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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    Quote Originally Posted by MarineTpartier View Post
    So he's Romney? lol
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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    How do you think Bush would persuade Obama to negotiate?

    Remember what he said to McCain at one of their meetings?

    He said he won the election so get over it, or something like that.

    I am sure he would have the same attitude towards Bush.

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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    There's a long 200 year tradition in America, when a President leaves office he's suppose to stay out of the public limelight, out of public politics, never comment publicly on who's in the White House and just keeps his mouth shut.

    Of the 44 Presidents this nation has had, 43 have upheld that tradition. Teddy Roosevelt and Jimmy Carter have walked the line but Clinton needs to raise his standards and get a life and hook up with a Fox News babe.
    Carter has not stayed out of anything.

    He comments on every issue out there and some rag actually prints what he says.

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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    No. He's pretty much irrelevant in today's political spectrum.
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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    No. He's pretty much irrelevant in today's political spectrum.
    I wouldn't say irrelevant since he is still being blamed for all wrongs inthe Obama administration.

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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    Carter has not stayed out of anything.

    He comments on every issue out there and some rag actually prints what he says.
    I concur.

    As I said, Carter walked the line and has stepped over the line more than a few times.

    But Clinton has ignored the line and the tradition of all other Presidents. The guy has no American class at all.

    The biggest fear America should have, what if Obama doesn't go into exile in 2017 ?

    You have to remember, Jimmy Carter has been living under a cloud during the past three past decades as the worse President in modern times.

    You may have also observed that Carter statrted showing a smile in 2009 and it got bigger every year knowing that Obama was just not the worse President in America's history but America's nightmare.

    But when Obama was given a second chance to redeam himself in Novemeber of 2012, Carter went back to being a grumpy failed liberal.

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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    This is a hillarious question. I wish I had something insightful to say about it. I do appreciate the question though.

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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    When I read the title I thought the question would be if Bush was President right now would he be negotiating where Obama is not.

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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    Quote Originally Posted by aberrant85 View Post
    Here's a hypothetical: if Bush were to come out of hiding and announce his support for re-opening the gov't and raising the debt ceiling, would that have any effect?

    Or do Dems and Repubs equally loathe him and it wouldn't make a difference?
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    re: Could George W Bush Mediate the Impasse?[W:93]

    Bush is too moderate for the Tea Party faction to listen to. It would be like talking to a wall. On the flipside, I don't think any Dem is going to listen to Bush. Therefore we have gotten nowhere.
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