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Bush, Behind the Scenes

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Former U.S. Senator Lincoln Chafee, a moderate Republican, reviews the first six years of the Bush presidency from an insider’s perspective. He says the Republican party needs to change dramatically if it is to survive and succeed. His new book is Against the Tide: How a Compliant Congress Empowered a Reckless President.
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Comments [11]

Sue from North Salem

And what's with that "Osama" remark, Dick?

May. 20 2008 04:01 PM
hjs from 11211

mc
the policies of modernity, i would guess

May. 20 2008 03:27 PM
mc from Brooklyn

Richard #7,
What policies?

May. 20 2008 01:46 PM
Richard from Texas

I am leaning for McCain because I can not vote for Clinton or Obama (Osama) due to the Democratic party policies.

May. 20 2008 01:42 PM
al from queens

The quote is:
"I belong to no organized political party...I'm a Democrat." -- Will Rogers

May. 20 2008 12:50 PM
Steve from Manhattan

Those in chanrge of Mr. Chafee's party is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people. He wasn't the worst Bush-enabler, but he was one. He could have quit the Republican party, and he could have worked to get Bush, Cheney, and the other war criminals out of office. But he didn't. He should think long and hard about his complicity in this criminal administration.

May. 20 2008 12:47 PM
Taher from Croton 0n Hudson

I like to suggest that Mr. Chafee read “Defeat” by Jonathan steele. He may learn about the Iraq.

May. 20 2008 12:43 PM
sds

sorry, this is 2 little 2 late

May. 20 2008 12:38 PM
kka

"almost voted no"

well glad to see you are so almost proud of yourself

May. 20 2008 12:23 PM
asee

Cheney betrayed you by confiding in 2000 that he was "GETTING OUT OF KYOTO?"

Thanks for the laugh -- sounds like Clinton

May. 20 2008 12:12 PM
hjs from 11211

GOP is already dead in new england dieing in north east. we are living in a realignment and many can't see it. no suprise some GOP are still waiting for pre-50's america to return

May. 20 2008 12:09 PM

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