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Posted on 11/16/2005 2:58:27 PM PST by Checkers
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VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY: "As most of you know, I have spent a lot of years in public service, and first came to work in Washington, D.C. back in the late 1960s. I know what it's like to operate in a highly charged political environment, in which the players on all sides of an issue feel passionately and speak forcefully. In such an environment people sometimes lose their cool, and yet in Washington you can ordinarily rely on some basic measure of truthfulness and good faith in the conduct of political debate. But in the last several weeks we have seen a wild departure from that tradition. And the suggestion that's been made by some U.S. senators that the President of the United States or any member of this Administration purposely misled the American people on pre-war intelligence is one of the most dishonest and reprehensible charges ever aired in this city.
"Some of the most irresponsible comments have, of course, come from politicians who actually voted in favor of authorizing force against Saddam Hussein. These are elected officials who had access to the intelligence, and were free to draw their own conclusions. They arrived at the same judgment about Iraq's capabilities and intentions that was made by this Administration and by the previous Administration. There was broad-based, bipartisan agreement that Saddam Hussein was a threat
that he had violated U.N. Security Council Resolutions
and that, in a post-9/11 world, we couldn't afford to take the word of a dictator who had a history of WMD programs, who had excluded weapons inspectors, who had defied the demands of the international community, who had been designated an official state sponsor of terror, and who had committed mass murder. Those are facts. What we're hearing now is some politicians contradicting their own statements and making a play for political advantage in the middle of a war. The saddest part is that our people in uniform have been subjected to these cynical and pernicious falsehoods day in and day out. American soldiers and Marines are out there every day in dangerous conditions and desert temperatures conducting raids, training Iraqi forces, countering attacks, seizing weapons, and capturing killers and back home a few opportunists are suggesting they were sent into battle for a lie. The President and I cannot prevent certain politicians from losing their memory, or their backbone but we're not going to sit by and let them rewrite history. We're going to continue throwing their own words back at them. And far more important, we're going to continue sending a consistent message to the men and women who are fighting the war on terror in Iraq, Afghanistan, and many other fronts. We can never say enough how much we appreciate them, and how proud they make us. They and their families can be certain: That this cause is right
and the performance of our military has been brave and honorable
and this nation will stand behind our fighting forces with pride and without wavering until the day of victory."
Hugh is up.
Medved may be on the show today.
On Monday I made a $2000 donation to Senator Norm Coleman's reelection campaign. On Tuesday, you and your colleagues betrayed everything I have spent 30 years supporting the GOP for. If the utterly stupid Warner and McCain Amendments are allowed to come out of Committee and are sent to the President as part of this years Appropriations Bill, I will NEVER donate another dollar or minute of my time to any current US Senator for any office anywhere ever again.
The Republican Senate Leadership has made an enormus blunder by allowing the Warrner Amednment to go forward. It should of never been allowed on the floor. No amount of spinning or excuse making can rectify that error.
You have betrayed the President for the last time. Either the shameful attempt to dictate to the President on Detainee Treatment and on the Iraq war effort is REMOVED or you can plan on being the Minority in the US Senate after 2006. Republicans do NOT reward treason with their time, their money nor their votes.
"THE BOSS" sounds like a "no-brainer".
Shut up and sing, bitch!
John Thune is up next!
He's right. How great would it be if just once a "reporter" would ask one of these brain-donor celebrities to explain what they mean, when they go on an incoherent rant. Sounds like "the boss" needs to roll up another one and smoke it.
GREAT suggestion. Thanks!
And, unfortunately, he does it a lot.
In matters of illegal immigration and islam worldwide, he is 120% PC and dumb as a brick.
Not one more dime for the RINO party til they start dancing with the person what brought them.
In the other letter I will be sending all GOP Senators who voted for this garbage, it will read "You have betrayed our Military for the last time". GREAT suggestion. Thanks!
Why did Hugh stop using his theme song by Canned Heat? Is he looking for another theme song?
1. I looked Diane Rehm up on Google and she doesn't look nearly as senile as she sounds.
2. God bless him, Hugh has come up with a new nickname for the lovely and talented Maureen Dowd: Ernestine, after the Lily Tomlin character. The aural resemblance is striking. The only thing that's missing is the snorts.
A little Catherine Zeta Jones
Check it out, if you missed it:
That was awesome.
Is that from today's "SPECIAL REPORT"?
More Zeta Jones please!
Mickey Kaus is on!
How does that ShadowTV thing work?
Keep 'em coming please.
Kaus thinks Woodward's source is Colin Powell...
...or the POTUS...
I listened to most of HH today. Too bad MM lost the connection. I didn't look for a LIVE thread/ping because you weren't there the other day.
So, thanks for the ping today, and I'll see you tomorrow, same time same place?
Great letter, Johnnie. I feel the same way.
You have that right.
It depends on how busy work gets.
HI, I live in so. mpls. I called Coleman's office for his vote for the Warner amendment and said i hoped he would talk to Friske about having a re-count - e mailed the Senate leadership and also Warner.......Have you called Coleman's office and said you want your money back? Or perhaps cancel the check and mail them the cancelled check with a "too bad you voted against Anwar and for Warner"
I agree. Hugh Hewitt seems to have absolutely no awareness that he doesn’t know anything about popular culture, music, films, or literature. Flogging mortgages doesn’t help either. When he gets on a verbal run where he refuses to take a breath, I want to kill him. (manner of speech) Sorry but HH is pathetic in this regard. Just as a matter of business, I could not advertise on this show. He repels the audience ‘in droves’. I really suspect it has something to do with HH having gone to Harvard. HH is arrogant in a way that is really reminiscent of Barak Obama.