Skip to comments.GOP magic trick:Making George W. Bush vanish
Posted on 06/20/2011 6:02:23 PM PDT by KantianBurke
NEW ORLEANS Republicans head into 2012 united in their disdain for an unpopular, Big Government-loving, internationalist president.
The name of that president: George W. Bush.
From Capitol Hill to the statehouses to the presidential primary, Republicans are turning their back on almost every important accomplishment of the Bush administration.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
And his brothers, and his nephew...
Let’s play, change the subject!
“Big Government-loving, internationalist”
Is that the 1st time a non-conservative publication has conceded that point?
Liberals want to talk about the petty thefts of Bush, instead of the bank robberies of Obama.
I wish they’d get rid of the US/Mexico Partnership for Prospertiy Agreement, New Alliance Task Force and the provision in the USA PATRIOT Act allowing banks to accept the Matricula Consular card as valid ID as well as tearing up the Social Security Totalization Agreement with Mexico...
Bush beat Kerry fair and square. Get over it.
P.S. How’s Obama’s poll numbers lately?
Once again, Bush-haters left and right unite to try to divide conservatives.
(I wonder how many will fall for this little game?)
With "conservatives" like Bush, who needs liberals?
The biggest question is why the liberals so despised this nanny stater...Could they be just power crazed Statists, always greedy for More ?
And PRESTO!! Much to the delight of the liberals, they bring him back with the nomination of Rick Perry!! EXCELLENT JOB GOP!!
Exactly. Bush and Obama are identical liberal twins.
Name one good thing that came out of that boneheaded move....
And the bots don’t want to defend Medicare Part D, No Child Left Behind, free money for AIDS in Africa, Harriet Miers, “See you at the signing” Amnesty....
Face it. Enabling bad behavior has caused this country plenty of harm. Looks like the GOP wised up. So should Dubya’s lackeys.
I would really like it if John McCain would would disappear.
Not really a question.
They despised him because he had character. They despised him because he was a patriot. They despised him because he was pro-business. They despised him because he had moral values. They despised him because he cut taxes. They despised him because he was pro-life and pro-marriage. They despised him because he defended America against Islamofascism and didn't apologize for our strength.
Not really a question at all....
| John Derbyshire: Eight Wasted Years
...Margaret Thatcher used to talk about the ratchet effect. When the Left gets power, she said, they drive everything Left; when the Right gets power, they slow the Leftward drive, perhaps even halt it for a spell; but nothing ever gets moved to the Right. U.S. politics in the 21st century so far bears out this dismal analysis. What does the Right have to show for eight years of a Republican presidency? I supported George W. Bush in 2000 because I thought he had a conservative bone in his body somewhere. I supported him in 2004 because I thought him the lesser of two evils. At this point, I wouldnt let the fool park his car in my driveway. Bruce Bartlett was right, every damn word...Bill Gertz interview on Hannity and Colmes
Gertz: Well he casts himself as a compassionate conservative and I argue that he's neither. That his administration is neither. He's done tremendous damage to the conservative movement...
It’s so touching when libs worry about the future of the Republican Party.
Looks more like the left is still trying to divide the GOP, and trying to destroy conservatism.
Seems like there are others who need to 'wise up' about this little leftist ploy.
Bush is still President???? Damn, who knew?
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