George W. Bush

November 29, 2008

“I would like to be a person remembered as a person who, first and foremost, did not sell his soul in order to accommodate the political process. I came to Washington with a set of values, and I’m leaving with the same set of values. And I darn sure wasn’t going to sacrifice those values.”

– President G.W. Bush



  1. For all of the slams that have been made about President Bush, he has always done what he believed was correct despite the political winds.

  2. You keep telling yourself that, George…that you didn’t sacrifice your values. While the rest of us are appalled at the torture you authorized at Guatanamo and Abu Ghraib, you seem to have no trouble sleeping at night. Where are those values, George?

  3. You may feel that way about them now but nobody had trouble getting on a plane or living everyday life after they where taken off the street – only now after the tree huggers have found loop holes will they be let free and again we will sit waiting for the next strike – and they will strike and when the do – then people like TXGal will cry to put them back in jail and years later like she is now doing – cry for the freedom

  4. Problem is, his values are Lacking in humanity. One thing to keep your values when they are Good and Right. But when those values cause you to start a war with a country that has posed NO threat to the U.S. by USING the DEATHS of thousands(9-11) of people. Maybe you NEED to change your values. Not for Politics, but for Humanity and what is Really right. “What would Jesus Do?” he damn sure wouldn’t condemn thousands of people to death to meet his own agenda, while making Billions for his friends(Chenny-Haliburton). If you can criticize Obama’s transparencies about Coke Use. Then you should Criticize Bush on his “Values”.

  5. If you think Iraq posed NO threat to the US, then you my friend are a moron. The trillions of oil dollars that moved through that country to terrorist cells is staggering. You may want to read the news and get out more. The world is full of enlightenment and truth. I do agree that Bush was not a great President, but I do feel the vilification he has received is not just due.

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