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Posted by Mark on July 11, 2002

I’ve sort of been on a soapbox about who is really to blame for the forest fires in the west. Here’s more proof of who is destroying the forests. Hint: It isn’t the Boy Scouts.
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Posted by Mark on July 11, 2002

This has been bubbling out there for awhile. Remember the old line about people who live in glass houses?

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Posted by Mark on July 11, 2002

Okay, can we pleeeeaaaassse put this whole Democratic attack on Bush about Harkin energy to rest? Byron York, again, tells what is known. The questions being asked by Mr Daschle, Terry McAuliffe et al all come down to this: Is George W. Bush basically honest and ethical? The resounding answer, again and again, is yes. Again and again, they have attacked his integrity, his basic moral character.

The idea behind the attack is that since Clinton was attacked for eight years, primarily on the basis of his character, surely Mr Bush can be attacked on the same grounds. Here’s the difference. Can you honestly say that William J. Clinton is basically honest and ethical? Deep down in your soul, can you honestly say that? Didn’t think so. I don’t know many people who can say that.

You can make that claim about George W Bush, and have evidence from the past 9 months to back it up. Can you make the same claim about ANY nine month period of the Clinton Administration? Go ahead, give it a shot.

Read the article by Byron York. Makes a whole lot of sense. More sense than Tom Daschle, etc.

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