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Thread: republicans rip bush on handling of the war/McCain: Bush not straight enough on Iraq

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    republicans rip bush on handling of the war

    http://cnn.aimtoday.cnn.com/news/sto...20040910WHT42D



    Hey conservatives you can spin what McCain has to say cause you have always questioned his allegiances, but hagel and lugar? Good luck

    Im gonna sit back and watch this
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryTate
    http://cnn.aimtoday.cnn.com/news/sto...20040910WHT42D



    Hey conservatives you can spin what McCain has to say cause you have always questioned his allegiances, but hagel and lugar? Good luck

    Im gonna sit back and watch this
    I see nothing funny 1st of all. 2nd the administration deserves to be questioned. They have made some poor choices, no one has said they have not.

    And you're right, some REP's like me have some very serious questions when it comes to McCain, but as it stands now he's right on this one.
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    There have been HUGE mistakes in the running of the war. But it's still better than a PResident who would sit on his hands and do nothing.
    - "What do we mean by the defeat of the enemy? Simply the destruction of his forces, whether by death, injury, or any other means -- either completely or enough to make him stop fighting. . . . ."-Carl von Clausewitz-
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    wait the republicans tell kerry-supporters how he voted for the war and now he will sit on his hands do nothing. None of us know what Kerry would have done but we do know that this administration didnt handle the war well. I would rather have an unknown than incompotence but maybe its just me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VJ1252
    wait the republicans tell kerry-supporters how he voted for the war and now he will sit on his hands do nothing. None of us know what Kerry would have done but we do know that this administration didnt handle the war well. I would rather have an unknown than incompotence but maybe its just me.
    It's not just you VJ1252, and it's not just the war..
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    "WASHINGTON - Leading members of President Bush's Republican Party on Sunday criticized mistakes and "incompetence" in his Iraq policy and called for an urgent ground offensive to retake insurgent sanctuaries."

    Bush is running on leadership. I guess this is not a vote of confidence. I just wonder why they feel the need to speak out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VJ1252
    wait the republicans tell kerry-supporters how he voted for the war and now he will sit on his hands do nothing. None of us know what Kerry would have done but we do know that this administration didnt handle the war well. I would rather have an unknown than incompotence but maybe its just me.
    The problem is no one knows what Kerry would or wouldn't have done. He has said he would do everything.
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    The fact is war is hell. The best laid plans don't always work out as intended.

    Bush has Kerry in spades as far as having the balls to see something through despite political risks. Look at how Kerry's stances bounce around depending on what is good for him Politically at that moment. That is NOT what I want from my President.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinPhan1227
    There have been HUGE mistakes in the running of the war. But it's still better than a PResident who would sit on his hands and do nothing.
    Like the old saying goes, "Do something, even if it's wrong!" ?
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    McCain: Bush not straight enough on Iraq

    Several Republicans and Democrats took President Bush to task on Sunday's talk shows over his repeated assertions that all is well in Iraq. :eek:

    http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/...ors/index.html
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