The most powerful man in America.

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  1. Rex

    Rex Founding Member

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    As of yesterday, the most powerful man in America is not GW Bush (not that he ever was), nor Dick Cheney (who probably is), nor Alan Greenspan, nor Karl Rove, nor Paul Wolfowitz.

    As of yesterday, the one man in this country who can most dramatically and instantaneously change the course of world events, by singlehandedly destroying the current American presidential administration, is George Tenet, who sold his soul (well, he probably did that long ago) to keep his job by making a deal with GW Bush to accept blame for the Niger uranium fiasco.

    All it would take is for George Tenet to develop a conscience (a long shot, to be sure) and make one honest statement to the press, something like "Bush pressured me into a lie," and Bush and the Republicans would be toast.
     
  2. Golden Tiger

    Golden Tiger Founding Member

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    So you know for a fact that now this guy has lied, and it would only be the truth if he said what you wanted to hear.

    That is a typical Liberal statement.........

    Is there anything you agree with President Bush on, or do you just hate him because he is Republican?
    Most Liberals, dem's, only side aginst him for that reason, no matter what the situation is.
     
  3. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    So true Golden Tiger. Not one word of Rex's diatribe can be substantiated by a shred of evidence. All liberals are grasping at anything they can get their fingertips on in an attempt to discredit George W., a very popular Republican president. He's there for the duration and they can't stand it. This whole Niger, Tenet, Iraq thing is a media event and little else. The voting public couldn't care less. At least Republican controversies don't involve sperm.
     
  4. Chipeace

    Chipeace Country Roads Tiger

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    Even Dem's won't claim that Clinton was a good president.
     
  5. Golden Tiger

    Golden Tiger Founding Member

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    It's good to see SabanFan we think alot alike............And I'm sure
    most Americans see it the same way...
     
  6. JD

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    Boy, if we could only catch him with a blow-job.
    Oh, that's right - t Hutchinson, Hyde, Gunkrich, Burton, Chenowith all tell us that blowjobs from government employees don't mean a lot if the right is involved.
     

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