Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Remember the Presidency of George W. Bush

Nobody Remembers

I remember the day that George W. Bush became President. It was a glorious day for me. After 8 years of the scandals, crimes, and embarrassment of the Clintons in the White House, I had hope once again.

Fast forward 8 years: Boy, talk about a slap in the face. When President George W. Bush left office, his poll ratings were only 19 percent, the lowest of any President in history.

I wouldn’t even have given him a 5.

Why? It was evident that the sweet-talking good-old-boy Texan that we had thought we had elected, was a rich, elitist, put in place to screw the country.

He started the screwing, and Obama finished it.

Just to refresh our memories:

There was 9/11. It happened on his watch, and he handled it, poorly…from his staring at the kids for minutes after the second plane attack, to the flying around in the air for hours, not knowing how to take command, to the lame speech he gave to the poor workers on the site…he was less than inspiring. We found out that Bush wasn’t even paying attention to the threat. “We had no idea!” Condi expressed.

BS. They knew, and let it happen. George even flew the Saudi’s in our country out of harms’ way.
Not to mention, he literally threw the 4th amendment out the window with the Patriot Act.

They can now do anything to any of us. We lost a lot of freedom that day, and not just from Muslims.

He went into Iraq, a country that didn’t attack us, and started bombing on a false pretense of ‘weapons of mass destruction.”

Hey nimrod! What are you doing?

Most of us felt it was Bush playing army…just to get revenge on Saddam for Daddy, or to BE like Daddy…it certainly wasn’t for the oil.

Remember his “Shock and Awe” campaign? Like a Hollywood production that was meant for the world to be in awe of his…what? The fact that the bombs could leave the street lights on? He was getting his rocks off being a “Commander in Chief” like his Daddy? What WAS that all about?

By the way, Bush’s Iraq war cost the American people trillions. TRILLONS. And when Obama gave it all up? After all our boys lost their lives?

George W. Bush said…NOT…A…WORD. 22 Veterans commit suicide a day. Thanks George. 

Now he paints the pictures of veterans…wow. Big Deal.

Our boys blood is on Bushes hands as well as Obama’s.

But NOW, George W. Bush has broken his silence:

“Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.”

You’re damn right we have conspiracies, because we see what YOU gained, and what we lost.

Yes, we lost. We also remember how much we lost when George W. decided that the American people would bail out all his banking Wall Street buddies.

What did he have to say about it all:

He just laughed. And said those good old boys just got a bit too crazy.

The middle class collapsed, their savings gone, their children put in debt. Many have never recovered. But Wall Street’s riches tripled!

George thinks we forgot evidently.

From Wikipeida: 

Bush took office during a period of economic recession in the wake of the bursting of the dot-com bubble.[98] The terrorist attacks also impacted the economy. His administration increased federal government spending from $1.789 trillion to $2.983 trillion (60 percent) while revenues increased from $2.025 trillion to $2.524 trillion (from 2000 to 2008). Individual income tax revenues increased by 14 percent, corporate tax revenues by 50 percent, customs and duties by 40 percent. Discretionary defense spending was increased by 107 percent, discretionary domestic spending by 62 percent, Medicare spending by 131 percent, social security by 51 percent, and income security spending by 130 percent. Cyclically adjusted, revenues rose by 35 percent and spending by 65 percent.[99]

In November 2008, over 500,000 jobs were lost, which marked the largest loss of jobs in the United States in 34 years.[133] The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that in the last four months of 2008, 1.9 million jobs were lost.[134] By the end of 2008, the U.S. had lost a total of 2.6 million jobs.
After being re-elected, Bush signed into law a Medicare drug benefit program that, according to Jan Crawford, resulted in “the greatest expansion in America’s welfare state in forty years;” the bill’s costs approached $7 trillion

And last but not least…It was George W. Bush that “merged” Canada, Mexico, and the United States with the North American Treaty, flooding our nation with illegals, who the Bush family love.

Nearly 8 million immigrants came to the United States from 2000 to 2005, more than in any other five-year period in the nation’s history.[176] Almost half entered illegally.[177] In 2006, Bush urged Congress to allow more than 12 million illegal immigrants to work in the United States with the creation of a “temporary guest-worker program”.

We all know how rich the Clintons have gotten off of their many ‘deals’ with foreign countries. So, how much did the BUSH family make of the North American Treaty?

Mmmmmm??

Add to that….Bush was an advocate of China’s entry into the World Trade Organization. How’s that working out?

Bush was praised forever when he gave away $44 BILLION dollars to AIDS. Obama took our money and gave away $166 BILLION to Iran…

Where in the Constitution does it say Presidents can give BILLIONS away to foreign countries when we are $20 trillion dollars in debt?

THAT is what is meant by globalization. THAT’s why George W. Bush is attacking Trump. He has made too many deals in too many countries that are expecting to get their due, and President Trump is stopping the gravy train.

Here’s some other ridiculous quotes Bush made today:

“We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism.”

NATIVISM? WTF? Bush wouldn’t know an American native if it hit him in the ass.

“We’ve seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty. . . . Argument turns too easily into animosity.”

Translation: He doesn’t like President Trump’s words….which most of us love.

Sheeple we are no more, Mr. Bush. We STILL have free speech. Even our President.

“It means that bigotry and white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed, and it means the very identity of our nation depends on passing along civic ideals.”

This comment makes my John Adams American blood boil: How DARE he speaks to us that way. What white supremacy? WHERE? An American President speaks doublespeak Pravda.

Bush has come out, for the first time, to lay into President Trump AND the American people. The only white supremists that Americans see, are the white elite criminals in charge of our lives, who are leaving our futures and children’s future to crash and burn—NOT for the sake of democracy, but for the sake of the few elite megalomaniacs in charge of the world.

As Steve Bannon said, if they strike either Trump or his supporters down, we will only grow stronger.

Obama was one thing. We ALL know what he is. But In many ways, George W. Bush is now leading the ‘deep state” of Mueller, out to keep America being downsized and destroyed…

And one last nasty remark from Little George.

“Our identity as a nation, unlike many other nations, is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood,” he said. “Being American involves the embrace of high ideals and civic responsibility.”

Dear Mr. Bush: Wait..scratch, “Dear.” You don’t deserve it.

Being an American means putting American FIRST. It’s not our civic responsibility to let the world keep screwing us so that you and yours can keep colleting big checks. Your idea of a “high” idea is to order us all into your New World Order. Where we will be equal to everybody else. Equally miserable.

Yes, the deplorable…is…mad.

Mr. Painter boy…YOU sir, are no Texan.

Thank God, my parents are not alive to witness your insufferable and insidious words to us.

And I will leave President Trump to tell you where to go…find forgiveness, because I dear sir, will NEVER…

Forgive you.

 

October 19, 2017 Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

   

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