Saturday, November 13, 2010

Mud-Rake on the Bush Book

Our friend Mudrake wrote a wonderful post about Bush's book.

How’s that George W. Bush scar coming along? Seems that he himself wants to poke around in that quite tender and recently closed set of risky adventures that he directed- adventures that sent tens of thousands of our military men and women to either early graves or a lifetime of disability.  Not to mention the billions of wasted tax dollars and our world-reputation.
We're often accused of being "Bush bashers." But what about the "Bush supporters" like Sepp, who have an answer for every criticism? His comments are really quite amazing.

What's your opinion? In retrospect, isn't President Bush worthy of a little bashing, or quite a lot? I say he should be in Leavenworth.

What's your opinion? Please leave a comment.

1 comment:

  1. Sepp is a bloody trip. Here is someone who loves capitalism because he has the "freedom" to work 62 hours a week v Socialism's 36-40.

    ...And don't forget the benefits such as health care and retirement. It would be nice to be able to retire.

    The Bush administration should undergo the same sort of Inquiry as the British Iraq Inquiry.

    If the "Second Amendment supporters" truly knew the meaning of that phrase, they would be totally upset that the Bush administration engaged in precisely what the framers described as tyranny: a large military invading a country with no legal basis:
    At one time it was said, that the militia under the command of the national government might be dangerous to the public liberty; at another, that they might be ordered to the most distant places, and burthened with the most oppressive services; and at another, that the states might thus be robbed of their immediate means of defence. Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution 3:§1197