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But the challenger has more to offer than the fact that he is not George W.
The arrests have continued, but eventually the Administration simply stopped saying how many people were and are being held.
Their avowals of good faith would be more reassuring if their record were not otherwise so troubling.
Bush of mismanaging the war in Iraq after a former top aide said the U.
We prefer to ask which candidate is better suited to the governance of our nation. Some of the reaction to that law has been excessive. But the challenger has more to offer than the fact that he is not George W. But this election is anything but ordinary.
Opium production has increased fortyfold. But the challenger has more to offer than the fact that he is not George W. Jobs, health care, education, and the rest may not count for much when weighed against the prospect of large-scale terrorist attack. Bush poses in his Texas Air National Guard uniform in this undated file photo.
His leadership, with John McCain, of the bipartisan effort to put to rest the toxic debate over Vietnam-era P. His leadership, with John McCain, of the bipartisan effort to put to rest the toxic debate over Vietnam-era P.
Al Gore won the popular vote, so we were kinda wrong.
Since it is official policy not to deport terrorism suspects, it is unclear what legitimate anti-terror purpose these secret hearings serve.
Patriot Act through a compliant Congress. Some animated shows on the cable channel also have been focusing on the election. The first two of these assumptions have been shown to be entirely baseless. About others there are legitimate concerns. The toll of Iraqi dead and wounded is of an order of magnitude greater than the American. Paul Bremer, the former administrator for Iraq, said in a speech this week that the U. Throughout his entire life Bush has gladly watched others go off to war for him, first in Vietnam and now in Iraq.
But the challenger has more to offer than the fact that he is not George W.
We prefer to ask which candidate is better suited to the governance of our nation. More recently, the Administration proposed new rules that would significantly weaken controls on mercury emissions from power plants.
In a second Bush term, the Court could be remade in their images. As observers, reporters, and commentators we will hold him to the highest standards of honesty and performance. About others there are legitimate concerns.
Since it is official policy not to deport terrorism suspects, it is unclear what legitimate anti-terror purpose these secret hearings serve. That insistence is a measure of his character. But when his foes sought to destroy him rather than to debate him they found no scandals and no evidence of bad faith in his past.
In a time of primitive partisanship, he has exhibited a fundamentally undogmatic temperament.
American military deaths have mounted to more than a thousand, a number that underplays the real level of suffering: among the eight thousand wounded are many who have been left seriously maimed.
The Taliban has regrouped in eastern and southern regions. About others there are legitimate concerns. Before this war, we had persuaded ourselves and the world that our military might was effectively infinite. Before this war, we had persuaded ourselves and the world that our military might was effectively infinite.
Since it is official policy not to deport terrorism suspects, it is unclear what legitimate anti-terror purpose these secret hearings serve. Bush has said more than once that Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas are his favorite justices. 

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