Yesterday in Arizona:
This is a complex case with serious issues, but in extraordinary circumstances like this, it is wise to always err on the side of life.
So sayeth the man, who acted like this:
President Bush announced the attack in a four-minute television speech to the nation. "On my order, coalition forces have begun striking selected targets of military importance to undermine Saddam Hussein's ability to wage war," he said. "These are the opening stages of what will be a broad and concerted campaign."
Minutes before the speech, an internal television monitor showed the president pumping his fist. "Feels good," he said.
And before he even got a chance to waive Saddam's gun around,
In 1999, during the 2000 Republican Presidential primary race, Carlson interviewed then-Governor George W. Bush for Talk Magazine. Carlson reported that Bush mocked soon-to-be-executed Texas death-row inmate Carla Faye Tucker and "cursed like a sailor."