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Dear Carter,

I hate it that President Bush gave in to the Democrats on this issue.                                    

Best,

         A Reader

 

President Bush’s ‘New’ Policy

The US Navy today announced that it has released a senior Al Qaeda terrorist after questioning him extensively for 27 days while being held prisoner aboard a US aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea.

In a humanitarian gesture, the terrorist was given $50 US and a white 1962 Ford Fairlane automobile upon being released from custody.


The attached photo shows the terrorist on his way home just after being released by the Navy.

 

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P.S. This was sent in by a reader. CW

 

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Now George Bush says this is a “battle for civilization.”  No it isn’t.  And that’s exactly why he’s bad for America. Like all second-term ...

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That’s the cliché de jour, but I think 9/11 changed our lives in ways we can’t yet see – or even imagine. It’s not just leaving your shampoo and toot...

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Election forecasts are less reliable than hurricane forecasts.  But Democrats have realistic chances to take control of both the House and Senate...

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New Orleans hasn’t recovered from Katrina.  Nor has George Bush. And neither one’s prospects look good. Bush has never recovered politically be...

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I’m not the only one suspicious of the timing of last week’s airport-terror scare. As Keith Olderman pointed out on MSMBC’s Countdown Monday night, t...

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It didn’t take Bush and the Republicans long to turn the airline-terror plot against Democrats. “Defeatocrats,” one blared. Cheney didn’t even wait ...

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Last night, I turned on the television to see what was happening in Joe Lieberman’s Senate race in Connecticut. What I ran into was a pair of talking ...

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Three reasons to say yes:   President Bush on Tuesday, July 25: “Obviously, the violence in Baghdad is still terrible, and therefore there ne...

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National Republicans are learning what North Carolina Democrats have long known about Liddy Dole: empty suit. Senator Dole was the target of front-pa...

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