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G.W. was MIA

Pistol Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 2:12 AM
Shortly after re-election, Bush tried deal with the unfunded entitlement time bomb of social security and Medicare. He was castigated by the Dems, ignored by the public and abandoned by his party. I can just see him, after 6 months of shoverling against the tide, of saying to himself OK folks, you want business as usual, you got it. And here comes the wave of left wing nanny government advocacy ending in TARP. I think he stayed out because he's a nice decent honest guy who got sick of the beltway. J C Watts and Dave Weldon did the same thing, walked out of safe seats because they couldn't stand the smell.
Magna Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:26 AM
You got it Pistol -he is enjoying his life as a civilian and working with the Wounded Warriors and other such projects -more than the self centered egotistical one we have now. I'm so pretty -feed my ego -all about me.- You dare question me! Off with your head !
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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