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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Dear George Bush, you are a Jabroni

Dear George Bush,

I read in Politico that you are unhappy with the Republican Party, and said so on the Today Show.

That stunned me.

This is the party that not only elected you president twice, but elected your father vice president twice and president as well.

5 times in 6 presidential elections, Republicans showed up at the polls and voted for a Bush. That is a remarkable tribute to Ronald Reagan, whose legacy you embraced and whose legacy your father exploited.

After leaving office you left politics, taking up painting and leaving behind a memoir that can best be described as an expression of embarrassment over your presidency.

For a dozen years, you eschewed the public eye, although you occasionally raised funds for the party and some of its candidates. You were the old soldier who faded away.

You remained silent as Obama pushed his inexplicably complicated and unnecessary Obamacare. Your silence on Benghazi was heard by some of us. We respected your right to just give up on politics and never speak again.

But now, after twice refusing to support President Donald John Trump, here you come to piss on his policies and his supporters.

I can understand your refusal to support the man who beat your brother Jeb! Blood is thicker than water. But that does not excuse you, because your silly silence emboldened Democrats. You should have taken the high road and accepted defeat. Instead, you sold President Trump out to build your esteem among those who called you Hitler as well.

Remember?

The opposite happened. Democrats and the rest of the Washington Establishment laugh at your feeble attempt to win favor in their eyes.

Meanwhile, you have abandoned and betrayed those who stuck by and defended you.

You told Today that the party is now "isolationist, protectionist, and to a certain extent, nativist."

But we haven't changed. We stayed the same. From Lincoln to Reagan, Republican presidents supported tariffs to protect our industries. It is called patriotism.

You said, "It’s not exactly my vision. But, you know, I’m just an old guy they put out to pasture."

But we did not put you out to pasture. You did. We wanted you to help us through the awful Obama administration, but you went back to Texas and forgot about us. We thought your absence was temporary. We waited and waited and waited for you to defend yourself and attack the Democrats who tried to destroy your policies.

You stayed on the porch.

Now you return to the center stage and attack us.

Democrats this summer rioted in city after city. You were silent.

You attacked your supporters for daring to enter the Capitol to protest the acceptance of what they viewed as a stolen election.

You said, "It did make me sick. I felt ill. And I just couldn’t believe it."

What about the hundreds of thousands of people who gathered at the National Mall to show their support for the Republican Party nominee -- just as they had supported you and your father 5 times.

Your continued support for illegal immigration is why you have put down the paintbrush and re-entered the arena, You are the Good Guy wrestler joining up with the Iron Sheik.

You should have stayed on the porch, because the Sheik considers you to be a Jabroni. On Twitter, he would tell you to GFY -- only spelled out and in capital letters.

Mister Bush, once you were the leader of a great nation. Now you oppose everything we thought you stood for. You join John Boehner in promoting yourself as a Repentant Republican who is on his knees begging for forgiveness from a Democrat Party that mocked you. I am sure psychiatrists have a term for this phenomenon. All I know is that it does not work.

You disappointed millions of people who voted for you. Attacking them is what you will be remembered for. Maybe we should have voted for Al Gore, a man who still supports his party and its voters.

To use the Iron Sheik's favorite pejorative, you are a Jabroni. 

And a turncoat one at that.

94 comments:

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    1. Perfectly stated. The only Bush worth her salt was Barbara, who in private I am certain despised the spineless men in her family. All the rest are parasites.

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    2. Barbara Bush was a old blue blood, New World Order,RINO maggot just like the rest of them. She exposed her true self with all the crap she spewed about Sarah Palin.

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    3. I can't stand any of them. I hated Laura Bush. she was always putting on that sickeningly sweet act and she was a vicious, back stabbing b!tch. Jeb! was a total buffoon with the Mexican midget wife too ugly to make it as a prostitute in Tijuana and had to lower herself to marry that loser.

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    4. I feel like he is looking out for his daughters interests in their lefty careers i think at this point that is what is paramount to him their success and his favoribility to them he has to do the woke thing for their benefit. Very sad

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    5. Barbara Bush was as RINO and NASTY as her family
      BARBARA BUSH (Wife of George H W Bush)

      1. "But why should we hear about body bags, and deaths, and how many, what day it's going to happen, and how many this and what do you suppose? Or, I mean, it's, it's not relevant. So why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that?"
      ~ Barbara Bush on the Iraq War persecuted by her Son, March 18, 2003
      2. Horrible. In Upcoming Book Barbara Bush Blames Trump for Her Heart Attack
      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/03/horrible-in-upcoming-book-barbara-bush-blames-trump-for-her-heart-attack/


      3. Barbara Bush says Sarah Palin is beautiful and needs to stay in Alaska
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpjW8aw0fhI

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  2. Can't wait to hear Karl Rove 'turdblossom' is back on Fox News. Not that I have watched it since November. The dems were correct - 43 was an idiot.

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  3. To the Iron Sheik everyone was a Jabroni! This coming from a guy who says he has a 10 inch...Dick doesn't believe him....Don, hit that button!!!!

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  4. Bravo! As was said "Roundup is best to control bushes".
    Don added 2-4D to the mix..
    I was a supporter of 43, no more ..

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    1. Still proud I didn't vote for that POS W, but I voted for his two POS opponents who thankfully never became president.

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  5. same with our scum

    cross posted at https://freedomaustralia.freeforums.net/thread/1057/bush-jabroni

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  6. The wife and I gave $5,000, five large, to the Dubya library fundraiser. THAT’S how much we were into the guy. We got a perfunctory thank you letter. No invites, no special deals, no nuthin. I guess that was chump change in his circles. Now who do I get a fundraising letter from last week? George Fooking Walker Bush. Mr. Sellout, lemme tell ya something: The personal hurt and betrayal I’ve felt because of your actions, and inactions, DO NOT GO AWAY EASILY. Go Fook Yourself, Dubya.

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    1. OUCH! The price you paid will never be forgot.

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    2. While going to college. In Arlington TX, the sob and his sub-human buddies sold Ranger stadium and refused to pay the city back millions they borrowed via bond. The entire class of apes need dealing with harshly.

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  7. The Iron Sheik should apply the camel clutch to Bush.

    Excellent post.

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  8. Failed to have a plan of what to do with Iraq after the US military won the combat operations much quicker than expected. He didn't have the grit to stay the course, created Fallujah, that cost American lives.

    Didn't have the political courage to continue to push the Guest Worker program, when there was a cost to him due to opposition.

    The more you consider G.W. Bush, the lower your opinion of him goes.

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    1. And I thought, surely, covertly, 43 was not letting the Iranians kill/maim our soldiers with IEDs. I was a fool to think that he cared.

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    2. You are correct JK Brown. GW is a NWO A...Wipe.

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    3. To drive on the George Bush parkway you have to pay a toll. We Texans paid for it years ago.

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  9. I have donated to his library. I have considered asking for my money back. I will do so now.

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  10. He couldn't get enough hugging Michael Obama. AND his daughter Jenna is an NBC liar. What do you expect from globalists who want a one world power???

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  11. I could never understand why he wouldn't defend himself from the endless Dem attacks. Now I know. He didn't want to piss off his masters. He's dead to me.

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    1. I think that was just due to bad advice from Karl Rove.

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  12. Failed to have a plan of what to do with Iraq after the US military won the combat operations much quicker than expected.

    Just like his dad. Only this time, Saddam was replaced with ISIS. Also like his dad, 8 years later, another Republican President had to come in and attempt to right the wrong. Not only did President Trump defeat the oppressive force in Iraq. Trump also got a signed Peace Treaty between Arabs and Jews.

    Perhaps W is simply upset that Trump finished the job done by Obama in destroying whatever positive legacy W left. Here is what W considers his accomplishments, and damn if they don't look like utter failures now:
    https://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/infocus/achievement/index.html

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  13. Don, thank you for writing this. To emerge from seclusion in order to attack his own party’s faithful supporters, using Democrat talking points, is the ultimate betrayal, and unworthy of a Christian.

    I do not understand Christians who put style over substance. If God looks not on the outward appearance but on the heart, shouldn’t we do the same? Trump’s style is of no consequence when you look at the substance of what he accomplished.

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    1. Christian? He's a satanist to the core. I can't believe people think this man who sacfriced 3,000 people on 9/11 for satan is a Christian. Unbelievable

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  14. Don, thank you for writing this. To emerge from seclusion in order to attack his own party’s faithful supporters, using Democrat talking points, is the ultimate betrayal, and unworthy of a Christian.

    I do not understand Christians who put style over substance. If God looks not on the outward appearance but on the heart, shouldn’t we do the same? Trump’s style is of no consequence when you look at the substance of what he accomplished.

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  15. Don, thank you for writing this. To emerge from seclusion in order to attack his own party’s faithful supporters, using Democrat talking points, is the ultimate betrayal, and unworthy of a Christian.

    I do not understand Christians who put style over substance. If God looks not on the outward appearance but on the heart, shouldn’t we do the same? Trump’s style is of no consequence when you look at the substance of what he accomplished.

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  16. I did it again—my apologies. I can’t use the back button after publishing.

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  17. Never, never, never trust a Republican.

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    1. Well, I'm with him if he's doesn't like what the Whigs have done.

      You remained silent as Obama pushed his inexplicably complicated and unnecessary Obamacare

      That's what former Presidents did before Zippy.

      Never, never, never trust a Republican.

      No, never, never trust a Whig.

      Unless, of course, you want us to trust Democrats.

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    2. Do not conflate Repubicans with conservatives. That ship sailed years ago but is being re-fitted

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  18. I began blogging in November of 2003, and I devoted much of my blog to promoting President. George Bush. I stuck by him even when I felt he was slipping off the reservation. I still voted for him ... TWICE.

    You should have stayed out to pasture, Dubya, and enjoyed your Texas ranch with your family. If you couldn't vote for Trump, you should have kept your yap shut. Instead you had your picture taken with the Obamas.

    There's that picture of you with Obama and Slick Willy and that picture, “so moving,” of Michelle Obama hugging you and that picture of you kissing Michelle Obama.

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    1. Remember he supposedly went up to Hilary during our real President Trump's inauguration and said "that's some wreird sh%t." He also became friends with Michelle Obama sickening.

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  19. "I am sure psychiatrists have a term for this phenomenon."

    I'm sure that they have several - but one that leaps readily to mind is "Stockholm Syndrome."

    (That term has been around a long time, but a couple years ago someone told me that apparently shrinks have started using it clinically - usually with regard to a weak-willed, neurotic woman who lacks the gumption to stand up to abusive, obnoxious men.)

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    1. It's called sociopath. The ability to commit mass murder and have no remorse. Like when he was dancing in the white house and saying "how fun" it is to be president while we were bombing Iraq. What a POS satanist he and his family are and the clinton's.

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  20. BTW, Don, until I saw this story, I didn't know that "jabroni" was a real word (I know nothing of this "Iron Shiek guy of whom you speak, and so I had to go look up the word to see that it has at least colloquial definition.)

    The only prior time I had heard that word was years ago when my father would use it while driving. He would use it to describe someone whose driving skills were less than admirable. I might even have muttered it under my breath a couple weeks ago myself - when stuck behind someone who (in a 50 mph zone) would randomly and intermittently drop from 50mph to 30mph and stay at 30 for 15 or 20 seconds before just as abruptly reaccelerating to 50 - 55. To me, a "jabroni" will always refer to an incompetent driver...

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  21. I like "jadrool". And yes, that's the little w dude.

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  22. Bravo, Don! And to former President Bush....guess what? We in the Republican Party are disappointed in YOU! I'll never understand how you could make friends with the people who DEMONIZED you and who have worked hard to destroy this country which you profess to love.

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    1. He loves Satan. What do you expect from a POS whose grandfather tried to overthrow the American government during FDR. The bushes are all traitors and should be tried, convicted and sentenced appropriately.

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  23. I managed to wangle an invite to Bush's farewell at Andrews AFB after the inauguration of Obama. It was a very nice affair in a large hangar...very emotional, wistful & melancholy to some degree. We got very close to the makeshift podium as POTUS43 spoke and then I pushed my 17 year old son to the edge of the barrier as Bush worked his way down the line. Unfortunately, there was a loudspeaker that broke up the line of people so when he reached it, he stopped shaking hands and headed to the plane...thereby depriving me of an opportunity to grab a picture of my kid and a former President. Now, looking back, it means nothing to me anymore...just like the man. Still can't believe with all the abuse he received while in office, that he would try to "kiss up" to those who reviled him then and think him foolish now. He has managed to achieve the worst of both worlds and I cannot forgive & forget.

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    1. He's always been a democrat in disguise. He works for the duopoly. The one party system disguised as dems and repubs. They are really one giant crime organization bent on destroying America. Don't believe any politicians lies. Especially the bushes and clinton's, but they're all on the take.

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  24. bush spent his entire 8 years failing to defend hisself against often lying attacks which caused his poll numbers to drop from the high 80's to the low teens by the end of his second term. I didn't agree with his approach and didn't think he deserved that. I no longer feel sorry for him. He could just shut up and go back to his porch.

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  25. I am ashamed to say that I have voted for his dad once. His brother 3 times and that POS twice.

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  26. I am ashamed to say that I have voted for his dad once. His brother 3 times and that POS twice.

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  27. Bush the Younger lost me after 9/11. The attacks united us to the point where we were ready to make whatever sacrifices were needed to crush Islamist terrorism. I felt we would have accepted a military draft and gasoline rationing if that was what it took for victory. Nor did he assemble a regional alliance to fight back. Instead he told us to go back to business as usual and let our trustworthy professionals in Washington handle this. I knew right then and there that you can't overcome a vast problem with half-vast responses.

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    1. The problem is 9/11 was an inside job blamed on islamic terrorists. Bush knew the whole time. That's the problem. You expect something good out of a traitor.

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  28. I couldn't figure out why my far-left Aunt was praising GWB for his paintings of "immigrants". Now it all makes sense.

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  29. Hey w, from the bottom of my broken heart, GFY.YOUR LEGACY IS NOW THE EQUIVALENT OF A used toilet paper, if that much.

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  30. Hey w, from the bottom of my broken heart, GFY.YOUR LEGACY IS NOW THE EQUIVALENT OF A used toilet paper, if that much.

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  31. Hey w, from the bottom of my broken heart, GFY.YOUR LEGACY IS NOW THE EQUIVALENT OF A used toilet paper, if that much.

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  32. Hey w, from the bottom of my broken heart, GFY.YOUR LEGACY IS NOW THE EQUIVALENT OF A used toilet paper, if that much.

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  33. Hey w, from the bottom of my broken heart, GFY.YOUR LEGACY IS NOW THE EQUIVALENT OF A used toilet paper, if that much.

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  34. Killing so many innocent Iraqis made me sick, W.

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  35. I'll thank Bush the Lesser for one thing though. He and Colon (sic) Powell's lies about Iraqi WMD clarified my thinking about the GOPe, that the Bush family and the GOPe are lying weasels and enemies of America.

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    1. Finally someone who gets it. The bushes are definitely enemies to America.

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  36. I guess that GW glass Christmas ornament I saw in Midland isn't worth alot now. LOL! I kid you not.

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  37. 43 irrevocably lost me when he stood up with that worthless lout Ted Kennedy, put his arm around him and referred to him as 'a good man'.

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  38. I am proud to say that years before it became obvious to many others I called this man out for the dope, the globalist sell-out, and the spineless wonder that he is. Not to mention how he killed and maimed thousands in an utterly stupid and pointless war in order to keep alive the New World Order agenda of his puppet masters.
    God. Others thought he was so wonderful, visiting those whom he hand a hand in crippling for life. The angel of death at your hospital bedside. No. That was the jerk assuaging his guilty conscience, such as it is. God. What a jerk.

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  39. Very, very well said, Don. Absolutely GFY, 43. It is amazing how certain Republicans are so cravenly stupid. They have betrayed their voters over and over again. More than time to give these RINOs the message that the party has changed and they are not part of it.

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  40. Does jabroni = dick-less brain dead sewer being??

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  41. Georgie boy is a closet coke head. What a puss

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  42. GWB now becomes the unabashed leader of the Vichy Republicans.

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  43. Jabroni......Old school classic.

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  44. GWB: the avatar of the Stockholm Syndrome Republican. He and John Boner blew out the budget and completely gutted the credibility of the GOP on fiscal issues. The disgusted backlash was what gave us Obama. He was, like his father, an incredible wimp. They smeared him day after day and he just sat there and took it, until one day he woke up and the GOP had been wiped out of the House and Senate and Nancy Pelosi was now the SOTH. He stood up at the next SOTU address and congratulated her as "Madam Speaker" and just looked like a pathetic doormat.

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  45. Although I voted for him, in my heart I knew that he was an idiot. But what could I do? What were the alternatives? Now I can say the truth. One of the worst presidents ever.

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    1. Agreed. Expanded Medicare, banned light bulbs, bought into the Democrats crap after they won congress, refused to respond to their attacks, would not fight back. Disgrace. Stays silent on Obama then starts attacking our great President Trump, go away George.

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  46. When W was running for President the first time, I told my parents (very liberal) that if it weren't for the R after his name, they would totally support his policies. I voted for him because the alternative was even worse.

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  47. People on the right didn't vote for GW BUSH, he was the better of two evils. That's the nicest thing one can say about the guy at this point.

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    1. Very true, he was the choice at the time, it was him or the disgrace McCain.

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  48. And Jeb,apparently, wants to run again in 2024!What planet is he on?

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  49. He refused to pardon Scooter Libby, it took the great man of freedom President Trump to do that. Bush I had high hopes you in 2000 etc but you are not on my s$%t list. You are a disgrace.

    Right on Don, so well said.

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  50. This is a damned good entry by Don. Damned good.

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  51. Don: Just an observation I have. The poster you showed above reminds me that there was another world leader who also painted. Is there some correlation?

    Back when Bush was floundering in his second term I was completely "Bushed out by being Bush-wacked by a Bush league family"

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  52. Don: After enduring his dad's "read my lips" promise I knew that any furfure Bush would continue to lie to America. America has been Bushed out by being Bush Wacked by a Bush League family

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  53. Everyone should have known what a POS W is after he claimed to be an adherent of "compassionate" Conservatism. For clarification, Conservatism is compassionate, by definition. Librulism is abusive and braindead.

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  54. Couldn't have said it better. You just left out the part that for eight years as president, he never stuck up for himself and let himself be dragged through the media by Dems day in and day out, but he thought he was on moral high ground by not responding and defending his policies. And then disappearing in the presidential race, helping Obama get elected. I had reached the F-off faze with Bush long ago.

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  55. Perfect Don Surber's eloquence says it better than any other.

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