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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenboy219 View Post
    I have never seen such venomous political opposition outside of the walls of the Sejm. The GOP is more than willing to let the economy falter in the hope that such a scenario will score major political points for the next election.
    Minus a few exceptions, the GOP is a vile and wretched institution. However, one needs to accept this fact and move on. Unfortunately, our current leader thrives off deflection, scapegoating, and victimization. Obama loves to blame everyone else, but himself. A real leader looks for solution to their problems. Obama looks for ways to blame people in order to validate his crappy administration.

    Ironically, for all the bitching that the left does about the right, they try to idolize them. We got more of the same rather than true change.

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Pretty simple - for people who just like to say "I blame Bush" over and over, how much longer do we have to hear it?
    I'll always hold him responsible for his actions and the consequences of them just like I hold every other president and person responsible for their actions and the consequences of them. However, at this point Congress for their stupidity and Obama for his lack of effective leadership are also responsible for their slow and ineffective actions which, I believe, have prolonged the current state of the economy more than it needs to be.

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    I generally blame Woodrow Wilson.

    But until we are no longer suffering from policies and decisions made by Bush and his friends, he will rightfully be blamed for them. Actually, he'll always be blamed for them. Time doesn't change that. But they won't be an important topic of discussion then.
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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Pretty simple - for people who just like to say "I blame Bush" over and over, how much longer do we have to hear it?
    Until the effects of his policies are no longer a factor in our political and economic environment. Its not really a time limit thing, but more of a cause and effect one, until the effects he caused are purged from the system, he keeps the blame, and if it ever happens, his blame becomes a historical consideration.
    Last edited by tacomancer; 09-19-11 at 07:37 PM.

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    i blaim Bush for everything that he is responsible for.

    nothing more...nothing less.

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    Pretty simple - for people who just like to say "I blame Bush" over and over, how much longer do we have to hear it?
    For as long as y'all used the "I blame Clinton" excuse.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Until his mistakes and the repercussions of his policies have passed into the history books.


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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    Until his mistakes and the repercussions of his policies have passed into the history books.
    hear hear!!

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    For as long as y'all used the "I blame Clinton" excuse.
    Heck, I still see people blaming Hoover, Coolege, FDR, Nixon, etc.

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    Re: How long will you "blame Bush"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Antiderivative View Post
    I think after years of Democratic control and spending trillions of dollars, liberals need to accept more personal responsibility for our current situation. If they don't want the responsibility, then they should have never ran for the job. Unfortunately, modern day liberalism thrives off of scapegoating and victimization.

    I have never seen a leader victimize himself as much as Barack Obama.
    Were you not around during Bush's year in office wherein everything was Clinton's fault? Those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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