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G.W. was MIA

FreedomMom Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 12:50 PM
Where were all of you defending GW? You all just hung him out to dry and then expect him to turn around and stump for you. He wasn't perfect, but he was a good man who loved this country and was president during a very difficult time. I think he must have felt that after all the rhetoric he would not be an asset to the election. Either way, if he was there or not there, you could blame him for the failure to win.
WestTexan Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 3:25 PM
Correct, as disappointed as I was in W (I never did like, nor trust his father) who did govern in Texas rather well, he is a kind and decent man (as is Romney). When you're beaten up so bad, it would tend to make one gun-shy. W could have veto'd all the manure the RINO Congress threw his way, but he didn't.
Democrats have been blaming George W. Bush for the last four years.

Now I think it's time for Republicans to start blaming George W. for the next four years.

For a week we've been pinning last week's debacle on everything from Mitt Romney's moderation to low Republican turnout.

But the most important Republican who didn't turn out to support Romney this fall was George W. Bush.

You can make an honest argument that G.W. was as much to blame as anyone else for our being unable to defeat an incompetent incumbent of historic...
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