Now this has cost us deeply in the world. Two days ago in the Oval Office, I met with the finance minister from Iraq. The Defense Ministry said on Friday the two suspended soldiers were involved in images taken in And, of course, Iraq is a central part of the war on terror.
And from the beginning -- I did vote to give the authority because I thought Saddam Hussein was a threat. I agree with the president that we have to go after them and get them wherever they are. Our Guard and reserves have been turned into almost active duty.
President, minute and a half. So we use diplomacy every chance we get, believe me. And I believe that fresh start, new credibility, a President who can understand what we have to do to reach out to the Muslim world, to make it clear that this is not -- you know, Osama bin Laden uses the invasion of Iraq in order to go out to people and say that America has declared war on Islam.
They just decided the time for diplomacy is over and rushed to war without planning for what happens afterwards. The world is better off without Saddam Hussein. You have to close the borders.
Number one, we can do this through the African Union, providing we give them the logistical support. As the politics change, his positions change. Has the war in Iraq been worth the cost in American lives: In a thermonuclear age, we can accomplish it very quickly and decisively" as indeed they had done in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in We ought to be shutting those down.
Widely recognized as the most far-reaching overhaul of Medicare to date, the MMA enabled Medicare enrollees to obtain prescription drug coverage from Medicare through private insurance companies, which then received a government subsidy; it also vastly increased the number of private insurance plans through which enrollees could receive medical benefits.
I believe both a free Afghanistan and a free Iraq will serve as a powerful example for millions who plead in silence for liberty in the broader Middle East.
It would seem that the main beneficiaries have been the pharmaceutical firms! And he rushed to war in Iraq without a plan to win the peace. We have assembled a town-hall meeting. On August 5Bush summed up the testimony his black-inferiority advocates had given to the Task Force before Congress.
The German Defence Ministry said on Friday the two soldiers suspended were involved in images taken in It is this connection which has made the German Authorities so sensitive about this issue - and why the photo itself does not appear to be available on the net - though I saw it flash up on Channel 4 news on Saturday night 28th October Nine suspects have been investigated on the matter so far.
There was no doubt in my mind that Saddam Hussein was hoping that the world would turn a blind eye. I can make America safer than President Bush has made us. Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine.
Von Schirach and Speer were sentenced to 20 years, von Neurath to 15 and Admiral Doenitz to 10 years. And he said our troops would be occupiers in a bitterly hostile land. It is foolish to try to link the use of this symbol to some kind of world wide conspiracy.
Supreme Courtasking it to delay the recounts until it could hear the case; a stay was issued by the court on December 9.
I understand what the President is talking about, because I know what it means to lose people in combat. And certainty sometimes can get you in trouble.John Kerry was yesterday widely declared the winner of the first presidential debate, after an aggressive performance left a scowling President George Bush sometimes groping for words.
It was. Oct 01, · Pundits, pollsters and political operatives worked furiously to answer one question after the first debate between President Bush and Sen. John Kerry -- who won? GEORGE W. BUSH & JOHN KERRY THE FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE CORAL GABLES, FL • SEPTEMBER 30, and I welcome you to the first of the presidential debates between President George W.
Bush, the Republican nominee, and Senator John Kerry, the Democratic nominee. These debates are sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
Oct 13, · Following is a transcript of the presidential debate last night in Tempe, Ariz., between President Bush and Senator John Kerry, as recorded by The New York Times.
I welcome you to the second of the presidential debates between President George W.
Bush, the Republican nominee, and Senator John Kerry, the Democratic nominee. The debates are sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. Tonight's format is going to be a bit different.
We have assembled a town-hall meeting. For Immediate Release Office of the Press Secretary October 1, Remarks by President Bush and Senator Kerry in First Presidential Debate.Download