Bob Dole and White House Monday 2nd March 2009 at the presentation of Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius as his Secretary of Health and Human Services and Nancy Ann DeParle as Director of the White House Office for Health Reform in the East Room of The White House Washington DC, USA
Bob Dole Saturday 3rd November 2007 Former Senator and WW II veteran, Bob Dole, met with members from 'Honor Flight,' a non-profit organization that brings vets to the World War II Memorial Washington, DC
Jack, 17, went into a rehab clinic earlier this year (03) after giving in to the temptations of drugs and alcohol.
And during his recovery time, Jack happened to tune into news show 60 MINUTES, where he listened to Dole say, "Does Hollywood still think Ozzy OSBOURNE is funny now that he's shipped his underage son off to rehab? America is awash in reality TV and the reality is, it's debasing and degrading."
Continue reading: The Osbournes Attack Bob Dole
Dole called Reality TV stars The Osbournes "dysfunctional", and asked his
60 Minutes debating opponent Bill Clinton, "Does Hollywood still think Ozzy
OSBOURNE is funny now that he's shipped his underage son off to drug rehab?"
A furious Kelly, who has skipped past press at recent functions to avoid
talking about her brother JACK's rehab spell, has hit back, "It's ridiculous
that they should frame him as a national issue.
Continue reading: Kelly Blasts Bob Dole Over Osbournes Attack
American politician Bob Dole is possibly the last person in America to
discover the OSBOURNES - and he despises them.
Dole blasted rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his foul-mouthed clan on TV show 60
MINUTES on Sunday (04MAY03).
In his ongoing series of point-counterpoints with Bill Clinton, Dole
asked, "Does Hollywood still think Ozzy Osbourne is funny now that he's shipped
his underage son (JACK) off to drug rehab? America is awash in reality TV. And
the reality is
it's debasing and degrading."
Continue reading: Bob Dole Slams The Osbournes
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