Demonstrating once again that his is an administration bereft of imagination, initiatives, or answers, Bush dusted off an old, worn out campaign slogan yesterday, echoing the fear-mongering theme of his 2004 reelection:
“America is safer than it has been, yet it is not yet safe,” Bush told reporters at the National Counterterrorism Center just outside Washington.
Safer, but not yet safe. Bush sounds like a man with demented echolalia, repeating old, familiar words echoing back from years past:
“America is safer, but not yet safe.” — GW Bush, November 1, 2004
“we are safer, but not yet safe.” — Bush, October 31, 2004
“America is safer, not yet safe.” — Bush, October 25, 2004
“America is safer, but not yet safe.” — Bush, October 9, 2004
“I think we are safer today. I would say, though, we’re not yet safe” — Dick Cheney, September 17, 2004
“the actions we’ve take have made America safer, but not yet safe. ” — Bush, August 26, 2004
“Our homeland is safer, but we are not yet safe.” — Bush, July 31, 2004
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