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Tuesday, October 05, 2004

DO UNTO OTHERS

"Saddam Hussein will help us achieve the peace we all want."--- George W. Bush

Sounds awful, right? That's because it's taken out of context. This is how the Bush administartion has been playing the game. The actual quote is:

"Saddam Hussein now sits in a prison cell. America and the world are safer for it. We continue to pursue our policy of disrupting those who proliferate weapons of mass destruction. Libya has disarmed. The A.Q. Khan network has been brought to justice. And, as well, we're pursuing a strategy of freedom around the world, because I understand free nations will reject terror. Free nations will answer the hopes and aspirations of their people. Free nations will help us achieve the peace we all want."

"People out there listening know what I believe. And that's this ideology of hate." --- George W. Bush

But in fact:

"People out there listening know what I believe. And that's how best it is to keep the peace. This nation of ours has got a solemn duty to defeat this ideology of hate."

This is alot of fun. I bet they pay somebody an awful lot of cash to sit and sift through Kerry's transcripts and come up with this shit. The only way to know what somebody actually says, is to hear them say it. Pay attention tonight to what Jonathan Edwards actually says, and then compare it to what the good folks at Camp Bush say he said. C'mon, it'll be fun.


Comments:
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." - George Bush

the actual quote was,
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."

Oh wait, that's what they call a Bush "Misspeak"... Kind of like the "I voted for the 81 billion, before I voted against it."

The Bush/Cheney camp even use "Misspeaks" Perhaps it's time Kerry did the same.
 
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