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TheWann formely known as the Airman in Iraq blog, since I am no longer in Iraq I decided to make this still for family and friends, with a wider stretch of thoughts for anyone else. 

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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

2:38 PM - More presidential blame!

Not going to say much on this because I have said enough on this subject, but it still pisses me off and is really getting old--on both sides! But as this Fox article shows with the Clinton interview the other day the entire 9-11 tragedy is all the fault of Bush, and Clinton rocked and did a great job. Well if you ask most Republicans Clinton could have avoided that whole terrible day, but what do we end up with? More finger pointing, more party bashing and more political crap that frankly (I am assuming here) most Americans are just sick and tired of! It has come clear that no matter how much evidence you provide to show that one person or one party is more at fault for one thing or another, the other party can show just as much showing that the other party is at fault. I know this is a cliche but can't we get along, or try to get along or hell even pretend and fake like we are!!??
I'm telling you even if I opposed most of someones ideas as long as I agreed with a few of them, I would vote for the person who ran the cleanest presidential campaign!



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Blogger hibiscus said...

aren't you even sort of curious now, whether gore would have done a better job handling al-qaeda intel before 9/11, or hunting them down after, since the clinton people were already working on it?

whether or not it could have been stopped, it sort of looks like the bush team was too busy with democrats-suck projects even to follow up on the cole attack.

ps. that fox article is a rant, not an analysis.  

Blogger binarypunk said...

You are right it is a bit of a rant and not an analysis, but that is kinda the point behind my post. Anyway, No I am not at all curious about Gore if he could have done a better job or not. Why? Because funny enough it is OVER just as this post shows you are doing more finger pointing. What ever anyways, as you so plainly put it(in my words) Gore could have done a better job than Bush, B/c Bush and his team were more focused on telling everyone just how much the Dems suck, rather than following up on the Cole attack, good on ya buddy!
I am just glad my *cough* *cough* beloved Gore spent so much time and energy trying to prove that the 2000 election was *cough* *cough* rigged and he should have won!  

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