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I tell people, let's don't fear the future, let's shape it.
Dubya offers a grammatically-challenged form of encouragement, Omaha, Nebraska, Jun. 7, 2006

Community colleges are practical. They design curriculum that meets the needs of today's world.
Plurals clash with singulars in a discussion on education, Omaha, Nebraska, Jun. 7, 2006

DUBYA: Mary is with us. Mary Mornin. How are you, Mary?
MS. MORNIN: I'm fine.
DUBYA: Good. Okay, Mary, tell us about yourself.
MS. MORNIN: Okay, I'm a divorced, single mother with three grown, adult children. I have one child, Robbie, who is mentally challenged, and I have two daughters.
. . .
DUBYA: There's a certain comfort to know that the promises made will be kept by the government.
DUBYA: And so thank you for asking that.
You don't have to worry.
MS. MORNIN: That's good, because I work three jobs and I feel like I contribute.
DUBYA: You work three jobs?
MS. MORNIN: Three jobs, yes.
DUBYA: Uniquely American, isn't it? I mean, that is fantastic that you're doin' that. Get any sleep?
Dubya takes pride in the fact that in America, this woman has to work three jobs to stay afloat (By the way, the bit that is crossed out is a bit of conversation that never happened, but ended up in the official White House transcript anyway), Omaha, Nebraska, Feb. 4, 2005

And so today I was down there in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and I was talking to some entrepreneurs and talking to a guy who owned his own garage. I can't remember how long I think he's owned his business for 20 years. He started off with two people. He's now up to maybe a couple of you know, 20 people. Anyway, he's growing.
That Dubya's all about details, ain't he? Omaha, Nebraska, May 12, 2003

And we're still on the hunt. There's still Al Qaeda operatives moving around. And we're going to stay on the hunt until we bring them to justice. ...And so today, as I speak, there are Special Forces teams on the hunt, on the prowl. ...We'll stay on the hunt until we have totally dismantled the Al Qaeda network, to make this world more free.
Somehow he found it necessary to add "on the prowl" on top of "on the hunt", in an already hunt-laded presentation, Omaha, Nebraska, May 12, 2003

Those of us who spent time in the agricultural sector, and in the heartland, we understand how unfair the death penalty is ... er ... the death tax is.
Omaha, Nebraska, Feb. 28, 2001

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