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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Mr. Bush wants People to Forget Who He Truly Is

Mr. Bush thinks that trying to do something right in his life for others will correct what he has done in his. He is presently on a good will mission to poor people in far away lands. That is what is called wishful thinking. Readers of this blog may wonder why I'm so negative when it comes to Mr. Bush. Maybe I can shed some of the light here. He wants to be remembered as something else than what he truly is, even though he would not like to admit it. What is he? How about a murderer for starters because of all the innocent people that he killed, like members of our dead that were killed in the war because of him. Everyone was afraid of him, not knowing where he would strike next. He became a terrorist in his own right. How about other innocent people, like the people of these ravaged countries like in Iraq and Afghanistan, the same type of people he is now out and about in his mission, now in his sickening sympathetic effort to try and do something good for the kind of people that he killed.
The United States was involved in a war, I get that. Innocent people do get killed in battles. Actually in two wars, President Bush  put our troops into harms way. He is responsible for the thousands of innocent lives that have perished because of his actions. The truth is coming out, even before he is dead, even before the historians can tell us and our children about his legacy. The truth is already out that we, the United States should have NEVER been involved in those wars. The good that was done from them, does not even come close or even justify the means in which he took to accomplish his goals. He had no idea that it would draw our country in a war lasting a decade. What did he know? The secret intelligence at the time gave so many false readings on the state of foreign affairs, especially telling him that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. That is what he wanted to hear because he wanted to attack and he wanted to start a war.
Now the families of the sick and fallen of that war have to forever live with the fact that their loved one will be forever affected because of the war. Apparently he forgets about the past and what people overseas think of him. In an article by Ray McGovern, the title read, "George Bush Can't Travel Overseas for Fear of Arrest and Prosecution". Back then, highlighted in the article dated February 9, 2011, he avoided a flight and appearance in Geneva to avoid the risk of arrest on a torture complaint.  There it is, in plain sight, the leader of the free world afraid to travel to avoid arrest, just like Mr. Snowden. The difference between Bush and Snowden is that Bush got away with mass murder, and Mr. Snowden will be forever haunted by the U.S. government for leaking classified secret information to the world.  Mr. Snowden has to forever stay away from the United States in fear of getting arrested, but Bush can come and go as he pleases. As the article continues to read, "Doomed to become America's first better-stay-at-home former president". And how about another quote from the same article... "Remember, Mr. President, it was Richard Nixon who pronounced the principle of presidential impunity in his famous statement to interviewer David Frost. When the president does it, that means it's not illegal."

You can read the entire article at the following URL.....'t_travel_overseas_for_fear_of_arrest_and_prosecution.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Bush Recent Interview with Robyn Curnow

In an interview with Robyn Curnow, president George W. Bush starts off explaining how Snowden has damaged the country.
But then he goes on explaining that he put protections in place to protect the country, meaning that he had allot to do with the ways and means of the government spying on other countries but he says it is done with the protection on peoples civil liberties. But then he again came out of his shell being very disrespectful not allowing Robyn Curnow to get her questions fully out before he breaks in and starts talking says that "The only time I cared was on election day".
Ok, what does that mean? That S.O.B president used the country, used our troops and then he brushes it off lightly by saying "I did what I did". "Ah, I know the spirit in which I did it."

 Just watch the video below and see how sick minded the 43rd president of the United States was by making comments as he did in this interview.

He sincerely believes that historians will be the best to judge him, and that time would be when he is dead. Well, I'm here as an American in the year 2013, and I believe that he needs to be judged now, before he is dead. Maybe he doesn't think I would be objective, and maybe not, but people who just want the truth and are not biased read this blog.

 The world is getting educated now, while he is living, and I hope that someday when historians recant the workings of President George W. Bush that he is still living to be able to read in print how it has been objectively decided that he was absolutely the worst president in U.S. History and that his is judged. I hope that the President lives to be 100 years old, just to make sure that he is living when he is judged, way before he is dead. He may be right by saying that it will take some time before objective historians judge him, or at least that is what he thinks in his mind. People who think objectively right now have the right to make their own judgments on this President right now and they most certainly will.

                         Robyn Curnow sits down with former President George W. Bush to discuss
                                                Edward Snowden and the legacy of his office.

A transcript of the interview is immediately below.

Curnow: Do you think he is a traitor? (Curnow asks Bush about Snowden)

Bush: I know he damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it.

Curnow: Do you think it is possible for one man to damage the security of the nation?

Bush: I think he damaged the security of the country.

Curnow: And when it comes to surveillance,(then rudely, George Bush interrupts Curnow...)

Bush: I put the program into place to protect the country. And one of the certainties is civil liberties is guaranteed.

Curnow: So you don't think there was a compromise between security and privacy?

Bush: I think that there needs to be a balance and I think as the president explained there must be a proper balance.

Curnow: No one criticized the Obama administration and that's something,  that you really made the decision?

Bush interrupts again: It doesn't do any good.  It's a hard job. He's got plenty on his agenda and ah, it's difficult, and a former president doesn't need to make it harder.

Then she asks him a question about polls and what people think.. He interupts and says..

Bush: I could care less. THe only time I really cared was on election day. Did I? I guess it's nice. Let me rephrase that. Thank you for bringing it up.

Curnow: You like the idea that people are perhaps looking at you differently?

Bush says... Ah, Ultimately history will judge, ah the decisions I've made, ah, I won't be around because it's going to take a while for the objective historians to show up.  So I'm pretty comfortable with it. I did what I did. Ah, I know the spirit in which I did it.