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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    Bush's "silence" is being played to in the media and even here on the forum. Once one sides starts attributing "principles" to it it is fair game for counter arguments.
    We know you Libs have difficulties with principles and morals.
    Don't blame us you have classless Leaders and as a party lack moral direction.

    This isn't a "feel good let's all hug" kind of site. Opposing opinions do sometimes collide here.
    This isn't opposing opinion.
    Your logic is there is no code. No honor... when there has been.
    That Clinton did not adhere is no surprise.
    He, the sexual predator, has no class, and no morals.
    We understand your frustration of having Bush make The Clintons behavior look un-Presidential.
    We feel your pain.

    But it your party's problem.

    Questioning Bush's motives is not being critical of him for remaining silent, it's questioning his motives.
    The Lib revealing their general lack of logic.

    Motive? He spent 8-years in the White House as the Decider.
    He did his elected service.
    Now he's letting the NEW president do his thing.
    It is not that complicated.
    Really, it's not.

    We know honor, morals and class are difficult concepts for the Modern Lib to grasp.
    Even at the Presidential level.
    Until you do, Republican Presidents will lead by example.

    Where you see "class" I see "good reason to keep his mouth shut." And it has nothing to do with what past Presidents have done and everything to do with what he did.
    The lack of common sense is astounding.
    "...nothing to do with what past Presidents have done..."

    The ignorance abounds, and this is yet another worthy example of how Libs use precedent.
    Though not a legal issue, it reveals their mindset.
    Once we drag society into the sewer, it's the New Standard by which to operate.

    The Clintons set precedent.
    An ugly one.
    Classless just as their administration was.

    Bush's sticking to unwritten protocol makes a nice contrast to The Little Rock Sewer Society.

    I see youz guyz are still searching for game... aps and Lerxst...

    It's a tough task trying to extricate yourselves from the Clinton Latrine...

    Enjoy... you folks own this one all by your lonesome.
    Self created.

    As you were...
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    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Former President George Bush refuses to attack Obama. When giving his speech in Calgary on Tuesday, Bush said that Obama deserves his silence, and deserves an opportunity to deal with our nation's problems. Bush also said that, if Obama would like any help, and if he agrees ideologically with Obama on an issue, he is willing to give it.

    I will say this right now - Thank you, Mr. President, for choosing to put partisan politics aside, and for choosing the well being of America over hackery. Rush Limbaugh could learn a thing or 100 from you. If you had been like this during your presidency, instead of the "my way or the highway" approach you ended up taking, I believe things would be much different now. But hindsight is 20/20, so I will end this post in a very simple way, by saying "Well done". And yes, you ARE a patriot, Mr. President.

    Article is here.




    i agree with you except for your rush comment, that is kinda what he does, his job you know?
    Let evil swiftly befall those who have wrongly condemned us

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Former President George Bush refuses to attack Obama. When giving his speech in Calgary on Tuesday, Bush said that Obama deserves his silence, and deserves an opportunity to deal with our nation's problems. Bush also said that, if Obama would like any help, and if he agrees ideologically with Obama on an issue, he is willing to give it.

    I will say this right now - Thank you, Mr. President, for choosing to put partisan politics aside, and for choosing the well being of America over hackery. Rush Limbaugh could learn a thing or 100 from you. If you had been like this during your presidency, instead of the "my way or the highway" approach you ended up taking, I believe things would be much different now. But hindsight is 20/20, so I will end this post in a very simple way, by saying "Well done". And yes, you ARE a patriot, Mr. President.

    Article is here.
    This is typical Bush.
    He did what he believed was right to secure the nation.
    He's doing what is right as a former president.
    Bush 41 didn't go out swinging at The Clintons.

    As for Rush, it was Obama's and Obama's Own that went after Rush.
    "Don't listen to Rush"... was not the fine art of Presidential tact.

    Rush is the Loyal Opposition, and the Loyal Opposition is supposed to take on the leader when they believe the Dear Leader is leading the country astray.

    It's how the Founders saw things.
    As a grand battle to inch forwards... or in Obama's case... backwards.

    To not oppose when you have a case to make is to be derelict in your duties as a citizen.

    Right now, and for the past 21-months the press has been derelict.
    It's more than OK to have a few people actually voice coherent opposition to the Obamatrons.

    The nation could have used some sober reporting on Obama.
    Instead dereliction of duty reigned supreme and look at what we got?
    Somebody the press admittedly knew little about... forget about the public cult created in the process for a guy who is tainted in the worst ways.
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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by aps View Post
    Wow. And you can make this assessment with less than 2 months in office. Okay.
    I'm looking at all angles of the stated goals, the stated don't differ from past Democrat representation and there was massive damage done then, this current setup has less common sense and even less patience than the last Democrat total majority under the peanut farmer. Let's see, insane policy goals, unfair taxation, socialist agendas, probability of attacks on the first and second amendment, an overall attitude that we the people work for they the elected........and it's only been 2 months of the current administration, then again, the house has given us this attitude since '06. so yeah, the signs are all there.
    Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.

    LMR

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by aps View Post
    So those of you calling Bush classy and principled for not saying anything about what he thinks of Obama's presidency so far--what do you think about what Cheney has said? BE HONEST.
    Cheney isn't a former president, he could run for the office any time, his comments are fair game as he could be considered on the campaign.
    Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.

    LMR

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    There is no game needed here, you are absolutely hyper partisan.


    You absolutely are.


    Your posting history here is fairly sufficient.

    Not necessarily.

    I voted for Bush in his first election and basically towed the party line for the first few years of his Presidency. Bashing Bush or not bashing Bush is not the definition of partisanship or hyper partisanship.


    Yeah, okay.
    Hyper or blind partisans simply do not do this.

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    I admit it, I am a partisan.
    I am a Conservative.
    I am a true believer.
    Though I was once like Obama.
    Thick as a brick.

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    The Clintons are what happens...
    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

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    We know you Libs have difficulties with principles and morals.
    Don't blame us you have classless Leaders and as a party lack moral direction.


    This isn't opposing opinion.
    Your logic is there is no code. No honor... when there has been.
    That Clinton did not adhere is no surprise.
    He, the sexual predator, has no class, and no morals.
    We understand your frustration of having Bush make The Clintons behavior look un-Presidential.
    We feel your pain.

    But it your party's problem.


    The Lib revealing their general lack of logic.

    Motive? He spent 8-years in the White House as the Decider.
    He did his elected service.
    Now he's letting the NEW president do his thing.
    It is not that complicated.
    Really, it's not.

    We know honor, morals and class are difficult concepts for the Modern Lib to grasp.
    Even at the Presidential level.
    Until you do, Republican Presidents will lead by example.



    The lack of common sense is astounding.
    "...nothing to do with what past Presidents have done..."

    The ignorance abounds, and this is yet another worthy example of how Libs use precedent.
    Though not a legal issue, it reveals their mindset.
    Once we drag society into the sewer, it's the New Standard by which to operate.

    The Clintons set precedent.
    An ugly one.
    Classless just as their administration was.

    Bush's sticking to unwritten protocol makes a nice contrast to The Little Rock Sewer Society.

    I see youz guyz are still searching for game... aps and Lerxst...

    It's a tough task trying to extricate yourselves from the Clinton Latrine...

    Enjoy... you folks own this one all by your lonesome.
    Self created.

    As you were...
    More of your classic style I see.
    *insert profound statement here*

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    Hyper or blind partisans simply do not do this.

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    I admit it, I am a partisan.
    I am a Conservative.
    I am a true believer.
    Though I was once like Obama.
    Thick as a brick.

    .
    You are absolutely hyper partisan. The vast majority of the time you are on your pony whipping it for all it's worth. In fact your earlier post is a prime example. Your gross over the top exaggerations. You pretty much liked what you heard about Obama's education idea. Yet you post like you do the majority of the time.

    This isn't "oh but I said this once" and you get a free pass.
    *insert profound statement here*

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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    There are changes, just not the kind that was marketed. Foreign policy strategies, domestic priorities, the faces influence...those are the changes we will see. Politically astute individuals will realize that one man, even if he is the President, cannot change how Washington works. There will be no paradigm shift in who politics work in this nation. His campaign slogan was not a promise he could actually keep...it was a slogan. He ran a campaign, he got elected. Many of us realized this, that so many on the right did not is either testament to their naivete or the depth of their partisanship. Obama might as well have said "If elected I am going to cure cancer." Then everyone could run around and say "but but but he said he would cure cancer! This is unbelievable!" Only he was much more ambiguous in his context.

    I hear so much about "but he promised change, this isn't change!" Many things have changed and are changing. For the better? That is debatable. To the right's liking? Certainly not...but who ever thought the right would like anything Obama does? To say he's not delivered any kind of change and then rail on him for his policies that are obviously different from George Bush's is quite disingenuous (much like the "hope and change" mantra was).

    He only been in office a few months. I'll let the right harp on "he's not changed anything." It gives them something to do as they ponder their defeat from the last election. We'll see how many things change and to what extent.
    Obama=Bush
    Torture policy-To sign an executive order "thinking" about closing Gitmo then threatening Britain when they are about to expose some torture process is not change. Mere Theatre for the masses.

    No lobbyists(big campaign promise)--Rememeber Bush's trouble with lobbyists back in the day? Lets appoint a pack of lobbyists to office for now and see what happens. Big change? Negative.

    Obama, tax evaders' nightmare 180 degree turn there when it suits him.

    It is a wall street administration. No labor, No small business, no automobile industry reps, etc. etc.

    Obama is a corporate pitchman bought and paid for like every president since JFK. JFK got a bit out of their control signing Executive Order No. 11110 and look what happened.

    Money, vote fraud, media whores, all given to Obama as the puppet of choice. Most were puppets but he was the best puppet of them all. The "stimulus" package is a perfect example. Pay the banks then have them loan us our own money on interest....Watch for the inflation over the next 2 years.
    Carter was a huge puppet. Look for that kind of administration.


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    Re: Bush won't join attacks on Obama

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    You are absolutely hyper partisan. The vast majority of the time you are on your pony whipping it for all it's worth. In fact your earlier post is a prime example. Your gross over the top exaggerations. You pretty much liked what you heard about Obama's education idea. Yet you post like you do the majority of the time.

    This isn't "oh but I said this once" and you get a free pass.
    I oppose Marxism.
    Which means I oppose Obama and all his Marxists in Congress.

    I opposed Bush when he behaved like Marx.
    I supported Obama on the one thing he said that made sense.

    When have Libs shown this in Bush's last seven years?
    LOL.

    No Lerxst,
    I am an equal opportunity opponent of Marxism.
    Socialism.
    Reaching beyond The Constitution.

    I really don't care who it is.

    Obama hs shown what type of person he is.
    An Alinsky Radical set on "changing" America.
    A Marxist.

    And I should just sit there and be nice as he gives America an anal probe?
    Be a "Coward" in the words of AG Holder?
    Just take it like a good drone.

    Yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, yes we can... take it from behind.

    Not.

    No, no, no... I'm not going to take it willingly in Obama's KKK of A.

    .
    Last edited by zimmer; 03-20-09 at 09:10 AM.
    The Clintons are what happens...
    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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