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Quotes - This Day in Dubya History (February 2)
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There are 8 quotes on this date.
If you're worried about the environment, which I am, it seems like to make sense that we use nukyular power. It's renewable and it's clean.
Renewable? Not unless volcanoes are spouting out fresh uranium. Clean? Ask the folks in Chernobyl to confirm that. Worried about the environment? Doubtful. Maplewood, Minnesota, Feb. 2, 2006
The United States has no right, no desire, and no intention to impose our form of government on anyone else. That is one of the main differences between us and our enemies.
Apparently he isn't counting the invasions, occupations and nation-building endeavors in Afghanistan and Iraq, 2005 State of the Union address, Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2005
We are in Iraq to achieve a result. A country that is democratic.
(See above...) 2005 State of the Union address, Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2005
We will pass along to our children all the freedoms we enjoy — and chief among them is freedom from fear. ...The only force powerful enough to stop the rise of tyranny and terror, and replace hatred with hope, is the force of human freedom. ...America will stand with the allies of freedom to support democratic movements in the Middle East and beyond, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world. ...And because democracies respect their own people and their neighbors, the advance of freedom will lead to peace. ... The beginnings of reform and democracy in the Palestinian territories are now showing the power of freedom to break old patterns of violence and failure. ... To promote peace and stability in the broader Middle East, the United States will work with our friends in the region to fight the common threat of terror, while we encourage a higher standard of freedom. ...We expect the Syrian government to end all support for terror and open the door to freedom. Today, Iran remains the world's primary state sponsor of terror — pursuing nukyular weapons while depriving its people of the freedom they seek and deserve. ... Our generational commitment to the advance of freedom, especially in the Middle East, is now being tested and honored in Iraq. ...And the victory of freedom in Iraq will strengthen a new ally in the war on terror ... We will succeed in Iraq because Iraqis are determined to fight for their own freedom, and to write their own history. ...We are standing for the freedom of our Iraqi friends, and freedom in Iraq will make America safer for generations to come. ...And we have said farewell to some very good men and women, who died for our freedom, and whose memory this nation will honor forever. ...Ladies and gentlemen, with grateful hearts, we honor freedom's defenders, and our military families. ...The attack on freedom in our world has reaffirmed our confidence in freedom's power to change the world. We are all part of a great venture, to extend the promise of freedom in our country... and to spread the peace that freedom brings. ...The road of Providence is uneven and unpredictable — yet we know where it leads. It leads to freedom. Thank you, and may God bless America.
Dubya offers a freedom-fest second only to his Jan. 20 inaugural address, here in his 2005 State of the Union address, Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2005
Two weeks ago, I stood on the steps of this Capitol and renewed the commitment of our nation to the guiding ideal of liberty for all. ...We are witnessing landmark events in the history of liberty. ...And to the Iranian people, I say tonight. As you stand for your own liberty, America stands with you. ... We will succeed because the Iraqi people value their own liberty. ... Americans recognize that spirit of liberty, because we share it. ...In the end, Iraqis must be able to defend their own country — and we will help that proud, new nation secure its liberty. ...We are all part of a great venture ... to renew the values that sustain our liberty.
And he tosses in some liberty for good measure, 2005 State of the Union address, Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2005
Nearly four years ago, I submitted a comprehensive energy strategy that encourages conservation, alternative sources, a modernized electricity grid, and more production here at home — including safe, clean nukyular energy. ...We're working closely with the governments in Asia to convince North Korea to abandon its nukyular ambitions. ...Today, Iran remains the world's primary state sponsor of terror — pursuing nukyular weapons while depriving its people of the freedom they seek and deserve.
One of the lower nukyular-counts we've encountered, but it's still there to enjoy, 2005 State of the Union address, Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2005
What we don't know yet is what we thought and what the Iraqi Survey Group has found, and we want to look at that.
Sounds good. Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 2004
We're on an international manhunt for those who would do harm to America, or for anybody else who loves freedom.
Dubya inadvertently declares war on all those who love freedom, Roswell, New Mexico, Feb. 2, 2004
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