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How about a peaceful nonviolent protest when he comes to town?

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

RICE in Middle East and Europe: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will travel to the Middle East and Europe from June 17-23, 2005. Secretary Rice will visit Ramallah, Jerusalem, Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia to discuss regional peacemaking efforts, support for democracy and reform throughout the region, and counter terrorism. The Secretary will then travel to Brussels for the International Conference on Iraq, where representatives from over 80 nations and international organizations will come together in support of the Iraqi Transitional Government and its effort to build a free, democratic, and prosperous Iraq. The Secretary will proceed to London for the Ministerial Meeting of the G-8 in preparation for the July G-8 Summit. [Department of State, 6/13/05]

BUSH in Washington DC, 9:10am: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister Phan Van Khai of Vietnam to the White House on June 21. The visit marks the tenth anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic ties in 1995 between the United States and Vietnam. Prime Minister Khai will be the most senior Vietnamese official to visit Washington since that time. The two leaders will discuss ways to further strengthen cooperation on a range of bilateral, regional and international issues. This meeting is particularly timely in light of Vietnam's hosting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings in 2006. [White House, 5/27/05, 6/20/05]

Bush in Washington DC, 10:15 am: THE PRESIDENT participates in the Swearing-in Ceremony

for the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, EEOB Room 450 | The White House, EXPANDED POOL COVERAGE [White House, 6/20/05]

BUSH in Washington DC, 11:55 am: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks via satellite to the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting, Map Room, The White House, CLOSED PRESS at The White House, OPEN PRESS at The Convention [White House, 6/20/05]

ROVE in New Jersey: State Republican chairman Tom Wilson said. Karl Rove, President George W. Bush's top adviser, will be in the Garden State on June 21 for two fundraisers, White House spokesman Ken Lisaius said. [Bloomberg, 6/7/05]

*NEW: ROVE in Rumson, NJ: The National Republican Committee announced that the NJGOP Governor's Club is planning to hold a cocktail reception on Tuesday at a private home in Rumson featuring Karl Rove, President Bush's most important political adviser, along with Mr. Forrester. [New York Times, 6/19/05]

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

BUSH in Lusby, MD, 9:40 am: THE PRESIDENT tours Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power

Plant, Lusby, Maryland, POOL COVERAGE [White House, 6/20/05]

BUSH in Lusby, MD, 10:05 am: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks on Energy and Economic

Security, Lusby, Maryland, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/20/05]

Thursday, June 23, 2005

BUSH in Silver Spring, MD, 9:50 am: THE PRESIDENT participates in a Conversation on, Strengthening Social Security, Silver Spring, Maryland, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/20/05]

Friday, June 24, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC, 10:10 am: THE PRESIDENT meets with the Prime Minister of Iraq, Oval Office, The White House, STILLS AT TOP [White House, 6/20/05]

BUSH in Washington DC, 11:25 am: THE PRESIDENT participates in a Joint Press Availability with the Prime Minister of Iraq, East Room, The White House, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/20/05]

Saturday, June 25, 2005

ALLEN in Manchester, NH: Virginia Sen. George Allen will be the featured speaker at a luncheon for the Federation of Republican Women arranged for June 25 at the Center of New Hampshire Radisson Hotel in Manchester. [New Hampshire Union Leader, 6/9/05]

*NEW: ROMNEY in Boston: Romney will host the New England Gov's Forum 6/25 at a Red Sox game and "well-heeled donors, lobbyists and executives" who can pay $50K to have "a day of close, casual access" to Romney and five GOP govs, "raising money" that the Gov's Assoc. "can use to finance" GOP GOV campaigns across the U.S. Romney's activities with the Gov's Assoc. "are part of his plans to raise his national influence and build political ties" around the U.S. "as he moves towards a decision whether to run for" WH '08 [Phillips, Boston Globe, 6/20]

Monday, June 27, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC: The President will welcome German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder to the White House for a meeting and working lunch on June 27, 2005. Germany is a strong ally and partner of the United States, working with us to advance freedom and reform, promote prosperity and development, and counter

terrorism and proliferation around the world. Germany has played a leading role in the international effort to assist the Afghan people with security, developing the police, and reconstructing their nation. [White House Press Briefing, 5/20/05]

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC: The president is expected to make remarks about Iraq on June 28, the one-year anniversary of the transfer of sovereignty to the Iraqi people. [AP, 6/16/05]

July 4, 2005

SANTORUM: Sen. Rick Santorum releases book "It Takes A Family" [ABC News, 6/10/05]

July 6, 2005

BUSH in Denmark: President Bush will travel to Denmark prior to his participation in the Group of Eight (G-8) Summit in Gleneagles, Scotland in the United Kingdom. The President's bilateral program in Denmark will take place on July 6, 2005. Denmark is a close friend and ally of the United States, and Prime Minister Rasmussen is a strong proponent of effective transatlantic cooperation. [White House, 5/25/05]

July 18, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the White House on July 18. The visit marks the next stage in the expanding and deepening U.S.-India relationship, building on the recent high-level exchanges and initiatives between the two governments. The two leaders will touch on all aspects of U.S.-India cooperation including economic, energy, and strategic elements. [White House, 6/3/05]

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If we can have normal relations and trade with Vietnam, where 58,000 Americans died needlessly then why not normal relations with Cuba????

Talk about insane foreign policy!

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