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Tag: George W. Bush
By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
Conservative Republicans, at least those over 25 years old, may remember one of President George W. Bush's biggest political blunders. Her name was Harriet Miers.
If you are not yet old enough to run for Congress, well, draw near. I'll tell you about the tumultuous summer of 2005. And I'll tell you why that matters to Rule-of-Law Michigan Republicans in 2012.
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How many times have we heard this from defenders of Barack Obama as it relates to the horrible economic climate we live in these days?
'You cannot blame him for everything.'
Dozens of times? Hundreds?
It is an excuse used by this administration in its own defense as well as by progressive media pundits who acquired all they know about journalistic objectiveness in a beer tent outside an NEA rally. Certainly the basic tenet of the comment is true...Barack Obama did not create every single situation that led us too far down this road to economic ruin.
And yet, such defense of Obama is rarely evenly applied by the literati to George W. Bush who took office in charge of a largely dismantled intelligence community just nine months before a bloodthirsty collection of Mohammedan adherents decided the best way to serve their God was to kill a few thousand Americans in New York City, Washington DC., and an infamous Pennsylvania field.
In fact we fiscal conservatives were alarmed by Bush's inability to locate his veto pen until about year seven of his administration, and we felt horribly betrayed by the "compassionate conservative" after we found out that his brand of conservativism and compassion amounted to a perpetual commitment to growth in government. No Child Left Behind and the prescription drug benefit are two far reaching intrusionist examples that expose Bush for the big spending Republican that he was.
But this post is not about Bush at all (he isn't still President, is he?) but rather about a barely wavering media and voting constituency of Barack Obama (as if they were two different things) who refuse to apply an equal standard to this President Messiah and his evil predecessor.
So, while Barack Obama cannot be directly blamed for everything that is leading us to ruin, we have to point out three things to those receiving their political education from National Socialist Radio.
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