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  1. Holy Diver

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    #80 Jersey

    "Here's my point, either they knew or didn't know. What matters is, is that they're there. What's worse, that the government knew, or that the government didn't know?"

    -GWBUsh on the Iranian influence in Iraq

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    again, wtf is Curious George ever trying to say?

    quite easily the worst speaking president this nation has ever had to suffer through...
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    A Man of Many Beliefs Gives a News Conference
    With Few Answers// (Washn)
    By Dana Milbanks
    (c) 2007, The Washington Post

    WASHINGTON β€” President Bush must have heard that National Public Radio was reviving the 1950s radio program β€œThis I Believe,” because his Wednesday news conference sounded like an audition.
    On Iran: β€œI believe Iran is an unbelievably vital nation.”
    On his Iraq plan: β€œI believe that success in Baghdad will have success in helping us secure the homeland.”
    On his Middle East policy: β€œI believe it’s going to yield the peace that we all want.”
    On the North Korea agreement: β€œI believe it’s an important step in the right direction.”
    On tensions with Russia: β€œI firmly believe NATO is a stabilizing influence for the good.”
    On immigration: β€œI strongly believe that we need to enforce our borders.”

    Bush has always supported a faith-based initiatives, but his recitation of beliefs Wednesday in the East Room β€” he listed no fewer than 18 principles he holds to be true β€” sounded less like a question-and-answer session than a reading of the Nicene Creed.

    The only thing the president did not believe in was answering the questions he was asked. ...

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