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And, yes, I DO take it personally: The campaign satellite tour, circa 1992
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Monday, January 14, 2008

The campaign satellite tour, circa 1992

barbara bush and the big dog...

from brasscheck tv...

Behind the scenes from Propaganda USA Inc.

Footage you weren't supposed to see.

Politicians at work. Mama Bush pimping for George Sr.

Plus a Bill Clinton bonus.

btw, the big dog walked through a flood-damaged neighborhood near here in fernley yesterday, since he happened to be in the area, stumping for hillary... i don't like the man and i don't trust him as far as i can throw him, but, credit where credit is due... it was a demonstration of personal connection and compassion that i seriously believe george bush is incapable of...
Beneath a bone-chilling fog, former President Clinton wandered the muddy streets of Fernley on Sunday afternoon, surveying the damage from the Jan. 5 levee break.

It was a brief stop on the road between campaign rallies for his wife, U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton. But his mood reflected the grimness of the disaster scene before him.

With a stiff jaw, he scraped the muck from his boots before walking into the ruined home of Susan Camp.

"Sir, you don't have to wipe your feet," her son, Brad, said as the former president stood in the doorway.

"Of course I do," Clinton answered.


"I wanted to see the damage and express my support," Clinton said. "Disaster management response is one of the most important things a government can do. If you do it well, people feel that they are a part of our country--wherever they live, whatever the politics are, whatever the income is.

"And if you don't, people feel profoundly let down."

you don't think he had any particular thing in mind when he said that, do ya...? nah...

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