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  • Exclusive: McClellan whacks Bush, White House

    05/27/2008 3:46:19 PM PDT · by byteback · 131 replies · 1,144+ views
    Politico ^ | may 27,2008 | MIKE ALLEN
    ormer White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan writes in a surprisingly scathing memoir to be published next week that President Bush “veered terribly off course,” was not “open and forthright on Iraq,” and took a “permanent campaign approach” to governing at the expense of candor and competence. Among the most explosive revelations in the 341-page book, titled “What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception” (Public Affairs, $27.95): —McClellan charges that Bush relied on “propaganda” to sell the war. —He says the White House press corps went too easy on the administration. —He admits that some...
  • Bush supports ban on assault arms

    05/08/2003 4:38:58 PM PDT · by Bobby777 · 121 replies · 331+ views
    MSNBC.Com ^ | 5/8/2003 | By David Gregory
    President at odds with NRA, a powerful ally WASHINGTON, May 8 — The ban on assault weapons has put President Bush at odds with the National Rifle Association, a powerful lobby he counts among his staunchest supporters. The question is whether to extend the ban on the weapons, which expires next year. Bush says yes; the NRA says no.