Skip to comments.Bush to return to White House to unveil official portrait (May 31)
Posted on 05/19/2012 1:57:26 AM PDT by Libloather
Bush to return to White House to unveil official portrait
By ANI | ANI 25 minutes ago
Washington, May 19 (Xinhua-ANI): Former U.S. President George W. Bush is expected to return to the White House for the unveiling of his official portrait honored by sitting President Barack Obama later this month, both Bush's office and the White House confirmed Friday.
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Hopefully President Bush will kick the muslim tyrant, obama, out of the White House. Go in Mister President, then stay in the Oval Office, the world needs you.
I do miss President George Bush.
An European who wish obama out in November.
He’s probably gotten himself painted into the picture somewhere .... like he’s gotten himself inserted into the presidential biographies.
“Go in Mister President, then stay in the Oval Office, the world needs you.
I do miss President George Bush.”
“I’ve abandoned free-market principles to save the free-market system.”
No use in replacing one socialist with another socialist.
So had GW Bush stood by and watched as there was a complete collapse of the banking system you would be happy ?
The come from behind critics like you with your stupid glib answers are a dime a dozen
Watch what happens in Greece and imagine that happening here in a week and you will know what Bush was facing,
Id like to see one of you guys last 2 hours in the job of President as the alarm bells are going off
We were lucky Bush was in there when he was ,,,,we are unlucky with Obama in there now
I opposed the 2008 bank bailout and any subsequent or future bailouts of banks, Wall Street or the Auto companies.
The Free Market will always survive and thrive on its on and should never be abandoned for Socialism.
Also look at this part of the quote: “ to save the free-market system.
Did he do that?
As Obama continues to use a wrecking ball on it I have to say yes he did.
Do you want to argue that there is no longer a free market system?
Then move out and find a better place
The free markets can and do disappear just like everything else .
Youll know it when its gone
Even if he doesn't, a photo op (which the Lame Stream Media will plaster all over) will be and advantage for the Fascist, snake.
If we are being honest here, the troubles President Bush faced in 2008 were not the result of the ‘free market’, we were well past that point at the time.
The moderates would use Bush being polite to Obama at Bush’s official portrait unveiling as an excuse to vote for Obama??????????
What kind of moderates would these be?
If they are Republican moderates, they have Mitt Romney to vote for.
If they are Democrat moderates, why would they take their cue from George W Bush? Answer: they wouldn’t.
Big government traitor, just like daddy
Sure wish W would have waited till after November.
“Do you want to argue that there is no longer a free market system?”
America with the Wall Street bailouts, bank bailouts and GM and Chrysler bailouts of 2008 is no longer a free market system.
You simply can not save capitalism by imposing socialism and that is what both Bush and Obama attempted to do.
How did you feel about Ronald Reagan and the S&L bailouts?
“How did you feel about Ronald Reagan and the S&L bailouts?”
I feel that President Reagan was at his ranch enjoying retirement when President George H.W. Bush signed legislation bailing out the S&L’s.
Well you feel wrong
look up your history
1984: The Reagan administration assumed an 80 percent share of Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Co. This remains the “most significant bank failure resolution in the history of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,” according to an official FDIC history. In 1991 the government sold off Continental Illinois at a loss to the FDIC of $1.1 billion. This was the bailout that bequeathed the catchphrase “too big too fail.”
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