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Bush Continues Set of Speeches on Terror Agenda
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Date : 2006-09-30 23:31:28                      Reader : 288
The Republicans force the Americans on a false choice between Republicans or Terrorists !! Without Republicans , terrorists will take over US !! What a stupid logic.?More worse fighting terror abroad instead of fighting it inside as if 9/11 came from abroad not from inside US. Who said that Democrats are allies of terror?! They are more keen to fight terrorism , but inside US not outside. Republicans are responsible for 9/11 as they did nothing to prevent it.

Google News 30/9/2006

Bush Continues Set of Speeches on Terror Agenda

 

Democrats, Bush Spar Over Terror Agenda

WASHINGTON — A day after President Bush charged Democrats with undermining the War on Terror by conducting a "cut and run" campaign, party leaders fired back Friday with a claim that the president is "out of touch with reality."

"To listen to the president this morning shows that once again, that he is in denial," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said. "He is out of touch with reality when it comes to what needs to be done to fight and complete the War on Terror.

• Get complete coverage in FOXNews.com's War on Terror Center

"The Democrats take seriously our responsiblity to provide for the common defense ... to protect the American people ... and to destroy the terrorist networks of the world," Pelosi continued. "We know that job is worth it by what is happening in Iraq."

Pelosi was joined in her response by other ranking Democrats, who said the president's crticism was off the mark.

"This administration cut and run from the truth," Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry said, repeating the widely reported phrase used Thursday by Bush during a stinging speech in Birmingham, Ala.


 
 
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