A problem with your timeline. It was HIS congress till 2007 and by 2007 it was too late. Now he managed to get his priorities done like minority homeownership and Invading Iraq, but somehow didnt get this reform through republican congress??
Don't forget the huge push for amnesty.
This makes it crystal clear. You support socialism and Barack Obama.
None of your claims make any sense.
Your best argument is that the Republican Congress could be blamed.
That has been obvious to everyone who is actually a conservative. It is particularly acute in the Senate.
But to attempt as you have to deliberately deceive conservatives on these boards that Bush advocated giving loans to people who cannot make the payments is a flat out lie.
If Bush were a “tool” he would not have advocated for changing the laws 17 times. My notes are not mere speeches, these are direct consultations with Congress.
Who got more Black votes and Hispanic votes— McCain or Bush?
The correct answer is Bush. I am not here to encourage the permanent formation of socialism in America— which you clearly are.
You keep reducing Bush’s advocacy to mere motion of some hidden machine that makes Bush a socialist. You refuse to look at facts and evidence and you refuse to specify your conspiracy. That is self destructive to conservatism.
McCain bashed Bush to the hilt. That argument failed. That argument brought Obama to power.
The facts are not on your side.
You don’t want to directly challenge democrats, the President and the Media because you know it would be too hard. You want to play your “independent” card to lighten your rhetorical load with your democratic friends. You don’t support conservatism because you deny all aspects of Bush’s conservatism. You refuse to acknowledge good arguments and resort to your conspiracy hidden machine arguments.
Bush was dead on arguing for mortgage reform and spot on for directly confronting Congress about it. 2007 was not too late to stop the current crisis and makes the Democrats absolutely and exclusively the blame for the current crisis. This betrays your point of not supporting democrats.
You do support the democrats because you argue they could not have stopped the crisis in 2007.
That means that in February of 2009, Obama can stand unchallenged in the well of the Congress and say that he inheirited these problems and the same Democratic Congress who created these problems can stand up and give him a standing ovation!
That is the absurdity of the times we live in and the foolishness of your arguments. You are prepared to stand and cheer with the Democratic congress because you also in your own BDS way agree that the 2007 Democrats had NO capacity to adopt mortgage reform and prevent the current crisis.
How much are you paid?