Skip to comments.Obama Bashes GOP on Immigration at Bush Library Address- The lowest of the lowlife as POTUS
Posted on 04/25/2013 12:42:40 PM PDT by bestintxas
At the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library, President Obama and former President Clinton took to the podium to praise Bush and in the process, stump for their version of immigration reform. Trying to leverage Republicans into handing over their principles by suddenly singing odes to the president he labeled the root of all evil, President Obama gushed over Bush reaching across the aisle to unlikely allies like Ted Kennedy with regard to his immigration reform effort.
He continued: Seven years ago, President Bush restarted an important conversation by speaking with the American people about our history as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants. And even though comprehensive immigration reform has taken a little longer than any of us expected, I am hopeful that this year, with the help of Speaker Boehner and some of the Senators and members of Congress who are here today, that we bring it home.
By using President Bush as a model of executive policy leadership, Obama betrayed what conservatives have known all along: on a vast variety of issues, Bush was closer to Obamas position than to the conservative position.
But Obama wasnt the only occupant of the Oval Office to spontaneously rediscover the greatness of a president so detested by the left that professional Bush-hater Michael Moore once sat in the presidential box with another former President Jimmy Carter. President Clinton used his opportunity at the lectern to praise Bush for his push for immigration reform. I want to thank you for your efforts, when president, to reform our immigration system, and keep America a nation of immigrants, and I hope that Congress will follow President Obamas efforts to follow the example youve set, he drawled.
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Bring them home? How about we SEND them home, hmmm?
no class whatsoever. not showing would have been a better idea
Nothing new. W went to Coretta Kings funeral and got a political diatribe against him. Leftists cannot leave politics alone. Their version of politics is their religion and it is all encompassing. It would have been more of a surprise if 0 had just kept quiet.
Even Jimmy Carter was gracious. Obama is beyond trash, he’s all rot.
Will this overly ripe piece of tripe ever quit campaigning?
Obama is like school in summer... No Class.
The proverbial turd in the punchbowl.
Yeah, I've discovered that myself.
Why was he even there? If I had been Bush, I certainly wouldn’t have allowed ZerO to speak at MY library opening.
GW Bush is a class act; BH Obama is a petty, small person.
Because the Bushes are gracious.
Obviously, much more gracious than I. I would have posted guards to make sure ZerO couldn't get in.
Take a dump in the punchbowl zero.
The constant campaigner...!
Obama is the big brown turd in the punch bowl...
No he won't & his poll numbers might have gone up due to low info voters & red meat to the commies. These commies know how to dumb down the sheeple & indoctrinate their philosophy. Seems that they now have convinced these RINOS to accept illegals.
I feel that before the next pres election there is going to be disasters to this once great nation that will even have libs in an uproar.
If you look up “cesspit scum” in the dictionary there will be a picture of Barack and Big Moo.
These two low bred grifters are lower than whale poop.
And Dana Perino didn’t think there was anything wrong with it. I swear she is a liberal,Rino.
Commie, drunk, muzzie for a daddy and a hippy slut for a mommy and well... obama.
LOL, as would I have. One thing I must say about GWB he and his family - they have remained gracious throughout everything they have been subjected to. They would not lower themselves to the dirtbag’s tactics.
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