George W. Bush offers tepid endorsement of Romney

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    George W. Bush offers tepid endorsement of Romney - Boston.com

    WASHINGTON—George W. Bush is backing presumptive Republican White House nominee Mitt Romney.

    The former president offered a four-word endorsement of Romney as the doors of his elevator were closing after a speech Tuesday in Washington.

    Bush said: "I'm for Mitt Romney."
     
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    Yay George..
     
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    David Alexrod had a far stronger endorsement of Romney, "The choice in this election is between an economy that produces a growing middle class and that gives people a chance to get ahead, and their kids a chance to get ahead, and an economy that continues down the road we’re on."

    Read more: David Axelrod DESTROYS President Obama on the economy | The Daily Caller
     
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    You know Frank, now that I've thrown off that false dichotomy of "Left-Right" and "Democrat-Republican" I see things a lot differently now.

    It just seems to me that Obama is getting all the same negative press that Bush got leading up to the election, like it's all staged. You know none of them f*ckers say anything "off the cuff".

    By the time the November elections are here we're supposed to look at Romney as a "Savior" and Obama as the "Failure". Sound familiar?

    It's a re-do of 2008.
     
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    That's not surprising.​

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