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Tuesday, November 08, 2005
  Bad news about Bush
Completely unsubstanciated rumer gets passed around like fact. There is some "paranoia" going on here. But does anyone actually belive this. I'll break'm 1 by 1.

The database is funded by private donations from Bush political backers and does not appear on the White House budget or Federal Election Commission campaign reports. So the're no actualy evidence it exists it just magicly does.

is located on a privately-owned computer offsite, but can be accessed remotely by a select list of senior aides Right, like with all the worms, viruses, hackers and such this wouldn't be safe in the real world for hours mutch less years and years.

"Rove started the list while Bush served as governor of Texas". So this list started pre-windows 95? 1994 he was elected govenor. I find it hard to belive a personal computer list from the 386 era made it through to today. I'm sure an Amiga maybe but what is the likelyhood Rove rox the Amiga box.

"If you want to know who’s sleeping with whom, who drinks too much or has a fondness for nose candy, this is the place to find it” And this woud be usefull to who? Bush's nosecandy allegations have turned like Clinton pot allegation, up in smoke. No-one cares. Drunkard in chief Kennedy killed a woman and the people in Mass. don't care.

"current and former administration officials who acknowledge existence of the enemies list only under a guarantee of confidentiality." So they admit its a completely unsubstanciated rumer.

I find the argument “How is that you think so and so did such and such (wink wink)?" To be not "Proof."

And finally, dont get me started on the name dropping hitword whoring going on for those all crucial search engine hits,
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geez-ow, If they squeezed in any more buzzword into this story it'd qualify as spam. All for a completely unsubstanciated rumer. I'm sure Michael Moore is diarrheaing in his pants right now to make a movie about this, and the Muslim "street" rioting in glee.
 
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