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Monday, April 12, 2021

You can’t redeem a political whore

When historians sit down to write the sad, tattered, corrupt legacy of President George W. Bush, let’s hope they do acknowledge his singular accomplishment as President – the redemption, at least in the public eye, of another corrupt, morally-flawed President: William Jefferson Clinton.

It is ironic that Clinton, who brought immeasurable amounts of shame and disgrace onto the White House and the Presidency, is now viewed in favorable light when compared to the shenanigans of Bush and his gang.

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Democrats court activists

Six Democratic presidential candidates took aim at President Bush as they made their case Sunday to thousands of activists scattered across an Iowa field.

“Everybody is sick and tired of being sick and tired of George Bush,” said Illinois Sen. Barack Obama. “All you have to do is take a look at the president pretending that going around in circles was making progress. If that doesn’t get you ready to get rid of George Bush I don’t know what will.”

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Bush set to nominate Musakey for AG

President George W. Bush has settled on retired federal judge Michael Mukasey as his choice to replace outgoing Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, people familiar with the selection process said on Sunday.

The nomination of Mukasey, considered a law-and-order conservative and authority on national security issues, was expected on Monday, according to the sources, who asked not to be named.

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A lost year that cost us dearly

Army Gen. David Petraeus’ report on Iraq, having been leaked to the press for days before his appearance on Capitol Hill, contained no surprises. The surge’s several tactical successes in the Sunni regions are disconnected from any strategic progress in either strengthening the central government or stemming the opportunistic meddling by neighbors. Iraq is slowly separating into its three constituent parts (Kurdish, Shia and Sunni), with Baghdad becoming increasingly irrelevant.

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Another terrorist training ground

Outside of Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. forces have been targeted by hostile fire in just one other place on the planet recently.

Though little noticed outside of the Pentagon, the attack occurred last week (Sept. 11) in Mali, a northwest African state that the Pentagon fears could become home to training bases or other havens for terrorists.

A U.S. C-130 transport plane was hit by machine-gun fire after it dropped seven tons of food to Malian government soldiers fending off Tuareg rebels near the border with Algeria. No U.S. troops were injured and the plane suffered minor damage.

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