The fat little liar is at it again, I see.<quoted text>
The economy was doing just fine until the democrats screwed up the housing loan crisis, you nose picker.
Bush was President, but had no power, eh?? You wear your ignorance like a tailored suit.
Care to talk about Bush's scandals?? You seem focused on misdemeanors from a staffer of Clinton's that occurred several years after Clinton left office.
And you stupidly accuse others of bias, while you're the most biased idiot on this thread??
Not working, Lorac. Doesn't matter how many times you change your name, your lies come shining through.
Let's jog your memory, fool;
* Bush sits with schoolchildren for seven minutes after being informed on September 11, 2001 that U.S. is under attack; several days later his administration over-rides the FAA ban on air travel and has bin Laden's relatives and other wealthy Saudis flown out of U.S. "for their safety."
* White House vigorously opposes creation of the 9-11 Commission.
* Bush and Cheney finally appear before 9-11 Commission together, and censor report's findings on Saudi involvement in attack.
* Judge Advocate General under Gen. Tommy Franks forbids a Predator Drone direct strike on Taliban leader Mullah Omar in first few hours of Afghan war. The hunt for Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden is then delegated to Afghan rebels in Tora Bora. Both terrorists escape and are still at large when Bush leaves office seven years later.
* Drug companies get their way as 2003 Medicare Bill prohibits government from negotiating lower prescription drug prices for seniors.
* U.N. weapons inspectors kicked out of Iraq when they find no Weapons of Mass Destruction; Bush administration uses "mushroom cloud" scare and false story of Iraqi involvement in 9-11 attacks to gain American support for Iraq invasion.
* U.S. military defends Iraqi Oil Ministry while Baghdad museums are looted of priceless antiquities.
* Iraqi army disbanded by Coalition Provisional Authority head Paul Bremer, over objections of Gen. Garner. This throws 250,000 angry, armed Iraqis out of work, creates insurgency and helps enable flow of foreign fighters into Iraq. Asked later about how the decision was made to disband the Iraqi army, Bush says he can't remember.
* Halliburton (Dick Cheney, former CEO) secures war contracts worth billions of dollars by sealed, noncompetitive bids.
* American troops travel in unarmored Humvees and have to buy their own body armor.
* Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld forced to stop sending "killed in action" condolence letters signed by autopen after an outraged father complains to his Congressman and it comes out in a hearing.