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G.W. was MIA

silas2 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 4:01 PM
I really didn’t expect President Bush to come to the aid of Romney. He never fought back against the accusations and outright lies that were thrown at him when he was he was in office. He never returned fire. It’s hard to respect someone that let people push them around.
Kenneth405 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 4:30 PM
I agrre. Republicans are not up for a Fight. Ihave a hard time with the factsthat the entire republican party is not aware of.
If you read the following books you will discover that the 2008 Monetary Crash was caused by policies of the Clinton Administration. Hud chief : Andrew Cuomo, Treasury Sec. Robert Rubin & Larry Summers + the revolving door between Washington & Wall Street.Congress persons: Maxine Waters, Barney Frank, & Christ Dodd. The ugly stuff did not show up until 2007 when Pelosi and Reid were in charge

"The Sellout" by Charles Gasporino
"Bought amd Paid For" also by Charles Gasparino
"The Great American Stickup" by Robert Scheer
jkash1776 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 5:36 PM
RINO. Very nice man and the way the vets revere him proves it, but definitely a RINO, with immigration and ethanol and the steel bailout and the senior medicare debacle stark proof.

Newt and Sununu and Palin, if given even a little support, had a message that HAS resonated with every college they've visited.
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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