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Dubya Audio (2003)
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America stands for liberty, for the pursuita happiness and for the unalieinalienable right of life.
She's doing a fine job of coordinating interagency. She's doing what her — I mean — it shouldn'a — the, the, the role of the National Security Advisor is to not only provide good advice to the President, which she does on a regular basis — I value her judgment and her intelligence — uhh — but, uhh — her job is also to deal interagency, and to help unstick things that may get stuck — is the best way to put it. She's an unsticker. And — is she listening? Okay, well, she's doing a fine job.
It's in the interest of — uhh — uhh, long-term peace in the world that we — uhh — work for a free and secure and peaceful Iraq. A peeance, freeance secure Iraq in the midst of the Middle East will have enormous historical impact.
DUBYA: That's why we're workin' hard to get more Iraqi policemen. That's why we're workin' hard to build up the Iraqi armed forces. And that's why we're workin' hard with freedom-lovin' Iraqis to — to help ferret these people out before they attack and strike. And, uhh...
DEB (REPORTER): But, sir —
DUBYA: No, that's your question. Randy.
RANDY (REPORTER): Mr. President...
Dubya's terse dismissal of a reporter's attempt to follow up a question, which was completely purged from the official White House transcript. Gee, I wonder why? White House, Oct. 27, 2003
We're, uhh, conscience of, uhh, of uhh, folks flying — and getting lists of people flying into our country and matching them now with a much improved database.
You know, let me let me talk about Al Qaeda just for a second. I — I made the statement that we're dismantling senior management, and we are. Our people have done a really good job of hauling in a lot of the key operators: Khalid Sheik Mohammed, Abu Zubaydah, Ramzi ahh — Ramzi al Shibh, or whatever the guy's name was.
And the other lesson is that there are people who can't stand what America stands for, and desire to conflict great harm on the American people.
I'm guessing that "conflicting harm" must be a lot worse than "inflicting harm", Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jul. 28, 2003
There are some who feel like that, uhh — if they — attack us, that we may decide to leave prematurely. They don't understand what they're talkin' about, if that's the case. Let me finish. Umm, there are some who, uhh — feel like — that, you know, the conditions are such that they can attack us there. My answer is bring 'em on.
First, let me make it very clear, poor people aren't necessarily killers. Just because you happen to be not rich doesn't mean you're willing to kill.
Presenting common sense as if it were something to be noted, but I guess it's a good thing that he knows this, White House, May 19, 2003
DUBYA: You gotta follow-up question?
REPORTER 1: I just want to ask what your message is to the Iraqi people who are wondering about —
DUBYA: You're free. And freedom is beautiful. And, uhh, you know, it'll take time to restore chaos, and order, but we — order out of chaos, but we will. Yeah, John.
REPORTER 2: Sir, given the success of American military...
I'm guessing that freedom is so beautiful that he needed to solicit a follow-up and then cut the reporter off immediately, Washington, D.C., Apr. 13, 2003
On my orders, coalition forces have begin striking selected targets of military importance to undermine Saddam Hussein's ability to wage war.
Second sentence of Dubya's address to the nation informing them that the U.S. had gone to war against Iraq, White House, Mar. 19, 2003
This is a — a regional issue. I say a regional issue because — there's a lot of countries that have got a direct stake into whether or not North Korea has nukyular weapons. We've got a stake as to whether North Korea has a nukyular weapon. China clearly has a stake as to whether or not North Korea has a nukyular weapon. South Korea, of course, has a stake. Japan has got a significant stake as to whether or not North Korea has a nukyular weapon.
Uhh — we are working — hard to bring a diplomatic solution. And uhh — we've made some progress. After all, the IEAE asked that the Security Council take up the North Korean issue.
The White House and every major news outlet completely whitewashed the fact that Dubya called the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) the "IEAE", and he even made a pointed effort to clearly enunciate it, prime time press conference, White House, Mar. 6, 2003
I went down to Mississippi, met a man who had moved to Mississippi to provide health care for some of our most neediest citizens.
The White House has given up trying to get Dubya's language in check. They just pretended that there was a big gap of time between "most" and "neediest" in the official transcript of this speech (to make it appear as if he corrected himself mid-sentence). Washington, D.C., Mar. 4, 2003
This is a — we've got some mighty challenges — to make sure the country is more prosperous and more hopeful, and the world more peaceful. But sin duda, we're gonna achieve what we need to achieve, porque este país es gra — es, es, es, es un gran país, with great values and great hope and great strength.
There is all kinds of estimates about the cost of war.
For years the freedom of our people were really never in doubt.
There was wars on other continents, but we were safe.
Commenting in his typically strained fashion on what America was like before 9/11, Washington, D.C., Feb. 10, 2003
So today I ask you to challenge your listeners to love somebody just like they'd like to be loved themselves, to remind them that one person can make a difference in somebody's life, to encourage them, to mentor, to encourage them to start a ministry, which will find the children of those who are incarsinated and love them.
By which he means "incarcerated", although the White House web site just whitewashed over Dubya's version of the word in the transcript, Nashville, Tennessee, Feb. 10, 2003
Columbia carried in its payroll classroom experim — experiments from some of our — ah — students in America.
Well, all due in modesty, I thought I did a pretty good job myself of making it clear that he's [Saddam Hussein's] not disarming and why he should disarm.
I mentioned early on that I recognize there are hurdles, and we're gonna achieve those hurdles.
All Texans are proud that our state is the home to so many fine military units, including the great 1st Calvary Division.
It's Cavalry Dubya, Cavalry. Calvary is the hill upon which Jesus was crucified. Fort Hood, Texas, Jan. 3, 2003
The Iraqi regime is a threat to any American and to threats who are friends of America.
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