Skip to comments.Opinion President Obama Should Have Thanked Bush for His Middle East Vision In His Libya Speech
Posted on 03/29/2011 7:01:48 AM PDT by jodiluvshoes
Monday night President Obama took to the airwaves to rebut the criticism and confusion surrounding his decision to send U.S. troops to Libya.
It was an interesting speech, but a lame attempt to make the Libyan circumstances seem unique to his presidency.
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If liberal land, all things Republicans do is evil, all things Democrats do is good. It's as simple as that.
Bush the Younger's Iraq campaign would have been unnecessary had it not been for Clintoon’s callous indifference to the responsibilities of the office and his haphazard and ineffectual methods in dealing with Hussein.
People are we ever going to get it?
Bush resulted in Obama and Bush handed Obama the keys to taking over private industry.
The Bush camp continues to trash conservatives, when are people going to wake the heck up that Bush was a disaster that led to the biggest disaster?
It’s time that Republicans face the facts on the ground that Bush knew how radical Obama was yet through handed him the most executive authority in the history of the country.
If this nation goes back to the Bush era we are cooked folks, plain and simple.
I think most want to go back to the Reagan era. I don't hear many pining about the Bush days.
Thta’s the first thing I thought when I tuned into the last part of the speech. He reieterated the bush dcoctrine of “domino democracy” and supporting burgeoning liberation movements in the middle east.
When I heard him say he consulted a “bipartisan group of congress” I wondered what the hell he was talking about.
who? a co-worker claims he “advised” Congress what he was doing.
Note: this topic is from 3/29/2011. Thanks jodiluvshoes.
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