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Quotes - Dubya the Grammarian (2003)
(Choice instances of Dubya's trademark diction)
I really appreciate the hardworking staff — the docs, the nurses, the people who make this fantastic facility operate in a way that makes me pride, and in a way that will make every American proud when they learn your story.
Washington, D.C., Dec. 18, 2003
REPORTER: Did you look back at any precedence of any other president's trips?
DUBYA: There is no precedent in the war on terror. This is the first war of the 21st century, unique in its nature. But I don't know. I guess you all need to do that. I don't know whether or not — I think Lyndon Johnson went as a Vice President, or as President. I don't know.
REPORTER: He was in Asia and he made an unscheduled trip.
DUBYA: Into Vietnam as President?
REPORTER: Eisenhower went to Korea as a —
DUBYA: Franklin Roosevelt went to North Africa, but the front was in Tunisia. I think, but maybe not.
REPORTER: Abraham Lincoln went to Richmond a couple of days after —
DUBYA: He sure did. I got the picture of the White House of the — Lincoln with his generals and Admiral Porter talking about the peace. I think that's what you're talking about.
REPORTER: But he was mobbed by people when he went to — this was a couple of days after he fell.
DUBYA: Right. And he was on a boat outside of Richmond — unfortunately called the "Peacemakers." It had a wonderful rainbow behind he and his generals. That's where he's talking about making sure the peace was fair and generous so that the United States would stay united. And, interestingly enough, the original is in the — upstairs in the Trinity Room in the White House. And it is in the Pentagon, as well, a copy of it, which I found to be very — so I remember going into the Pentagon and — somebody took — But thanks for honoring it.
Showing a shaky grasp of geography and history all at the same time, aboard Air Force One, Nov. 27, 2003
The second pillar of peace and security in our world is the willingness of free nations, when the last resort arrives, to retain aggression and evil by force.
Dubya becomes a proponent for retaining aggression and evil, London, England, Nov. 19, 2003
SIR DAVID FROST: Do you think Ariel Sharon could ever emerge as a man of peace?
DUBYA: Yes, I do.
SIR DAVID: Do you really?
DUBYA: I believe he wants peace for his people — truly do. I mean, you know, look. I mean, he's a man who has presided over suiciders, where he has to go to the funerals of women and children because some cold-blooded killer is trying to destroy the hopes of all the people in the region.
Dubya resurrects his favorite made-up word, suiciders, in interview aired on "BBC Breakfast with Frost", Nov. 16, 2003
Marge [MacDonald] says she's frustrated that Washington has not delivered a prescription drug benefit under Medicare. She says, 'I'm tired of the talk.' This is her words, not mine.
Orlando, Florida, Nov. 13, 2003
The manufacturing sector has been hit, the textile industry has been hit — people have lost work. And yet in other sectors of the economy here in North Carolina are growing.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Nov. 7, 2003
America stands for liberty, for the pursuita happiness and for the unalieinalienable right of life.
America has got some wonderful citizenry who just refuse to be defeated.
Or citizens, maybe? Harbison Canyon, California, Nov. 4, 2003
Please know that some of your citizens hurt. Please help them any way you can. The federal government's response is needed and necessary.... The state's response is needed and necessary.
Not only needed, but also necessary, El Cajon, California, Nov. 4, 2003
You need to have you a governor in the great state of Mississippi who understands what it means to create an environment for job growth, who hurts when he hears people are working, and that man is Haley Barbour.
What makes this even funnier is that they spelled Haley Barbour's name wrong in the quote on the White House web site, Gulfport, Mississippi, Nov. 1, 2003
I bring up — I bring up a preacher because I want to thank all the preachers who are here, the pastors, those who shepherd. One pastor who is not here is my friend Jack Graham from Prestonwood Baptist. I bring that up because social entrepreneurs find out ways to leverage resources in a proper way. And what Tony Evans has done with Pastor Jack Graham, is to start an urban suburban and partnership.
Another mental detour... Dallas, Texas, Oct. 29, 2003
It is dangerous in Iraq because there are some who believe that we're soft, that the will of the United States can be shaken by suiciders — and suiciders who are willing to drive up to a Red Cross center, a center of international help and aid and comfort, and just kill.... The strategy remains the same. The tactics to respond to more suiciders driving cars will alter on the ground.
When Dubya makes up a word, he sure sticks to it, White House, Oct. 28, 2003
And, as you notice, yesterday, one fellow tried to — was done in as a he tried to conduct a suicide mission. In other words, an Iraqi policemen did their job.
Grammar master Dubya at work again, White House, Oct. 28, 2003
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.
There's a lot of things that there's misconceptions. Evidently it's a misconceptions that Americans believe that Muslims are terrorists.
Dubya coming across like he might have already enjoyed a few cocktails, en route to Australia aboard Air Force One, Oct. 22, 2003
The basic tenets of Islam is peace and respect and tolerance. And that's what they wanted to make the point to me, that we are — that's the way we are.
Waxing onward, en route to Australia aboard Air Force One, Oct. 22, 2003
I love the story of America, I love the fact that people who started with nothing and have built a fantastic food processing business.
Yeah, I think I know what he means... Fresno, California, Oct. 14, 2003
You see, the enemies want to create a sense of fear and intrepidation.
Dubya coins another new word, Washington, D.C., Oct. 8, 2003
This is historic times.
Washington, D.C., Oct. 8, 2003
I expressed our nation's condolences at the needless murder of innocent people, by the latest suicider.
Doing his best to make "suicider" part of the English language, Washington, D.C., Oct. 6, 2003
Condi's job, and Condi's team is going to make sure that the efforts are continued to be coordinated.
Or something like that, Washington, D.C., Oct. 6, 2003
In order for this road map, which is a way to get to a peaceful settlement, people have got to assume responsibility.
And assume some portions of this sentence that are missing, Washington, D.C., Oct. 6, 2003
The world is a better place when we got rid of Saddam Hussein.
Time warp grammar on display here, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Oct. 3, 2003
We had a great visit on the plane. There is no air raids on Air Force One, by the way.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Oct. 3, 2003
I've got a Cabinet Secretary de Cuba who is Mel Martinez.
Bilingually turbid in comments commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month, White House, Oct. 2, 2003
There's a lot of Pakistani Americans who are pleased you are here today, sir.
Classic Dubya grammar on display again in comments to the Pakistani Prime Minister, Washington, D.C., Oct. 1, 2003
And a free Iraq in the heart of the Middle East will make it more easy for us to not only secure America and other free nations, but will make it easier for there to be peace in the long run.
Washington, D.C., Sep. 11, 2003
I appreciate Dwight Adams, who is the Director of the FBI Laboratory. He just gave me a fine tour. It's pretty sophisticated facilities.
It's sure are, Quantico, Virginia, Sep. 10, 2003
The government has got to do more than just spend money. We'll spend it, but we've got to effect wise policy, it seems like to me. I mean, how often — we write checks a lot on fire- fighting, and we'll continue to do that. But it seems like to me we ought to put a strategy in place to reduce the amount of money that we have to spend on emergency basis by managing our forests in a better, more commonsensical way.
In case you were wondering, that's how he intentionally chose to phrase it... twice: It seems like to me. Redmond, Oregon, Aug. 21, 2003
We want those objections heard, of course — every citizen needs to hear a voice.
Or something like that, Summerhaven, Arizona, Aug. 11, 2003
See, our job as policy people and members of Congress, have got to fix problems when we see them — they don't ignore problems, they don't hope the problems go away.
Wow. Summerhaven, Arizona, Aug. 11, 2003
Any skeptic about what I'm talking about ought to come and talk to the people who know what they're talking about.
Summerhaven, Arizona, Aug. 11, 2003
The Palestinians, the people in the neighborhood must deal with terror, must rout out those who would like to destroy the process. The [Israeli] fence, by the way, is a reaction to days when there were terror.
Crawford, Texas, Aug. 8, 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.
There's no need for any unrestrained yelling.
As opposed to restrained yelling? White House, Jul. 30, 2003
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 students, who go to school that are letting them down every day, and don't seem to improve.
Kind of like the way Dubya's diction never improves, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jul. 28, 2003
Like Prime Minister Abbas, Prime Minister Sharon is demonstrating that he's a partner committed to reaching a peace settlement. I welcome these announcements from Israel. And I look forward to seeing Prime Minister Sharon on his visit to Washington next week. Together, these leaders can bring a bright future to both their people.
There he goes again, White House, Jul. 25, 2003
I like to talk about if you're a mother or a dad, reminding people you're responsible for loving your child, and really making sure your child understands the difference between right and wrong and what it means to make right choices in life if you're involved, if you're worried about your public school system.
Witness the shifting pronoun references and try to put the puzzle back together, Dallas, Texas, Jul. 18, 2003
In 2000, alone, obesity costs totaled the country an estimated cost of $117 billion.
At least he didn't say "costed", right? Dallas, Texas, Jul. 18, 2003
And so our job of the Council, and me and others, the governors, the mayors, hopefully, is to focus on these four guidelines.
Or something like that, Dallas, Texas, Jul. 18, 2003
That's the basic principles of the faith-based initiative which you've heard a lot about.
And that's also a sterling example of Dubya's inability to sort out plurals from singulars, Washington, D.C., Jul. 16, 2003
Look, I fully understand the issue, the frustration some face. And it's a frustration based upon a long practice here at the federal level, and that is there's no place for faith-based programs and trying to help people in need. And therefore, we'll discriminate, shove out of the way, not deal with, make it hard for, create barriers to entry.
Discussing faith-based initiatives, and displaying some serious grammatical freestyling, Washington, D.C., Jul. 16, 2003
So one of the things we've done here in the White House to deal with this issue is we've started — and Jim Towey is — we've got an office dedicated, by the way, to this faith-based initiative.
Wow. Washington, D.C., Jul. 16, 2003
There's a lot of initiatives around from the faith-based program that track the child who needs to be mentored. And the best place to find mentors, of course, is you can find them every Sunday.
Dubya's diction remaining consistently disheveled in his discussion of faith-based initiatives, Washington, D.C., Jul. 16, 2003
We've got to make sure there is more affordable homes.
Washington, D.C., Jul. 16, 2003
It makes it awfully hard for a society to function that is at war with itself, as you know.
I do know, Dubya, I do... Washington, D.C., Jul. 16, 2003
We believe that the relationship between America and Africa will benefit both our people.
Wow, it'll benefit two whole people. That's a lot. Abuja, Nigeria, Jul. 12, 2003
I will continue to speak as clearly as I can that an attack on the Iraqi infrastructure by the Baathist is an attack on the Iraqi people. And it's those Iraqis are causing the continued suffering, where there's suffering in Iraq.
Dubya exhibiting his penchant for mixing up his singulars and plurals, as well as for dropping entire words that make sentences grammatically correct, Abuja, Nigeria, Jul. 12, 2003
A free, peaceful Zimbabwe has got the capacity to deliver a lot of goods and services which are needed on this continent in order to help aleve suffering.
Confusing "alleviate" with "Aleve" brand pain reliever, Pretoria, South Africa, Jul. 9, 2003
And, anyway, no, listen, let me speak specifically to Nigeria. I have got good relations with President Obasanjo. Every time we have visited it has been a very cordial, up-front way.
Washington, D.C., Jul. 3, 2003
There's more than two principles at large. There are terrorists who are — still have designs are destabilizing the Pakistan government, and are destroying innocent life.
Trying to spit it out, and leaving behind some wreckage in the process, Camp David, Maryland, Jun. 24, 2003
We have faced challenge in this nation.
And we have conquered thems, too, Fridley, Minnesota, Jun. 19, 2003
The other issue regarding health care is whether or not health care is affordable and available. And one reason it's not in certain communities is because there is too many lawsuits.
Fridley, Minnesota, Jun. 19, 2003
And if you're interested in serving, just go to USA Freedom Corps on the computer, throw it up on the Internet and there's all kinds of ways for you to serve our nation. No, this country is militarily strong, but our true strength is the heart of our fellow citizens.
Poor phraseology abounds in this passage, including the dubious insertion of "No", an old classic, Fridley, Minnesota, Jun. 19, 2003
We are in the process of helping them implement a strategy which is was described to us in Aqaba as to how the Palestinian Authority want to reconstitute a security force in order to make sure the terrorists, the haters of peace, those who can't stand freedom do not have their way in the Middle East.
If that made sense to you, let me know, Kennebunkport, Maine, Jun. 15, 2003
I think that freedom is a powerful incentive. And I am — I believe that someday freedom will prevail everywhere, because freedom is a powerful drive for people to — and it's the beginnings of people expressing themselves toward a free Iran, which I think is positive.
Well, at least he got the word 'freedom' in three times, Kennebunkport, Maine, Jun. 15, 2003
Wait for us to succeed peace. Wait for us to have two states, side by side — is for everybody coming together to deny the killers the opportunity to destroy.
About as disjointed as it gets, Kennebunkport, Maine, Jun. 15, 2003
It is clear there are people in the Middle East who hate peace, people who want to kill in order to make sure that the desires of Israel to live in secure and peace don't happen, who kill to make sure the desires of the Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority and others of a peaceful state, living side-by-side with Israel, do not happen.
Despite Dubya's assertion to the contrary, the desires of Israel are happening. They may not be realized, but the process of them having desires is still happening... Chicago, Illinois, Jun. 11, 2003
Listen, I recognize there's going to be extremes, particularly in the Palestinian territories, that want to blow up peace.
Or extremists, even, Washington, D.C., Jun. 9, 2003
Israel must make sure there's a continuous territory that the Palestinians can call home.
The White House later noted in their transcript that he meant to say 'contiguous', Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, Jun. 3, 2003
On the threat from North Korea's nukyular program, the Prime Minister and I see the problem exactly the same way. We will not tolerate nukyular weapons in North Korea. ...We will not settle for anything less than the complete, verifiable, and irreversible elimination of North Korea's nukyular weapons program. ...At talks held in Beijing last month, China called on North Korea to renounce nukyular weapons... The issue of North Korea's nukyular weapons is a grave challenge to entire world. We will not at all tolerate the possession, the development or the transfer of nukyular weapons by North Korea. North Korea must promptly and completely dismantle all nukyular weapons development programs in a verifiable manner. ...It is extremely important for Japan to comprehensively resolve the various issues, including nukyular weapons. ...Acceptance by the international community and potential help will come when [the North Koreans] change their behavior and their attitude toward nukyular weapons. ...Then we will have the Japanese and South Koreans join the dialogue so that there's now five of us sitting around the table, all discussing how to see that the Korean Peninsula is nukyular-weapons-free. ... And the importance of this meeting today should say to the world that Japan and the United States stand shoulder-to-shoulder on the issue of North Korea's nukyular weaponry.
This one is self-explanatory, Crawford, Texas, May 23, 2003
Al Qaeda is a group of people that they don't care about taking innocent life.
Educating the media pool, Pierce City, Missouri, May 13, 2003
Anytime anybody attacks our homeland, anybody — anytime anybody attacks our fellow citizens, we'll be on the hunt, and we'll find them, and they will be brought to justice.
Does he mean we'll already be on a sort of pre-emptive hunt at the time of the attack? Indianapolis, Indiana, May 13, 2003
I know there's people hurting here in Silicon Valley.
He's still doing this, Santa Clara, California, May 2, 2003
Overwhelmingly, yet carefully targeted, air strikes left entire enemy divisions without armor and without organization.
Explaining military stuff, St. Louis, Missouri, Apr. 26, 2003
Work is not done. There's still dangers and challenges to remain.
Having a hard time grammatically, Lima, Ohio, Apr. 24, 2003
There is such hope here in Northern Ireland that the past can be broken.
There's nothing quite like breaking the past, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Apr. 8, 2003
People across this country are praying. They are praying that they hope those families and loved ones will find comfort and grace in their sorrow.
Tampa, Florida, Mar. 26, 2003
Maybe between the time I left Camp David and here I'll learn more.
Past and present tense battling it out in Dubya's mind, Camp David, Maryland, Mar. 23, 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
Hopefully, this [disarmament] can be done peacefully. Hopefully, that as a result of the pressure that we have placed — and others have placed — that Saddam will disarm and/or leave the country.
Lots of unnecessary uses of "that" here, prime time press conference, White House, Mar. 6, 2003
I believe Saddam Hussein is a threat to the American people. I believe he's a threat to the neighborhood in which he lives. And I've got a good evidence to believe that.
Prime time press conference, White House, Mar. 6, 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.
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
There's strong signals that this economy will improve.
There's = There is. We've been down this road before, Dubya. White House, Feb. 27, 2003
There is all kinds of estimates about the cost of war.
[Saddam Hussein] could care less about human condition inside of Iraq.
Dubya replaces the correct phrasing ("couldn't care less") with the incorrect ("could care less"), although many people suffer from this affliction, Washington, D.C., Feb. 25, 2003
I know there's a lot of young ladies who are growing up wondering whether or not they can be champs. And they see the championship teams from USC and University of Portland here, girls who worked hard to get to where they are, and they're wondering about the example they're setting. What is life choices about?
Becoming bogged down in conflicting pronoun references, meeting with NCAA fall champions, White House, Feb. 24, 2003
The war on terror is recognizing that weapons of mass destruction, in the hands of brutal dictators, also threatens the American people.
Experiencing another subject-verb mismatch here, Washington, D.C., Feb. 24, 2003
Saddam Hussein's refusal to comply with the demands of the civilized world is a threat to peace, and it's a threat to stability. ...It's a threat to the security of peace-leaving — peace-loving people everywhere.
Even though he corrected himself, the mistake is still funny, Washington, D.C., Feb. 24, 2003
This is a chance for the Security Council to show its relevance. And I believe the Security Council, will show its revalence — relevance.
Press conference with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, Crawford, Texas, Feb. 22, 2003
And I think unless the United Nations shows some backbone and courage, it will render the — it could render the Security Council irrelevant. And that's a danger, in dealing with the new threats that the civilized world faces. We face terrorism, we face the idea of people having nukyular arms.
I wish Dubya would show some backbone and courage and admit he's been mispronouncing the word "nuclear" all his life, Washington, D.C., Feb. 18, 2003
As I said, a second resolution would be useful. We don't need a second resolution. It's clear this guy [Saddam Hussein] could even care less about the first resolution.
If he could "even care less" about the first resolution, it means at this point he cares about it to some extent, which I think is the opposite of what Dubya's trying to say, Washington, D.C., Feb. 18, 2003
For years the freedom of our people were really never in doubt.
Yes, I think it's important for our fellow citizens to know that there are ways for government to incent people to invest.
Dubya makes up another new word, Jacksonville, Florida, Feb. 13, 2003
The American people is this country's greatest asset.
Yes they is, Dubya, yes they is, Alexandria, Virginia, Feb. 12, 2003
As I said in my State of the Union, liberty is not America's gift to the world. It is God's gift to human mankind, and that's what I believe.
Alexandria, Virginia, Feb. 12, 2003
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
We face a continuing threat of terrorist networks that hate the very thought of people being able to live in freedom. They hate the thought of the fact that in this great country, we can worship the Almighty God the way we see fit. And what probably makes him even angrier is we're not going to change.
Does "him" stand for the Almighty God or the terrorist networks? Nashville, Tennessee, Feb. 10, 2003
I want to thank you, Sherry Jean, for representing all the decent people, whether they be foster moms or dads — and by the way, being a foster parent is an incredibly important part of our society — or whether being a mentor, or whether being somebody volunteering their time for after-school programs to help save lives, particularly lives of our children.
Nashville, Tennessee, Feb. 10, 2003
And while we grieve the loss of these astronauts, the cause of which they died will continue, America's journey into space will go on.
Speaking at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, Feb. 3, 2003
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.
There's a — some of the greatest programs, initiatives come out of our faith-based programs or faith-based churches or synagogues or mosques.
As opposed to non-faith-based churches, Washington, D.C., Jan. 30, 2003
The war on terror involves Saddam Hussein because of the nature of Saddam Hussein, the history of Saddam Hussein and his willingness to terrorize himself.
Sloppy wording makes Dubya look silly again, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Jan. 29, 2003
I like to remind people, medicine has changed, and Medicare hadn't.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, Jan. 29, 2003
Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress, distinguished citizens and fellow citizens.
Screwing up in the first sentence of his State of the Union Address, Washington, D.C., Jan. 28, 2003
Today, the gravest danger in the war on terror, the gravest danger facing America and the world, is outlaw regimes that seek and possess nukyular, chemical, and biological weapons.... We're strongly supporting the International Atomic Energy Agency in its mission to track and control nukyular materials around the world. We're working with other governments to secure nukyular materials in the former Soviet Union... Throughout the 1990s, the United States relied on a negotiated framework to keep North Korea from gaining nukyular weapons.... And today the North Korean regime is using its nukyular program to incite fear and seek concessions.... America is working with the countries of the region... to find a peaceful solution, and to show the North Korean government that nukyular weapons will bring only isolation, economic stagnation, and continued hardship. The North Korean regime will find respect in the world and revival for its people only when it turns away from its nukyular ambitions.... [Saddam Hussein] pursued chemical, biological, and nukyular weapons, even while inspectors were in his country.... The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed in the 1990s that Saddam Hussein had an advanced nukyular weapons development program, had a design for a nukyular weapon and was working on five different methods of enriching uranium for a bomb.... Our intelligence sources tell us that he has attempted to purchase high-strength aluminum tubes suitable for nukyular weapons production.... With nukyular arms or a full arsenal of chemical and biological weapons, Saddam Hussein could resume his ambitions of conquest in the Middle East.
Dubya offering up example after example (12 in all) of how to incorrectly pronounce the word "nuclear", State of the Union Address, Jan. 28, 2003
I mentioned early on that I recognize there are hurdles, and we're gonna achieve those hurdles.
Small business owners like Joe may have problems passing their business off to a child or somebody they choose to pass their business off of.
Trying to make his case for eliminating the estate tax, in a grammatically troubled fashion, St. Louis, Missouri, Jan. 22, 2003
Many of the punditry — of course, not you — but other punditry were quick to say, no one is going to follow the United States of America.
To a reporter (or "a punditry"), Washington, D.C., Jan. 21, 2003
This government of yours must welcome faith, not discriminate faith, as we deal with the future of this great country.
Making a mess on Martin Luther King Day, Landover, Maryland, Jan. 20, 2003
There was a good news story in Mississippi. I went down there and — it wasn't because of me, it was because the doctors and the citizens understand the cost of a trial system gone array and they got themselves a law. And they got a medical liability law. They put caps, real caps.
Offering up his version of "gone awry" for us to enjoy, Scranton, Pennsylvania, Jan. 16, 2003
And we also know that when somebody is looking for work who wants to work means we've got to continue to try to stimulate job growth.
A little front-end/back-end grammatical difficulty erupting here, Washington, D.C., Jan. 6, 2003
The Iraqi regime is a threat to any American and to threats who are friends of America.
And should the United States be compelled to act, our troops will be acting in the finest traditions of America, should we be forced to act.
Fort Hood, Texas, Jan. 3, 2003
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