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    23 March 2006

    Bush Reflecting on Himself

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    George Bush held a highly followed press conference earlier this week where he actually tried to engage with the media and explain why his foreign policy is so great, among other things. As you can expect, I didn't buy it. I doubt many did. But at one point a questioner asked him what Bush thought about the publics lack of trust in him and his administration. He replied by expressing what he sees in Iraq (where he continues to claim is the central front of the War on Terrorism - which is really sad because it is not).
    A democracy in Iraq is going to affect the neighborhood. A democracy in Iraq is going to inspire reformers in a part of the world that is desperate for reformation.

    Our foreign policy up until now was to, kind of, tolerate what appeared to be calm, and underneath the surface was this swelling sense of anxiety and resentment, out of which came this totalitarian movement that is willing to spread its propaganda through death and destruction, to spread its philosophy.

    Now, some in this country don't - I can understand it - don't view the enemy that way. I guess they, kind of, view it as an isolated group of people that occasionally kill. I just don't see it that way. I see them bound by a philosophy with plans and tactics to impose their will on other countries.

    That in bold sounds a lot like what we're he's doing in Iraq

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