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COALITION or BUSH FAMILY BUSINESS

There is much talk about the need for a coalition and the Bush Doctrine in the Middle-East, euphemistically referred to as the "War on Terrorism" is the reason Washington has been pressuring Israel to capitulate to the Palestinians. But there is another reason which is the bedrock of this administrations policy and it is in fact current and former business with the Arabs. Anotherwords, it is still "business as usual" for the Bush family.

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Memo Cited Bush's Late SEC Filings

White House Dismisses Suggestions of Wrongdoing in Bush's Time in Oil Business

By Mike Allen
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, July 3, 2002; Page A04

An internal Securities and Exchange Commission memo from 1991 says President Bush repeatedly failed to file timely reports of his business interests and transactions before his election as Texas governor.

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Bush the Elder’s Scheme to Sell Pardons and Get a Payoff

Where is the Outrage Over a 10 Billion Dollar Taxpayer Ripoff?

February 26, 2001

By Jock Gill for Democrats.com

Bill Clinton wasn’t being either bold or creative in his use of the presidential pardon power. Compared to George Bush Senior’s incredible pardon fiasco, Clinton’s pardon scandal is boring.

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The Way We War

or From Here To Absurdity

By Isaac
isaac3rd@attbi.com  

Solipsism: NOUN: Philosophy 1. The theory that the self is the only thing that can be known and verified. 2. The theory or view that the self is the only reality.-The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition.  2000

"We are resolved to rout out terror wherever it exists to save the world from freedom!" George W. Bush, January 31 (In a Freudian slip?)  

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Bill Bennett Organizes Neo-Cons Against Dissent

Americans For Victory Against Terrorism Targets Independent Voices

Jul 01 2002

Jim Lobe writes for Inter Press Service, an international newswire, and for Foreign Policy in Focus, a joint project of the Washington-based Institute for Policy Studies and the New Mexico-based Interhemispheric Resource Center.

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