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Oh, and I understand you haven't had any plastic surgery, you can't operate a coffee maker and you've never heard of Red Bull?
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Beyond the logic of the decision, Democrats and 'civil rights' groups say requiring voters to display identification might 'deter poor, older and minority voters' from voting. I bet it will. If you aren't registered to vote and you try to cast a ballot, you sure as hell don't want to be asked to show ID.
“The application of the statute to the vast majority of Indiana voters is amply justified by the valid interest in protecting ‘the integrity and reliability of the electoral process,’ ” wrote Justice John Paul Stevens in a ruling joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy."
“I grabbed her ass,” one young woman exclaimed to her friends after snapping a picture with her arm around the former first daughter.Classy. Reportedly, Rendell did this same thing for Kerry in '04.
“Chelsea, the gays love you!” one fan exclaimed, as she took the microphone at Bump, a restaurant and bar that was her first stop. “Oh, gosh, I don’t know if everybody loves me,” she responded."
"We continue to import their junk with the lead paint on them and the poisoned pet food and export . . . jobs to places where you can pay workers a dollar a month to turn out the stuff that we're buying from Wal-Mart. So I think our relationship with China has certainly changed. I think they're basically the same bunch of goons and thugs they've been for the last 50 years."One certainly does wonder if President Bush should bless the opening ceremonies of the Olympics with his presence?
"He gave me a hug. We hugged each other, and it was a warm reception," Shaer told The Associated Press. "Carter asked what he can do to achieve peace between the Palestinians and Israel ... and I told him the possibility for peace is high."The only way there will ever be peace in the Middle East is if terrorists like Shaer stop attacking and killing Jews and begin focusing their energies on providing for their own people by forming an economy, creating jobs and erecting infrastructure.
"It leaves you with the impression that the White House is run as a fraternity house with no reverence for hierarchy, the office itself or for the implications of policy," said Robert Draper, author of "Dead Certain: The Presidency of George Bush." "Everybody calling everybody else nicknames and chatting about whether to go to war as if they were chatting about how to bet on a football game really misses the mark of how many White Houses, including this one, are run.Reportedly, there are also scenes depicting Bush piloting a plane and almost crashing while under the influence of alcohol, and expressing reluctance that his father ran for re-election in 1992.
"The problem here is it goes to this notion of Bush as being the passive receiver of policy and the White House being run by (Dick) Cheney, (Donald) Rumsfeld, (Karl) Rove and others," Draper said. "Bush's adversaries have been ill-served by this belief that Bush is an observer to his own presidency. This notion that his schedule is driven by what's on ESPN is ludicrous."
"That story was running around," said Skip Hollandsworth, of Texas Monthly. "But he was extremely upset later about (Ross) Perot entering that race, and very angry. That doesn't make sense."Re: Piloting a private passenger plane, if that happened, it's the first I've heard of it. Another Bush myth.
"All four Bush biographers cast doubt on one scene in which a wave crashes on a rocky promontory as Bush reveals: "There's this darkness that follows me ..."Bush is no martyr and he never second guesses himself or his decisions, so... Screenwriter Stanley Weiser obviously took some creative liberties. He claims to 'have read 17 books on Bush.' Apparently, he read the wrong ones.
"He doesn't think or talk like that," Jacob Weisberg (author of The Bush Tragedy) said. "The darkness sounds like they've been listening to too much Springsteen. It doesn't ring psychologically true to me."
"This is a chronic disease among Democrats, who tend to talk more about what's wrong with America than what's right. When Ronald Reagan touted "Morning in America" in the 1980s, Dick Gephardt famously countered that it was near midnight "and getting darker all the time.
"During Obama's response to a young man who remembered how the country had come together after Sept. 11 and lamented "the dangerously low levels of patriotism and pride in our country, the loss of faith in our elected officials." Obama used this to go after George W. Bush. But he never returned to the question of patriotism. He never said, "But hey, look, we're Americans. This is the greatest country on earth. We'll rise to the occasion."
"Still, the predictions are a far cry from what most insiders expected after Democrats swept to power by capturing 29 House seats and six Senate seats in November 2006, riding a wave of anti-President Bush and anti-Iraq war sentiment."By how much... That's the question. And since it's only April, it's silly to speculate. I tend to share Minority leader John Boehner's (R-OH) view.
"Most of those retirees are from safe seats," he said, adding, "If you look at the difficult seats, we were going to have a difficult race whether we had an incumbent or someone new."Approval ratings for the Nancy Pelosi Congress are lower than President Bush's numbers. Raising the minimum wage wasn't a great legislative accomplishment and that's about all the Dems have done since wrestling control of Congress away from the GOP in '06.
What a stateman. He answered that question about the same way that he handled the Iranian hostage crisis in 1979.
"Don’t forget that Obama won in my state of Georgia," Carter said. "My town, which is home to 625 people, is for Obama, my children and their spouses are pro-Obama. My grandchildren are also pro-Obama."
"As a superdelegate, I would not disclose who I am rooting for but I leave you to make that guess," Carter added.