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Rove steps down

Discussion in 'North American Politics' started by Booko, Aug 13, 2007.

  1. Booko

    Booko Deviled Hen

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    From BBC News
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6944781.stm

    Karl Rove, George W Bush's most trusted and senior adviser, has paid tribute to the US president as he confirmed his intention to leave the White House.

    Mr Rove, who will step down at the end of August, said he was "deeply proud" to have served Mr Bush and the US.


    But he insisted the time was right to leave, saying he was quitting the White House for the sake of his family.
     
  2. yossarian22

    yossarian22 Resident Schizophrenic

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    No more conspiracy theories about Bush having his lines fed to him from a hump thingy on his back....
     
  3. Runt

    Runt Well-Known Member

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    LOL. If he were having lines fed to him, his scriptwriters would have to be the least articulate people on the planet! :p
     
  4. yossarian22

    yossarian22 Resident Schizophrenic

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    Well, very few in the White house administration speak very articulately, and the ones that do can only say "I have no recollection of this event" or "We have no comment at this point"
     
  5. Runt

    Runt Well-Known Member

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    Yes, but at least they don't say things like, "I... er.... have no, uh, re-collection of this... um... event" or "We have no comet at this point".
     
  6. yossarian22

    yossarian22 Resident Schizophrenic

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    At least those make you laugh. The others just depress you.

    I would pay to see Chaney get called before Congress though. I don't think they accept annoyed grunts as responses.
     
  7. powder21

    powder21 Always Changing

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