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Quotes - This Day in Dubya History (July 30)
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There are 15 quotes on this date.
DUBYA: Next time you should cover your bald head.
NICK ROBINSON (BBC): I didn't known you cared.
DUBYA: I don't.
Dubya takes the high road with a BBC reporter in his first joint press appearance with new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Camp David, Maryland, Jul. 30, 2007
DUBYA: Rutenberg, today's your birthday? How old are you?
JIM RUTENBERG (NEW YORK TIMES): Thirty-eight.
PRIME MINISTER BROWN: My goodness.
DUBYA: Here you are — amazing country, Gordon, guy is under 40 years old, asking me and you questions. It's a beautiful sight.
RUTENBERG: Forty is the new 30, Mr. President.
DUBYA: It's a beautiful sight.
BROWN: Six in my cabinet are under 40.
DUBYA: Are they? You must be feeling damn old, then.
Dubya unleashes another diplomatic salvo, Camp David, Maryland, Jul. 30, 2007
I think it's very important for us to make it clear to those who are in harm's way that these missions will be driven not by local politics but by conditions on the ground, because success in Afghanistan and Iraq will be an integral part of defeating an enemy and helping people realize the great blessings of liberty as the alternative to an ideology of darkness that spreads its murder to achieve its objectives.
Dubya... making it clear... Camp David, Maryland, Jul. 30, 2007
There are still setbacks, obviously. We've got these suiciders that are trying to foment sectarian violence.
Suiciders make another appearance, Camp David, Maryland, Jul. 30, 2007
There will be big differences in this campaign. They're going to raise your taxes, we're not.
Gross oversimplification (prevarication?) at its finest, Springfield, Missouri, Jul. 30, 2004
When it comes to improving America's public schools, we are turning the corner and we are not turning back. ...When it comes to giving Americans more choices about their own health care and making health care more affordable, we are turning the corner and we're not turning back. ...When it comes to fighting the threats of our world and spreading peace, we're turning the corner and we're not turning back. ...We are turning the corner toward a more peaceful world that we long for, and we're not turning back. ...When it comes to better protecting America, we're turning the corner, and we're not turning back. ...We've done a lot of hard work together. We're turning the corner.
Over the course of several minutes, Dubya provides a textbook demonstration of being "on message", Grand Rapids, Michigan, Jul. 30, 2004
My point of view, however, since I'm in charge of fighting the war on terror is that we won't reveal sources and methods that will compromise our efforts to succeed.
Accidentally proposing to hide ineffective sources and methods, White House, Jul. 30, 2003
REPORTER: Mr. President, with no opponent, how can you spend $170 million or more on your primary campaign?
DUBYA: Just watch.
There's nothing like having money to burn, White House, Jul. 30, 2003
Dr. Condoleezza Rice is an honest, fabulous person. And America is lucky to have her service. Period.
White House, Jul. 30, 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
My first concern, Dick, was for those folks who couldn't find a job. And I addressed unemployment and addressed economic stagnancy with a tax cut that affected growth — or the lack of growth — in a positive way. And I'm optimistic about our economy. But I'm not going to stop working until people can find a job who are looking for work. ...Listen, thank you all very much for giving me a chance to come and answer some of your questions. For those of you who are traveling to Crawford, gosh, did you luck out. And we look forward to seeing you there.
Shortly after which Dubya left Washington for a 35-day vacation, White House, Jul. 30, 2003
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.
Of course, it's important that the — that Saddam's sons were brought to justice.
In Dubya's world, it appears that summarily executing the bad guys is "justice", White House, Jul. 30, 2003
I am mindful that we're all sinners, and I caution those who may try to take the speck out of their neighbor's eye when they got a log in their own. I think it's very important for our society to respect each individual, to welcome those with good hearts, to be a welcoming country. On the other hand, that does not mean that somebody like me needs to compromise on an issue such as marriage.
Having it both ways over the span of a mere three sentences, White House, Jul. 30, 2003
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