FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. – August 22 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Author and Gospel singer Bob Miller (www.bobmillerwrites.com), a registered Republican who has been attacked several times and even suffered a superficial knife wound after making an anti-Bush speech in 2004 that became widely known and published as “Democracy Took the Day Off” said today.
“Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel had better exercise a little more caution about attacking the policies of the Bush administration. I’ve been there and done that. The good senator just about matched my theme word for word, and I don’t care if he is a U.S. Senator and future presidential candidate, he bleeds just like the rest of us.”
Miller was referring to Senator Hagel’s comments about Bush’s handling of the war in Iraq. “We should start figuring out how we get out of there,” Hagel said on “This Week” on ABC (news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050821/ap_on_go_co/us_iraq_5).
Miller went on to say, “These people play hardball, and you’re either for them or against them. You can get your throat cut at an ATM for a few bucks. In this case, we’re talking billions, maybe trillions. I came home from a business trip and found my wife in the bathtub dead from gunshot wounds. The killer had even placed our little poodle in her lap and shot him as well. My wife’s name could now be added to a very long list of people who have been murdered by a conspiracy so monstrous Americans cannot believe it exists. Had the masterminds of President Kennedy’s assassination been brought to justice, the World Trade Center would still be standing.”
“Be very careful Senator Hagel; the last thing you need is to have this group of people you’ve been supporting turn on you. I would suggest that you talk with either Karyn Kupcinet, Grant Stockdale, Charlene Fitsimmons, Gary Underhill, Bill Hunter, Jim Koethe, Tom Howard, Dr. Mary Sherman, Mary Pinchot Meyer, Lisa Howard, Suzy Miller, Dorothy Kilgallen, Margaret Smith, Guy Bannister, David Ferrie, Roger D. Craig, William Sullivan, William Pawley, David Morales, Thomas Karamessines or John Paisley, but they’re no longer available. You could talk to former (R) govenor of Nebraska, Norbert Tiemann, if he’s still alive. It is for certain he knows more about this than I do since, for whatever reason, he along with the late James Rhodes former (R) governor of Ohio and Ronald Reagan former (R) governor of California was opposed to the extraditions of Gordon Novel, Edgar Eugene Bradley, and Sandra Moffett McMaines.”
“I personally think that William Jefferson Clinton just might be one of the luckiest men ‘alive,” concludes Miller. “What do you think, Senator Hagel?”
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