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Friday, November 11, 2005

Who Needs Speechwriters When You've Got Islamo-Fascists to Supply Your Applause Lines?

From the National Review Online's transcript of Bush's speech Friday:
Some might be tempted to dismiss these goals as fanatical or extreme. They are fanatical and extreme — but they should not be dismissed. Our enemy is utterly committed. As Zarqawi has vowed, "We will either achieve victory over the human race or we will pass to the eternal life." (Applause.)
Maybe the audience wasn't paying attention and thought that was Bush's sentiment. Sounds like something he would say.