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Cocoa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-07-04 01:36 PM
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any recent Bush puff-pieces?
Laughable crap like this Kathleen Parker gem used to be all over the place. It seems to me that the whores have simply given up, preferring to avoid the subject of Bush himself, maybe divert attention to Kerry or whatever.

But I kind of miss this stuff. Are there any holdout whores that are still licking the chimp's paws?

http://www.townhall.com/columnists/kathleenparker/kp200...


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So when Bush entered the field to toss a pitch - even though he knew he could, even though he'd warmed up - he put everything at risk. Every man in America watching, whether from the stands in the Bronx or the nubby-plaid couch in Poughkeepsie, knew what he was up against. On a primitive, unspoken level, Bush had put his manhood on the line. Before the nation, before CNN, before Islam and Osama himself. That, amigos, takes courage.

America held her breath and contracted her own muscles in sympathetic anticipation of certain failure. Could he do it? He did it. He did it perfectly. Bush knows how to wind up, how to aim, how to coordinate hand and eye, how to follow through, how to hit the target, how to accept victory with grace and humility.

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Bush's symbolic act taught America a lesson about the man. He's brave, self-confident and humble.

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