I don't like Bush!

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  1. HereWeGoAgain
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    While I'm still alive it is.
     
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    no where left to go if you want older American style freedoms as far as I am concerned . Hope for its repair via a Cruz or Trump or let it be destroyed by the real dem liberal . Besides that , I'm just not going anywhere outside the USA .
     
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    If I'm going to live in a foreign country? It might as well be in one that doesnt tax me to death.
     
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    you may be correct . Of course , your is a personal decision and none of my business .
     
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    Welcome to the board! I have to admit that I have kind of a soft spot for Mr. Bush. After 9/11 events, I was quite frightened and didn't really know what was going on. Were we at war? Were we under attack? :dunno: What was going on? And then when President Bush finally did speak, he made me feel better, honestly. That might sound strange, but he made me feel safer. I thought it was wonderful how he brought us all together during those days, weeks and months after 9/11. For all of his mistakes and imperfections, we shouldn't forget that.
     
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    hey 'bush did ok a few times , better than mrobama but I do not like his and his families push for flooding the USA with third worlders looking to invade the USA . If 'bush' had been for American people first then I would have no problem with him .
     
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    last president we had that was for america first was carter.he was not the horrible president the LAMESTREAM media has always painted him to be and reagan wasnt the great man they painted him to be either.
     
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    neither Reagan nor Carter was great-----but ------carter was and remains----a disaster--------he is FOR on issue "his glorified place in history"
     
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    that is unless you consider a mass murderer which reagan was,a great man.lol

    under carter,we never started any wars with anyone that is why the LAMESTREAM media villifies him and glorifies reagan cause reagan got the ball rolling for the destruction of america that each president since then has expanded on.
     

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