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  • Wednesday, November 24, 2004

    Bush state visit to Britain in February?

    I was rather surprised when reading this article that there are plans for another state visit by Bush to Britain in February. Authorities managed to keep that one quiet! Mind you, it's no wonder there has been relative silence considering the reception he got when he came over last time. Hidden well within the article are the words "Representatives from the US Embassy in London will visit the exhibition at the church and report back to the White House before President Bush's state visit to Britain in February." I also note that Bush may visit my area of the country, if he does then don't worry, there'll be many of us making our way to Chorley with our go home Bush banners!

    4 Comments:

    At 11/24/2004 01:25:00 pm, Blogger Yunie said...

    Please don't send him home 48% of americans don't want him any more than you do...
    Tell him to go to Iraq and Fight the Fight he started and get our boys home!!!

     
    At 11/24/2004 02:13:00 pm, Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

    Is that all you brits can do is whine? Too bad, he won because we WANTED him to win! Get over it.

     
    At 11/24/2004 03:08:00 pm, Blogger Voice 1 said...

    Yunie, i'm sure the majority of Brits would like to see the shrub being sent to Iraq. Even better it would be good if he and Blair could be put on trial in the Hague for war crimes. Michael, I believe there is a legal challenge taking place in Ohio in regard to the legitimacy of the results there. Maybe the majority of us "whining Brits" could teach people like you a thing or two about how things work in a real democracy.
    Regards.

     
    At 1/31/2005 04:56:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    "[A]n additional 93,000 voters had gone to the polls [in Ohio] yet machines had registered no preference of theirs for President. Only a manual recount can tell us for sure what happened to those 93,000 ballots.

    "[E]lection officials in Franklin County admitted a computer error on Election Night had tallied 4,258 votes for Bush in a precinct where only 638 people voted. That correction alone will drop Bush's margin by 3,620.
    - http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=04/12/03/164231&mode=thread&tid=25

    Problem is, Michael that your boys have such a habit of cheating.

     

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