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Posted on 08/05/2015 10:00:49 AM PDT by Olog-hai
President George W. Bush, rather than President Barack Obama, will be best remembered for a legacy of having helped the African people, a Nigerian civil rights activist and attorney said on Tuesday.
President Bush will really be remembered as the president who had the most impact on Africa of the last three presidents, said Emmanuel Obege. I think (theres) no doubt about it. [ ]
When President Bush visited Africa he launched an initiativea presidential emergency program for AIDS relief, which was meant to help combat a major pandemic that was taking so many lives, Obege said.
And for many of us who were there, who rejoiced to see what President Bush did, it was sad for us to see President Obama go to Africa and for the second year running his primary objective was sexual imperialism, where he was calling on Africans to legalize gay marriage.
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Obama warned Nigeria not to declare Boko Harem a terrorist organization.
Glad to see this title, Bush was very popular in Africa, in Africa and some other departments, he did do well.
We may have even held back the previous Nigerian government from fighting BH better.
Sperm Stain Hussein needs to just come out the closet.
I was on the ground when Bush visited Liberia.
They loved the man.
To put it more directly: W. Bush gave Africa what they desperately needed and wanted; Obama gives Africa nothing, but demands they embrace what he wants, something they know is harmful.
Obama might as well encourage Africa to smoke more American cigarettes, because he has invested in a tobacco company.
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