"bush Was A Liberal", "bush Wasn't Really A Conservative."

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    "We never agreed with many/most of his policies..." and the list goes on and on and on.

    All right wing CON LIES, as is evident by their return to their natural DEFENSE of everything bush the minute the guttersnipe returns from exile.

    You just can't make this stuff up.

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    They did the same with Arnold, after they wanted to modify the constitution so he could become president. Crist in FL seemed to meet the same fate.
     
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    Sums of batches. They always worship you...until they don't.

    :lol:
     
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    Bush was a Progressive Republican. He spent through the roof. He was for amnesty. He signed the so called "campaign finance Reform" bill. He kept none of his conservative promises except the tax cuts for everyone.

    Those are facts.

    However, if you are going to pretend Bush lied based merely on accusations, then yes I am going to defend him. I defend anyone who is accused based on nothing. Heck, I defend people who are accused based on a hell of alot of information every day.

    There is no emnity between the Former President and I. Heck, Id defend you if you were falsely accused. I've defended Obama on the rare occasions he's needed it.

    You're inability to separate politics from facts is blinding you to what's in front of you.
     
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    Insofar as people/religion/ethnicities go..Bush was very much a "Liberal" in that he didn't have a racist bone in his body.

    But he was conservative in every other way. War/oil/low taxes.

    That's the economy conservatives like.
     
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    Your wails are falling on deaf ears bub.

    You were SILENT during the bastard's regime...now you have so much to say.

    Save it for someone who cares and go find a new name to call yourself after "Independent" and "T-Bagger" wears out.
     
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    WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 - As President Bush battled criticism over the response to Hurricane Katrina, his mother declared it a success for evacuees who "were underprivileged anyway," saying on Monday that many of the poor people she had seen while touring a Houston relocation site were faring better than before the storm hit.

    "And so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway," she said, "so this is working very well for them."

    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/07/national/nationalspecial/07barbara.html

    So let's see, these people lost their jobs, their pets, their possessions, their houses and some even family members and now, sleeping on a cot inside a sports facility is "working very well for them".

    Ah, the meaningless empty lives of the "little people". Yes, they deserve to have their homes taken. They deserve to have the cost of the nations debt placed on their shoulders. Their wealth needs to be given to people who appreciate wealth. Good people. Republicans. But not all Republicans. Only Republicans already rich. The "little people" can sleep on cots in a sports facility. They were underprivileged anyway.
     
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    Well you know how that limited binary decision process goes.
    Good or bad, for or against, liberal or conservative, etc.
     
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    that was right after she made her Katrina donation to her sons business?

    All things considered Bush may have turned out pretty good.
     
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    Bush?

    lol.

    He's a straight up neo con. I still remember when he ran as a Conservative, you know low taxes and less government expansion? Well, he did the opposite.

    So no, he's not a conservative, he's just a plain old neo con like Palin.
     

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