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"In my line of work you gotta keep repeating things over and over and over again for the truth to sink in, to kinda catapult the propaganda." - Dubya, May 24, 2005

Dubya Hates Massachusetts
This repeat offense features Dubya making Kerry-bashing, liberal-bashing comments with Massachusetts as the punchline. I guess this brand of "humor" plays well in some parts of the country. You'll also notice Dubya's insatiable desire to let you know he's talking about "trillion with a T".

  1. My opponent now has a running mate. I look forward to a spirited debate. Senator Kerry is rated as the most liberal member of the Senate, and he chose a fellow lawyer who is the fourth most liberal member of the Senate. Back in Massachusetts, that's what they call balancing the ticket. (Jul. 19, 2004)
  2. I'm running against a fellow who has promised over 2 trillion dollars of new spending so far. Yes. And we're just coming down the stretch. By the way, 2 trillion dollars is a lot of money to promise, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 3, 2004)
  3. We have a difference of opinion in this campaign. I'm running against a fellow who has already promised over 2 trillion dollars of new federal programs if he's elected. That's a lot. That's a lot, even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 4, 2004)
  4. Today, we're going to talk about a difference of opinion. It starts with you know, what would you expect from a Senator from Massachusetts? That's what you would expect a government take-over of health care with an enormous price tag. (Sep. 13, 2004)
  5. Today, there's an independent study out that says his health care plan today would cost taxpayers 1.5 trillion new dollars. That's just the kind of plan you would expect from a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 13, 2004)
  6. [John Kerry has] laid out a massive, complicated blueprint to have government control your health care. As a matter of fact, they took a look at his plan. They said it's going to cost 1.5 trillion dollars in new government spending. That's what you'd expect from a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 13, 2004)
  7. They estimated the cost of his plan yesterday at 1.5 trillion new dollars. And that's a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 14, 2004)
  8. This week an independent group estimated the cost of Senator Kerry's plan would be 1.5 trillion dollars that's trillion with a T. And that's big even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 16, 2004)
  9. My opponent's plan is a massive, big-government plan. And you can tell it is, because it costs a lot 1.5 trillion dollars, with a T, and that's a lot even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 16, 2004)
  10. My opponent's plan is a massive, big government plan. And you can tell by the size of the price tag it's massive and it's big. They estimated the cost of his health care plan to be 1.5 trillion dollars. That's with a T. And that's a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 17, 2004)
  11. And taxes are an issue in this campaign, make no mistake about it. I'm running against a fellow who's promised over 2.2 trillion dollars new dollars of federal spending so far, and that's a lot even for a guy from Massachusetts. (Sep. 20, 2004)
  12. My opponent thus far has proposed 2.2 trillion dollars in new spending, and we've still got a month to go 2.2 trillion dollars, that's a lot even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 22, 2004)
  13. I'm running against a fellow who has promised 2.2 trillion dollars of new federal spending so far. That 2.2 trillion dollars is a lot even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 22, 2004)
  14. The fellow I'm running against has proposed 2.2 trillion dollars in new federal spending so far. And we still got October to go. Two trillion dollars is a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 23, 2004)
  15. The fellow I'm running against has promised 2.2 trillion dollars in new federal spending so far. I say, so far, because we still got October to go. Two-point-two trillion dollars is a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 24, 2004)
  16. I'm running against a fellow who has proposed 2.2 trillion dollars in new federal spending, so far. Imagine what's going to happen when we get to October. Two point two trillion, that's a lot of money, even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 27, 2004)
  17. The fellow I'm running against has proposed 2.2 trillion dollars in new federal spending so far. We still got October to go. Three debates in October. So they said, how are you going to pay for all that money? And by the way, 2.2 trillion dollars is a lot, particularly for or even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Sep. 27, 2004)
  18. I want to thank Brian Golden, who's a Democrats for Bush member from Massachusetts. I am honored you're here, Brian. Thank you for coming. ...I'm running against a fellow who lived right south from here. He's so far promised 2.2 trillion dollars in new spending. That's a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 1, 2004)
  19. Taxes are an issue in this campaign. I'm running against a fellow who has promised at least 2.2 trillion dollars in new spending. So far. Just getting into October. Two-point-two trillion is a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 1, 2004)
  20. Senator Kerry has spent almost 20 years in the federal government, and he's concluded that it just isn't big enough. On the campaign trail, he has proposed more than 2 trillion dollars in new federal spending so far. And that's a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 2, 2004)
  21. Taxes are an issue in this campaign. I'll tell you why. The fellow I'm running against has so far proposed 2.2 trillion dollars in new spending. Yes. No, I know. That's a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 2, 2004)
  22. My opponent has, so far, proposed 2.2 trillion dollars of new federal spending that's with a T. That's a lot, even for somebody from Massachusetts. (Oct. 2, 2004)
  23. My opponent is one of the few candidates in history to campaign on a pledge to raise taxes. That's the kind of pledge a politician from Massachusetts usually keeps. (Oct. 6, 2004)
  24. In this campaign he's announced more than 2 trillion dollars in new spending. And that's a lot of money, even for somebody from Massachusetts. (Oct. 6, 2004)
  25. My opponent is one of the few candidates in history to campaign on a pledge to raise taxes. And that's the kind of promise a politician from Massachusetts usually keeps. (Oct. 6, 2004)
  26. Senator Kerry has announced more than 2 trillion dollars in new spending. And that's a lot of money even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 6, 2004)
  27. He talks about pay-go I'll tell you what pay-go means when you're a senator from Massachusetts, when you're a colleague of Ted Kennedy pay-go means you pay and he goes ahead and spends. (Oct. 14, 2004)
  28. Only a liberal senator from Massachusetts would say that a 49 percent increase in funding for education was not enough. (Oct. 14, 2004)
  29. In 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts, he's built up quite a record of a Senator from Massachusetts. He's voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 14, 2004)
  30. [John Kerry's] spending promises will cost about four times that much, more than 2.2 trillion dollars. That's with a T. That's a lot even for somebody from Massachusetts. (Oct. 14, 2004)
  31. To create jobs, we've got to be wise about how we spend your money and keep your taxes low. My opponent has his own history on the economy 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts, he's built a record of a Senator from Massachusetts. He voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 14, 2004)
  32. In 20 years as a senator from Massachusetts, he has built the record of a senator from Massachusetts. He has voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 15, 2004)
  33. My opponent has his own history on the economy. In 20 years as a senator from Massachusetts, he's built the record of a senator from Massachusetts. He has voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 15, 2004)
  34. My opponent has his own history on the economy. In 20 years as a senator from Massachusetts, he's built the record of a senator from Massachusetts. He's voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 15, 2004)
  35. In 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts, he's built a record of a Senator from Massachusetts. He has voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 16, 2004)
  36. To create jobs, we've got to be wise about how we spend your money and keep your taxes low. My opponent has his own history on the economy. In 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts, he's built up a record of a Senator from Massachusetts. He's voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 16, 2004)
  37. In 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts, he has built a record of a Senator from Massachusetts. He's voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 19, 2004)
  38. My opponent has his own history on the economy. In 20 years as a senator from Massachusetts, he has built the record of a senator from Massachusetts. He voted for higher taxes 98 times in his 20 years. (Oct. 19, 2004)
  39. In 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts he's built the record of a Senator from Massachusetts. He voted to increase taxes 98 times in his 20 years that's about five times a year. (Oct. 19, 2004)
  40. Now, my opponent has his own history on the economy. In 20 years as a Senator from Massachusetts, he has built a record of a senator from Massachusetts. He has voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 20, 2004)
  41. See, I'm running against a fellow who has promised 2.2 trillion dollars worth of new spending. That's a lot. That's with a T. That's a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 20, 2004)
  42. Yes. In 20 years as a senator from Massachusetts, he's built a record of a senator from Massachusetts. He's voted he has voted to raise taxes 98 times. (Oct. 21, 2004)
  43. During this campaign, [John Kerry has] also made a lot of big, expensive promises. He's promised about 2.2 trillion dollars of new federal spending. That's with a T trillion with a T. That's a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 23, 2004)
  44. [John Kerry] voted 10 times to raise taxes on gasoline as a United States Senator. And all told, during his 20 years in the Senate, he voted 98 times to raise taxes. Think about it. It's about five times a year he's voted to raise taxes. When a Senator does something that often, he must really enjoy it. And that's a warning. That's a predictable pattern. During the campaign, he's made a lot of big, expensive promises. He's promised about 2.2 trillion dollars of new spending. That's with a T. That's a lot even for a Senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 23, 2004)
  45. [John Kerry] said "I'm going to spend 2.2 trillion dollars new money" when you add up all his promises. He doesn't really want to clarify that. That's 2.2 trillion with a T. That's a lot. That is a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 28, 2004)
  46. During the campaign, [John Kerry has] promised a lot of new spending, 2.2 trillion dollars of new spending. That's trillion with a T. That's a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 28, 2004)
  47. [John Kerry] promised 2.2 trillion dollars in new federal spending that's trillion with a T. That's a lot even for a senator from Massachusetts. (Oct. 31, 2004)
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