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50 Shades of Bush Blame

HermanBB Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 11:14 AM
Don't forgot the idiotic, clueless Bush is thankfully out of office but his catastrophic mistakes lives on. We still have 30,000-40,000 terribly wounded soldiers that will need round-the-clock medical care for the next 50 -60 years because of his insane decision to start those 2 fiascos in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Daddio7 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 3:00 PM
Do you have any figures on the cost of Kennedy and Johnson's war, and links to your post demanding their accountability?
Phil697 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:52 PM
You are so right, the wars did cost us dearly, one scratch let alone the horrific injury's, are too much for us to have happen to our great kids who serve in the all volunteer military. But up till now we have fought these battles rightly or wrongly on foreign soil. Its coming here and would likely have come sooner if we did nothing. I can't wait till they take away all our guns, the gangs and the robbers will be the least of our problems. When we are turned in to a gun free zone we will quickly become another Lebanon or maybe afganistan with the Shiria law, oh it will be great....If Saddam was not taken out he would have likely had nukes and the myan calendar would have been a late estimate on the end not a premature estimate.
Wolfman3 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:44 PM
I agree. No true conservative could support the Iraq invasion.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 1:26 PM
and he killed the dinosaurs too and gave you hoof in mouth

Our topic today is how George Bush destroyed America. Or, more precisely, how the Left says he did. Naturally, their solution is for America to join the ranks of European social democracies. It’s the only way to not to repeat “the mistakes that got us here in the first place.”

The Left and their Old Media amplifiers tell a simple story: George Bush inherited frrm Bill Clinton a strong economy and a balanced budget. He proceeded to commit national arson by deregulating Wall Street, cutting taxes for the rich, and fighting two needless wars.

The...