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Tuesday, September 2

Who said: “Bullying and intimidation are not acceptable ways to conduct foreign policy in the 21st century.”

This was said by our fearless leader and directed at the Russians after they invaded the Republic of Georgia.

From the LA Times:

President Bush delivered yet one more tough warning to Russia today over the crisis in Georgia: "Bullying and intimidation are not acceptable ways to conduct foreign policy in the 21st century."

He spoke in the Rose Garden in a hastily-announced appearance just before heading off on what is scheduled to be a two-week holiday at his home in Crawford, Texas.

With little leverage available to him — and only modest steps to match his angry words — Bush has taken to the White House bully pulpit as a means of trying to exert pressure on the Kremlin.

and was delivered as the door hit him on the ass on the way to Crawford for another vacation. The full quote did not include "Stop it! I'm serious!", "I'll tell mom!" or make note of any footstamping or breath holding.

Vote tally: Bush-3, Obama-2, Angus Young-1.
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