President to be in S. Indiana today

President to be in S. Indiana today

There are 6 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 28, 2006, titled President to be in S. Indiana today. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

President Bush is expected to arrive at a high school in the southern Indiana town of Sellersburg this afternoon to rally supporters for Republican U.S. Rep.

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7th District Resident

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Oct 28, 2006
I wish I could vote for Mike Sodrel. He is a very good Congressman. I too appreciate President Bush's integrity and values.
Wilson46201

Brownsburg, IN

#2 Oct 28, 2006
Too bad George W Bush is too ashamed to speak in front of an event unless the audience is carefully screened by Republican operatives. It's a pity that he hides from American citizens and speaks only in a political partisan bubble. We need a President for all Americans, not just the GOP faithful !
csd619

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Oct 28, 2006
he screwed up me and my brothers trout fishing trip!
Just An Observer

Oscoda, MI

#4 Oct 29, 2006
So what's the answer, voting for Bush to help create more terrorists??????? Yeah dude, that's help fighting terrorism for sure! The truth is, it's a little late in the game to try to repair 6 years of little respect for the American people and the Constitution. We pretty know the agenda of the Bush Ad. To end life as we know it in America.
Jones

United States

#5 Oct 29, 2006
Here's Bush saying others have no idea how to win in Iraq after three years of a superpower spending 2 Trillion, and celebrating how we're winning!

Good thing China will be importing Iraq oil.

Good thing so few of our finest young troops have died.

Everyone should celebrate how we're winning, like Bush, Condi and Rummy. Love this war !
Abel Ashes

Bowling Green, KY

#6 Oct 30, 2006
I was protesting outside. Unfortunately most of the protesters were Democrats, who are just as bad as the Republicans, as they are owned by the same old money, corporate, and banking interests.
I had a sign that read, "The Towers were designed to withstand large jet impacts", referring to the fact that the architects and engineers that designed the WTC Twin Towers took into consideration that planes could fly into them at high speeds. They were designed to not suffer any significant structural failure in the evnt of being hit by even multiple 707s, which were the largest jet of the time ('69-'70) and similar in size, fuel capacity, and maximum speed to the actual 757s which hit them.
My friend Aaron held a sign that said, " 911truth.org , Investigate 9/11, 911revisited.com ".
We both got on Louisville's WAVE 3 TV ^PM Sunday night news. They used a clip from a 10 minute interview they did with me, in which I said, "We need a new investigation into 9/11 run by victims' family members, physicists, engineers, and pilots, not run by career politicians..."
There were a lot of protesters booing Bush's motorcade and some got inside and interrupted Bush's speech chanting, "Bring the troops home." They were shouted down by the Bush worshippers chanting "U-S-A".
It's too bad those Bush worshippers don't know that they are supporting a man that is working toward destroying US national sovereignty in the North American Union.

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