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    Pot calling the kettle black

    Hmmm... Some of Bush's biggest rhetoric against Kerry is that he is a flip-flopper.

    Bush's flip-flops

    I personally don't think flip-flopping is necessarily bad.. I change my mind about stuff all the time.

    I'd much rather see someone change their position because they learned that their previous position was based on flawed info, than standing ground, just for the sake of standing ground.

    I just found the article amusing since Bush keeps saying he doesn't flip-flop.

    Anyone else??

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    Originally posted by Mr.Stinky
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    Perhaps if you opened your eyes when you read it,
    you might actually understand it.

    George Bush needs to give up on the flip-flop rhetoric,
    since it applies to him as much, if not more then Kerry.

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    How about, "we need tax cuts because the Treasury has too much money, and we need to return money to the American people by cutting taxes",... and... "the economy is in the hole, and we need to stimulate it by cutting taxes".

    And "we are winning the war in Iraq because terror attacks are reducing"... and... "the increasing violence in Iraq shows that the enemy is more desperate, and that we are winning"
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    How about, "we need tax cuts because the Treasury has too much money, and we need to return money to the American people by cutting taxes",... and... "the economy is in the hole, and we need to stimulate it by cutting taxes".

    And "we are winning the war in Iraq because terror attacks are reducing"... and... "the increasing violence in Iraq shows that the enemy is more desperate, and that we are winning"
    I just hope that we aren't winning so much in Iraq,
    that we are in fact losing.

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    Originally posted by gandolf989
    I just hope that we aren't winning so much in Iraq,
    that we are in fact losing.
    Yes. It sounds like spin, but I don't remember Bush being asked any questions on this in the "no spin zone".
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    Don't you ever get tired of listening to yourselves?
    Beating up the same tired topics day after day.
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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Don't you ever get tired of listening to yourselves?
    Beating up the same tired topics day after day.
    No.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Don't you ever get tired of listening to yourselves?
    Beating up the same tired topics day after day.
    Yeah, but if we changed topics we'd be accused of being flip-floppers! Besides, it's so easy to do when you have no answer to the points we raise -- it's just a matter of seeing how many we can raise without an effective rebuttal.

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    The ONLY reason they are calling Bush a flip floper is cause Kerry is the king!!

    I can see hating Bush and not wanting to vote for him (almost) but please do not try to convince me (or bullsh*t yourself) into thinking Kerry is qualified for the job. The guy is a fool.
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