We have some dedicated Bush haters here — read DO’s post 43.
One cannot reason with someone who thinks “Bush nearly destroyed the nation”.
Look, you can take Obama to task for not turning things around, and I’ll join you. I agree with that. But it’s another thing totally, to turn a blind eye to what our own team did.
Bush handed off a national disaster to Obama.
And as much as Bush and his sports fans like to say Congress wouldn’t cooperate on a lending industry fix, he had a Republican House and Senate until 2006.
I don’t give a damn what you say to me, you need to at least be honest with yourself.
Bush WAS responsible for what he handed off.
If Obama had handed off that situation to Bush, are you telling me you would have attacked Bush for it being his fault? There’s no way in hell you would have done that, and you damn well know it.
I supported W through two elections. His diligence in protecting this country from terrorism is unparalled. W, however is and was not a conservative. He never claimed to be. The closest he ever got to it domestically was his ‘compassionate conservatism’ campaign theme.
His collaboration with Teddy on education, his attempt to set foot on the amnesty path, and his prescription medication expansion of Medicare/Medicaid attest to his misguided dream that one could actually work with liberals to accomplish something substantive. His fault in this arena was that he believed liberals are actually honorable.
Lastly, W’s most egregious act was to creat the Department of Homeland Security and the TSA who will, if unchecked, actually destroy us from within.
Had that stupid amnesty plan of his passed he would have destoyed the country.Just how blind are you?Are you sure you are at the right wedsite?