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Bush regrets "bring 'em on" taunt

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posted on May, 27 2006 @ 06:45 AM

Originally posted by Sauron

Bush Smirked After 'Admitting Mistakes'

Richard Wolffe from Newsweek, joined Keith Olbermann and said
that Bush's more realistic tone and mannerisms seemed rehearsed.

I watched the 'regret' statement. He didn't smirk during or after it.
At the very end of the question and answer period he smirked. But
know what ??? He ALWAYS smirks. ALWAYS. It's annoying. But
he definately didn't smirk during or right after that 'regret' comment.

Newsweek and MSNBC (Keith Olbermann) are leftists. Of course they
are going to say something anti-bush. Can't let him get away with
being sincere or saying something nice, can they?
Gotta say
it was 'rehearsed' or that he 'smirked'.
Ever read Newsweek??
It isn't a non-biased news outlet. It's a propaganda machine, just
like all 'news' outlets.

The guy was sincere and stated what he regreted. He didn't have to
say anything. He said something that happened years ago and that
most people never think of anymore. If it were 'rehearsed' he would
have had to have known the question was coming and he would have
been the typical politician and picked something more uptodate.

This wasn't rehearsed. He didn't smirk at the question.
Considering he's a politician and they are all icky .. the fact that
he was actually sincere and unrehearsed is wonderful for a change.

posted on May, 27 2006 @ 06:47 AM

The words were changed. You're correct. :shk:

I will say this, on their behalf; The words although changed, express their love for the United States and there is absolutely no disrespect. Having said that, they should have stuck with the true and original, to show absolute respect.

posted on May, 27 2006 @ 06:51 AM
Lets face it- he's a smirker and a head bobber and ends everything with the now famous " He he he he he"- Its his way, and i also think its a nervous reaction,imo.

At least he doesnt laugh making pig noises.
For that, i am very greatful!

posted on May, 27 2006 @ 11:00 AM
Too Little - Too Late.

Words have been spoken - and it is hard to take those words back now.

A really Pathetic attempt too.

posted on May, 28 2006 @ 05:05 AM
Im glad that Bush is willing to admit that mistakes were made. The next step is to deal with the situation that the bungled occupation has contirbuted to. I doubt that any of Bushs statements had anything to do with what trigged the insurgency the world isnt that simple.

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