George W. Bush must STFU!

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    Of all the people to criticize President Obama, or any President for that matter, this is by far and away the dumbest and most criminal of them all.

    Ex President and future War Criminal Geogre W Bush had some words to share with Uhmerica yesterday at an event in Erie, PA

   “There are a lot of ways to remedy the situation without nationalizing health care,” Mr. Bush said. “I worry about encouraging the government to replace the private sector when it comes to providing insurance for health care.”

   Asked by the evening emcee at the 104th annual Manufacturer and Business Association meeting if he finds the new president’s policies “socialist,” Mr. Bush started then stopped.

   “I hear a lot of those words, but it depends on…,” he said, breaking off. He later offered a more diplomatic assessment: “We’ll see.”

    Let your Congress critter know that if they stand against a public option on health care reform, they stand with George W Bush.


 George W also had this to say about our current sad state of affairs.

    “I know it’s going to be the private sector that leads this country out of the current economic times we’re in,” the former president said to applause from members of a local business group. “You can spend your money better than the government can spend your money.”

    Repeatedly in his hourlong speech and question-and-answer session, Mr. Bush said he would not directly criticize the new president, who has moved to take over financial institutions and several large corporations. Several times, however, he took direct aim at Obama policies as he defended his own during eight years in office.

    George W Bush, fresh off of the worst Presidency since, well, ever, at least in my lifetime, seems to think his advice is good for something other than clearing brush and mending fences.

    Here, he offers President Barack Obama his thoughts on Guantanamo bay, another disaster he created that we have to clean up.

    “I told you I’m not going to criticize my successor,” he said. “I’ll just tell you that there are people at Gitmo that will kill American people at a drop of a hat and I don’t believe that persuasion isn’t going to work. Therapy isn’t going to cause terrorists to change their mind.”

    They are crazy and out of control, and, and, do you remember in that movie with Nicholas Cage when they had the plane full of prisoners take the plane hostage and he had to blow the plane up so he could go home, that was awesome.

    More deep thoughts from George W the Terrible

    “Government does not create wealth,” Bush said. “The major role for the government is to create an environment where people take risks to expand the job rate in the United States.”

    No, Georgie.

    YOUR Government did not create wealth ( unless it is 700 billion dollar bailouts with no oversight.) or jobs, or anything else for that matter. If we were having a discussion about which Presidency destroyed the most, than we will invite you to share your “concerned” opinion.

    YOUR Government doesn’t get to say shit about environments of anything, ever. You don’t even get to go to a botanical garden. Your presence would make the flowers wilt.

    YOUR Government loved socialism for the rich. Just not for anyone else.

    And YOUR Government, Georgie, YOUR Government hates the free market, but loves giving Big Business every advantage it can get. Having a Bush Republican in the Whitehouse is like having a referee on the mob payroll, you always know who is gonna win the game before it is over.

    Considering the fact that the policies of the Bush/Cheney administration totally wrecked this country in every way imaginable, you would think they would take to a more quiet retirement. You would think.    

In other news, Gov Howard Dean puts his foot down on a public option as only he can.

    George W. Bush, that Dick Cheney and the rest of the elitist, racist and batshit crazy Conservative right should be put on notice. We know how bad you suck. You have been out of office for 5 months now and the suck you left behind is so bad we haven’t even started really cleaning it up, and are your guys helping? Not one bit.

    The fact is, the GOP is still full of Bush Republicans. Every ass clown GOPper who ever stood on stage with George W and endorsed him or took his endorsement is a Bush Republican. We should use this fact in every election the Bush Neo-Cons are involved in until they whig out or go galt or whatever the hell it is they do when they aren’t selling our country to the top no bid contractor.

    In case the GOPligarchy has not noticed, the America and the rest of the world’s response to this

    was this


    and hopefully this is what comes next

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  1. and less “concerned” bullshit from the people who created the clusterfuck and aren’t helping with the clean up at all.

  2. hey, a guy can dream, can’t he?

    • Edger on June 18, 2009 at 20:34

    George Bush took the US from $20 trillion in fiscal exposures in 2000 to over $50 trillion in only six years.

    February 17, 2007

    You Must Be Mad, Or You Wouldn’t Have Come Here

    The United States is Insolvent
    © Dr. Chris Martenson

    Prepare to be shocked.

    The US is insolvent. There is simply no way for our national bills to be paid under current levels of taxation and promised benefits. Our combined federal deficits now total more than 400% of GDP.

    That is the conclusion of a recent Treasury/OMB report entitled Financial Report of the United States Government that was quietly slipped out on a Friday (12/15/06), deep in the holiday season, with little fanfare. Sometimes I wonder why the Treasury Department doesn’t just pay somebody to come in at 4:30 am Christmas morning to release the report. Additionally, I’ve yet to read a single account of this report in any of the major news media outlets but that is another matter.

    But, hey, I understand. A report is this bad requires all the muffling it can get.

    In his accompanying statement to the report, David Walker, Comptroller of the US, warmed up his audience by stating that the GAO had found so many significant material deficiencies in the government’s accounting systems that the GAO was “unable to express an opinion” on the financial statements. Ha ha! He really knows how to play an audience!

    In accounting parlance, that’s the same as telling your spouse “Our checkbook is such an out of control mess I can’t tell if we’re broke or rich!” The next time you have an unexplained rash of checking withdrawals from that fishing trip with your buddies, just tell her that you are “unable to express an opinion” and see how that flies. Let us know how it goes!

    Then Walker went on to deliver the really bad news:

    Despite improvement in both the fiscal year 2006 reported net operating cost and the cash-based budget deficit, the U.S. government’s total reported liabilities, net social insurance commitments, and other fiscal exposures continue to grow and now total approximately $50 trillion, representing approximately four times the Nation’s total output (GDP) in fiscal year 2006, up from about $20 trillion, or two times GDP in fiscal year 2000.

    As this long-term fiscal imbalance continues to grow, the retirement of the “baby boom” generation is closer to becoming a reality with the first wave of boomers eligible for early retirement under Social Security in 2008.

    Given these and other factors, it seems clear that the nation’s current fiscal path is unsustainable and that tough choices by the President and the Congress are necessary in order to address the nation’s large and growing long-term fiscal imbalance.

    That was more than two years ago. And on top of that, since January this year more than 12 Trillion Dollars – the entire US GDP for last year – has been committed to Wall Street by the Obama Administration.

  3. Promises not to bash Obama, then proceeds to to do.  

    Hasn’t he done enough damage?  Bush & Cheney have proven what total egotistical, lying, clueless utter jackasses they are by their post election conduct.  

    The only pictures I want to see of bush or Cheney are of them sitting in a courtroom being prosecuted for their crimes against humanity.  

  4. who the fuck asked him to chime in anyway?

    • Inky99 on June 18, 2009 at 21:28

    aren’t letters great?

  5. George W. Bush: Tan, Rested, Still a Total Dick:

    Mostly, though, what should frustrate all of us is that without the threat of prosecution hanging over his sunburnt head (seriously, dude, melanoma much?), we’re going to have to deal with his nattering little passive-aggressive swipes. He doesn’t have the guts to go full force into debating the policies because that would require knowledge of more than just the executive summaries, or “shit-what-people-told-me.” He feels free when he should feel pursued. People paid $1500 a table for this shit. It’s like rewarding a fat lion for wiping out an entire herd of gazelle.

  6. he sounds super SUPER duper stupid now.

    I say he should keep talking

  7. I remember what the opposition is like. Besides this Bush thing I got an email from Michael Steele that is sadly amusing.

    Dear Shahryar,

    It seems that the mainstream media has finally decided to dispense with the pointless denials of favorable coverage of the Obama Administration. Now one network, ABC News, has actually turned its entire programming over to President Obama and his big-government agenda.

    On June 24th, ABC News and anchor Charles Gibson will broadcast “World News” from inside the White House, and make Barack Obama’s case for nationalized health care for him, without any opportunity for opposing views to be aired.

    The liberal special interests have clearly learned from their missteps the last time they tried to force Americans into a socialized health care system — the abysmal failure of the Clinton Administration’s “HillaryCare.”

    That’s why their friends at ABC News will be promoting Obamacare at virtually every opportunity, from “Good Morning America” to “Nightline,” and reach from ABC News’ websites all the way to the White House’s East Room.

    Shahryar, the Republican National Committee’s request for an opportunity to add our views along side those of the Obama Democrats’ — to ensure that all sides of the health care reform debate are heard — was flatly rejected by ABC News.

    What are the Democrats and their media allies afraid of? The truth?

    That is outrageous! And we will not take it!

    We will be heard!!

    Please help us raise the nearly $100,000 we need to buy air time to get the truth about the disastrous consequences of the Obama Democrats’ government-run health care plans out to the American people. Make a special donation of $25, $50, $100, $500 or $1,000 to the Republican National Committee today, and your gift will support our fight to counter the ABC/Obama “special programming” with our plan for meaningful, genuine health care reform.

    Please stand with us. Help us get on the air and get our message to the American people! President Obama and the Democrats are blurring the lines between government and the private sector to pass their big government agenda. Help us keep things clear. Thank you.


    Michael Steele

    Chairman, Republican National Committee

    P.S. Shahryar, we must get the truth about the Obama Democrats’ health care takeover to the American people. Help us counter the one-sided broadcast by the Democrats and their media allies. Please take this opportunity right now to support our cause by making a special, online contribution of $25, $50, $100, $500 or $1,000 to the RNC today. Thank you.

    After something like this I think “oh yeah, good for Obama”.

  8. was recently featured jumping out of airplanes.  I remember thinking, Ah crap, the chute opened.

    The Illuminati Plan to Destroy America continues.

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