Bush: 'Perhaps Somebody in the Administration' Outed CIA Operative Valerie Plame

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  1. zimv20 macrumors 601

    zimv20

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    "now we're going to move on." not your call, dip****.
     
  2. dswoodley macrumors 6502a

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    It's amazing how on the ball this guy is. Shame the 22nd ammendment exists. :rolleyes:
     
  3. it5five macrumors 65816

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    http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Bush_acknowledges_administration_official_leaked_Plames_0712.html

    And the media did move on. The media should be ashamed for rolling over so easily for this joke of a president.
     
  4. crazycat macrumors 65816

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    I am not from the US, but why is Bush being blamed for everything while the people who should be protecting the people from him arr not doing anything? Why does congress do nothing, the senate? the media? One man cant do everything Bush has done alone.
     
  5. solvs macrumors 603

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    For one, people still don't seem to realize how bad he really is. It's almost inconceivable. There's just so much, it's hard to keep track of it all. The MSM is lazy, and doesn't seem to really care about the stories enough to actually wade through it all. Especially his go-to guys in the press room, who won't ask him any tough questions period (notice who he immediately moved onto after not really answering the question). Plus, the other politicians are mired in the same filth as he is, married to the same corporate complex. Even the supposed opposition, which is also still trying to play the middle ground, oblivious to the desires of the majority and the fact that they're still going to be painted as far left, no matter what they do. They could do something. Heck, they could even talk more and it might appease some of us. But they'd rather do nothing and hope we hate the Republicans enough to vote them in by default, which kinda works, but kinda doesn't.

    The 2006 elections taught us that, but the recent poll numbers should be teaching them (but they aren't).
     

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