Bush's real legacy

Grantsburg, WI

#2 Apr 26, 2013
"Eugene Robinson"

A "Token" Reporter at the Leftist Rag, who is much beloved at the Demokrats Number one Media Arm of the Propaganda Bureau, MSDNC.

Here we have a guy that is engaged in Droll'athons every day with Christingle Matthews, and Rachey Madcow.

You finally posted the source for your Propaganda, and sure enough, it is from the Official Outlet of the Demokrat Politburo, in Washington, DC


Seattle, WA

#3 Apr 26, 2013
The New York Times:

All five living presidents gathered in Texas Thursday for a feel-good moment at the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, which is supposed to symbolize the legacy that Mr. Bush has been trying to polish. President Obama called it a “special day for our democracy.” Mr. Bush spoke about having made “the tough decisions” to protect America. They all had a nice chuckle when President Bill Clinton joked about former presidents using their libraries to rewrite history.
But there is another building, far from Dallas on land leased from Cuba, that symbolizes Mr. Bush’s legacy in a darker, truer way: the military penal complex at Guantánamo Bay where Mr. Bush imprisoned hundreds of men after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, a vast majority guilty of no crime.

It became the embodiment of his dangerous expansion of executive power and the lawless detentions, secret prisons and torture that went along with them. It is now also a reminder of Mr. Obama’s failure to close the prison as he promised when he took office, and of the malicious interference by Congress in any effort to justly try and punish the Guantánamo inmates.

Eugene Robinson at The Washington Post looks at George W. Bush's real legacy:

Bush didn’t pay for his wars. The bills he racked up for military adventures, prescription-drug benefits, the bank bailout and other impulse purchases helped create the fiscal and financial crises he bequeathed to Obama. His profligacy also robbed the Republican Party establishment of small-government credibility, thus helping give birth to the tea party movement. Thanks a lot for that.

As I’ve written before, Bush did an enormous amount of good by making it possible for AIDS sufferers in Africa to receive antiretroviral drug therapy. This literally saved millions of lives and should weigh heavily on one side of the scale when we assess The Decider’s presidency. But the pile on the other side just keeps getting bigger.

Grantsburg, WI

#4 Apr 26, 2013

Is there a reason you felt a "Need" to re-post the Cut/Paste from another poster on the Thread?

Did you Feel that nobody knows where the "Blame Bush, not Poor King Barry and the Demokrat Children" Propaganda came from?

We KNOW why you Sheeple repeat the Talking Points, there is no need to Re-post another's post

Duh, much?

Seattle, WA

#8 Apr 27, 2013
There once was a pirate named Consistence Bates who attempted to rumba on skates, he fell on his cutlass which rendered him nut less and so it was useless on dates !


Grantsburg, WI

#9 Apr 27, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
There once was a pirate named Consistence Bates who attempted to rumba on skates, he fell on his cutlass which rendered him nut less and so it was useless on dates !
Just get help, and stay away from Children!

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