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November 11, 2005


Nur al-Cubicle

I've seen this shorter Bush speech over at Atrios.

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Mate, your coding on this is moderately screwed.


I should note as well that what Pipes meant to say is "I am clueless bigotted hack, who is trying to replicate my father's work but with far less talent, after making a series of truly dumb predictions after the past 20 odd years, as in the Islamic comintern run by Iran....."

Of course that's how I've always read his writing in the past decade.

Dr Victorino de la Vega

Sacreblue… Damn it Aardvark!

Keep our advanced Neocon talking points algorithm under wraps lest you reveal our intellectual edge to the enemies of freedom/democracy/Zion/McDonalds burgers/Philadelphia cheese/Alabama banana pudding/you name your favorite American dish and call the PR & Public Information Management department at the Israeli embassy in Houston so they can add it to the list of heartland gastronomic liberties that constitute the bedrock of culinary freedom on which this great nation was built.

We won’t let Jacques Chirac and Saddam Hussein destroy our way of life with their poisonous Gallic soufflés and other radioactive yellow cakes cum hummus sauce cooked in the dirty Baathist/terrorist/evil/satanic/Islamo-fascist kitchens of Damascus and Tickrit!


"Some call this evil Islamic radicalism; others, militant Jihadism; and still others, Islamo-fascism. Whatever it's called, this ideology is very different from the religion of Islam"... October 28,2005 in Norfolk, Virginia.


I'm the last person in the world to defend George Bush, but is it really such a big deal that a politican used the same script in more than one speech? I mean, don't most politicans do that?

Also, I don't think that most wingnuts agree with Bush's line that "this ideology [of radical Islam] is very different from the religion of Islam". Is that something people who put scare quotes around "religion of peace" feel comfortable with?


One would hope at least, for a veteran's day speech in a time of war, his speechwriters might come up with something new.


peter, the veteran's day speech was billed as a bold new speech

instead we got a warmed-over leftover

John Penta

Dan: It was at Tobyhanna Army Depot.

Do you know who comes up here to do anything important?

Nobody, that's who. Location can tell you something!

Every speech is bold and new and important...Because otherwise, nobody would listen.

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