Oh, c'mon now. You know it's always all the woman's fault. No man would take
advantage. Have you ever heard a more Victorian point of view? Thought that
concept had died some time in the '60s, one of the better results of feminism.
But it does seem like she had already gone to the "bare" point, so...does he
mean "bear" without knowing it?
"I think the most un-American thing you can say is, 'You can't say that.' "
Now either you're dense, or just trying to act so.
In this country, a woman may abort and avoid responsibility for her
reproductive actions, a male does not have that option.
Is that clear enough?
What does Bush 43 have to do with Reagan? How is this a flip flop?
When did Bush not support trade with China? Same question?
The UN resolutions were a result of an armistice on a war which we
shouldered 95% of the burden. They were simply a conduit. Again, same
Veterans benefits continue to outpace inflation, and everyone in the private
sector has seen their insurance plans change over time to fight the
escalating costs. Again, where is the flip flop?
All Americans have health care. Oh, do you mean "health insurance"? Funny
how the left never wants to phrase it that way. Again, I don't see any flip
Show me one instance where Bush told us something he knew wasn't true.
I realize the DNC is fighting the Kerry flip flop charge tooth and nail, but
none of the six listed could be described as a flip flop. Kerry has flipped
on the exact same issues numerous times.
The density of the bone in Bush's head keeps him from knowing a lot of things.
WTF does the DNC have to do with the listed items, which, in fact, were listed
as faults, not as flip flops originally?
"I think the most un-American thing you can say is, 'You can't say that.'"
I think if you really wanted to get it straight, you would read the
news reports directly from a couple of different sources. If you did
that you'd realize that a) what was taken was a photocopy -- not the
original -- of a report submitted to Berger on how the Millenium
attacks were foiled, and that the 9/11 commission has the original (b)
the other thing taken out was his handwritten notes in prep for the
9/11 commission; (c) all this happened more than 4 months ago, since
which Berger has been cooperating and is just now being leaked; (d)
Berger probably has no motivation to steal a report that the 9/11
commission has already seen and included in their report.
But I don't think you really want to get it straight, do you? I
suspect knowing more about current events would cause you to question
your comfortable political views.
Who of credibility actually claims that the ex-national security
adviser is stuffing notes into his socks and pants? Really, what
would he have to gain?
More likely this is just a little mudslinging episode with a high
amount of exaggeration.
really wanted to get it straight, you would read the
The details seem to be a bit sketchy to nail down, but do we know this for a
fact? I'm not sure we even know everything he took, since by Berger's own
admission, he lost several documents. Which, of course, isn't the point
anyway. The point is, he shouldn't have taken the documents in the first
place. Unfortunately, it is yet another reflection on how seriously members
of the Clinton administration took protection of classified information.
Which he also was not authorized to take.
(c) all this happened more than 4 months ago, since
Typical liberal response. More worried about the timing of the release of
the information than the information itself. Look, I'm willing to stipulate
that the release of the information is politically motivated. It's less
than four months from the presidential election! Everything is politically
motivated from here on out.
I see. You know everything that was contained in the documents he was
looking at? Including the ones that have disappeared? OK. You tell me why
he took the documents. Please come up with a story that doesn't make me
laugh out loud.
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