Bush: No "jubilation" at bin Laden's death

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Former President George W. Bush, who has mostly avoided the spotlight since leaving office, signs copies of his memoir "Decision Points" in Dallas last year.

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Lapis Lazuli

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No jubilation at bin Laden's death...because he wasn't the one that got him. Mission accomplished...by Obama.
911 was an inside job

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Lapis Lazuli wrote:
No jubilation at bin Laden's death...because he wasn't the one that got him. Mission accomplished...by Obama.
What mission is that? Mission MINDFK?
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Lapis Lazuli wrote:
No jubilation at bin Laden's death...because he wasn't the one that got him. Mission accomplished...by Obama.
Yeah right,...

Since: Dec 07

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Lapis Lazuli wrote:
No jubilation at bin Laden's death...because he wasn't the one that got him. Mission accomplished...by Obama.
Ah, the gullible left.

What he did say (from National Geographic who are doing a special)

"I felt a sense of closure. And I felt a sense of gratitude," Mr. Bush said when asked about Bin Laden's death for the National Geographic Channel's special tied to the 10th anniversary of September 11th, according to a press release.

Though Mr. Bush's official statement following Bin Laden's shooting included phrases like "victory for America" and "justice will be done," the new account gives a fresh and decidedly less straightforward take.

In the interview, his statement about jubilation was included with the fact he wasn't going to take credit away from the Seals, Army, CIA, and even President Obama.

It's called class, something you on the left can use.

"I didn't... feel any great sense of happiness. Or jubilation," he says in the special according to the channel, which also includes personal stories and sentiments about the traumatic events surrounding 9/11 from the president who receded quickly from the spotlight.

“getting closer to home...”

Since: Aug 08

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Funny pug

i know far to many New Yorkers, including first responders, who are happier than hell,dancing in the streets..[just like they did in IRAQ on 9/11] you know the ones we saved.. for this reason....

W. Washingtons
M. Monatary
D. Depletion.

my bust it spends on.. as Bush had a 102 acre Embassy built in IRAQ? the worlds largest for our country, and no way can be secured, by only 5000 troops,another Bush folly...we will pay for in foreign aid, for the next 200yrs.. to a country that makes 80 billion yearly, or far more.. so why are we paying them, for there freedom? Ask Bush.

ya the WMDs we were looking for, we spent. i doubt you got the balls, to tell a New Yorker that OBL is, a murdered Foreign Political Leader by Obama.Right? This is why Bush ain't happy,we killed his waste of American money,[to a select few pockets], and lives,then he got caught in the wrong country, and failed to kill or capture, the Frankenstein his daddy created, as per Mrs.Bhutto's warning to him in 81.After billions in funds, and billions in American military hardware, like the Stinger. thousands of hours training by the worlds best. the SAS,only cause the Americans on the ground, were recon, and snake eaters, leading killing parties,and dying. just to be left in the sand.

Frag anyone who ain't happy OBL is dead.

BTW
OBL IS NOT, AND NEVER WAS.. A FOREIGN POLITICAL LEADER??? LET ALONE MURDERED...

Now i know why he ain't happy, his failure will look bad... when Jeb Bush runs for president...yup that's, the answer to this...

“The Buybull is innerrrent.”

Since: Jun 08

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Jul 27, 2011
 
Well there was no jubilation at Bush leaving office, either, because that didn't undo the tragedy.

“You gonna eat that?”

Since: Apr 07

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Jul 27, 2011
 
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
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Ah, the gullible left.
What he did say (from National Geographic who are doing a special)
"I felt a sense of closure. And I felt a sense of gratitude," Mr. Bush said when asked about Bin Laden's death for the National Geographic Channel's special tied to the 10th anniversary of September 11th, according to a press release.
Though Mr. Bush's official statement following Bin Laden's shooting included phrases like "victory for America" and "justice will be done," the new account gives a fresh and decidedly less straightforward take.
In the interview, his statement about jubilation was included with the fact he wasn't going to take credit away from the Seals, Army, CIA, and even President Obama.
It's called class, something you on the left can use.
"I didn't... feel any great sense of happiness. Or jubilation," he says in the special according to the channel, which also includes personal stories and sentiments about the traumatic events surrounding 9/11 from the president who receded quickly from the spotlight.
It's class alright. Third class.

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Jul 28, 2011
 
Yahweh wrote:
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It's class alright. Third class.
You and your two boyfriends wouldn't know any level of it. Hang in there, sunshine.

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