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Teddy bears be gone with a war at hand
Washington Times ^
| Wesley Pruden
Posted on 02/03/2003 11:03:15 PM PST by kattracks
Edited on 07/12/2004 4:00:44 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
The Columbia disaster, a tragedy for the families of the astronauts and a sad day for all of us, is particularly bad news for Saddam Hussein, whose followers shouted in glee that the great fireball over Texas was an act of vengeance by the Islamist god.
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Editorial; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
posted on 02/03/2003 11:03:15 PM PST
That article made me proud of my President.
posted on 02/03/2003 11:25:33 PM PST
Note his style. He made the statement Saturday, then withdrew. Will appear tomorrow, probably briefly, then no doubt, will leave that stage. Unlike what one of his predecessors would have done. Libs were in fear he would use this once-in-a-lifetime "opportunity" to become the "big healer" and co-opt a National Tragedy for his own political gain. Well, can't blame them for thinking that. One of their own mastered the technique.
posted on 02/04/2003 12:18:46 AM PST
To: L`enn; WSGilcrest; kattracks
btt - "It's this very self-confidence that will put the American spaceships back in the sky (and soon enough on Mars), the easy bold belief that America can do anything that drives "old Europe" nuts. And this is the self-confidence that would drive a sane dictator into exile, in Paris or Berlin if he couldn't find a place to sleep in Tripoli or Pyongyang "
posted on 02/04/2003 2:23:34 AM PST
"Show weakness now," Mr. Blair told his Parliament, "and no one will ever believe us when we try to show strength in the future."
The future is now, and the president and the prime minister finally have the grown-ups with them.
Thank you, dear Lord, that we have President Bush and Prime Minister Blair at the helm at this time.
And Lord, Wesley Pruden is a fine writer.
posted on 02/04/2003 3:07:51 AM PST
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