to the 60 vote point. With Jeffords in a coma they only have 50 votes. They need all fifty of their votes plus ten Republicans votes to pass almost anything Repubicans oppose. The Republicans only need 40 of their 49 votes to block anything the Demorats try to do. They can not get much of anything passed the Republicans don't want them to pass.

George Will apparently agrees with me that the current situation is similar to the 1946 situation with the party roles reversed. Back then, in 1946, the Republicans won the House and the Senate largely on the low approval ratings of Harry Truman. There was a wide belief that Dumb Old Harry was in way over his head. That is what the media believed and convinced a majority of voters in 1946. Democrats back then longed for an FDR like many less than bright Republicans long for a Reagan today.

But after the 1946 election Truman lead the way opposing the Republicans while enduring the total opposition of a hostile media. He managed to lead enough Democrats to block everything the Republicans wanted to do. In 1945 and 1946 he needed all Democrat congress critters to support him to get a bill passed. But in 1947 and 1948 he only needed most Democrats to support him to block anything the Republicans wanted to do. Truman then labeled the Republican Congress the "Do Nothing 80th Congress!"

But even the most isolationist Republican in 1947 and 1948 dared not block Truman's efforts to defend Europe against the Soviet Union.

Today way in the background we have a few Republican Pundits saying we must "fight them over there with our army or we will have to fight them over here with our civilian population."

Republicans dare not make that claim too loudly. For if we get attacked "Over Here" while we are "Fighting Over There" the Democrats will kill the Republicans. But if the Democrats bring our troops home by cutting funding, and we get attacked "Over Here", the Republicans including the President will scream it from the roof tops.

Imagine attack on us with our troops having been "redeployed" by Democrats after 5 years of fighting over there with no attacks. It would destroy the Democrats for a generation.

The Democrats have put themselves in a terrible situation. If they force our troops to redeploy and we get attacked they are doomed. If they appear to support Bush and "His illegal war in Iraq" the media will turn on them with a vengeance.

The media fully expects the Democrats to make changes. They expect the Democrats to force Bush to pull our troops out. But there are only a handful of Democrats in the House and Senate willing to take that very risky chance.

So much like the Republicans of 1946, today's Democrats are in a bind. If they do as they sort of promised they would do they are taking a huge risk none of them want to take. If they don't force a troop pull out they are the party that promised changes in Iraq and then failed to produce those changes.

Republicans and the 2008 Republican candidate for President can effectively do what Truman did in the 1948 campaign. They can take back control of the Congress and hold the presidency. They can blame everything on the "Do Nothing Democrat Controlled Congress."

If Democrats end up supporting the President they are open to the same attacks that did in the Republicans in 1948. If they force a pull out of troops, and we get attacked they are in even worse shape.

Like the Republicans in 1948 the Democrats in 2008 may be in a heap of trouble with voters.

George Will in his latest column makes the case that our situation in Iraq is much like it would have been if our troops had participated in WWII during the German attack on Moscow has ouur mission been to prevent both sides from making war.

What we did in WWII was take sides. We sided with the Soviets against the Germans. We felt that Stalin was bad, maybe as bad as Hitler, but we had to take Stalin and Hitler on one at a time. That was not a happy decision.. since both were very bad guys.

It seems obvious to me that victory in Iraq will come only after we take sides. I think the side to take is the Shiite side against the Sunnis.

We know that the Saddam and many of his Sunni underlings were fans of Hitler. We need to do what we did in the last war we won. Pick the Shiite side and then destroy the Sunni's will and ability to resist.

I don't agree that the new commander in the middle east was chosen to take out Iran. There is no way to get congressional approval to take out Iran unless we first win in Iraq. What we need is a commander that can understand the strategy we used in WWII. There were two bad actors in that war... Hitler and Stalin. We did not try to get them to stop fighting each other. We allied with Stalin and defeated Hitler. As soon as Hitler was defeated we pointed out that Stalin was a bad guy and took him on.

That is the only way I can see to win the war in Iraq.

111 posted on 01/07/2007 6:48:41 PM PST by Common Tator
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To: snugs

Oh I am just joking. I used to come around here a lot, and haven't much lately. So it was probably a few years ago. I think it was even before the toaster awards were even intented.


112 posted on 01/07/2007 6:48:45 PM PST by admiralsn ()
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To: SnarlinCubBear

LOL ... that's a piggyback snag ... ;)


113 posted on 01/07/2007 6:56:21 PM PST by STARWISE (They (Rats) think of this WOT as Bush's war, not America's war-RichardMiniter, respected OBL author)
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To: DrDeb

Re your comment about the dems sabotaging the plan to send Petraeus to head up Iraq operations ... the only way they can do this, I think, is to cut off funding.

I seriously doubt that they will have the guts to do this, don't you?

And thanks for the bio of Petraeus...to be honest, I'd never heard of him. The description reminded me of another smart, tough general we once had. (Patton)


114 posted on 01/07/2007 7:16:38 PM PST by altura
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To: Wolfstar

Why do you feel that way, Wolfstar?

(re stae of union address)


115 posted on 01/07/2007 7:18:30 PM PST by altura
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To: altura

Rummy used to talk about Petraeus in his press conferences. I remember hearing his name although I don't remember what Rummy said about him.


116 posted on 01/07/2007 7:18:53 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
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To: ilovew

i totally agree....he stands alone. I doubt if there will EVER be another Sec of Def that comes close to his equal.


117 posted on 01/07/2007 7:21:27 PM PST by Jewels1091
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To: mystery-ak

Glad you're finally feeling better.

Last January I got strep throat and the DP got some kinda crud that WOULD NOT go away. I think he coughed for 2 months.

I hope we do better this year.


118 posted on 01/07/2007 7:21:38 PM PST by altura
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To: admiralsn

that's a cute little toaster!


119 posted on 01/07/2007 7:22:52 PM PST by Jewels1091
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To: Jewels1091

I *knew* there were a lot of smart people on this thread. :)


120 posted on 01/07/2007 7:27:08 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
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To: Common Tator

I've tried to understand the big difference between the Sunnis and Shiits.

It seems so trivial to me, but so important to them.

I can't even understand what's going on in my Episcopal church right now, except the wrong people have the power. (we have our own Nancy Pelosi)

But I take comfort in the fact that political enemies do not kill each other in this country.

Well, maybe a certain couple we know and love might have offed a few but ...


121 posted on 01/07/2007 7:28:45 PM PST by altura
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To: altura
I suppose the best example in western society would be the Republicans and loyalists in Northern Ireland who like to say Catholic and Protestants.
122 posted on 01/07/2007 7:41:00 PM PST by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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To: GretchenM

Hey Gretchen!

Saw your reply on the other thread. How are you? Missed ya while I was away. I need to check for new Chad Vader videos...haven't looked in a while. :)

I've got class tomorrow, but I'm probably going to stay up too late anyway. I just can't help it.

E


123 posted on 01/07/2007 7:41:33 PM PST by Eragon
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To: DrDeb; Wolfstar
Thanks for the great stuff, Deb!

The article on Patraeus is fantastic!

And THANKS, Wolfstar for the DOSE!

(Where IS the President??)

124 posted on 01/07/2007 7:42:12 PM PST by ohioWfan (President Bush - courageously and honorably protecting us in dangerous times, . Praise the Lord!)
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To: Wolfstar

Thanks for the dose by the way! Don't know where my manners went. hahaha.

E


125 posted on 01/07/2007 7:45:45 PM PST by Eragon
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To: altura
It seems so trivial to me, but so important to them.

The media tells us it is religious problem. It is not in my view.. it is a power problem

During the 3 Decades that Saddam ran Iraq, the Sunnis were in power. They ran the government, got paid well, and had the good life.

You will recall that the Shiites tried to over throw Saddam after the first Gulf War. They failed and died by the tens of thousands for making the attempt.

But with the over throw of Saddam, the Sunnis were now in the minority. There are far more Shiites and Kurds in Iraq then there are Sunnis. In a majority rule type government the Sunnis were afraid they would be the subject of Shiite revenge... They would be attacked by a Shiite dominated government just as the Shiites had been abused under the Saddam (Sunni) rule.

There was a lot of effort put into the Iraqi constitution to guarantee the rights of the Sunnis.

But at least some of the Sunnis do not trust there democratically adopted constitution or the Shiites to protect their rights. It is also clear that some Sunnis felt that if they can drive the US out of Iraq they can topple the Government and put themselves back into power.

So we have had constant attacks on both US troops and Shiites to try to drive us out of Iraq. We have had a policy of trying to convince Sunnis that they will have rights and be protected under their new form of government.

That policy has obviously failed.

That leaves only three options. Side with one side or the other and then do what it takes to suppress the side with which we are not allied. Another option is to pick up and leave.. That is admit defeat and come home. The third is to continue the attempts to convince the Sunnis that they will have a say and be protected by the Iraqi government.

I believe that picking a side and taking out the other, is the only way to ensure victory.

But it is not about religion.. It is about the power to rule Iraq.

126 posted on 01/07/2007 7:46:17 PM PST by Common Tator
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To: ilovew
LOL, i think there are alot of people that feel the same way.

My beef is with the media...they steer the people just like cattle to what they want. Every once in a while the people will surprise the media like voting in Bush in 2000. The media did not like that at all and they have done everything they can to 'tell' the people what a mistake they made!

When the people didn't take their direction again in 2004, the media started to rip every single person in the administration to shreads. Just like the germans said during WWII...if you tell a lie enough times, it becomes the truth. That is what the media does...they say and print their VERSION of the truth, which makes it not at all, until the people who only hear their 10 second sound bites and read only the headlines start to believe the media.

127 posted on 01/07/2007 7:52:40 PM PST by Jewels1091
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To: Wolfstar

Hi there....I LOVE the one of Beezie "airborne!" Thanks for the pics!


128 posted on 01/07/2007 7:56:58 PM PST by goodnesswins (We need to cure Academentia)
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To: ohioWfan

I'm seriously wondering if he is in Iraq, or close, and will be by Wednesday....


129 posted on 01/07/2007 7:58:37 PM PST by sissyjane (Don't be stuck on stupid!)
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To: Common Tator

Exactly and so IMHO was the trouble in Ulster religion was the excuse they latched on to and conned many non informed people from their own community.


130 posted on 01/07/2007 8:00:49 PM PST by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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To: Wolfstar
Rarely does a weekend go by when there is no news as to where the President spent the weekend, but this is such a weekend.

Does this mean

The President is Missing?


131 posted on 01/07/2007 8:01:47 PM PST by El Gato ("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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To: sissyjane
Hmmmmmm.............I hadn't thought of that.

You think he may be there?? It would be like him, wouldn't it?

132 posted on 01/07/2007 8:04:25 PM PST by ohioWfan (President Bush - courageously and honorably protecting us in dangerous times, . Praise the Lord!)
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To: El Gato

nah, he is just at an undisclosed location.


133 posted on 01/07/2007 8:04:58 PM PST by Jewels1091
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To: ohioWfan; sissyjane; Watery Tart
I saw this posted by Watery Tart and loved it.


134 posted on 01/07/2007 8:06:14 PM PST by onyx (DONATE NOW! -- It takes DONATIONS to keep FR running!!)
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To: Wolfstar

I've had it up to here with the 'Rats. That Nancy woman just got on my last nerve and I need to bite someone, preferably her.

135 posted on 01/07/2007 8:06:28 PM PST by El Gato ("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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To: onyx
LOL! I've got that in my files.

Maybe I should dust it off and use it again..................soon!

136 posted on 01/07/2007 8:07:49 PM PST by ohioWfan (President Bush - courageously and honorably protecting us in dangerous times, . Praise the Lord!)
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To: ohioWfan

I think you should and I think we should make use of it and often!!!


137 posted on 01/07/2007 8:08:43 PM PST by onyx (DONATE NOW! -- It takes DONATIONS to keep FR running!!)
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To: ohioWfan

Well, the White House Web-site has no pictures, and no new ,news reports....


His major speech is on Wed., if I'm not mistaken.

Knowing our President he may be working his way over there for the speech....


138 posted on 01/07/2007 8:09:05 PM PST by sissyjane (Don't be stuck on stupid!)
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To: Wolfstar

Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee, that Pelosi better stay away from me!

139 posted on 01/07/2007 8:11:05 PM PST by El Gato ("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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To: El Gato

Since there are no pictures of him leaving the White House it is pretty safe to say he stayed in the White House for the evening.


140 posted on 01/07/2007 8:19:00 PM PST by Kath (Luvya Dubya)
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To: Jewels1091

Yeah, it really annoys me that the MSM gets away with all their lies. How can people not pay attention? If they just looked at what was really going on instead of what the media told them, they'd see why we support the President. And that we are NOT losing in Iraq.


141 posted on 01/07/2007 8:20:16 PM PST by ilovew ("Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens." --J. R. R. Tolkien)
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To: Kath

Opps, I ment he stayed in the White House for the weekend.


142 posted on 01/07/2007 8:20:32 PM PST by Kath (Luvya Dubya)
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To: ilovew

Most of the people in the US don't pay attention. They get their news from the liberal media.


143 posted on 01/07/2007 8:27:49 PM PST by Kath (Luvya Dubya)
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To: snugs
I bet the photographer had a smile at that one the odds surely of getting that shot must be very high.

Not as high as you might think. Most 4 legged beasties have at least one gait where they go completely airborne for an instant. The running gait of a dog is one such. Before the advent of photography, no one believed a horse did it, but they do so routinely.

Of course with Beasly's short legs it's not quite so obvious, but I think she's in pretty much the same state as the 3rd one from the left in the above sketch.

144 posted on 01/07/2007 8:29:37 PM PST by El Gato ("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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To: Wolfstar
Barney looks a bit skeptically at a "Flat Stanley" cut-out placed next to him on the South Lawn, July 20, 2006.

What a hilarious expression on Barney's face!

145 posted on 01/07/2007 8:32:43 PM PST by SuziQ
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To: SevenofNine
OMG he is 7 years old boy time flies LOL! that mean 7 X 7 equal 42

Hitting the "Good Stuff" again I see. :)

7 X 7 equals 49.

146 posted on 01/07/2007 8:34:03 PM PST by El Gato ("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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To: Kath
Since there are no pictures of him leaving the White House it is pretty safe to say he stayed in the White House for the evening.

Maybe, but as his Predecessor proved, there are ways to get out of the White House without being noticed. Thank goodness for that.

147 posted on 01/07/2007 8:36:36 PM PST by El Gato ("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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To: Eragon

Chad Vader #5 is available at YouTube. Note the height of the bridge Chad is going to jump off.


148 posted on 01/07/2007 8:37:13 PM PST by GretchenM (What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul? Please meet my friend, Jesus)
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To: El Gato; Wolfstar; All

NO I got it wrong that long

MAN Times flies I remember Barney is little puppy back in da day now he is TOP Dog in DC


149 posted on 01/07/2007 8:47:59 PM PST by SevenofNine ("Step aside Jefe"=Det Lennie Briscoe)
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To: El Gato

GO FOR IT BARNEY BABY GO FOR IT LOL!

I hoping Barney has shots he get rabies from Nancy Pelosi LOL! she is from Frisco you don't know what disease she got from that city


150 posted on 01/07/2007 8:48:59 PM PST by SevenofNine ("Step aside Jefe"=Det Lennie Briscoe)
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