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Tuesday, August 31, 2004

Puppet Problem


Do I really need to comment?

"We have a clear vision on how to win the war on terror and bring peace to the world."
George W. Bush,July 30th 2004.

"I don't think you can win it (i.e., the war on terror). But I think you can create conditions so that the those who use terror as a tool are less acceptable in parts of the world."
George W. Bush, August 28th, 2004

"We meet today in a time of war for our country, a war (i.e., the war on terror) we did not start yet one that we will win."
George W. Bush, August 31st, 2004
Maybe a little comment .
It would be no problem with this position changing if Bush would just admit to changing positions. However, this Administration claims it never changes positions.

Let's see:
First we can win. Then we can't and in 3 days we can again.

How could Bush have such a change in just 3 days? Good Intel? Military Victory? Political Strategy? Puppet Problem?

Simple, when he said we couldn't win, Karl Rove's hand was not up his ass as it was an un-scripted one on one interview(I know, I'm stretching giving Bush a full "one" status) .
When he said we can win he was reading what he was suppose to read - saying the scripted lines.

Bonzo just got off message a bit.

PUpdate: Puppet Reparsing (note bold text and Italics)-

"I don't think you can win it (i.e., Matt Lauer
can't win the war on terror).
But I think you (i.e., Matt Lauer who can't win the war on terror) can create conditions (with the Today show) so that the those who use terror as a tool are less acceptable in parts of the world." (meaning more acceptable in other parts and somewhat acceptable in others. This a scale of acceptability.)
George W. Bush, August 28th, 2004


Or
"I don't think ( end of thought------ start new thought) you can win it...."
George W. Bush, August 28th, 2004
hmm.




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