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Quotes - This Day in Dubya History (June 6)
(What did Dubya say on today's date in previous years?)
There are 5 quotes on this date.
There's no question this is a major human disaster that requires a strong response from the Chinese government, which is what they're providing, but it also responds a compassionate response from nations to whom — that have got the blessings, good blessings of life, and that's us.
Dubya twists his mouth around the idea of providing aid to earthquake-stricken China, Washington, D.C., Jun. 6, 2008
REPORTER: Will you give any ground on the two-degree target that she [German Chancellor Angela Merkel] wants?
DUBYA: No, I talked about what I'm for. Remember? I said I'm for sitting together with the nations to sit down and discuss a way forward. I think when people really look at what I've said, they say, well, that's an interesting way to bridge the difference between what China has said, for example, and what others in Europe have said.
Apparently this is Dubya's idea of give and take... Heiligendamm, Germany, Jun. 6, 2007
The first thing we got to understand as a country is that illegal immigration undermines the rule of law. It creates an underground economy. It can danger our national security
And we certainly don't want our national security dangered... Artesia, New Mexico, Jun. 6, 2006
The ties that bind the Americas are particularly vivid here in Florida. I mean, if you spend any time in this state, you'll find people from all over our hemisphere who live here. This state has benefited because immigrants from throughout the hemisphere have made their homes here. I know firsthand — I'm pretty familiar with the state's governor. He keeps me abreast of what's taking place in this state. You know, our ties are represented in different ways. Perhaps you know this, but my brother was lucky enough to marry a fantastic woman from Mexico. The First Lady of Florida is Mexican-born. A United States senator from Florida, Mel Martinez, was born in Cuba. No, the ties in our hemisphere between America and our hemisphere are particularly strong in Florida.
Your guess is as good as mine as to why "No," was necessary, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Jun. 6, 2005
I — you know, look, it's important for people to know that I've got a future that — I believe in a future that is peaceful, based upon liberty. And I remember my predecessor, whose life we mourn, Ronald Reagan, they felt the same way about him.
We mourn Reagan's life? Well some of us might, but I didn't think Dubya did... Interview with Tom Brokaw, NBC, Jun. 6, 2004
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