Skip to comments.Newsweek Defends Obama's Leisure But Mocked Bush's Working Vacations at Texas Ranch
Posted on 08/16/2010 10:21:05 AM PDT by Nachum
While Newsweek's David Graham is hard at work defending President Obama's summertime leisure -- "A Short History of Presidential Vacation Outrage" -- by insisting that the press corps always complains about any president's vacation habits, it's instructive that he failed to indict his own magazine. "War on terrorism stalled, economy on precipice, time for a month on the Crawford ranch." Accompanied by a disapproving down arrow, that's how the August 5, 2002 Newsweek feature "Conventional Wisdom" derided President Bush's working vacation a mere three months before midterm elections in his first term.
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They must be bucking for a bailout.
Newsweek only hires lying, data rigging, leftiPerv cornholios.
And when Bush went after Saddam and got the WOT “un-stalled” in 2003, those slimebags didn’t like THAT, either. Who reads that rag anyway???
NewsWeak was sold for $1. OVERPRICED!
Since his inauguration, Zero has played 60+ rounds of golf, taken 10+ vacations, yet managed to attend a church only ONCE..Indeed, on Sundays, after getting “religious messages” on his Blackberry, he goes off to play golf...to a media blackout..
“economy on precipice” from 2002.
Being we ended up with a roaring economy, with a unemployment (in FL which had another Bush bro as governor) at 3.5, the stock market ended up at 14000 before they were done - I would say that is ample proof Bush and our conservative Congress knew how to get our economy moviing.
Zero’s now been at it a year and a half, and with the Dec congresses help we’ve practically seen our economy destroyed.
“Newsweek Defends Obama’s Leisure But Mocked Bush’s Working Vacations at Texas Ranch”
There’s not even a feeble attempt to hide the hypocrisy.
Is newsweek still publishing anywhere besides my dentist’s office ?
Sunday isn’t his holy day.
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