March to More
August 13, 2003, President Meets with Economic Team
Prairie Chapel Ranch, Crawford, Texas
"I've reminded people -- I think this isn't the first time I've said this
-- that some would put on their TV screens that we were "marching to war."
As a matter of fact, it was a year ago that we began the "march to war."
During the August vacation, as I recall, there was the march to war. It's
hard to have an upbeat view of the world when you're "marching to war."
War is not exactly a positive thought, particularly when it comes to
people willing to take risks, and consumer confidence. "
No, it's not the first time he's said this, like many of his talking points. What impressive logic. It's not the actual war that gets to people (I mean consumers), it's just the way THEY show it on TV. Yes, George, it's hard to have an upbeat view of the world when you seem hellbent on destroying it.
God, I hate freedom. Just hate it.