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Tuesday July 5, 2005
BUSH in Denmark: President Bush travels 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]

Wednesday July 6, 2005
President Bush's Birthday

BUSH in Scotland: July 6-8, 2005: President Bush attends G-8 summit in Gleneagles, Scotland [ABC News, 6/22/05]

Thursday July 7, 2005
ALLEN in Columbia and Greenville County, South Carolina: Sen. George Allen (R-VA) will make his 2nd trip to SC this year. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) will host a fundraising event for him in Columbia and he will headline an event for Wilson afterwards. Allen will also appear at the Greenville County GOPers' "Bronze Elephant" dinner in the evening. [National Journal, 6/29/05]

NEW* SANTORUM in Washington, DC: Pennsylvania politicians will fight
Thursday to retain the state's military bases before a commission
charged with advising Congress and President Bush on which ones should
close. The Pentagon recommended in May that the Willow Grove Naval Air
Station outside Philadelphia and the Pittsburgh International Airport
Air Reserve Station close. About 1,600 jobs are at stake. Sen. Rick
Santorum, R-Pa., Sen. Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and
others will speak. [AP, 7/5/05]

Friday July 8, 2005
ALLEN in Charleston, South Carolina: Sen. George Allen (R-VA) will
headline a GOP breakfast in the Charleston area. [National Journal,
6/29/05]

Tuesday July 12, 2005
BUSH in Washington, DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister Lee
Hsien Loong of Singapore to the White House. This will be Prime
Minister Lee's first visit to Washington since becoming Prime Minister
last August, though the two leaders met last November on the margins of
the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Santiago. The President
will discuss strategic and trade cooperation with the Prime Minister, in
addition to other issues of mutual interest. [White House, 6/28/05]

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]

NEW* HUCKABEE in Des Moines, IA: Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) will be
named NGA chair at the conclusion of the annual meeting in Des Moines,
Iowa. [AP, 6/9/2005]

July 19, 2005
BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister John
Howard to the White House on July 19th. A critical ally and partner,
Australia continues to work with the United States to combat terrorism,
stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and promote peace
and freedom. President Bush looks forward to discussing with Prime
Minister Howard important regional and international issues and ways to
further deepen and broaden bilateral relations between the United States
and Australia. [White House, 6/24/05]

July 21, 2005
BUSH in McLean, VA: President Bush will appear at a fundraising dinner
at the McLean home of a prominent Jerry Kilgore supporter, the former
Attorney General who easily won the Republican nomination for governor
in June. [AP, 6/15/05, CNN, 6/29/2005]

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wouldn't it be wonderful if you could list a date the bush will be handcuffed, schackled and driven off to jail?

Yes it would,along with a few others!

Press release in Istanbul on June 27th, 2005 from the World Tribunal on Iraq (WTI):
http://www.worldtribunal.org/main/?b=93

Sign the WTI Initiative (just in time for "W's" BD;o):
http://www.worldtribunal.org/main/?b=47

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