Yes, Bush Actually Said This

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Nolan-Vinny-Sam, Dec 8, 2003.

  1. "The vast majority of Iraqis want to live in a peaceful, free world. And we will find these people and we will bring them to justice."

    - Washington, D.C., Oct. 27, 2003

    better stop calling him dumya, it's an insult to dumb people:D :D :D
  2. KARL ROVE, Bush's long-time political guru and White House advisor:

    "As people do better, they start voting like Republicans...
    ...unless they have too much education and vote Democratic,
    which proves there can be too much of a good thing."

    bumya has cool teachers sheeeshhh

    link for Pabst:D

    who's his daddy????:cool: :cool:
  3. LOL...he's making Dan Quayle look like Shakespeare.

    But N-V-S....remember, it isn't what they say that counts. It's what they mean. So, what the hell did he mean????:confused: :confused: :confused: (waiting with 100% confidence that we will get a fine explanation from Pabst).


  4. Come on Error, you're better than that.

    I haven't read the speech, but obviously it would've been something like, "These terrorists are trying to destroy everything we're working towards in Iraq and they need to be stopped ASAP. The vast majority of Iraqis want to live in a peaceful, free world..."

    doesn't sound so good on paper, but as a speech it's not so hard to decipher.
  5. Pabst


    Graduate of Yale.
    MBA from Harvard.
    Licensed F102 Jet Pilot

    Sounds like a real idiot, eh?
  6. who is this?? :confused:
  7. Pabst my man....why so serious all the time?

    I know you don't vote for politicians based on their acedemic achievements (Clinton?). Or their financial status (Nixon?). Or their lineage (all Kennedys). So what's the big deal?

    You get elected, and you get made fun of. Comes with the job.

    Laura Bush can laugh at Dubya. Why can't you?


    PS: Why is the F102 in bold? Something special about that airplane?
  8. F-102 is in reference to his defending the state of texas against attack from the viet kong....... :D

    Speaking of making fun of.....
  9. Pabst



    The bill all but groans with earmarks, or money for museums, industrial parks and other projects for home districts of lawmakers of both parties. Rep. David Obey, D-Wis., top Democrat on the Appropriations panel, said there were more than 7,000 of them worth more than $7.5 billion, a long and ever-expanding tradition that prompted some conservative Republicans to oppose the bill.

    "We seem to have no shame," said conservative Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.

    Democrats complained that the bill provided too little for schools, veterans and other programs and dictated federal policy that in many cases saw Bush prevail over congressional opposition.

    Democrats said they would object to an effort by Frist, expected Tuesday, to push the legislation through the Senate by voice vote. Like their House counterparts, the anger of Democratic senators was focused on the policy fights with Bush over overtime and other issues.

    The $373 billion includes $45 billion for highway, aviation and mass transit projects that comes from transportation taxes, such as the federal levy on gasoline.

    In addition, the bill triggers the expenditure of $447 billion for Medicare and other automatically paid benefits for which no congressional decision-making is required.
    #10     Dec 8, 2003