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Bush's speech at KSU

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posted on Jan, 26 2006 @ 03:18 PM
People are always salvageable - the occurences of pure evil, I pray, are a small percentage.

It's going to take the idea of ones "career" to take a back seat to ones country.
I may be cynical, but I think all elected politicians are incapable of that.

posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 11:31 AM
Your cynicism is well justified. The political process itself currently involves sacrificing one's character and values to the PTB in order to get elected. They get the one's they want in power under their thumb through various nefarious means: drug addiction, compromising sexual situations (one of their favorites), and whatnot, then start pulling the strings. If one of their lackeys then tries to bail on the system, they get discredited, institutionalized, suicided, or assassinated. Imo, that's just how the system works right now, unfortunately. If this is the NWO, we need an alternative, and fast.

posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 01:10 PM
Some things I meant to reply on yesterday:

DGtempe said:

Look at us! We all seem to be impressed because he didnt mess up his speech! What a pitty.

and Bout Time added:

Consistently holding the bar so low as to expectations of what a supposed leader who's been an Ivy League grad - "Military Officer" - CEO and "Entrepreneur" is suppose to sound like and be capable of in distilling policy to those he governs still continues to amaze me.

Why are your standards so incredibly low?

And I love just about everything BH writes.
Yes, it is astounding that the President being able to answer some questions with an appearance of integrity surprises me and exceeds my expectations.

I looked very closely for an odd lump in his back when he was shaking hands at the end of the speech. He did have "trouble hearing" the hard questions. One of them was actually a positive-type question, but Bush thought it would be one he didn't want to hear. His face hardened and he asked the questioner to repeat themselves. (hee hee!)

I still wonder how the heck he made it through an entire Q&A session without stumbling over his words.

On a side note, how many of you saw the hypnotic dangling clamp yesterday?
*you are getting sleeepy*

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