To: Jim Robinson
- This country has many challenges. We will not deny, we will not ignore, we will not pass along our problems to other Congresses, to other presidents, and other generations. (Applause.) We will confront them with focus and clarity and courage...
Sending Americans into battle is the most profound decision a President can make. The technologies of war have changed; the risks and suffering of war have not. For the brave Americans who bear the risk, no victory is free from sorrow. This nation fights reluctantly, because we know the cost and we dread the days of mourning that always come.
- We seek peace. We strive for peace. And sometimes peace must be defended. A future lived at the mercy of terrible threats is no peace at all. If war is forced upon us, we will fight in a just cause and by just means -- sparing, in every way we can, the innocent. And if war is forced upon us, we will fight with the full force and might of the United States military -- and we will prevail. (Applause.)
State of the Union Address by President George W. Bush
posted on 03/11/2003 11:51:01 PM PST
by Mia T
(SCUM (Stop Clintons' Undermining Machinations))
To: Mia T
posted on 03/11/2003 11:53:59 PM PST
To: Mia T
"ONE OF THOSE GROUPS OBSESSED WITH THE CLINTONS"
This reminds me of a scene in ROBOCOP. Where ROBOCOP's mission has been changed and there's mayhem everywhere. A storeowner calls the cops because children had taken over his store looting.
The cops arrive, all the children are sitting quietly, the cops ask, "where'd the looters go?" The store owner says, "the bastards are still here".
posted on 03/13/2003 1:19:55 PM PST
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