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Public Address 13/09/04 - Hello Goodbye

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/09/04 - Hello Goodbye

Flap | Sep 13, 2004 10:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

The flap over the forged-or-not memos that reflect badly on Bush's National Guard service - and, more particularly, indicate that he has previously lied about same - is beyond bizarre. If the CBS papers are fakes, who's the source? It's really impossible to assess the competing forensic claims...
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That's all folks | Sep 12, 2004 23:50
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

In this life you get out what you put in, son. That's what I tell today's insolent youth when I bail them up on the bus with their butt-crack showing above belt-less balloon pants. Son, pull yourself together, I say...
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