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Thursday, December 11, 2003
International law?: Bush is standing by his decision on barring certain "allies" from being primary contractors rebuilding a country they didn't think was important enough to liberate from a brutal tyrant.

German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder apparently made some comments that "international law must apply to awarding of contracts."

International law? International law dictates how the American taxpayers money is spent in a country Americans died liberating? International law has some valid claim that directs the United States to shovel some contracting money Germany's way?

Bush's reply when informed of the possibility that Schroeder was seeing a lawyer was perfect.


International law? I better call my lawyer.


And he doesn't even need a good one.

11:41 PM

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