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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    I suspect it's only a matter of time before Cheney also spills his guts, bragging about how he had dubya on puppet strings. ESPECIALLY since he's got a book coming out! He'll probably rag on poor dubya, making fun of his "lack of intellectual curiosity"!
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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Quote Originally Posted by ADK_Forever View Post
    I suspect it's only a matter of time before Cheney also spills his guts, bragging about how he had dubya on puppet strings. ESPECIALLY since he's got a book coming out! He'll probably rag on poor dubya, making fun of his "lack of intellectual curiosity"!
    ...or about how Haliburton owns the United States. YEAH BABY!
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    I always love how quickly the pro-Bush/anti-Dem crowd rushes to dismiss a source before they actually read what the source has to say. Books are the devil!!!! And anyone who worked for Bush then later criticized him is a publicity whoring liar!!!!

    I remember someone on here trying to tell me that Richard Clarke was a disgruntled, washed up hack. That was their defense to his allegations. He cited dates, other witnesses, the whole shooting match. Yet he was a nobody, a turncoat, looking only to make a fortune. They never read his book, nor could they actually cite anything in his background. All they knew was he was a Bush backstabber and that was enough.

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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    I always love how quickly the pro-Bush/anti-Dem crowd rushes to dismiss a source before they actually read what the source has to say. Books are the devil!!!! And anyone who worked for Bush then later criticized him is a publicity whoring liar!!!!
    What's your opinion of Dick Morris?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DamnYankee View Post
    Another Bush basher. BFD.
    No, another former Bush official whose telling tales and naming names. It's kind of a big deal considering what Bush did and how some peoplecontinue to bleat his praises.
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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Quote Originally Posted by Grateful Heart View Post
    What's your opinion of Dick Morris?

    Come on, let's hold our breath together. He'll answer.
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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Quote Originally Posted by Grateful Heart View Post
    What's your opinion of Dick Morris?

    Indifferent I guess. No big deal really, he told his story. Can't really call him a liar, the man was all up the Clinton's asses and did some good work for them. They had a crazy relationship and the guy left, wrote a book, and took some shots. With the Clintons, who knows? It could be true.
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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Come on, let's hold our breath together. He'll answer.
    What's your big play here? Just stopping by for a meaningless one liner? I don't run from these kinds of things. But then again, the difference between you and I is that I actually articulate intelligent arguments.
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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    Indifferent I guess. No big deal really, he told his story. Can't really call him a liar, the man was all up the Clinton's asses and did some good work for them. They had a crazy relationship and the guy left, wrote a book, and took some shots. With the Clintons, who knows? It could be true.
    So it could be true about the Clintons, but you seem pretty convinced about the guy in the OP based on your posts. What gives him more credibility than Dick Morris, in your opinion?
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    Re: The Dilemma of Dissent - A former Bush aide looks back

    Why do you think this guy would "lie" about Bush?
    What would his motive be?

    How many people have to say the same thing, about Bush, for you to start doubting your allegiences?
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