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Old 10-30-2004, 04:26 PM   #31
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Okay! Since I'm not running for office either, I can finally bust out those GW monkey pics I've been too polite to post!!!
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all you strong, opinionated women out there....take a bow!!!!

and Teresa HK. I think she'll be able to hold her own and not let some of these "out of context" reporters get away with the bs they are used to getting away.
Even Laura Bush said recently, she fully understands trick questions and it didn't bother her that Teresa HK could forget she has been a teacher and libraian and she accepted her apology.

Class act that Mrs. Bush. to her as well.
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go right ahead.
have u looked at my profile pic?
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Re: Ter. Heinz-Kerry: potentially the worst 1st Lady we've had ..

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Poor speaking skills and even worse temper.. She's not anywhere close to being in the same league as:

Laura Bush- well spoken and charming
Clinton- Smarter than Willy several times over. I would never vote for her but if anyone deserved to be the original "First Husband" .........
B Bush- grandmotherly and witty
Reagan- terrific lady. did well with charity work
Carter- Southern charm
Ford- Okay, a pill popping drunk but her husband used the ramp of air force one as his own personal sliding board so give her a break.
Nixon- too young to remember her but seamed OK.
Johnson- before my time
Kennedy- schwing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Here is a First Lady that is nobody's poodle.

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Cherie Blair lambasts Bush over human rights

NICHOLAS CHRISTIAN

CHERIE Blair has criticised the policies of the US President George W Bush, attacking his stance on terrorist prisoners and gay rights.

The Prime Minister’s wife was condemned by supporters of the US President, after a speech to Harvard law students which contained a stinging rebuke to Bush, while on a lecture tour of the United States.

She attacked the manner in which the White House has dealt with the human rights of UK citizens detained at the US-run Camp X-Ray prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

Blair said the decision by the US Supreme Court, fiercely opposed by Bush’s government, to give legal protection to two of the Britons detained at the camp was "profoundly important" and a "significant victory for human rights and the international rule of law".

She took a sideswipe at Bush’s record on gay rights, condemning the arrest of a homosexual couple in the President’s home state of Texas, for defying a ban on gay sex. The US Supreme Court’s decision to throw out the law, which had been backed by Bush, was a "model of judicial reasoning". Blair also called the US legal code an "outdated grandfather clock".

The controversial speech was seen as flying in the face of long-held tradition that British political figures, and those close to them, do not criticise other countries during foreign visits.

Doing so just days before the US elections makes the intervention all the more embarrassing for Prime Minister Tony Blair as well as Bush.

A Downing Street spokesman said: "These were not political opinions but, as an international human rights lawyer, she was expressing a view about the use of the Supreme Court in the American judicial system."
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I guess Bush supporters have a think for goats.

W's favorite book is about a little goat.
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I guess Bush supporters have a think for goats.

W's favorite book is about a little goat.


good one!
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Okay! Since I'm not running for office either, I can finally bust out those GW monkey pics I've been too polite to post!!!
Let's have 'em!!
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Old 10-30-2004, 09:47 PM   #39
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Um... I'm all for strong women but she's still too extreme. Is it ok for Kerry or Bush to tell someone to shove it? No. The media would be all over that, even more so than with Teresa. Stop acting like evil biggoted men are running this country and that we only pick on women like Teresa. No one gets away with what she did, NOT EVEN MEN.
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unless you are dick cheney
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unless you are dick cheney
Who said it was ok for him?

They jumped on him for it too.
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Yay everybody is getting jumped on - but wheres the love
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lol wanderer.


I think i took your comment in the wrong way shart.

I don't really care if someone wants to say shove it or fuck off, politicians are people too. Actually I would probably get a kick out of it if the president swore unless he was cursing someone out.
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