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One way to aleve the pressure on price is to expand the use of liquified natural gas through new terminals.
Dubya once again combines "alleviate" and "relieve" to come up with "aleve" Golden, Colorado, Feb. 21, 2006

See, I have a different philosophy. I'm a compassionate conservative. I think government ought to help people realize their dreams, not tell them how to live their lives.
Except when it comes to family planning and who they can marry, right Dubya? Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 12, 2004

You heard my opponent I talked a little bit a while ago about it he said, oh, he's going to pay for all his programs by taxing the rich. We've heard that kind of rhetoric before. The rich hire lawyers and accountants for a reason to pass the tax bill on to you.
Again, I fail to understand the logic... Since the rich are really good at evading taxes, we should just give up on the idea of trying to tax them any more than we are now? Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 12, 2004

You know, I went to Washington to solve problems, not to pass them on to future Presidents and future generations.
As Dubya ratchets up the campaign rhetoric, I may be coming across as more partisan than average here, but is Dubya forgetting about the largest deficit in American history? I think that may very well affect future Presidents and future generations. Call me crazy. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 12, 2004

As a matter of fact, when we gave [Saddam Hussein] the final chance, he continued to deceive and evade. So I have a choice to make at this point in our history. Do I forget the lessons of September the 11th and take the word of a madman, or do I take action to defend this country?
Is Dubya trying to say that we were betrayed by a madman in the attacks of September 11? I'm confused. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 12, 2004

We spend money on research and development to expand the use of renewables, technologies to help us live different ways at the same lifestyle we're accustomed to.
Sorry, Dubya, that just plain doesn't make sense, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 12, 2004

This is an historic times.
Yes this is... Denver, Colorado, Jun. 1, 2004

We don't measure success based upon our capacity to destroy [the terrorists'] ability to fight war.
The big question, then, is how exactly does Dubya measure success? Denver, Colorado, Sep. 27, 2002

As we work to keep the peace we've also got to work to make America a better place for all of us. I mean every single citizen. That means we've got to have an education system that is next to none.
Or one that is "second to none", maybe, Denver, Colorado, Sep. 27, 2002

I don't need a giant and when I say "I," it's not only me, it's other Presidents don't need a thick book of regulations trying to micromanage the department of homeland security.
Sounds like he serves on a "board of presidents" or something, which would probably be a good idea in his case, Denver, Colorado, Sep. 27, 2002

It's hard for me to explain why we need to make [the tax cuts] permanent. It's kind of some of the things that happen in Washington. On the one hand, they taketh away. On the other hand, they giveth.
He is absolutely right. It is hard for him to explain. Denver, Colorado, Sep. 27, 2002

These are folks that have hijacked a great religion and then take innocent life. And that's a huge difference between America.
If only the grammar was better when he triumphantly boasts about the U.S., Denver, Colorado, Sep. 27, 2002

We're allowing our forests to grow up like giant piles of kindling, and just hoping that something doesn't happen. We're backwards policy.
Denver, Colorado, Sep. 23, 2002

By being active citizens in your church or your synagogue, or for those Muslims, in your mosque, and adhering to the admission to love a neighbor just like you'd like to be loved yourself, that's how we can stand up.
Remarks to the cattle industry annual convention and trade show, Denver, Colorado, Feb. 8, 2002

As a result of hardening the homeland against a bioterrorist attack with first-time responders, our neighborhoods will be ultimately safer for crime.
In addition to a repeat offense usage of "first-time responders", Dubya also inadvertently suggests his policy helps criminals, Denver, Colorado, Feb. 8, 2002

We think that the collective wisdom of those who own their land is a benefit to the nation; that when individuals make proper choices because they own their own property, that all those decisions in a collective way makes better environmental policy, better land use policy than if it was dictated from a central source of people, many of whom have probably never been on the land.
Remarks to the cattle industry annual convention and trade show, Denver, Colorado, Feb. 8, 2002

I understand how risky agriculture can be. It wouldn't be so risky if we could control the weather. That's one of the things we haven't figured out how to do yet. It wouldn't be so risky if we could make it rain all the time. There would be hay to feed the cows. Somehow, that doesn't happen all the time. I know.
He knows. Remarks to the cattle industry annual convention and trade show, Denver, Colorado, Feb. 8, 2002

I'm really proud of my appointment of Gale Norton to the Secretary of the Interior. She is doing a fabulous job.
Denver, Colorado, Aug. 14, 2001

I'm extremely proud of our First Lady. She's doing a fabulous job.
Denver, Colorado, Aug. 14, 2001

One of the interesting initiatives we've taken in Washington, D.C., is we've got these vampire-busting devices. A vampire is a a cell deal you can plug in the wall to charge your cell phone.
Denver, Colorado, Aug. 14, 2001


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