Bush Rejects Iraq Funding Bill

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Bush Rejects Iraq Funding Bill

On Tuesday, President Bush vetoed a congressional bill authorizing financing for the war in Iraq contingent on a timetable for troop withdrawal. What do you think?
  • "Well, that was fun. Now what?"

    Katie Steinberg
    Personal Assistant
  • "Joke's on him. One of the pork items in the bill was $45 million for an awesome party on Bush's birthday."

    Owen Calder
    Systems Analyst
  • "I had him all wrong. I applaud him for refusing to fund this ill-conceived, mismanaged war."

    Ian Stipley
    Duct Cleaner
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