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bout time he stopped being a whore.....word fool you get props.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by oldenglish, May 19, 2003.

  1. oldenglish

    oldenglish Banned

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    Top Stories - AP

    Bush Press Secretary Fleischer Resigns
    Mon May 19,11:20 AM ET Add Top Stories - AP to My Yahoo!


    By RON FOURNIER, AP Political Writer

    WASHINGTON - White House press secretary Ari Fleischer (news - web sites), the public face of the Bush administration through two wars and a terrorist attack, said Monday he will resign in July to enter the private sector.


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    Bush Press Secretary Fleischer Resigns
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    "I love this job," Fleischer told reporters at his informal Monday morning briefing. "I believe deeply about President Bush (news - web sites) as a man and I believe deeply in his policies, but it's my time to go."


    He would not speculate on who would take his place, but presidential aides said deputy press secretary Scott McClellan was the likely successor, although there are other possibilities.


    Fleischer said he wanted to leave the hard-driving job before Bush's re-election campaign geared up.


    "I want to do something more relaxing — like dismantle live nuclear weapons," he quipped.


    Fleischer clashed at times with the White House press corps and had an uneasy relationship with some senior Bush aides, but he said the departure was his idea. He notified Bush of his decision Friday. The president ended the conversation "by kissing me on the head," the spokesman said.


    "I informed him that after 21 years of nothing in my career other than government and politics, after almost four wonderful years with Gov. Bush/President Bush, my time has come to enter the private sector to pursue more relaxing endeavors and see more of my wife," he said.


    Fleischer, 42, got married six months ago. He said he wanted to go on the speaking circuit and maybe do some writing.


    He said he had not talked with anyone outside the White House about a new job.


    Bush has not decided who will replace Fleischer, two senior White House officials said. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Texas native McClellan is the likely replacement but there are other candidates. Republican strategist Ed Gillespie and Pentagon (news - web sites) spokeswoman Victoria Clarke have been mentioned by top Republicans as potential prospects.


    A cautious and calibrating press secretary, Fleischer has been the public voice of the presidency through the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the war in Afghanistan (news - web sites) and the Iraq (news - web sites) war, loyally putting the best spin on events. He frustrated reporters by constantly refusing to answer the toughest questions and sometimes irked his White House colleagues by pushing for access behind the scenes — often without success.


    His meatless pronouncements on Bush policy are generally in keeping with a White House that keeps a tight lid on information. Though he is not as close to the president as other top aides, Fleischer has earned Bush's respect by taming what the president considers to be a hostile press corps.


    He also has sought to ease tensions between the press at the White House, though he leaves with a mixed record on that score.


    "I think he was the right person for the job and for this president," said Joe Lockhart, former White House spokesman for Democratic President Bill Clinton (news - web sites). "The president wanted somebody who was loyal, who was disciplined, someone who needed to keep a secret. I think he was an articulate spokesman in a difficult situation, working for a president who demanded secrecy beyond what was really called for."


    Like most press secretaries, Fleischer has had his share of fumbles and dodges in the hothouse atmosphere of the White House briefing room. He acknowledged shooting himself in the foot when he snapped that "one bullet" in Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s head would be cheaper than a war.


    In the run-up to war with Iraq, Fleischer denied reports that Bush was meeting with Prime Minister Tony Blair (news - web sites) abroad. The trip was announced the next day.


    He once fumbled on the whereabouts of the vice president. Asked why Dick Cheney (news - web sites) did not attend a Sept. 11 anniversary event, Fleischer said the vice president was at a meeting of Bush's top aides.





    When it was pointed out to him that Bush's top aides were at the anniversary event, Fleischer stammered.

    It turned out Cheney had been spirited away to a secret location because of the same potential threats to the country that prompted the government to heighten the public terrorist alert soon after.

    Over the months, a pattern of finger-pointing has emerged with every miscue: Fleischer' supporters would privately accuse superiors of passing on bad information to the press office while the senior staff would quietly point the finger back to Fleischer or his office.Still, senior White House officials said Monday that Fleischer left on his own, and that Bush wanted him to stay through the re-election.

    Goofs sometimes gave way to goofy — such as when Fleischer joked about potatoes attacking America.

    This year, Fleischer defended Bush's plan to deny normal collective bargaining and other employee rights to workers at the proposed Homeland Security Department by noting that presidents have long had the authority to suspend such rights in a national emergency.

    Senate opponents would stop Bush from using powers he already has in other departments, he contended.

    "If he declared that there was an emergency, he could stop collective bargaining at the Department of Agriculture," Fleischer said. "So under what the Senate is proposing, the president will have more authority to help protect the homeland if potatoes attacked America in the Department of Agriculture than he would if terrorists did."
     
  2. oldenglish

    oldenglish Banned

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    that motherfucker......

    shit now i read two lines...

    the private sector?

    nigguh you jew boy ..........sidebustin nigguh...

    i got a blade with your name on it....

    keep your private sector the fuck out my state or I WILL KILL you.
     
  3. swif1

    swif1 Veteran Member

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  4. oldenglish

    oldenglish Banned

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    nawwww......nigguh...if yous talking to me...

    thats JEW BOY WOP NIGGUH>

    mouliona,.
     
  5. metallix

    metallix Elite Member

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    your replying to your own threads man..
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