I have a hard time wrapping my mind around the concept that people would want to
hear what GW Bush has to say about business. Keep in mind I'm not one of
his haters. But, I do know of his business record - and it is not good at all.
Was this presented as a tongue in cheek event?
Did he say anything like it might be good for the economy to stay out of two
I have no problem listening to President Bush. He is a breath of FRESH AIR after
we have been through all thses scandels this past month. The days of honesty in
the White House has disappeared with our present President.... And ya know
what??? Bush will not bad mouth him.
@Linsk 10:20 p.m. May 29, 2013Actually, the days of honesty in the
White House disappeared with GWBush. I agree that President Clinton lied about
his personal life, but he did not lie about matters concerning the
country's welfare or its policies. Bush lied about the latter to the
extent that he raised that lying to an art form. Compared to Bush, President
Obama is a piker.
Why do Bush and the other neo-cons think it is okay to sacrifice American lives
to solve the problems of other countries? They want intervention in Syria civil
war because people are dying there. Well what about our men and women who would
die? Are they less important? Are they just fodder for the games of politicians
and defense contractors? Our national security was not tied up with Iraq. We
would have been just fine ignoring a blowhard Sadaam Hussein. Now Iraq is a
client state of Iran, and the once Christian community there is effectively
gone. They wanted intervention in Libya, and now Syria. Have these people no
principles except money and power. I am more convinced than ever that Bush will
go down as one of our worst Presidents.
To: Esquire...I totally disagree with you on all counts. Until we are standing
in the shoes of President Bush there is absolutely no way we can judge his
decisions. We all have opinions and feelings about the decisions of others but
just because they don't do what we think they should do does not say they
are not worthy of the calling. Remember, the American people voted them in and
with Pres. Bush I can honestly say he did the very best he could with what he
had to work with. At least he was honest with the American people about what
truly was going on and did not use his position to spend our country into a
bottomless pit of debt. He could be trusted and can be trusted today because he
has integrity and truly loves our United States of America.
So did he talked about his business failures or his presidential failings?I agree, what possible advise could he give?Suzy "at least he
was honest" "He could be trusted" Guess you weren't really
paying attention during the bush regime.More criminals have come out
of the Bush administration than any other.