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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

White House admits holding political briefings

In yet another flagrant example of the Bush Administration’s blatant ignorance of the law, the White House has admitted it conducted some 20 briefings for federal employees on the election prospects of Republican candidates.

Such actions violate both the Hatch act and other specific federal laws that prohibit White House officials from conducted political business on official time.

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Senate passes Iraq timetable

In a bold wartime challenge to President Bush, the Democratic-controlled Senate voted Thursday to begin withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq by Oct. 1 with a goal of a complete pullout six months later. The White House dismissed the legislation as "dead before arrival."

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Iraq bill headed for a certain veto

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (AP)

Congress will send President George W. Bush an Iraq war spending bill next week that includes a withdrawal timeline. Bush will veto the bill and send it back to the Hill.

Another round of posturing on Capitol Hill while more American troops die and a deadly war continues in a far away land.

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Suicide bomb attacks kills nine more soldiers

(AP)

The surge, President George W. Bush claims, is working in Iraq. This may come as a surprise to the soldiers and Iraqi civilians who die daily from stepped-up attacks from insurgents.

While Bush and Congress posture, each morning brings renewed reports of attacks and death.

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