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CNN
Apr 20, 2011 8:00pm EDT
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CNN
Mar 23, 2011 8:00pm EDT
intelligence director under president george w. bush. he joins us tonight from naples, florida, ambassador, welcome. >> thank you. >> look, you've heard the opening segment here. don't we need a policy clearly articulated that says our policy is regime change and then a military strategy? >> well, i think what the president is trying to do is make a distinction between the immediate short-term purpose of our military action which is humanitarian, which is protect the civilians and the longer political context, longer-term political context which is that mr. gadhafi must go and that libya deserves a political change but he is making a distinction between the short-term military action on the one hand and our overall political purpose on the other. >> but isn't there a problem here because one thing that seems to be clear from the entirety of the relationship with gadhafi and you have studied him and we'll get to that in a moment is without military pressure he's simply not going to go and i want to quote something the president said yesterday in an interview with cnn that i foun
CNN
Jun 17, 2011 8:00pm EDT
decade ago to the republican reaction and george bush's reaction to 9/11. we have to go out and transform this world. the discovery that the world was more hostile than we thought. the answer was transform it. what does that mean? regime change. democracy promotion. all of this aggressive stuff. now, obviously it failed in some fundamental ways and next question is what's the reaction to that. i think in obama we have a certain kind of idealism. he believes we're responsible to do something in libya and that america can reshape the world. you listen to candidates at the republican debate the other night and you had the feeling they think the world is hostile. the world is not a good place beyond america's borders and so the point is let's not get ourselves caught up and not go to libya and get out of places. it's a purely negative view of the world. >> the word isolationism springs to mind. that's got political baggage but they are pulling back in such a comprehensive way and what's gone is infusion of moral values that george bush brought to foreign policy. we had to bring free
CNN
Jul 6, 2011 5:00pm PDT
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CNN
May 20, 2011 5:00pm PDT
speechwriter for george w. bush, mr. frum. welcome to both of you. david, let me begin with you. was it standard practice or is this is your prying to you that the israeli government knew the precise content of the speech before it was delivered and was given a chance to push back? >> it is standard practice to share a speech with all important stakeholders. clearly the administration felt the israelis were an important stakeholder here. it is surprising to me they allowed it to go so long and i think they thought they were going to spring something on the israelis by showing them at the lass minute and got them -- to pushback. you put your finger in your -- opening statement on the key point about all of this, though. which is -- they -- was this the news the president wanted to make in his speech about the arab? 80% of the speech is about the arab, ball rain and syria. what's the headline that he got? about the '67 borders. is that what he wanted? find that hard to believe. if so, that's kind of -- that's a failure in and a disappointment for the administration. >> what david said is
CNN
Mar 24, 2011 8:18pm EDT
immigration reform. 44% of hispanics supported george w. bush in 2004. if the immigration reform debacle would haven't taken place in 2006, the republicans were poised to capture over 50% of the vote. >> reverend, what does that mean by immigration reform? so do republicans -- hispanics have a substantive problem with immigration reform, what do republicans have to do it win them over on that issue? >>. >> first of all, perception versus realty. the hispanic electorate is not in favor of amnesty. the hispanic electorate is in favor of the rule of law. and the application of the rule of law. in the matter of fact, surveys and research that have been taking place recently indicate that hispanic american electorate is completely in favor of stopping all illegal immigration. what the hispanic american electorate has a problem with is the rhetoric stemming out of certain segments, out of the republican party. the rhetoric that embraces threats that seem to be xenophobiaic. the party should address the hispanic american electorate and say we support legal immigration. we thank god for the hisp
CNN
Mar 22, 2011 8:00pm EDT
switch. welcome back to geico radio, hello uh george and linda! george: hello mr. gecko! linda: so, we're such huge fans - george: of yours...and would be really honored... linda: ...if you would marry us. me? linda: yea! you just seem so smart...so - george: british - sounding. i'm not really qualified to speak on matters of the heart. look i'll tell you this: when you insure more than one car geico you could save even more with our multi-car discount. i now pronounce you...thrifty! geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. uncovering hotel freebies like instant discounts, free-nights... ...and free breakfast at hotels in virtually every city. so, thanks to this large man in a little jetpack... you can search thousands of hotel freebies... right now only at priceline. >>> despicable brilliance. a term used to describe bill maher. he i are access to and condemns -- he critiques and condemns with abandon, sparing no one for his ruthless wit and insight. his show is in its ninth season, proving he's got staying power. bill joins me. thanks for jo
CNN
Mar 7, 2011 8:00pm EST
. right back with president george w. bush and not what he wanted to do. >> uh-huh. >> anyway, back to libya. when revolution hit tunisia and egypt, we thought the changes would happen overnight but libya is a wake-up call. this is a civil war. tonight, we hear word of a death toll somewhere in the thousands and the calls for no-fly zone may grow as we see more pictures of what happened today. the forces bombed the oil town of ras lanuf. meanwhile, ground fighting continued in other areas. we go now to tripoli where nic robertson has the latest on gadhafi's push to secure areas around the libyan capital. what's the latest? >> reporter: the government has a lockdown on the city making it more interesting walking a few hundred yards from the hotel and talk to people. they're angry at this government, they say they want to rise up and all of supporters are the ones with the weapons which is what we saw on sunday when they were out celebrating some victories the government said they had to that didn't occur and it's very clear the fear of the opposition here in tripoli is that the gadhafi
CNN
Mar 31, 2011 8:00pm EDT
dealing with him. there's a part of george tenant's book where he talks about making please an trees with the likes of moussa koussa who we know masterminded the bombing of pan am 1 0103. >> we have to hold our nose and get on with international diplomacy. frank dugan, thank you very much for joining us. we hope the best for the families. >> thank you. >>> it is amazing, those are the hard choices that have to be made. you shouldn't forget it was under president bush that relations with gadhafi were normalized. and that was done because
CNN
May 16, 2011 5:00pm PDT
the popular movement that george w. bush articulated. that makes sense. i'll give you the last couple seconds. you obviously thing i'm wrong. tell me why. >> i think bush is wrong. clinton was wrong. this guy is wrong. it's just not going to happen in the way you think it's going to happen, sir. even if it did, if we had democracy from more taina to jordan, those democracies would have to reflect popular opinion. what you would have is the greatest anti-israeli movement than you've seen in your life. israel is hated more than anything in the islamic world. >> michael, time runs short, you're going in a different direction about is israel. a whole different set of issues. i look forward to having that conversation with you in a couple days. michael, thanks for joining us, we will have that conversation down the road. >>> up next, with dominique strauss-kahn in jail, what's the future of the organization he ran and the impact on french politics? i'll ask fareed zakaria to dissect the fallout when we come back. ...and? it helped balance her colon. oh, now that's the best part. i love you
CSPAN
Jul 1, 2016 8:30pm EDT
believing in something greater than yourself. george washington said religion and reality are not dispensable. i am not talking about social conservatism. as a former, well i still ama social conservative in many ways, but a former one on campus and college, you go to war, learn things and see things and realize there is other things in my mind that are a more important priority. i am not talking about pro-life issues. i think that is a fight conservatives should continue to fight and win every day of the week. but i think we obsess over things like same-sex marriages and it inhibits us to talk about the real challenges facing parents and kids in the culture. he talks about after focusing on yourself looking outward. the left of course is the party of equal outcome. if we are not striving to be the party of equal opportunity we will miss the mark. i think it is fair to say republicans and conservatives have in many ways missed the marx. talking about marginal tax rates and seeing the shift in the economy we have to be clear about attacking that and approaching that. that means not
CSPAN
May 15, 2016 4:30pm EDT
believing something -- in something greater than yourself. george washington said in his first gnawing all, religion and moriality are instance dispensable. written out faith and you wonder why we get what we get. i'm not talking about social conservativism in the former -- i'm still a social conservatism but a former ardent conservative on college. when you go to war you realize there's other things that are more important, eye knock talking about "life issues. that's a fight that conservatives should continue to fight and win. we obsess over things like same-sex marriage, and its inhibitses our ability too talk about the real challenges facing families. the real challenges face can parents and kids in our culture. then he talks about after you focus on yourself, looking outward and talking about equal opportunity which needs to be the loadstar of conservatives and the republicans. the left is a party of equal outcome. if we don't strive daily to be the party of equal opportunity, then we will miss the mark, and i think it's fair to say republicans and conservatives have in ma
CSPAN
May 29, 2016 11:00am EDT
yourself. george washington said in his first inaugural, you know, religion and morality are indispensable supports of a republic. rip out faith, and then you wonder why we get what we get in our culture today. i'm not talking about social conservativism, and in the book i -- as a former ardent -- well, i still am a social conservative in many ways, but on campus in college, you go to war, you learn some things, you see some things, and you realize there's other things in my mind that are a more important priority. i'm not talking about pro-life issues. i think that's a fight that conservatives should continue to fight and win every day of week, but i think we on to access over things like same-sex marriage, and it inhibits our abilities to talk about the real challenges facing families, the real challenges facing parents and kids in our culture. then he talks about after you focus on yourself, looking outward. and he talks a lot about equal opportunity which should be, needs to be the lode star of conservatives and republicans. the left, of course, is the party of equal outc
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2016 7:00am EDT
character. whether it is faith or believing in something greater than yourself, george washington said in his first inaugural religion and morality are indispensable supports of a republic. rip out faith and wonder why we get what we get in our culture. i'm not talking social conservatism and in the book as a former -- i'm a social conservative in many ways but ardent social conservative on campus, go to war, learn some things, see some things and realize there are other things in my mind that are a more important priority. i don't mean pro-life issues, conservatives should fight every day of the week but we obsess over things like same-sex marriage and it inhibits our ability to talk about the real challenges facing families, facing parents and kids in our culture. then he talks about after you focus on yourself looking outward and talks a lot about equal opportunity which needs to be the lodestar of conservatives and republicans, the party of equal outcome. if we are not a strident don't strive daily to be the party of equal opportunity, we will miss the mark. it is fair to say
CSPAN
May 28, 2016 9:00pm EDT
something greater than yourself, george washington said religion and morality are indispensable supports were public. without faith and then wonder why we get what we get in our culture. i'm not talking about social conservatism. i am a social conservative conservative in many ways, both former ardent social conservative, you go to war, learned some things, see some see some things and realize there are other things in my mind that are more important priority. i'm not talking about pro-life issues. i think we have says over things like same-sex marriage, and it inhibits our ability to talk about the real challenges facing families, the real challenges facing parents and kids. then he talks about after you focus on yourself looking outward and equal opportunity which should be the lone star conservatives and republicans, the party of equal outcome. if we are not the strident -- we don't strive daily to be the party of equal opportunity, then we will miss the mark, and it is fair to say republicans and conservatives have missed the mark for a long time talking about things like ma
CSPAN
May 14, 2016 11:00pm EDT
than yourself, george washington religion and morality are indispensable in for republic. i'm not talking about social conservatism and in the book i -- as a former -- i still am a social conservative in many ways, campus and college, you go to war, you learn some things, you see some things and you realize there's other things in my mind that are a more important priority. i'm not talking about pro-life issues. i think that's a fight that conservatives should couldn't to fight every day of the week but i think we obsess over things like same-sex marriage and inhibits the ability to talk about the real challenges facing families, the real challenges facing parents and kids in our culture. then he talks about after you focus on yourself looking outward, he talks a lot about equal opportunity which should be, needs to be the star of conservatives and republicans, the left, of course, is the party of equal outcome. if we are not -- if we don't strive daily to be the party of equal opportunity, then we will miss the mark. and i think it's fair to say republicans and conservatives and
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