N.Y. Times: Spitzer Staff Spent Weeks on Bruno
President Nixon: You think, you think we want to, want to go
this route now? And the--let it hang out, so to speak?
Dean: Well, it's, it isn't really that--
Haldeman: It's a limited hang out.
Dean: It's a limited hang out.
Ehrlichman: It's a modified limited hang out.
President Nixon: Well, it's only the questions of the thing hanging out publicly or privately.
Saturday, September 22, 2007
"We're changing our policy with respect to getting more people out of shadows and into the system so people don't hide they're here," Spitzer said.
Illegal aliens don't have to be brought "out of shadows," Governor. They're in broad daylight, in case you haven't noticed. They break pre-7:00 a.m. Washington, D.C. noise ordinances behind the Capitol Hill Club all the time. So please cease with the vapid talking point metaphors.
Illegal aliens also "don't hide they're here." They're in the streets arrogantly demanding amnesty. They're on television, at news conferences and even lobby Members of Congress.
It was announced on Friday, for these reasons and others.
"I love you. I'll call you as soon as I'm finished. Have a safe trip. Talk to you later. I love you."
A phone call from the spouse is just the image a presidential candidate wants to convey while addressing a skeptical NRA audience.
Another minute or two and he'd be in darling, muffin, gumdrop, pookems territory.