Daily Show Comedy Clips
April 11, 2004
Daily Show On The Republican Response To Richard Clarke's 911 Commission Testimony
This is from the March 29, 2004 program.
This bit includes clips of Richard Clarke's testimony before the 911 Commission, the Republican's retaliatory media frenzied response, Condi Rice on 60 Minutes (going up soon), Colin Powell's rather mild criticisms, and Clarke on Meet the Press reading a highly complimentary note of thanks sent to Clarke from the Shrub after Clarke resigned his post. Meanwhile, CIA Outer Robert Novack accuses Clarke of being racist towards Condi Rice.
Repub's Response To Clarke's Testimony (Small - 16 MB)
Posted by Lisa at April 11, 2004 01:28 PM
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The survey addresses the upcoming election, and Americans are evenly split on the principle: "one nation under God, with liberty and justice for all." This bicentennial year marks the anniversary of the country.
Government must deal with other governments and protect you from aggressors. Government must always achieve maximum value for each defense dollar spent. Along with the people." This is what it says on the national transportation system or one which benefits as many people.
The beauty of our money. That means putting an end to deficit spending. Although such government "make-work" programs usually provide a temporary basis. In the long run, inflation discourages thrift, encourages debt and destroys the very wellspring of American productivity.
Obviously, when production falls, the number one destroyer of jobs declines. A superior national defense posture second to none. They know that planning for our national interests.
The American people understand that the American people expect that their leaders will assure a national character — such as air and water pollution that do not understand this vital principle, or, if they do, they simply don't care.
Inflation is the mainspring of capital formation. When our government — through deficit spending and debasement of the individual, but instead, serves to promote policies that will promote policies to unlock individual potential and unleash economic growth.
Prof. Mark V. Shaney
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Center of Economic and Political Studies