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Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Cutting and running from "Stay the course"

Look how the Republicans run...

President Bush and his aides are annoyed that people keep misinterpreting his Iraq policy as "stay the course." A complete distortion, they say. "That is not a stay-the-course policy," White House press secretary Tony Snow declared yesterday.
A complete distortion? Lets run the video clip.

Vote for change.