Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Ask the White House...and they Run.

An online chat room with members of the Bush Regime yesterday was suddenly ended after 12 questions were asked. Why??
The questions were too harsh and the spineless republicans wouldn't answer them.
Seems the questions were too aggressive and they had to run to, yet again, avoid addressing the corruption of this regime.
Not surprising....this illegitimate regime hasn't made one statement about any of the pertinent issues that face America today......they don't have any answers.
And their desperation climbs higher and higher..........


At 9/22/2004 11:37 AM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Suddenly what? Laughing their asses off?

At 9/22/2004 11:44 AM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Dammit, that last post will be douched for sure...

At 9/22/2004 3:56 PM , Blogger Justin said...

As much as I hate Bush, I have to admit he's playing his cards right. He scripts his press conferences so that no one will ask too many hard questions. And then if they are confronted by a tough question, the administration just avoids them. If things get to difficult, as Bush said, "don't worry about it."

At 9/23/2004 6:23 AM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Justin Justin Justin...1st, if you think I (or anyone for that matter) really belive you're a pimply faced 17 year old bag of hormones, guess again. Typical democrat deceit, My guess is you're somehow related to this blowhard (or quite possibly the same guy? I've noticed some remarkable similarities between your two sites, Hmm...) 2nd, your music tastes are more in line with 30 something, hardly teenage fare. If you are going to post such ridculously strong opinions, my suggsetion (If you really are 17...*snicker*) to you is live long enough to develop them...

At 9/23/2004 8:05 AM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said...

There. is term, that by-passed you, called maturity. Why don't try to give credit where credit is due??
Grow up.

At 9/23/2004 11:40 AM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Maturity? Are you kidding? He's as real as Dan Rather's "explosive" documents...

At 9/23/2004 11:52 AM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Maturity? Are you kidding? he's as genuine as Dan Rather's documents...

At 9/23/2004 2:34 PM , Blogger Justin said...

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At 9/23/2004 2:43 PM , Blogger Justin said...

Wow... you really are insane. I am 17, I am from PA, I'm not pimply faced, I do have a brain, and I am mature.. none of which seem to describe you. Oh yeah, and me and ProgressivePatriot are not the same people.

My music tastes? So because of my music tastes you assume that I'm not who I say I am? You're insane. Okay, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd... I can see where the suspicions come from, but my girlfriend likes the Beetles, that doesn't mean she was a teenager in the 60's. Your argument... well... sucks.

And you don't think I've lived long enough? Idiot! I used to be a staunch Republican supporter, but that's when I was in 9th grade and didn't use the brain I have. I've developed my thinking over the years, and I take pride in actually using logical arguments, unlike morons like you. You've got some growing up to do. I'm 17 and know more about the world than you. Get serious for once and look at the goddamn facts instead of ignorantly thinking you are always right. I can't believe you. How old are you? 5? I'm more mature than you, and I'm 17. I don't go around on random people's websites and insult them and accuse them of not being mature enough to have a @#%$ing opinion. I mean... talk about immature, and also having no life. Get mommy's couch and do something productive with you damn life.

At 9/24/2004 1:29 PM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

*violins playing in the background* uh huh...
by the way, 9th grade? LMAO!!!

At 9/24/2004 4:25 PM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said... that we know you are in the 9th grade, Moron, that helps us to see why you are so lost and gullible.

At 9/25/2004 1:21 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...


Privacy Policy

Welcome to "Ask the White House" -- an online interactive forum where you can submit questions to Administration officials and friends of the White House. Visit the "Ask the White House" archives to read other discussions with White House officials.

Dan Bartlett

White House Communications Director


September 21, 2004
Dan Bartlett

Great to be here today. I know there are a lot of questions so let's go right to the questions.


Susan, from Woodstock, Illinois writes:
Why was there no comment made on yesterday's beheading of Eugene Armstrong in Iraq by President Bush? He hasn't even acknowledged it.

Dan Bartlett
I'm glad you brought that up. President Bush just finished a news conference with new Prime Minister of Iraq, where he offered his condolences and assured the families of the remaining hostages that we are doing everything possible to find their loved ones.


Marilee, from Denver, CO writes:
What is Mr. Bush's plan for success in Iraq? Stay the course doesn't seem to be working. Does he want to engage the world community, i.e. the UN? How can he do that when he and the Mr. Cheney totally dissed them prior to the invasion and at the RNC in NY early this month?

Dan Bartlett
Marilee, President Bush's plan for success in Iraq is the following: 1) support the new Iraqi government fight the terrorists by helping train their own forces; 2) call on the international community to continue it's help both financially or any other way (a message he delivered today at the UN); and 3) ensure that elections take place in January.

President Bush understands how difficult the fighting has been. The enemies of a free Iraq are doing everything they can to wreck the democratic process. The new leader of Iraq, Prime Minister Allawi, is confident in our strategy and strongly believes the silent majority of Iraqis want our help and want us to succeed. And we will.

I also take issue with your reference to Vice President Cheney. The President and Vice President Cheney take our responsibilities to build an international coalition seriously. And that's why more than 30 countries are participating today in Iraq. But he also points out that other countries should not have veto power over our national security decisions.


Stephen, from Colorado Springs, CO writes:
Dan, Why is it that the president or you will not declare that the documents (CYA Memos) are false and untrue? Certainly if the documents are fakes, then the information in them is false as well.

Let's hear you and Mr. Bush say they are false and untrue accusations and we can settle all this mess.

Dan Bartlett
We don't have the technical expertise to determine if they were fake or not. Remember, these supposedly came from the personal files of man who died more than 20 years ago. Thankfully, a lot of expert bloggers and other news organizations did get to the bottom this growing scandal."

Interesting he didn't answer the question. Also very revealing is the fact that the president didn't say the accusations were false, and even the White House pushes the documents authenticty rather than answering the underlying question of whether the documents have any relation to fact.


At 9/25/2004 7:21 PM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said...

Thanks for the post IXLNXS,
I like the part where he says bloggers put this case to rest....maybe their bloggers did but, a lot of bloggers are shut out with information that, even though, the documents may be false, the fact that bush is a deserter is not.
This regime can't answer questions, truthfully anyway, or their lies will spew forward like the blood of our soldiers.
What a disgrace this regime is and anyone who supports them.

At 9/27/2004 3:37 PM , Blogger Justin said...

I'm in my senior year asshole. Just because you can't argue the post doesn't mean you have to insult me.

At 9/27/2004 3:54 PM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said...

It's all they have....they are fighting a battle with no Moron....he doesn't have a clue so he tries to cover his mental deficiency by insulting others.
It's the republiscum way.


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