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Defending the Man Who Disrespects Our Troops

Reported by Deborah - December 20, 2004

Michael Reagan and Graham Allison were on tonight with Ollie North and Alan Colmes to discuss the effectivness of Donald Rumsfeld. No surprise that Michael Reagan and North were jumping through hoops defending Rumsfeld especially on the armor issue.
12/20/04 9PM

Ollie North seemed surprised that Republicans were coming out against Rumseld. Reagan quickly tried to discredit the opposing voices like McCain suggesting that maybe he wants Rumsfeld's job adding that Rumsfeld "is loved by the President and the military."

Colmes showed a clip of Rumsfeld trying to explain the lack of armor during his infamous interview and Michael Reagan quickly rose to his defense with an unrelated story about the assassination attempt against his Father, saying that the secret service told him "There is no way to protect your Father from the crazies." North added that the vehicles without armor were made during the Clinton administration.

comment: Michael Reagan has got to realize that just evoking his Father's name is not always enough.His defense was so totally unrelated to the issue that he completely embarrassed himself but what else is new. Last week I saw Ollie North on another Fox show, right after the Rumseld interview, saying "We have got to do better" concerning getting armored vehicles. Now that Bush has supported Rumsfeld, Fox is bound to agree but all North could do in defense of this disrespect for our troops, is blame Clinton

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