Skip to comments.The Real Threat to Democracy
Posted on 12/08/2008 11:12:08 AM PST by Victory111
Last week, Fox News reporter Chris Wallace rightfully challenged Ron Howards comparisons of George W. Bush to Richard Nixon, whose illegal behavior while president led to his resignation. Howard, who is director of the new film, Frost/Nixon, which chronicles reporter David Frosts interviews with the disgraced Nixon after he left office, seems to think, like many on the left, that George Bush was not only a bad president but a lawbreaker who should face investigation and possibly criminal sanction.
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Well said. Liberalism relies on ignorance for their support. Ron Howard....shame on you!
Unfortunatey BoB and Pelosi are too smart to try that. What they may do is continue to have congress investigate GWB to keep his name in the news. Like 1984 and Animal Farm, they need people seeing GWBs smirking face to enrage them and keep them blindly following BoB. And it got them two elections, why not try for three. Unless someone else in our party takes over as the scapegoat, hard to imagine being in minority.
Opie Aunt Bea should wash your mouth out with soap
Ignorance brought us Obama.
Weak and inarticulate Republicans who refused to correct liberal lies exacerbated the problem.
Shut up and make movies! sheesh!
LBJ didn't have to cover up. Few in the MSM cared one whit and most of the rest cheered.
“... seems to think, like many on the left, that George Bush was not only a bad president but a lawbreaker ...”
That’s because the left, as typified by the Democratic Underground, whose members spy on this forum and demonstrate their “superiority” to conservatives by the regular use of vile language (for example, JimRob becomes RimJob), have made it a habit to wallow in ignorance, stupidity and hate.
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