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Was George W. Bush a "Bad" President?

Wendy60 Wrote: Apr 28, 2013 6:07 PM
If Bush hadn't taken the policies he did, there would be nothing that the progs could do to make the American people disillusioned. He failed because of his own actions.
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Was George W. Bush a "Bad" President?

Wendy60 Wrote: Apr 28, 2013 6:06 PM
Katrina
Dave, your argument is inherently dishonest because if I deny that I have had abortions, then it is like I am acknowledging that they are inherently immoral. But you are right that I have a conservative nature. My comments seem "cold" to you because you have crazy ideas on this subject and are unopen to reason. I truly do not understand your mentality. People kill animals all the time for food and so forth. We kill in war. I don't understand this sudden feminine-nurturing mentality in males when it comes to fetuses. Our culture will end if men lose their objectivity.
Excuses to whom? She does not owe anybody an explanation or an excuse. If she wants to get an abortion, she has the right to get one.
Anti-abortionism is INCONSISTENT with freedom and individual rights. It seeks to enslave a woman to a fetus, to turn her into an incubator against her will. And people know it on some level, even though they weasel word their opinions in front of anti-abortion fanatics like yourself because they don't want to set you off. A fetus is not a person, wishing cannot make them something they are not, and by spending all this time on the issue, you are not only distracting attention away from other issues like Cantorcare, immigration, Islamism, and how government should be rolled back, but you are advocating for a principle that is in direct conflict with rolling back government.
Sure, Earl, that's it. It can't be that Townhall writers are rank incompetents at advocating for free markets and analyzing political issues from a free market perspective. It must be the case that I simply don't want to know that there were fetus feet in pickled jars or spine spinning or autonomic gasping or toilet flushing. Right, that's it, Earl, such things are naturally my greatest concern in life, and I'm really going to change my mind on abortion freedom because there was a gruesome abortion doctor somewhere doing these things. That must be my motive. It can't possibly be that after days of Gosnell running top story, I truly want Townhall to start focusing on the hot topics concerning our NATIONAL DECLINE.
Abortion freedom was the original state of affairs in this country. There were no anti-abortion laws until the 1800's. The anti-abortion movement has had its day, and those days are gone.
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Was George W. Bush a "Bad" President?

Wendy60 Wrote: Apr 28, 2013 4:56 PM
I am tired of Bush getting a free pass for his enormous evil because people like him or think he is a good guy. He talked to veterans and their families, he loved them, and he said pro-American things, so, gee, who cares if he destroys all of what he claims to love? His intentions seem good, so let's give him a gold sticky. He should have dropped out of the race to Steve Forbes.
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Was George W. Bush a "Bad" President?

Wendy60 Wrote: Apr 28, 2013 4:53 PM
rmt5, you don't know what you are talking about. Bush was a compassionate socialist ideologue. He failed ideologically, bureaucratically, fiscally, militarily, and existentially. He almost single-handedly destroyed the Republican brand and changed the country for the worse. His failures are directly responsible for the election of Obama and everything that Obama has done. He was not up to the task, and he knew he wasn't, but he insisted on getting into the seat of power anyway. He was a mediocrity who wanted to be loved for his good-heartedness. Then he surrounded himself with the worst possible advisors who flattered him, the Straussians. The scale of destruction left by him is enormous.
Doherty/Townhall, why is this the main story? Are you that intellectually defunct that you've got nothing else, ever? Are you incapable of analyzing real political issues? Most of you are very young, so the answer is probably "yes." You don't understand complicated things, so you harangue on the easy, concrete issues. While your country goes into real decline. If this Gosnell/late-term abortion angle doesn't manage to turn the tide of public sentiment, will you then drop it? Because that would seem to be proof that you lost and can never get the public to reject abortion. You are also calling millions of Americans monsters and murderers. Aside from it defying reality, I've noticed it's not going over well with the general population.
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