Your President Speaks! Again!

Today, inNew Albany, Indiana.

What Indiana Got

I appreciate the fact you got great people — and great basketball.

What The Economy And The Markets Have Got

At the same time, this economy has got some strains, and you know it as well as I do: High oil prices, the housing market is challenged, the financial markets have got uncertainty.

There Is Some Challenges

Sure, there’s some challenges facing us, but the underpinnings of our economy are strong, and we’re a resilient economy.

What You Got To Understand

As we debate the decisions, you got to understand there are two very different philosophies being played out.

Safe Your Money

That’s the core of my philosophy, that I’d rather you have more of your own money to spend, safe and invest as you see fit.

What You Got To Understand, Again

But you got to understand that when the bill for all that spending comes due, Congress is going to turn to the working people, to the small business owners and the entrepreneurs.

EXCELLENT Blow

I think it’s important for members of Congress to hear the words of Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England, when he wrote them why the funds, the supplemental funds to support the war effort — see, these are funds separate from the defense bill; these are funds specifically to support our troops in harm’s way, and other measures. And here’s what he wrote: He said delaying could have this kind of quote — in other words, what Congress is trying to do — some in Congress are trying to delay spending this money.

Being Making Advice Not Be Given Advice

If you’ve got somebody in harm’s way, you want the President being — making advice, not — be given advice by the military, and not making decisions based upon the latest Gallup poll or focus group.

The Needs Of Money

And so they’re delaying the money that needs — our troops need to have.

The Money Must Be Funded

In other words, there’s a consequence for not funding this money.

That Democracy

Now, look, I understand some of them in Congress didn’t agree with my decision — and that’s fine. I can understand that. That’s what that democracy is all about.

What He Got To Tell You

By the way, look at these folks in uniform — I just got to — I just got to tell you, I’m incredibly proud to be the Commander-in-Chief of such amazing citizens who volunteer to serve our country in the face of danger.

Building Bipartisanship

Unfortunately, the number two leader in the Senate, Democrat leader said this: “I don’t think it’s physically possible for us to do all the bills individually.”

4 thoughts on “Your President Speaks! Again!

  1. MapleStreet says:

    If you’ve got somebody in harm’s way, you want the President being — making advice, not — be given advice by the military
    So is he now admiting that he doesn’t listen to his generals? The problem is that his syntax is so atrociously bad that I never have clarity on what I have or haven’t heard.

  2. hoppy says:

    MapleStreet, one thing he is always clear on is that he accepts no responsibility for anything he has done – never has, never will. It is all the fault of the Democrats, and presumably, the Devil.

  3. anonymouse69 says:

    “That’s the core of my philosophy, that I’d rather you have more of your own money to spend, safe and invest as you see fit.”
    I know that the “safe” is a typo for “save”, but now I wonder, does the incompetence of this Republican administration reach all the way down to the WH transcribers?

  4. Duckman GR says:

    I don’t know what that means, Maple, I just wonder if it relates to not being the leader of the government and the leader of the Army at the same time.
    I guess, by default since Cheney is running the Government, technically Bush is only leading the Army (Military), and either getting advice, or not getting advice, from his generals, or not!
    Oy. Why did anybody vote for him is beyond me.

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