Otherwise, they'd stand and applaud permanent tax cuts.
The Spectacle Blog
This economic section reeks of inserts from Cheney's office. And I love it.
Roughly thirty minutes of foreign policy so far, clear, passionate, unambiguous, historically accurate, rugged, visionary, inarguable.
If there are people in our country who are talking to al-Queda, we want to know about it because we're not going to sit back and wait to be hit again.
Ok, Dr. Dean. What's your answer? Other than saying "no."
John, this is strong and bold. And Hillary knows it. Just look at her smirk and shake her head.
POTUS takes the battle to the enemy sitting in the room.
Egypt's Mubarak and Hamas's Meshed and Saud's Abdullah get slapped.
"Must not permit the Iranian regime to gain nuclear weapons."
Citizens of Iran: "a free and democratic Iran ..."
Ahmadinejad stares back from the mystery of his hidey-hole.
Hillary looks depressed. Maybe she was planning on a drink with Cindy after class.
Must recognize Israel and reject terrorism. Strong words. Fat chance.
With lines like that I might be able to sleep well tonight, especially if they keep giving me images of Kerry looking so sour.