Bush's Speech Was Great, Now More!

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    http://corner.nationalreview.com/05_11_06_corner-archive.asp#082362

     
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    Michael of course...blunt is the name of the game today...or else we all will lose!
     
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    a radio guy. I've heard his program a time or two and he's on the fringe,, JMHO..
    But the guy is wack...
     
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    His speach was good. His speaches always seem to be good. But it all seems to die right after that.

    If he causes a wave in his favor after one of his speaches, I wish he'd "ride the wave" awhile, instead of just sitting back and watching it disappear.
     
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    It's awfully hard to ride the wave when it crashes into the media seawall. Did you watch CNN after the speech? They didn't report it at all, they just acted like the propaganda arm of the DNC that they are and said the very fact that he responded to the Dems calling him a liar proved he was a liar.
     
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    and that's why it's called the MSM/DNC. I agree that this must be followed up on, over and over on the issues that the nation needs: immigration security, tax reforms, WOT.
     
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    I was busy lunching and shopping, so I missed it, I'm going to have to watch it on C-Span. :smoke:

    Well there are talking points from the DNC, I've noticed some already on the board, but here are some, with links:

    http://instapundit.com/archives/026799.php
     
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    http://polipundit.com/index.php?p=11182

    Links at site:

     
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    Dubbyuh's speeches are seldom more than a rehashing and re-arrangin of the same tired old crap he's been spouting since day one of his presidency. His "stick-to-itiveness" isn't dogged determination, it's the utter inflexibility of an alcoholic personality. Unable to look beyond the box he's built for himself, he continues to repeat the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result. But that's a definition of insanity...isn't it. And that's why his speeches fail to rouse any enthusiasm outside of the carefully screened audiences who lap up his words as if they were manna from heaven.
     

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