Bush's private Idaho

DITORIAL DESK | August 24, 2005, Wednesday

My Private Idaho

By MAUREEN DOWD (NYT) Op-Ed 807 words
Late Edition - Final , Section A , Page 17 , Column 6

ABSTRACT - Maureen Dowd Op-Ed column reports that George W Bush, most rested president in American history, left his ranch to spend time 'hangin' loose' in Idaho, as gas guzzles toward $3 a gallon and soldiers die in Iraq, where US seems to be delivering fundamentalist state and caving on women's rights; notes that Bush finally mentioned war dead, as his lastest rationale, offering twisted logic that young soldiers have to keep dying because so many others have been killed already.

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