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G.W. was MIA

TheHeretic Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:10 PM
It's about time someone made this point. The Bush Administration had a defensible record but it has to be defended. A record cannot defend it self. And the point man for that defense must inevitably be the leader of the Bush Administration - Bush. The Nation has been greatly damaged because of Bush's refusal to speak up. Most disgusting of all, Bush didn't even stand up for members of his Administration when they were threatened with criminal prosecution by the Obama Administration. I voted for Bush both times but I'm disgusted with his refusal to stand up for himself. To Sheol with W.
Bigdogoffthechain Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 9:27 PM
Well, apparently, you missed it when the President said, upon departing the office, that he was retiring to private life and had no intention of being involved in politics. He said it in plain, simple English prose. So get over yourself.
arpiem Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 9:14 PM
He was told to stay out of the picture, probably by the great genius, Carl Rove.
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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