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“Yes | No | Report from davidflorida wrote 51 weeks 3 days ago he should of burnt his face so when he looks in the mirror every day he will reme mber he is a dumb ass. have him teach a goverment ethics class.”
“HENSON: Rob and Amber, Ro-mber, I think they are going to go public soon.”
“M. O'BRIEN: And then there's this, that's a M.mber of Parliament there in Great Britain playing here kitty, here kitty.”
“M. O'BRIEN: And our favorite M.mber of the British Parliament, George Galloway, lapping up milk like a little kitty on a reality show.”
“N.mber one, there has to be a new U.N. Security Council resolution.”
“N.mber one for the president, convincing still skeptical allies -- France, China and Russia, all with veto power on the U.N. Security Council -- to support a tough new U.N. resolution which basically sets up a 30 day timetable for Iraq to comply with U.N. disarmament demands and threats military action of Iraq does not comply.”
“The President today announced his intent to appoint John M. Deutch as a M.mber of the President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology.”
“The President today announced the nomination of M.chael M. Reyna to serve as a M.mber of the Farm Credit Administration Board.”
“The President today announced his intent to nominate Rebecca M. Blank as M.mber of the Council of Economic Advisors.”
“N.mber one, if you go back and read that resolution, we have had a consistent position -- even though I have abstained in some resolutions, I haven't vetoed all the resolutions criticizing Israel -- but even though I have abstained in some, we've had a consistent position that we can never achieve peace through U.N. Security Council resolutions, number one.”
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