3/12/2005

Now I feel better...

From the NY Times:
President Bush will nominate one of his closest confidantes, Karen P. Hughes, to lead an effort at the State Department to repair the image of the United States overseas, particularly in the Arab world, administration officials said Friday. She will also be a leader in publicizing the president's campaign for democracy in the Middle East. Ms. Hughes, 48, is to be named next week as Mr. Bush's choice to be under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs, a position that requires Senate confirmation.

I wonder if she'll say more stuff like this:
To defend Bush's anti-choice policies, she said on CNN on 4/25/04: "I think after September 11, the American people are valuing life more...and I think those are the kind of policies the American people can support, particularly at a time when we're facing an enemy, and really, the fundamental difference between us and the terror network we fight is that we value every life."
To attack Kerry's Vietnam service, she said on CNN on 4/25/04: "He only pretended to throw his (medals). Now, I can understand if, out of conscience, you take a principled stand, and you would decide that you were so opposed to this that you would actually throw your medals. But to pretend to do so -- I think that's very revealing."

Then there's that awful Bush twins speech at the Republican covention that she allegedly wrote...

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