BUSH SLAMS HISTORICAL REVISIONISTS ON THE WAR: About time. Jeff Goldstein has more. — And read earlier posts on this subject here and here. Also here. — [And if you're coming in on a link from elsewhere, be sure to read this later post]. — The White House needs to go on the offensive …
President Commemorates Veterans Day, Discusses War on Terror — Fact Sheet: Honoring America's Veterans — THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all very much. Thank you all for coming, please be seated. Thanks for the warm welcome. I'm glad to be back in Pennsylvania and I'm proud to be the first sitting President to visit Monroe County.
Bush's Gettysburg — Welcome Instapundit readers. — From a small town in Pennsylvania, the president came to finally answer critics of an increasingly unpopular war, a war that Democrats hoped would sweep them into office in the next election. … Much attention is being given …
WELL, THE HATEMAIL HAS POURED IN after my earlier post on Bush's speech. For the record, though, I didn't say (and don't think) that anyone who opposes the war is unpatriotic. (In fact, only antiwar people seem to keep raising this strawman). But the Democratic politicans who are pushing the …
War & Responsibility — EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the text of a Veterans Day speech President George W. Bush delivered at Tobyhanna Army Depot, in Pennsylvania, as released by the White House. — Thank you all very much. Thank you all for coming, please be seated. Thanks for the warm welcome.
President Bush Delivers Remarks on the War on Terrorism — SPEAKER: GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES — BUSH: Thank you all for coming. Thank you for the warm welcome. — I'm glad to be back in Pennsylvania, and I'm proud to be the first sitting president to visit Monroe County.
Bush Comes Out Swinging — George Bush defended his strategy in Iraq, giving us lots to talk about. — Here is transcript and the Times lead: … This may be a house-to-house battle, because I am stalled at the third word - did Bush "lash out"? Or did he, for example, "respond forcefully"?
Bush Attacks Iraq War Critics — Sen. Kennedy Accuses Bush of Exploiting Veterans Day — President Bush lashed out today at critics of his Iraq war policy, strongly denying any manipulation of prewar intelligence and accusing his detractors of sending "the wrong signal" to U.S. troops and America's enemies.
THE LAST REFUGE....Glenn Reynolds on Democrats who claim that George Bush misled us into war: … Glad we got that out in open. — UPDATE: This is peculiar. Glenn thinks I quoted him unfairly because I left out his preliminary throat clearing that "this is all about Democratic politicans pandering to the antiwar base."
Deck O' Bloggers 2005 - Hearts Voting OPEN!!! — On Veterans Day, I'm initiating the voting for Hearts, those that nurtured and/or inspired (and continue to inspire!) our soldier boys. — If my beloved father-in-law, rest his soul, and my mother-in-law blogged, I'd have just awarded them the King and Queen of Hearts.
Libby Testimony Is Key To Rove Inquiry — Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald delayed a decision on whether to seek criminal charges against Karl Rove in large part because he wants to determine whether Lewis (Scooter) Libby, the former chief of staff to Vice President Cheney …
Rise of the Center — Voters Are Choosing Performance Over Rhetoric — With Tuesday's elections, you could sense a small shift in the polarities that have been tugging Republicans and Democrats toward their bases. All of a sudden the center doesn't look quite so lonely or inhospitable.
Key fugitive Saddam aide 'dead' — One of Saddam Hussein's closest aides, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, has died, Iraq's former ruling Baath party says. — "The leader of the resistance... died on 11 November, at 0220 [Thursday 2320 GMT]," the statement said. There is no independent confirmation.
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