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"Georgia is a sovereign nation and its territorial integrity must be respected." - George W. Bush on August 9th, 2008

http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/20...20080809-2.html

...............and we are to assume Iraq is a jingoistic American entitlement? :rolleyes:

Jim Jeffrey, President Bush's deputy national security adviser, says the U.S. has made it clear that "If the disproportionate and dangerous escalation on the Russian side continues, that this will have a significant long-term impact on U.S.-Russian relations."

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2008-08...ia_N.htm?csp=34

..............and Apartheid Zionland? Did they suffer "long term impact" and risk "significant" and enduring damage to its relationship with the United States when they went HOG WILD "disproportionately" ravaging Lebanon? :blink:

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I would add to the list of double talking double standards the "all hat, no cattle, LOTS of BS" cowboy whining about how China should be increasing the degree of religious freedom they allow, funny we don't hear him whining about religious oppression in the home of his A**hole buddies, the Saudis. :rolleyes:

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"Georgia is a sovereign nation and its territorial integrity must be respected." - George W. Bush on August 9th, 2008http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/20...20080809-2.html...............and we are to assume Iraq is a jingoistic American entitlement?  :rolleyes: Jim Jeffrey, President Bush's deputy national security adviser, says the U.S. has made it clear that "If the disproportionate and dangerous escalation on the Russian side continues, that this will have a significant long-term impact on U.S.-Russian relations."http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2008-08...ia_N.htm?csp=34..............and Apartheid Zionland? Did they suffer "long term impact" and risk "significant" and enduring damage to its relationship with the United States when they went HOG WILD "disproportionately" ravaging Lebanon?  :blink:

I see the Kool-Aid is flowing in Manscum's ghetto apartment.

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I would add to the list of double talking double standards the "all hat, no cattle, LOTS of BS" cowboy whining about how China should be increasing the degree of religious freedom they allow, funny we don't hear him whining about religious oppression in the home of his A**hole buddies, the Saudis. :rolleyes:

I guess its hard for Bush to criticize his 'special friends'.

A moment of intimacy -

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/04/26/internat...st/26prexy.html

http://www.slate.com/id/2117517/

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I would add to the list of double talking double standards the "all hat, no cattle, LOTS of BS" cowboy whining about how China should be increasing the degree of religious freedom they allow, funny we don't hear him whining about religious oppression in the home of his A**hole buddies, the Saudis. :rolleyes:

"cattle" ?? Go easy on the kool-aid, junior.

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I see the Kool-Aid is flowing in Manscum's ghetto apartment.

And we ALL see one more (this is REALLY getting boring) time 2DUMB4WORDS has NOTHING to say other than meaningless, sound-bite remarks. I guess it explains the mindless, sheeplike following of the sound-bite spewing cowboy who also has nothing sensible to offer.

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"cattle" ?? Go easy on the kool-aid, junior.

In case you haven't noticed, the position of ASININE Kool-Aid jester has already been filled.

And with the constant stream of BULL manure flowing from the Whote House there's surely cattle around somewhere.

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"cattle" ?? Go easy on the kool-aid, junior.

It was actually "no cattle", as applied to the little Connecticut born, prep-schooled, Ivy League educated, raised with a silver spoon in his mouth nitwit who tries to play cowboy to poor reviews. <_<

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It was actually "no cattle", as applied to the little Connecticut born, prep-schooled, Ivy League educated, raised with a silver spoon in his mouth nitwit who tries to play cowboy to poor reviews. :excl:

Or as Anne Richards once said of his daddy, "he was born with a silver foot in his mouth."

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It was actually "no cattle", as applied to the little Connecticut born, prep-schooled, Ivy League educated, raised with a silver spoon in his mouth nitwit who tries to play cowboy to poor reviews. <_<

And he's scared of horses

The former president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, in a recent interview with the Washington Post called US President George W Bush a "windshield cowboy" and claimed the US President despite his rough Texan cowboy image is in fact afraid of horses.

Fox told the Washington Post how he remembered offering President Bush a ride on one of his horses and the President backed away from the animal. Fox said, "a horse lover can always tell when others don't share our passion."

He also pointed out that the ranch President Bush purchased in 1999 and speaks so fondly has no horses and only five cattle.

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