Quotes - This Day in Dubya History (June 26)
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We pray that America will strengthen those who serve nuestros hermanos y hermanas in need. We pray for the continued success of faith-based and community groups like Esperanza all aiming to transfer our great country one heart, one soul, one conscience at a time. I was proud to hear of the work of Esperanza in Philadelphia. I've known Esperanza for ochos aņos.
Dubya engages in some free-form Spanish-English speaking, but drops the ball on the English part... Washington, D.C., Jun. 26, 2008

Where we see people suffer from forms of government that create hopelessness, or disease and hunger, and mosquito bites, that deny people a hopeful life, the United States must act under the theory, under the principle that to whom much is given, much is required.
I'd like to hear Dubya explain how governments create mosquito bites, Washington, D.C., Jun. 26, 2008

Organizations like yours have shown the ability to save and change lives. And in your mercies of love and mercy, you must always have a strong and reliable partner in government.
Mercies of mercy... Washington, D.C., Jun. 26, 2008

I know there are serious obstacles to overcome. Introducing democracy is hard in any society. ...[Liberian] President Taylor needs to step down so that his country can be spared further bloodshed.
Introducing democracy is even harder when the leader of the world's most famous democracy asks the democratically-elected (although admittedly detestable) leader of Liberia to step down from his job, Washington, D.C., Jun. 26, 2003

The Prime Minister has shown a lot of patience in the midst of a lot of in the midst of casualty.
A puzzling turn of phrase regarding Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon... White House, Jun. 26, 2001

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