Saturday, April 25, 2009

NEWS FLASH!!!


NEWS FLASH!!!

Hey Libs!
GEORGE BUSH AIN'T THE PRESIDENT ANY MORE! GET A NEW LINE!!

22 comments:

  1. I think they will name the next hurricane after George Bush. I mean he causes them all doesn't he?

    Great post.

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  2. He will be blamed for everything just like his daddy and Reagan and Ford and Nixon. Carter clearly didn't do anything wrong, nor clinton.

    If you can't feel the sarcasm rolling out of this post.....

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  3. Neither of them did anything wrong or right, bluepitbull. The Dems and Libs are already running for 2012. GOP needs to get moving...now.

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  4. They did plenty right, Lorenzo. That is if your talking about the Republican examples. No, that is exactly what the GOP does NOT need to do is get ready right now. You see how they are still beating up Palin? The GOP needs more time and for the stimulus to fail, then move in a REAL candidate. Not someone in the two houses, or steele, or even Jindal.

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  5. It is amazing to me they still don't get it or ever will I guess.

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  6. What that was sarcasim, hardly noticed.

    Just imagine if Bush would have done the same thing, blaming Clinton for the intel failurs after he gutted the NSA and CIA. Yeah,the media would have called him a whinner.

    Just like Obama is doing now,by blaming the last administration for the current problams.

    Dude,man up and handle it.

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  7. In a September 2006 interview with the New York Post editorial board, then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice received considerable attention for placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of President Clinton:

    "Nobody organized this country or the international community to fight the terrorist threat that was upon us until 9/11. ... We were not left a comprehensive strategy to fight al-Qaida. For instance, big pieces were missing, like an approach to Pakistan that might work, because without Pakistan you weren’t going to get Afghanistan."

    In a speech on Aug. 30, 2005, Bush said that three out of his four predecessors -- excluding his father -- didn't respond sufficiently to crises, which emboldened terrorists and led to 9/11:

    "They looked at our response after the hostage crisis in Iran, the bombings of the Marine barracks in Lebanon, the first World Trade Center attack, the killing of American soldiers in Somalia, the destruction of two U.S. embassies in Africa, and the attack on the USS Cole. They concluded that free societies lacked the courage and character to defend themselves against a determined enemy. … After September the 11th, 2001, we’ve taught the terrorists a very different lesson: America will not run in defeat and we will not forget our responsibilities."

    On the domestic front, Bush and his advisers also repeatedly said that they "inherited a recession" from Clinton.


    You Repubs have very, very short memories...

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  8. ....They concluded that free societies lacked the courage and character (balls) to defend themselves against a determined enemy. … After September the 11th, 2001, we’ve taught the terrorists a very different lesson: America will not run in defeat and we will not forget our responsibilities."....

    And just WHERE is the problem in that statement???

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  9. It's always a pleasure to read your blog. You make so much sense.

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  10. I'm not sure what the others were getting at. Maybe I didn't phrase it properly. All dem presidents do is blame republicans. Republicans spend 4 - 8 years cleaning things up so that people can forget and vote for another dem.

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  11. But, looking at it with clear eyes, I can see your point. Glad I'm off vicadin, it was a hazy 7 days.

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  12. You are asking an impossible request here, they will never let go of the Bush years! It will always be a point of blame even years down the road.....

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  13. shaw kenawe: there's a lot of difference in what you're citing and what your libdonk friends are saying as they blame the previous administration for everything from the lack of tp in the white house restrooms to cuba to iraq to afghanistan to the economy to congressional failures.....

    nice blog! found you via DD2.....pleasant place to visit! thanks for your service to this wonderful country of ours - folks like you help keep it so!

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  14. Thanks for joining my blog, but I think you meant to join my other one probably?

    The libs will never forgive GWB for his "crimes against humanity". They have yet to recover from Bush derangement syndrome.

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  15. I think that soon enough the libs will have to stop blaming Bush. As more of Obama's policies come into play. What I am waiting for is for this house of cards to come tumbling down. When it does, the left will point their fingers at the right and say,"you didn't do enough to stop this".

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  16. Hey Red...I just want to say thanks for being here and keep these great posts coming.

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  17. "Republicans spend 4 - 8 years cleaning things up so that people can forget and vote for another dem."

    You said that clear enough Blue, couldn't be more precise with that assessment,

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  18. Thanks, thought I was smoking banana peels or something.

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  19. shaw kenawe is so closed minded that you can't argue with her. Don't waste your time with her.....

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  21. Obama wanted the job, so do it! The liberals act as though they had no clue the job was going to be too much for him. lol They always blame and we always clean up their crap.
    I just love watching him screw up with his teleprompter, wonder if he blames Bush for those too?

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