Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Wednesday's WH Press Briefing

At the White House Press Briefing, here are some of the questions McClellan tried to tap dance around today:

When the President went to the Pentagon, did he ask about the dropping of a bomb on a home, killing nine children and grandchildren, and so forth? I mean, is this how we go after the rebels?

How can you justify killing children and grandchildren at home?

A new Gallup Poll shows that 49 percent of the American public think most members of Congress are corrupt. Does the President agree?

Abramoff raised more than $100,000 for the Bush-Cheney campaign, and the campaign has given back, like, $6,000. Why aren't they giving back more?

If you have all of these powers under Article II of the Constitution and the authorization for use of force, why do you even need these controversial provisions of the Patriot Act?

The President's speech today at the Pentagon as far as terrorism and fighting terrorism is concerned, do you think that Osama bin Laden is still in -- is running the al Qaeda business?

MR. McCLELLAN: I'm sorry, who?

Osama bin Laden.


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