The Bush administration said Friday i...U.S. ports.<br><br>A quote from the article, "Thomas Kean, a former Republican governor of New Jersey who led the bipartisan probe of the Sept. 11 attacks, said the deal was a big mistake because of past connections between the 2001 hijackers and the UAE.<br>'It shouldn't have happened, it never should have happened,' Kean said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.'"<br><br>I guess this is a done deal, huh? <br>I am glad to see the White House has this much power and arrogance. <br><br><br>
There are some great jokes in that article.....Two of my favorites<br>"If there was a failure, we failed to recognize there might be a public reaction," Treasury Secretary John Snow said. Hey John not all of us are in the herd and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has said he trusts his brother the president on such security issues. He agrees with his brother........that deserves two <br>This isn't going to be the usual walk in the Park for [I didn't know till a few day ago Bush ] geez that makes three...... ......lol!!!<br><br>
The administration likes to make out that the Port deal just sailed through with no questions asked.<br><br>New Information shows that Homeland Security was against it and then was convinced to change their stance. Even Tom Ridge (ex HS Chief) has come out against it.<br><br> Homeland Security first objected to ports deal <br><br>Maybe it's not so bad , maybe it is... it does open some security risks (over an American Company). Bush's digging in and his arrogant stance just flies in some of his own Party's face... not to mention Joe 6-pack you just hears Arabs and Ports and gets POed. and the reaction does show that Bush has NO political capital and most now distrust him .<br><br>Man some people are slow learners. <br><br>David (OFI)<br>
Some White House language in a NYTimes article yesterday was very telling. And not in a good way. In discussing the request to slow down the take-over a little, it was said that the pause would give the administration time to "derail" the opposition. Derail. that word stuck in my craw like a big-ass chicken bone. That these arrogant SOBs are so hell-bent on ingnoring the will and wants of the American people that they have to think in such terms just makes me want to hurl! <br><br>
These are scary times. <br>I haven't heard of anything good coming from the White House in a long, long time.<br>Look at Trog's post below (yes, I know you did).<br>Normally if you make a post like this the Republicans come back with a strong rebuttal.<br>But even they are not sticking up for Bush. (to whom in may concern, I am neither Democrat or Republican)<br><br>
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