Sunday, February 20, 2005
2008 Fusion Ticket?, Bush Tapes
I know it's still early, but the 2008 race just got a huge indication of who's likely to partner-up. Low and behold, exposed on the Tim Russert show "Meet the Press" on Sunday comes the likely fusion ticket of McCain/Clinton, or is that Clinton/McCain?
Each of them said the other would make a great president, so you might conclude that the two joined would be an UN-beatable team.
And of course this was the real reason for their going to Iraq, to generate the media attention they need to keep the rumors flying. It's all just a game, and we're the suckers.
As reported by Newsmax... During a July 2001 "MTP" broadcast, Russert showed McCain a copy of NewsMax Magazine, which featured the Arizona senator and Clinton on the cover under the headline "Democrats' Dream Ticket?"
"They're predicting a John McCain-Hillary Clinton ticket," Russert announced.
"That's wonderful," McCain responded.
"So we can toss that one away?" asked Russert.
"I think so," McCain said. "I think - ah - I think that's - ah - ah - look, I've - I am a proud Republican. Yet I hope that I've been able to maintain the tradition of Theodore Roosevelt and Barry Goldwater."
Ah, "I think so"? Well, ah Hmmm, sure sounds to me like he's not so sure.
Prediction: Since he nearly caved to Kerry, I predict McCain will sell-out to Hitlery for the 2008 ticket. I also predict that if they win, it will result in total disaster for the nation and the world.
Bush and Mary Jane?The massively liberal New York Times has a new story about pre-Pres Bush and secretly-taped conversations by a friend of his.
In the last several weeks, that friend, Doug Wead, an author and former aide to Mr. Bush's father, disclosed the tapes' existence to a reporter and played about a dozen of them. On the Bush tapes, much is being made-up with assumptions about what Bush said. For instance, "He (Bush) refused to answer reporters' questions about his past behavior, he said, even though it might cost him the election.
He mocked Vice President Al Gore for acknowledging marijuana use. "Baby boomers have got to grow up and say, yeah, I may have done drugs, but instead of admitting it, say to kids, don't do them," he said."
Liberal reporters will "feel" Bush just admitted to doing drugs, but he didn't. He used the words "may have" as a metaphor to make a point. This is Bush speak, and most people get it. But liberals against Bush want to hear something else, so they miss the point and leave out the "may have."
Democrats and especially their liberal media puppets, tend to insert words to mean things other than what was actually said in order to deceive the public.
In this case they (dems) want you to ASS U ME that George Bush tried maryjane in his early days to put him on the same level as Bill Clinton who claims he tried it, but "didn't inhale."
Of course Bush only said "he made some indiscretions" in his younger days, but he never said he tried marijuana. The writer of the NYT article, DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, misleads the reader into making such a conclusion using rather sneaky tactics.
Now I'm not saying if Bush did or didn't ever try it, because the only one who really knows for sure is Bush himself.
But one thing is clear and that is the liberal media's obsession to tarnish the president has not faded and has maybe increased since John Kerry's was soundly defeated after democrats outspent republicans by a 3-1 margin.
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