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“On April 10, 2006, President George W. Bush made an address about the “Global War on Terror” at the Paul H.”
“In the 2000 campaign, when George W. Bush used a vulgarity near an open mike, the Dallas Morning News noted the difference between a minor slip and a major blunder: “Analysts differ over whether it is a soon-to-be-forgotten blip or a blooper with staying power.””
“President George W. Bush is most certainly a Matcher, as evidenced by his faith in daily routine and his approach to Iraqi evasions on disarmament.”
“Now, here's the good news - the name George W. Bush will not be on the ballot.”
“While at AID, I first worked with Cary Weil later Barnett, Matthew Freedman, and Sarah Tinsley, all of whom were to rejoin me much later in the George W. Bush administration, and Michelle Laxalt, who remained a close friend and political adviser, especially in my subsequent confirmation battles.”
“In the shadow of the Oval Office: profiles of the national security advisers and the presidents they servedfrom JFK to George W. Bush / Ivo H.”
“Four days after George W. Bush was inaugurated as the forty-third president of the United States, Richard Clarke sent Condoleezza Rice a memorandum urgently seeking a meeting of the principals to review strategy on the Al Qaeda network.”
“Not to mention that the sidewalks were full of people dressed in green foam Statue of Liberty crowns, George W. Bush masks, and red-white-and-blue umbrella hats.”
“Perry graduated from Texas A&M University in 1972 — where he held the esteemed position of yell leader — spent five years in the Air Force, and worked as a cotton farmer before finding his niche in politics: Texas House of Representatives, agriculture commissioner, lieutenant governor, and then governor, after George W. Bush resigned to become president.”
“After all, the Clinton administration gave us the Deadbeat Parents Punishment Act21 and President George W. Bush requested tens of millions of dollars annually for programs to “promote responsible fatherhood”—while also promising to aggressively increase collections from all those “deadbeat dads.””
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