George W. Bush writing a book

George W. Bush writing a book

There are 1820 comments on the cnnwire.blogs.cnn.com story from Mar 20, 2009, titled George W. Bush writing a book. In it, cnnwire.blogs.cnn.com reports that:

Former President George W. Bush is writing a book focusing on defining decisions he's made in his personal and political life, a publishing house announced Thursday.

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“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#612 Mar 21, 2009
A cyber troll calling me an idiot? I think we have that on backwards.
Skombolis wrote:
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No, he said "he would love nothing more than to" It constitutes as a hypothetical about a situation that has no realistic chance of taking place. You however, constitute as an idiot! What were you going to do, alert the CIA? Haha! Sorry, although Bush has destroyed the constitution and most our civil liberties, free speech is one he still hasn't completely gotten rid of yet!

“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#613 Mar 21, 2009
If only there were more of you who know the truth in cali.
BlacknProud wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, Pres CLinton agreed and so did all the other democrats. But Pres Obama did not, he likes terrorists, he is very close to Hamas.

“GO BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

Columbus, OH

#614 Mar 21, 2009
Why don't you do some research on the fannie mae incident? That away you have facts before calling people liars.
Mr_Bill wrote:
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You are a total liar. You must be a neo-0conservative.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#615 Mar 21, 2009
Done That wrote:
<quoted text>The Bush tax cut lowered all tax rates:)Even yours. Will you say the taxes were raised when the Bush tax cuts expire?
I have nothing against taxes. I don't know how the heck people think anything can be done without people paying taxes. But I also feel the rich should be taxed at a higher rate (than they already are) and the loopholes closed. As a society, it is our responsibility to take care of our weakest members. We also live in a free democracy that allowed people to have the opportunity to become rich. Rich people are not bad people and they worked hard and deserve their money (greedy CEO's, fraud, etc not-withstanding). But a society has certain responsibility to its people and why shouldn't the ones that benefitted the most from it, have the most resources, and can afford to pay more without any hardship not be required to give more? To me, they owe that because they were able to become rich is a society that believes in capatalism but also taking care of all its citizens.

“Blazing Skies!!!”

Since: Sep 08

Planet Mirth

#616 Mar 21, 2009
Quoted from #460 above: "Is it true that retarded inbreds think they're geniuses??"
history teacher wrote:
Bush was one of the best pres we ever had,he is right behind Reagen,,,I promise you in 4 yrs you will see the deeds of the worst pres we have ever had.....
our country is going to really see bad times due to the deeds done by this pres who does not know what being a pres means he only ran cause he was black no pres does it all right but this one does it all wrong you'll see the change you get is not going to be for the better.we need a christian to lead this country and put prayer back in to our schools and pastors who cuss our nation out of our churches!pray for Amercia!
One could not ask for a more perfect placement of two posts.#460 asks the question and this one answers it affirmatively in spades through illiterate example, with the screen name of History Teacher to boot.

HT - find the punctuation and caps keys on the keyboard or step away from it. Or is this post by the man himself. GWB, good to see you're getting in some practice. The syntax of his last sentence has that W way of expressing a mental tickle (can't rightly accuse him of having a thought).
God IS LOVE

Neptune Beach, FL

#617 Mar 21, 2009
It will be a coloring book, I hear!

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#618 Mar 21, 2009
Matt from Columbus wrote:
A cyber troll calling me an idiot? I think we have that on backwards.
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Sorry buddy, I think someone who tries to say somebody was making a serious threat against an ex-president because of a hypothetical joke is the very definition a cyber-troll! Ignoring the fact that you are so stupid that you think somehow he could get Bush, Cheney, Rush, and O'relly all in a room and attack them, what were you going to do if he said he was serious? Were you going to call the CIA so they could see what a whack job you are?! Haha. Be honest, why did you ask him if he was making a threat? Haha, really, what was your response going to be? I am sincerely curious! I know you won't tell me though because you know how stupid it will sound but who knows, I'll see if you actually answer my question instead of go off on an irrelevant rant.
aud

Barre, VT

#619 Mar 21, 2009
Any word on whether Bush is still drinking?

“Gray Wolf Club”

Since: Dec 07

Hog Thief Valley, Arkansas

#620 Mar 21, 2009
Booger Pickin Idiot wrote:
Who's he gonna sell it to. Trailer folks in Arkansas don't read too good....
Not to worry. Remember the book the Clinton's wrote together with the publisher giving them an 8 million dollar advance?

Politicians get their pay offs in mysterious ways.
The REAL Deal

Ithaca, NY

#621 Mar 21, 2009
How? He's never READ a book.
Mike

Lilburn, GA

#622 Mar 21, 2009
Skombolis wrote:
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Notice you said "rarely are" and "most often aren't" not never. Conspiracy theories are called just that because they can't be proven. Doesn't mean it isn't true. Now I am not saying I know an election was stolen but it scares me that even the smallest possibilty exists. It is much more secure to activate a credit card than to vote for the President. With a credit card, you have to call from your own phone, use a password, give your ss# and you can verify your activation online. We have no paper trail when casting ballots on almost all the machines currently used. No way to even verify your vote was recorded, recorded correctly, or by the person that cast it. I think in today's modern technology, it is absolutely insane we don't have a more secure system of voting.
I absolutely agree with you. It is insane that the process isn't more secure. But everytime someone offers a process, like voter ID's that would help improve the system, someone takes it to court and prevents it from happening. And it is usually a liberal group that does so. Why?

“Liberal and proud of it.”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#623 Mar 21, 2009
Sh1tbird wrote:
Potential Titles:
1) How to ruin a Superpower
2) The Ascent of The Common Man
3) How to run 9 companies into the ground and STILL become President
4) A Case for Legalized Abortion: The W Regime
5) George Bush: Merely Stupid, or Russian Agent?
6) The End of Conservatism
7) How to fool the religious right into voting for you
8) 8 years, 1 good idea
9) Puppet Regime: How to smile with Dick Cheney's hand up your ass
10) Being President for Dummies
LOVE #'s 3 and 9
What was the one good idea in #8?

Since: Jun 07

btwn L Erie and Ohio R,

#624 Mar 21, 2009
TerryL wrote:
"Spurious George"?
Notsocurious George.

Since: Jun 07

btwn L Erie and Ohio R,

#625 Mar 21, 2009
It will probably be published by the rightwing propaganda mill, Regnery. Bush's book will be
sold in lots of 1,000 -- and end up in Dollar
Tree.
chradgls

Gallipolis, OH

#626 Mar 21, 2009
I hope this book makes the best seller list! People don't realize what we've just thrown away! Thanks so much GW and Laura...you all did a great job!

Since: Jan 08

United States

#627 Mar 21, 2009
eric wrote:
telepromters any one,and you as***ole liberals have the balls to make fun of a real American? Oh thats right you liberals are tough behind a computer.
Why so serious?
Poi Boy

AOL

#628 Mar 21, 2009
I didn't know he knew how to write? Besides, who's going to read it? He can fill his library with it!!!!!!!!

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#629 Mar 21, 2009
Mike wrote:
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I absolutely agree with you. It is insane that the process isn't more secure. But everytime someone offers a process, like voter ID's that would help improve the system, someone takes it to court and prevents it from happening. And it is usually a liberal group that does so. Why?
I know with like Voter ID's liberals have fought it because they feel it discriminates against the poor, who most often tend to vote Democrat. Because the cards cost like $20 or $30 to obtain (State ID, people who don't have cars might not own a drivers license, etc)and they feel people may not vote that otherwise would have if they have to pay for the ID. I personally think people shouldn't have to vote in person (what if they can't get transportation, get off of work, etc). It seems like there should be a way to vote by phone, use your ss# and a password that you register when you get your Voter Registration and then be able to go online and login with that same info to see your ballot was correctly recorded. Maybe there is stuff I am not thinking of for why hat wouldn't work but I have to believe there is some way to do it.
Dick Chani

Edmond, OK

#630 Mar 21, 2009
America just keep on Defacating republicans out of our country. They have gone from Hero to Zero in less than a year. George and his pant suit wearing Ho are gone for good. Don't buy this unless you can steal one and then wipe your butt good with it and flush twice.
sueki

Cape Coral, FL

#631 Mar 21, 2009
smd10 wrote:
Does he know how to write? Because he sure does not know how to speak - duh
condi coming over the weekend to help while his wife shops for writing paper

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