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George Soros meets with Bush Administration
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Quote:Strange Lunchfellows: Khalilzad, Soros Meet in New York

One of the men is the Bush administration’s most bitter foe, who spent tens of millions of dollars trying to prevent the president's election and who still supports strident anti-Bush organizations like Moveon.org.

The other is the president’s handpicked envoy to the United Nations, one of the Bush administration’s most sensitive posts.

On the surface, they were not likely to have much to talk about.

So what were billionaire George Soros and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Zalmay Khalilzad discussing Tuesday when they met for a secret lunch at a luxurious but discreet restaurant close to the United Nations?

Nobody but the two men knows.

They met together for roughly 90 minutes after arriving at the restaurant separately, Khalilzad with a Secret Service escort.

They also left separately, several minutes apart: Khalilzad in his official black Cadillac, Soros in a flashier red Mercedes-Benz.

Maybe it was the spirit of the Annapolis peace conference that drew the men together.

Or perhaps the media attention on Annapolis was one reason they hoped their lunch would go unnoticed.
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I wonder what's going on.
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Maybe Soros is going to buy a car from Zalmay Khalilzad. S6 Wink1
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WarBicycle Wrote:
Quote:Strange Lunchfellows: Khalilzad, Soros Meet in New York

One of the men is the Bush administration’s most bitter foe, who spent tens of millions of dollars trying to prevent the president's election and who still supports strident anti-Bush organizations like Moveon.org.

The other is the president’s handpicked envoy to the United Nations, one of the Bush administration’s most sensitive posts.

On the surface, they were not likely to have much to talk about.

So what were billionaire George Soros and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Zalmay Khalilzad discussing Tuesday when they met for a secret lunch at a luxurious but discreet restaurant close to the United Nations?

Nobody but the two men knows.

They met together for roughly 90 minutes after arriving at the restaurant separately, Khalilzad with a Secret Service escort.

They also left separately, several minutes apart: Khalilzad in his official black Cadillac, Soros in a flashier red Mercedes-Benz.

Maybe it was the spirit of the Annapolis peace conference that drew the men together.

Or perhaps the media attention on Annapolis was one reason they hoped their lunch would go unnoticed.
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I wonder what's going on.
Nothing good, I'm sure. Soros hasn't a charitable cell in his body regarding Bush.
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When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. --Thomas Jefferson
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WarBicycle Wrote:I wonder what's going on.

I wonder if anyone cares?
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John L Wrote:I wonder if anyone cares?
Here is one time that you and I will agree, John. Mark one tally mark on your calendar. Wink1 :lol:
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Grizzly Wrote:
John L Wrote:I wonder if anyone cares?
Here is one time that you and I will agree, John. Mark one tally mark on your calendar. Wink1 :lol:
Hmmmm. Telling.

Yes, people care. This forum isn't the whole universe.
Solo~

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. --Thomas Jefferson
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SoloNav Wrote:Hmmmm. Telling.

Yes, people care. This forum isn't the whole universe.
Fine, Solo. I know it's not. Now maybe you and the lady next door might wish to meet one another at your picket fence and gossip about something else.

Tell me something, Solo.

When George Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton get together to have lunch, is there something unethical or immoral about that? :?
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Grizzly Wrote:
SoloNav Wrote:Hmmmm. Telling.

Yes, people care. This forum isn't the whole universe.
Fine, Solo. I know it's not. Now maybe you and the lady next door might wish to meet one another at your picket fence and gossip about something else.

Tell me something, Solo.

When George Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton get together to have lunch, is there something unethical or immoral about that? :?
I really don't give those two equal weight. apples and oranges and over simplification.
Solo~

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. --Thomas Jefferson
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SoloNav Wrote:I really don't give those two equal weight. apples and oranges and over simplification.
Okey dokey then. You answered my question. Wink1
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I care and I can explain what the deal is. Bush is sliding downhill in the war between his ears or as a Christian I would say in his soul. It's fairly common for leaders to go this route under extreme pressure.

He is caving into the cosmos. That's the New Testament Greek word for the "world thought system".

George Soros is the current icon of it and sounds real good to Condy and George W about now. Sooner he is retired,the safer America will be.

I wish we had just 1 term for any leader.
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