W. is a good man. He spoke healing, uniting words - the kind of words we all need to hear. Thank you President Bush.
He forgot to say "I", only "We", "Us" and "Our". That's not presidential..is it?
John the River beat me to it.
What a contrast between a man of character and the simpering politician. One exhorts to comity and union, the other to political ends.
I can hardly wait until Shrieky McCankles takes office. not.
For those not keeping score, it's 43-3.
Bush, of course was the fascist pos who rolled out the Police State with his Patriot Act, creation of "Homeland Security" and the TSA. Came up with the NDEA and unleashed the NSA spying on all Americans, vastly expanded Medicare, gave trillions to the banksters and rewrote the bankruptcy laws to ensure a lifetime of debt slavery, etc etc and that's before we get into his multi-trillion dollar war crimes.
As foul a turd as Washington has ever birthed.
Harsh, Bill. George did as he was told. The teller class are foulest, and they aren't termed. George is more farm manure, not unpleasant once you get used to it. Unless you think he's bright enough to cause all that damage.
George W. Bush charged $100K for speech at wounded veterans event http://tinyurl.com/pq4uw66
I wonder how much he took to visit Dallas?
I judge a man by his actions not by his words. No I do not miss the Bushies. I wish I had never heard of them. They are a polite, cultured, articulate version of Obama.
No more Bushies, give me a Reaggan. A man who walked the walk.