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Posted: 9/14/2001 6:12:45 AM EST
WASHINGTON - Two prominent Bay State Democrats questioned President Bush's leadership style yesterday, cracking the veneer of bipartisan unity Congress has shown in the wake of the twin terrorist attacks. ``It's not a question of what he's saying,'' said U.S. Rep. Richard Neal (D-Springfield). ``The content is fine. But the blandness with which it is delivered has caused considerable reaction.'' U.S. Rep. Martin T. Meehan (D-Lowell) scoffed at reports Air Force One was targeted by terrorists - the reason Bush aides have put forth to explain why the president delayed his return to Washington after Tuesday's attack on the Pentagon. ``I don't buy the notion Air Force One was a target,'' said Meehan. ``That's just PR. That's just spin.''
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(202) 225-3411 Meehan office number... (202) 225-5601 Neal's Number
Link Posted: 9/14/2001 6:25:30 AM EST
Don’t know why that surprises you. The Dems are going to use this to the max. This is their big chance to grab all our freedoms, so of course they will try to discredit our President. By the way thanks for the numbers.
Link Posted: 9/14/2001 6:28:35 AM EST
So much for uniting behind the President. Idiots....this is just what they want: to fragment us & turn us against each other.
Link Posted: 9/14/2001 6:41:18 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/14/2001 9:25:32 AM EST by warlord]
So much of the facade of bi-partisanship. I, personally would not be too surprised that some democrats view gunners as the same as those terrorists. What is scarcy is that future anti-terrorist legislation will get very little debate by legislator that do not want to be viewed by the news media to be anti-patriotic that could classify gunners as terrorists.
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