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April 29, 2008

Bush Erupts Against Attention-deficit Media - Explains 'Winning Doesn't Mean War Is Over' (Must See Video)

Topics: War on Terror

When a reporter challenges George Bush on his credibility after he describes the US as winning in Afghanistan, Bush at first tries to explain that "winning" doesn't mean the war is over. Either not listening, unable to comprehend the difference, or too wrapped-up in her own agenda, the reporter still challenges the president's credibility. Bush then notes that he has said repeatedly that tough fighting remains ahead. After the reporter tries asking the same question again, Bush vents his frustration ....

Be sure to watch the entire video; the importance of this video is not the lefty nutcase reporter, rather President Bush's going to lengths to explain the difference between "winning" and having won the war - a difference that escapes the liberal mindset of the clueless on the left, especially the left wing media.

Posted by Richard at April 29, 2008 1:27 PM



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