Our recurring feature in which Gama News political experts Amiço and Chiwawa Boy of The José Trio discuss and debate each other on current world news and events

January, 2002
The State of the Union

Amiço and Chiwawa Boy

Hola, everyone! Instead of Chiwawa Boy and I arguing back and forth, we decided to simply listen to President Bush's State of Union address and add our comments along the way.

Si. We felt the speech speaks for itself.

And here we go!

Mr. Speaker, Vice President Cheney, members of Congress, distinguished guests and fellow citizens:

And everyone whose votes I'm trying to win.

As we gather tonight, our nation is at war, our economy is in recession, and the civilized world faces unprecedented dangers. Yet the state of our union has never been stronger.


Which country is he talking about?

We last met in an hour of shock and suffering. In four short months, our nation has comforted the victims; begun to rebuild New York and the Pentagon; rallied a great coalition; captured, arrested and rid the world of thousands of terrorists; destroyed Afghanistan's terrorist training camps; saved a people from starvation; and freed a country from brutal oppression.

Yet we can't find one six-foot old guy with kidney disease.

The American flag flies again over our embassy in Kabul.

Well, I guess our embassy would be the perfect place for our flag to be, you jag-off.

Terrorists who once occupied Afghanistan now occupy cells at Guantanamo Bay.

"And I hate cell research."

And terrorist leaders who urged followers to sacrifice their lives are running for their own. America and Afghanistan are now allies against terror.

Until they blow us to Kingdom Come.

I like Alex Ross.

Why? Everyone he draws looks like they're seventy.

Well, that's just because he gives everyone a waddle.

We will be partners in rebuilding that country, and this evening we welcome the distinguished interim leader of a liberated Afghanistan: Chairman Hamid Karzai.

Who hates your Yankee redneck guts.

The last time we met in this chamber, the mothers and daughters of Afghanistan were captives in their own homes, forbidden from working or going to school.

Like in Texas.

Today women are free

"...Until I outlaw abortion, that is."

and are part of Afghanistan's new government, and we welcome the new Minister of Women's Affairs, Dr. Sima Samar.

Say you...say mar.

Our progress is a tribute to the spirit of the Afghan people, to the resolve of our coalition and to the might of the United States military.

You know, the guys who lost Vietnam.

Well, that was Robin Williams' fault.

When I called our troops into action

"...I had no idea what I was doing."

Isn't this the same guy whose father got him out armed service?


I did so with complete confidence in their courage and skill. And tonight, thanks to them, we are winning the war against terror. The men and women of our armed forces have delivered a message now clear to every enemy of the United States: Even 7,000 miles away, across oceans and continents, on mountaintops and in caves, you will not escape the justice of this nation.

Unless you're Osama bin Laden.

Or the guys who hijacked the planes.

For many Americans, these four months have brought sorrow and pain that will never completely go away.

You mean, ever since the last election, right?

Every day a retired firefighter returns to Ground Zero, to feel closer to his two sons who died there. At a memorial in New York, a little boy left his football with a note for his lost father: "Dear Daddy, Please take this to Heaven. I don't want to play football until I can play with you again someday." Last month, at the grave of her husband, Micheal, a CIA officer and Marine who died in Mazar-e-Sharif, Shannon Spann, said these words of farewell: "Semper fi, my love." Shannon is with us tonight.

And she's packin' heat! Aaaiiigghhh!

What would happen if the terrorists bombed the chamber right now? Who would be in charge of the country?

I think if I follow the chain of command correctly, Batman.

Shannon, I assure you and all who have lost a loved one that our cause is just, and our country will never forget the debt we owe Micheal and all who gave their lives for freedom.

This is a pretty lame State of the Union. He's spending more time talking about other countries.

Our cause is just, and it continues. Our discoveries in Afghanistan confirmed our worst fears

What, you've been reelected?

Nada...that would indicate that he had previously been elected.

and show us the true scope of the task ahead. We have seen the depth of our enemies' hatred in videos where they laugh about the loss of innocent life. And the depth of their hatred is equaled by the madness of the destruction they design. We have found diagrams of American nuclear power plants and public water facilities, detailed instructions for making chemical weapons, surveillance maps of American cities and thorough descriptions of landmarks in America and throughout the world.

I have a map of Disneyland. Does that mean I'm also a terrorist?

Evidently so.

What we have found in Afghanistan confirms that -- far from ending there -- our war against terror is only beginning. Most of the 19 men who hijacked planes on September 11 were trained in Afghanistan's camps, and so were tens of thousands of others. Thousands of dangerous killers, schooled in the methods of murder, often supported by outlaw regimes, are now spread throughout the world like ticking time bombs set to go off without warning.

Well, that's a comforting thought. Essentially he's saying "We're screwed."

It's nice to know he's really stopping them.

Thanks to the work of our law enforcement officials and coalition partners, hundreds of terrorists have been arrested

And we've released all but one.

yet tens of thousands of trained terrorists are still at large. These enemies view the entire world as a battlefield, and we must pursue them wherever they are. So long as training camps operate, so long as nations harbor terrorists, freedom is at risk and America and our allies must not, and will not, allow it.

And we're really doing a great job now, huh? We chased bin Laden into a cave, and he still gave us the slip. Bra-vo.

Our nation will continue to be steadfast, and patient, and persistent in the pursuit of two great objectives. First, we will shut down terrorist camps, disrupt terrorist plans, and bring terrorists to justice. Second, we must prevent the terrorists and regimes who seek chemical, biological or nuclear weapons from threatening the United States and the world.

"We're only going after those who seek it. Everyone who already has access to anthrax is all right."

Didn't that last strain of anthrax that was found in the mail come from a cow in Texas?

Nada, I don't think Mrs. Bush had anything to do with it.

Our military has put the terror training camps of Afghanistan out of business

While our economy has put K-Mart, Tyco, and those cool Warner Bros. stores out of business.

yet camps still exist in at least a dozen countries. A terrorist underworld -- including groups like Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad and Jaish-i-Mohammed -- operates in remote jungles and deserts and hides in the centers of large cities.

So....they exist everywhere.

While the most visible military action is in Afghanistan, America is acting elsewhere. We now have troops in the Philippines helping to train that country's armed forces to go after terrorist cells that have executed an American and still hold hostages. Our soldiers, working with the Bosnian government, seized terrorists who were plotting to bomb our embassy. Our Navy is patrolling the coast of Africa to block the shipment of weapons and the establishment of terrorist camps in Somalia.

And to stop that filthy Humphrey Bogart.

My hope is that all nations will heed our call and eliminate the terrorist parasites who threaten their countries and our own. Many nations are acting forcefully. Pakistan is now cracking down on terror, and I admire the leadership of President Musharraf. But some governments will be timid in the face of terror. And make no mistake: If they do not act, America will.

America: Earth's bully!

Our second goal is to prevent regimes that sponsor terror from threatening America or our friends and allies with weapons of mass destruction.

But they'll still allow Canada to send us Behind the Music That Sucks.

Some of these regimes have been pretty quiet since September 11. But we know their true nature. North Korea is a regime arming with missiles and weapons of mass destruction, while starving its citizens.

Ah, so when the White House is blown to smithereens, we'll feel fortunate because we have Hardee's.

Iran aggressively pursues these weapons and exports terror, while an unelected few repress the Iranian people's hope for freedom.

Speaking of being unelected...

Iraq continues to flaunt its hostility toward America and to support terror. The Iraqi regime has plotted to develop anthrax and nerve gas and nuclear weapons for over a decade. This is a regime that has already used poison gas to murder thousands of its own citizens, leaving the bodies of mothers huddled over their dead children. This is a regime that agreed to international inspections, then kicked out the inspectors. This is a regime that has something to hide from the civilized world.

What? Stacks of porn? Bootlegs of Vic Morrow's death?

"Regime" must be the word of the day on his desk calendar.

States like these, and their terrorist allies, constitute an axis of evil, arming to threaten the peace of the world.

Trust me, you're not FDR.

By seeking weapons of mass destruction, these regimes pose a grave and growing danger. They could provide these arms to terrorists, giving them the means to match their hatred. They could attack our allies or attempt to blackmail the United States. In any of these cases, the price of indifference would be catastrophic.

"Either you pay us a million dollars, or we'll release those pictures of you and the goat!"

You know, if Harrison Ford was President, he'd be kicking some terrorist arse right now.

Our country needs to send Leslie Nielsen over there.

We will work closely with our coalition to deny terrorists and their state sponsors the materials, technology and expertise to make and deliver weapons of mass destruction. We will develop and deploy effective missile defenses to protect America and our allies from sudden attack. And all nations should know: America will do what is necessary to ensure our nation's security.

Like put a retarded hillbilly into office.

We will be deliberate, yet time is not on our side. I will not wait on events while dangers gather. I will not stand by as peril draws closer and closer. The United States of America will not permit the world's most dangerous regimes to threaten us with the world's most destructive weapons.

"That's my job!"

Our war on terror is well begun, but it is only begun.

Reportedly his speech writers were inspired to write this after watching someone's wedding video.

This campaign may not be finished on our watch, yet it must be and it will be waged on our watch.

But....you just said time is not on our side.

We cannot stop short.

Because that's Frank's move.

If we stopped now, leaving terror camps intact and terror states unchecked, our sense of security would be false and temporary.

Unlike now, huh? "Don't worry about the man eyeing up his shoes....strip search that black guy holding the Elmo puppet."

History has called America and our allies to action, and it is both our responsibility and our privilege to fight freedom's fight.

Fight freedom's fight? That would make us freedom fighter fighters?

Is that anything like an X-Wing Fighter?

Our first priority must always be the security of our nation, and that will be reflected in the budget I send to Congress. My budget supports three great goals for America: We will win this war, we will protect our homeland, and we will revive our economy.

It's nice to know we come last on his list of priorities. Our President, indeed.

September 11 brought out the best in America and the best in this Congress, and I join the American people in applauding your unity and resolve. Now Americans deserve to have this same spirit directed toward addressing problems here at home. I am a proud member of my party

Oh, c'mon! You didn't even know which party you belonged to until two years ago. If someone told you that you were a member of the Donner Party, you'd still be proud.

Ignorance is bliss.

yet as we act to win the war, protect our people and create jobs in America, we must act first and foremost not as Republicans, not as Democrats, but as Americans.

Well, when you lose the election in 2004, who are you going to blame? Americans, or Democrats?

It costs a lot to fight this war.

I highly doubt you're going to put up any money.

We have spent more than a billion dollars a month, over 30 million dollars a day

30 million times thirty is a billion?

Must be fuzzy math.

and we must be prepared for future operations. Afghanistan proved that expensive precision weapons defeat the enemy and spare innocent lives, and we need more of them. We need to replace aging aircraft and make our military more agile to put our troops anywhere in the world quickly and safely. Our men and women in uniform deserve the best weapons, the best equipment and the best training, and they also deserve another pay raise. My budget includes the largest increase in defense spending in two decades, because while the price of freedom and security is high, it is never too high: whatever it costs to defend our country, we will pay it.

You don't have a budget, you eediot!

The next priority of my budget is to do everything possible to protect our citizens and strengthen our nation against the ongoing threat of another attack. Time and distance from the events of September 11 will not make us safer unless we act on its lessons. America is no longer protected by vast oceans. We are protected from attack only by vigorous action abroad and increased vigilance at home.

And incompetent intelligence and leadership.

My budget nearly doubles funding for a sustained strategy of homeland security, focused on four key areas: bioterrorism, emergency response, airport and border security and improved intelligence.

Well, I guess you're gone then.

We will develop vaccines to fight anthrax and other deadly diseases.

"...like ringworm, polio, and hoof-and-mouth disease."

We will increase funding to help states and communities train and equip our heroic police and firefighters.

Even the LAPD?

We will improve intelligence collection and sharing, expand patrols at our borders

So that will increase protection along the Canadian border to what, four guards?

strengthen the security of air travel and use technology to track the arrivals and departures of visitors to the United States.

Why don't they just hire FedEx to keep track of airline passengers?

Homeland security will make America not only stronger

"...but it will also give cushy jobs to more of my friends."

but in many ways better. Knowledge gained from bioterrorism research will improve public health; stronger police and fire departments will mean safer neighborhoods; stricter border enforcement will help combat illegal drugs.

Speaking of drugs, how's the family?

And as government works to better secure our homeland, America will continue to depend on the eyes and ears of alert citizens. A few days before Christmas

"...I wrote to Santy Claus."

an airline flight attendant spotted a passenger lighting a match. The crew and passengers quickly subdued the man, who had been trained by al Qaeda and was armed with explosives. The people on that airplane were alert, and as a result, likely saved nearly 200 lives. And tonight we welcome and thank flight attendants Hermis Moutardier and Christina Jones.

Which of these two names did he screw up?

I think both of them.

Once we have funded our national security and our homeland security, the final great priority of my budget is economic security for the American people. To achieve these great national objectives -- to win the war, protect the homeland and revitalize our economy -- our budget will run a deficit that will be small and short-term so long as Congress restrains spending and acts in a fiscally responsible way.

You know....like sending a tax relief during a recession.

We have clear priorities and we must act at home with the same purpose and resolve we have shown overseas: We will prevail in the war, and we will defeat this recession.

"...just like my padre did....um, right?"

Americans who have lost their jobs need our help, and I support extending unemployment benefits and direct assistance for health care coverage. Yet American workers want more than unemployment checks, they want a steady paycheck.

They do? Gosh, I never would have known that if not for this man.

When America works, America prospers; so my economic security plan can be summed up in one word:





Well, unless you make us all members of your Cabinet...

Good jobs begin with good schools, and here we've made a fine start.

Yeah, schools were only doing well since this yahoo wormed his way into office.

Republicans and Democrats worked together to achieve historic education reform so no child in America will be left behind. I was proud to work with members of both parties -- Chairman John Boehner and Congressman George Miller, Sen. Judd Gregg -- and I was so proud of our work I even had nice things to say about my friend Ted Kennedy. The folks at the Crawford coffee shop couldn't quite believe it, but our work on this bill shows what is possible if we set aside posturing and focus on results.

Ted Kennedy is going to chew your proposed budget up and spit it out, and you know it.

There is more to do. We need to prepare our children to read and succeed in school with improved Head Start and early childhood development programs. We must upgrade our teacher colleges and teacher training and launch a major recruiting drive with a great goal for America: a quality teacher in every classroom.

This platitude is called "Jerking Off the Democrats in the Room."

Good jobs also depend on reliable and affordable energy. This Congress must act to encourage conservation, promote technology, build infrastructure, and it must act to increase energy production at home so America is less dependent on foreign oil.

Sigh....si, that would be a good goal....as it was since 1975!

Good jobs depend on expanded trade. Selling into new markets creates new jobs, so I ask Congress to finally approve Trade Promotion Authority. On these two key issues -- trade and energy -- the House of Representatives has acted to create jobs, and I urge the Senate to pass this legislation.

Oh, that's why a lot of people are out of work. We don't export to more countries that can't afford our products and goods.

Good jobs depend on sound tax policy. Last year, some in this hall thought my tax relief plan was too small, and some thought it was too big. But when those checks arrived in the mail most Americans thought tax relief was just about right.

Oh yeah, those sixteen dollars really helped. Gracias.

You got money?

Si, why? You didn't?

I still have student loans to pay. I haven't seen a tax refund in a decade.

Congress listened to the people and responded by reducing tax rates, doubling the child credit and ending the death tax. For the sake of long-term growth and to help Americans plan for the future, let's make these tax cuts permanent.

Hey, who was the last Prez to make promises about taxes...?

The way out of this recession, the way to create jobs, is to grow the economy by encouraging investment in factories and equipment, and by speeding up tax relief so people have more money to spend. For the sake of American workers, let's pass a stimulus package.

Speaking of "stimulus," I need to get some coffee. This guy could put a child with ADD to sleep.

This whole spiel sounds like a deleted scene from Roger & Me.

Good jobs must be the aim of welfare reform. As we reauthorize these important reforms, we must always remember the goal is to reduce dependency on government and offer every American the dignity of a job.

What would he know about dignity? He was beaten to a pulp by pretzels.

Americans know economic security can vanish in an instant without health security. I ask Congress to join me this year to enact a Patients' Bill of Rights, to give uninsured workers credits to help buy health coverage, to approve an historic increase in spending for veterans' health, and to give seniors a sound and modern Medicare system that includes coverage for prescription drugs.

Amiço? Where are you? He's getting to the crap about Medicare.

A good job should lead to security in retirement.

If you're already retired, you're screwed. Hey, Amiço! Are you coming back?

Si, I'm here. Was getting coffee.

I ask Congress to enact new safeguards for 401(k) and pension plans, because employees who have worked hard and saved all their lives should not have to risk losing everything if their company fails.

Gee, which company is he talking about?


Through stricter accounting standards and tougher disclosure requirements, corporate America must be made more accountable to employees and shareholders and held to the highest standards of conduct.

This is called "Please don't sue us."

What kind of coffee did you get?

Mocha Jalava.

Retirement security also depends upon keeping the commitments of Social Security, and we will.

Um...I guess there was going to be more to that part.

We must make Social Security financially stable and allow personal retirement accounts for younger workers who choose them.

In other words, "get your own account before I raid the fund."

Members, you and I will work together in the months ahead on other issues: productive farm policy, a cleaner environment, broader home ownership, especially among minorities, and ways to encourage the good work of charities and faith-based groups.

Isn't there supposed to be a separation between church and state?

Not in Texas.

I ask you to join me on these important domestic issues in the same spirit of cooperation we have applied to our war against terrorism.

Only a Bush would use a nation's time of tragedy to try to get his own crap passed.

During these last few months, I have been humbled and privileged to see the true character of this country in a time of testing.

Oh, you get humbled after watching Barney.

Our enemies believed America was weak and materialistic, that we would splinter in fear and selfishness. They were as wrong as they are evil.

They thought YOU were weak and materialistic, ya moron! Do you honestly think this would have happened if Clinton or Gore were in office??

The American people have responded magnificently, with courage and compassion, strength and resolve. As I have met the heroes, hugged the families, and looked into the tired faces of rescuers, I have stood in awe of the American people.

Gawd, what self-congratulating sap.


Ready to go on?

Hang on, C.B. Let me take a big sip of coffee first.

And I hope you will join me in expressing thanks to one American for the strength, and calm, and comfort she brings to our nation in crisis: our first lady, Laura Bush.


Hey!! Watch it, Amiço!

Sorry. What the HELL did she do???!!!!!

I see her and think of the noise a test pattern makes.

None of us would ever wish the evil that was done on September 11, yet after America was attacked it was as if our entire country looked into a mirror and saw our better selves. We were reminded that we are citizens, with obligations to each other, to our country and to history. We began to think less of the goods we can accumulate, and more about the good we can do.

So, he's saying it was a good thing??

For too long our culture has said, "If it feels good, do it." Now America is embracing a new ethic and a new creed: "Let's roll."

Talk about taking something completely out of context!

My new creed is "Bite me."

In the sacrifice of soldiers, the fierce brotherhood of firefighters and the bravery and generosity of ordinary citizens, we have glimpsed what a new culture of responsibility could look like. We want to be a nation that serves goals larger than self. We have been offered a unique opportunity and we must not let this moment pass.

Don't be selfish, says the guy who had the Presidency handed to him on a silver platter by his brother.

My call tonight is for every American to commit at least two years -- 4,000 hours over the rest of your lifetime -- to the service of your neighbors and your nation.

24 times 365 times 2 is how many hours?

A little over seventeen and a half thousand.

Apparently two years is a different amount of time to an alien.

Must be fuzzy math.

Many are already serving, and I thank you. If you aren't sure how to help, I've got a good place to start. To sustain and extend the best that has emerged in America, I invite you to join the new USA Freedom Corps. The Freedom Corps will focus on three areas of need: responding in case of crisis at home, rebuilding our communities and extending American compassion throughout the world.

So, he's pretty much deputizing Habitat for Humanity.

They'll be the next line of defense after the Naval Reserves.

One purpose of the USA Freedom Corps will be homeland security. America needs retired doctors and nurses who can be mobilized in major emergencies, volunteers to help police and fire departments, transportation and utility workers well-trained in spotting danger.

He's looking for old doctors and park rangers?

Apparently he thinks our next enemy will be Grandma the Clown.

Our country also needs citizens working to rebuild our communities. We need mentors to love children, especially children whose parents are in prison

"...or will be executed by me."

and we need more talented teachers in troubled schools. USA Freedom Corps will expand and improve the good efforts of AmeriCorps and Senior Corps to recruit more than 200,000 new volunteers.

To hell with the laws saying teachers need to be qualified!

And America needs citizens to extend the compassion of our country to every part of the world. So we will renew the promise of the Peace Corps, double its volunteers over the next five years, and ask it to join a new effort to encourage development, and education and opportunity in the Islamic world.

"...and be used as tempting, tempting bait."

This time of adversity offers a unique moment of opportunity -- a moment we must seize to change our culture. Through the gathering momentum of millions of acts of service and decency and kindness, I know: We can overcome evil with greater good.

Si, we will be able to wipe evil completely off the planet! No more differences between anyone ever again!


And we have a great opportunity during this time of war to lead the world toward the values that will bring lasting peace.

"Think of it as an attempt to get all of them to act just like us."

America has become the Borg Nation.

All fathers and mothers, in all societies, want their children to be educated and live free from poverty and violence. No people on Earth yearn to be oppressed

What about submissives?

or aspire to servitude

Alfred the butler?

or eagerly await the midnight knock of the secret police.

José!           José!

If anyone doubts this, let them look to Afghanistan, where the Islamic "street" greeted the fall of tyranny with song and celebration. Let the skeptics look to Islam's own rich history, with its centuries of learning and tolerance and progress.

And ease of conquering.

America will lead by defending liberty and justice, because they are right and true and unchanging for all people everywhere. No nation owns these aspirations, and no nation is exempt from them.

"Well....maybe France."

We have no intention of imposing our culture

Oh no, not America!

but America will always stand firm for the nonnegotiable demands of human dignity: the rule of law

"...unless you're one of my daughters."

limits on the power of the state

"...unless you're Arabic."

respect for women

"...unless you want to work, vote, or have control over your body."

private property

"...unless you're an Indian."

free speech

"...unless you're titling an Austin Powers sequel."

equal justice

"...unless you're running for President."

and religious tolerance.

"...unless you're not white."

America will take the side of brave men and women who advocate these values around the world, including the Islamic world, because we have a greater objective than eliminating threats and containing resentment. We seek a just and peaceful world beyond the war on terror.

Yeah right, as long as everyone does exactly what we say.

In this moment of opportunity, a common danger is erasing old rivalries. America is working with Russia, China and India in ways we never have before to achieve peace and prosperity. In every region, free markets and free trade and free societies are proving their power to lift lives. Together with friends and allies from Europe to Asia, from Africa to Latin America, we will demonstrate that the forces of terror cannot stop the momentum of freedom.

Until Castro bombs us all to hell.

The last time I spoke here

"...most people were watching Buffy."

I expressed the hope that life would return to normal. In some ways, it has. In others, it never will. Those of us who have lived through these challenging times have been changed by them.

And are regretting ever voting for you.

We've come to know truths that we will never question: Evil is real, and it must be opposed. Beyond all differences of race or creed we are one country

Si, race and creed never separated this country before....

mourning together and facing danger together. Deep in the American character there is honor, and it is stronger than cynicism.

What if you're proud to be a cynic, like Bill Maher or that pooping talking dog?

Many have discovered again that even in tragedy -- especially in tragedy -- God is near.

He's queer!

Get used to it!

In a single instant we realized that this will be a decisive decade in the history of liberty

Si! The next Lord of the Rings movie's gonna rock!

that we have been called to a unique role in human events. Rarely has the world faced a choice more clear or consequential.

Because this country has never been at war before.

Our enemies send other people's children on missions of suicide and murder.

Unlike the Draft.

They embrace tyranny and death as a cause and a creed.

I love Creed! What about you, Amiço?

I'm more of a BNL fan.

We stand for a different choice, made long ago, on the day of our founding. We affirm it again today. We choose freedom and the dignity of every life.

Texas executed how many people last year?

Steadfast in our purpose, we now press on. We have known freedom's price; we have shown freedom's power, and in this great conflict, my fellow Americans, we will see freedom's victory.

And hopefully, we will see it without your ugly chimp face.

Thank you, and may God bless the United States of America

God is an atheist.

Well, Chiwawa Boy, what did you think?

How did this guy become President?

Did you see the broadcast when he entered? Not exactly the thunderous applause and ovations that Clinton used to get.

With Clinton we had a reason to applaud. This guy, on the other hand....

You know, a lot of people take elections for granted. You and I cannot vote because we're not citizens yet, but I would have given my right arm to keep this imbecile out of the White House.

Si, and it was our state that was the deciding factor!

Who would you like to see become President?

Martin Sheen. What about you?

Kevin Kline, but only if he needs to fill in for Michael Douglas.


Let's get out of here.


By the way, is "rhetoric" spelled with one or two h's?

H?? None!

What about r's?


Sounds like fuzzy math.

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