[Marxism] The Tim Russert interview with President Bush: "We aregoing to take a quick break"

Paul H. Dillon illonph at pacbell.net
Sun Feb 8 11:33:13 MST 2004

  I watched this although I usually can't bear more than 5 seconds of Bush
on TV.  Russert provides a buffer, I was hoping he would put the Thief
Executive on the spot and he did it enough that it was enjoyable to watch --
even though I kept cursing to myself under my breath that this buffoon
should be brought to trial .  It did get scary when Russert asked him what
he would do if he lost, and he just wouldn't entertain such an idea, look
out Amerika!


  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "Jurriaan Bendien" <bendien at tomaatnet.nl>
  To: "Marxmail List" <marxism at lists.econ.utah.edu>
  Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 7:59 AM
  Subject: [Marxism] The Tim Russert interview with President Bush: "We
aregoing to take a quick break"

  > President Bush: Every life is precious.  Every person that is willing to
  > sacrifice for this country deserves our praise, and yes.
  > Russert: But
  > President Bush: Let me finish.
  > Russert: Please.
  > President Bush: It's essential that I explain this properly to the
  > of those who lost their lives. Saddam Hussein was dangerous, and I'm not
  > gonna leave him in power and trust a madman.  He's a dangerous man.  He
  > the ability to make weapons at the very minimum. For the parents of the
  > soldiers who have fallen, who are listening, David Kay, the weapons
  > inspector, came back and said, "In many ways Iraq was more dangerous
than we
  > thought."  It's... we are in a war against these terrorists who will
  > great harm to America, and I've asked these young ones to sacrifice for
  > that. A free Iraq will change the world.  It's historic times.  A free
  > will make it easier for other children in our own country to grow up in
  > safer world, because in the Middle East is where you find the hatred and
  > violence that enables the enemy to recruit its killers. And, Tim, as you
  > tell, I've got a foreign policy that is one that believes America has a
  > responsibility in this world to lead, a responsibility to lead in the
  > against terror, a responsibility to speak clearly about the threats that
  > all face, a responsibility to promote freedom, to free people from the
  > clutches of barbaric people such as Saddam Hussein who tortured,
  > there were mass graves that we have found  a responsibility to fight
  > the pandemic of AIDS, and to feed the hungry.  We have a responsibility.
  > me that is history's call to America.  I accept the call, and will
  > to lead in that direction.
  > Russert: In light of not finding the weapons of mass destruction, do you
  > believe the war in Iraq is a war of choice or a war of necessity?
  > President Bush: I think that's an interesting question.  Please
elaborate on
  > that a little bit.  A war of choice or a war of necessity?  It's a war
  > necessity.  We... in my judgment, we had no choice when we look at the
  > intelligence... I looked at that... says the man was a threat.  And you
  > know, we will find out about the weapons of mass destruction that we all
  > thought were there.  That's part of the Iraqi survey group, and the
group I
  > put together to look at. But again, I repeat to you, I don't want to
  > like a broken record, but David Kay, who is the man who led the Iraqi
  > group, who has now returned with an interim report, clearly said that
  > place was a dangerous place.  When asked if President Bush had done...
  > made the right decision, he said yes.  In other words, the evidence we
  > uncovered thus far, says we had no choice.
  > Russert: We are going to take a quick break
  > Source: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4179618/
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