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    Re: 9/11 families' fury as Obama compares BP oil spill to Twin Towers attack Read mo

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    I agree with Obama's assessment. I just hope we don't go overboard and do over-the-top random and fairly useless activity like we did after 9/11.
    (deep inhale) Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush.....

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    Re: 9/11 families' fury as Obama compares BP oil spill to Twin Towers attack Read mo

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    (deep inhale) Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush Bush.....
    Bush was part of it, but its still going on today. You are never going to plug all the holes that a terrorist can sneak through.

    Besides, there's nothing wrong with blaming Bush for what he screwed up. Heck, people are still blaming things on Carter, Reagan, and Clinton. (I don't see much blamed on Bush Sr. though, I guess he was too prudent)
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    Re: 9/11 families' fury as Obama compares BP oil spill to Twin Towers attack Read mo

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Bush was part of it, but its still going on today. You are never going to plug all the holes that a terrorist can sneak through.

    Besides, there's nothing wrong with blaming Bush for what he screwed up. Heck, people are still blaming things on Carter, Reagan, and Clinton. (I don't see much blamed on Bush Sr. though, I guess he was too prudent)
    With regards to your last sentence.
    This is fair and correct, problems that have come about because of a weakening of Regulatioary rules can be blamed on those administrations that weakened such rules.

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