Discussion in 'Politics' started by WillowTree, Aug 7, 2009.
George Bush is grinning behind his teeth right now!
He must be.....
Obama is turning around the economy, he will get us out of the wars that Bush started, he is reestablishing the US reputation abroad, he will pass healthcare
Meanwhile, Bush is still steaming about his legacy
obama ain't doing jack shit except running his mouth to a bunch of libtards who are eatin it up..and George Bush is grinning behind his teeth right now.
Which retread/sock puppet are you?
Yea...George Bush is in the catbirds seat
He spent his last six months in office campaigning to save his legacy and still ended up ranked as 39 of 43 presidents by leading historians. His legacy.....lies to start a war, torture, destroying the economy
No wonder he is grinning
39th out of 43 by leading historians. Why do we get this garbage over and over and over and over and over and over and over again?
Every Republican gets this treatment. It is a tedious 20 times told tale by an idiot. It gets boring.
By leading liberal "historians."
No reputable historian has opined as yet, as they well know it takes at least ten years to really cover a Presidency, after it's over.
But Republican Lincoln came out number 1
Republican Reagan came out number 11, the highest of recent presidents
George Bush??? 39 and falling
Then those historians are fools, and no intelligent person should listen to anything they have to say. Anyone who uses their statements as supporting evidence in a debate are even larger fools, because they can't recognize the partisan prism in which these "historians" are viewing the past.
It is impossible to judge a president's legacy less than a year after they have left office. Usually it takes nearly a decade to accurately judge the impact a president's policies have on the nation and the world. This means that we're just now getting an accurate picture of Clinton's legacy. Which, btw, is not a bad legacy for him. He was probably the right president at the right point in history. Him having a Republican congress to keep him honest didn't hurt either.
But this isn't a Clinton thread, so I digress. To get things back on point here....you're an idiot.
Ok, you were more succinct.
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