I pile on Bush a lot. In this instance I think his infraction was appointing or relying on the wrong people to do his research as to who would be a sound judicial pick.
He hasn’t got the time to do this himself. Even Reagan had some of the same problems. It has been my take that his staff wasn’t always as in tune with his policies as even he would have liked.
While Bush may be a victim of the same thing, I still don’t think Bush was a died in the wool Conservative. May have a been a nice guy, but he was just lost on some subjects.
For you and I, the Conservative mantra pretty much spews when a subject comes up. With Bush, he had to sit back and think about it, and then he still got it wrong all too often. That’s not good.
I agree, who was his chief of staff , that is the person at fault. my guess is this guy may have been recommended by John Mcpain.
He comes from a political dynasty that's relied on Big Government for generations. Maybe he appointed a pro illegal alien, hispandering person in his own image.
The fact that GW turned on the Swift Boat Vets confused me but later when he let RINO Mack and Dem Breaux squander Tax Reform, I knew then that Bush was completely controlled by his father and his liberal wife.
The Bush family is part of the NWO and the US Aristocracy. They have deep ties to the CIA and all the international trade and off book banking (private placement) controlled therefrom. They are world citizens first, Americans second; same as Obama.
Puh-leaze! Bush knew exactly was he was doing. He and his entire family are hard core Globalists that have done everything in their power to undermine our Constitutional Republic and the future of this nation. If Bush could have gotten away with it he would have rounded up every Third-world illiterate he could find south of the border and ship them up here by cattle car.
This naivety among conservatives is downright dangerous and is the reason our country is in so much peril.