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Saturday, December 5, 2020

In Final Pre-Presidential Tour, Obama Touts Stimulus

BEDFORD HEIGHTS, Ohio, Jan. 16 — Barack Obama launched his final trip with little fanfare and no glamour Friday morning. He flew on a chartered United Airlines jet — Air Force One still belongs to President Bush — and arrived at an unheated industrial park on the outskirts of Cleveland. Obama …

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A Prince of an Idea.

Glenn Greenwald made a definitive statement in Salon in a post he wrote on Tom Friedman:

“Terrorism” is probably the single most elastic and easily manipulated term in our political lexicon. Who the perpetrators and victims are of “terrorism” is almost always a function of who is wielding the term rather than some objective assessment.

Therefore, we are told that Hamas is a “terrorist” organization, and the Arabs in Gaza accuse Israel of Zionist “Terrorism.”

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Eric Holder Confirmation Hearing (Day 2)

SEN. PATRICK LEAHY (D-VT.): Good morning. Glad to see all of you familiar faces in this — in our hearing room. I’m thinking Senator Specter and I have spent a significant portion of our lives in this — in this room. I look around and I’m missing one of the — one of the senators I sat here with…

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Salazar Bids Farewell to Senate

KEN SALAZAR: I thank the chair and the distinguished Senator from Rhode Island. And I thank my great friend and majority leader, Senator Reid, for his inspiration and for his leadership of this body and his love for this nation. I think that our journey together here, in many ways, has been a sim…

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Eric Holder Confirmation Hearing (Day 1)

SEN. PATRICK LEAHY (D-VT.): Just so that everybody understands, we are in the historic Senate Caucus Room. Normally, we would have been in a different room, but there are a number of these hearings going on. And there are certainly more people than we normally see in the hearings.

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Bye, Bye Bush: Taxpayers foot the bill for Bush’s new Dallas Office

Whatever happened to President Truman’s “The buck stops here!” policy?

American taxpayers will foot the tab for Pres. George W. Bush’s new 8,000 sq. ft. business office in Dallas, TX. at a cost of $300,000 per year!!!

Huh?

Haven’t Americans already paid far too much for Bush’s upkeep as President?

Some of the media tries to play this down by pointing out that American taxpayers did the same for former Pres. Bill Clinton, whose business office was in New York City and it cost a bit more than the one they will pay for Bush.

Oh, well I feel a lot better now! !&^%$*^%!

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Bush’s State of Denial Address

George W. Bush delivered his farewell address to the nation Thursday night and — as expected — clung to his delusions, prolonged his state of denial and lied outright to the American people.

"Like all who have held this office before me, I have experienced setbacks," the soon to be ex-President said. "And there are things I would do differently if given the chance. Yet I have always acted with the best interests of our country in mind. I have followed my conscience and done what I thought was right."

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In farewell, Bush defends troubled Presidency

President George W. Bush on Thursday defended his actions to avert a collapse of the financial system and protect America from another terrorist attack as he mounted a farewell bid to polish his troubled legacy.

Five days before handing over the presidency to Barack Obama, Bush delivered a televised final address to the American people in which he sought to define a White House record that some historians are already ranking among the worst ever.

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