View Poll Results: What will be GWB's legacy?

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  • A great and inspired world leader

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  • A man who accomplished much but failed to live up to his complete potential

    3 8.57%
  • A man who may have had good ideas but failed to accomplish much

    10 28.57%
  • A man with lack of ideas and accomplished very little

    6 17.14%
  • A complete and utter failure who drove this country to the brink of bankruptcy

    16 45.71%
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Give me a break...your own arrogance exposes your own "syndromes"....
    Translation: blather blabbety blah bah bah bah.

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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    I would say a complete and utter failure, period.
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by peepnklown View Post
    I would say a complete and utter failure, period.
    Controlling the damage from one failed Democrat policy after another is Bush being a failure?

    Nice logic.
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    He probably had some good ideas. He just didn't accomplish any of them.
    Aside from huge tax cuts, reversing the left's policy of groveling and surrendering to every foreign threat, etc., sure.
    Democracy is two wolves and a sheep voting on what's for dinner (paraphrasing James Bovard).

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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by aquapub View Post
    Controlling the damage from one failed Democrat policy after another is Bush being a failure?

    Nice logic.
    What damage did he control?

    The deficit wasn't big enough?
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by aquapub View Post
    Aside from huge tax cuts, reversing the left's policy of groveling and surrendering to every foreign threat, etc., sure.
    It all started with that lefty Reagan retreating in Lebanon.
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by aquapub
    Nice logic.
    Odd, I like your conjecture.
    I did not say why he was a failure so I think you need to reevaluate your logic.
    I would ask for an expanded explanation before you assume.
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by peepnklown View Post
    Odd, I like your conjecture.
    I did not say why he was a failure so I think you need to reevaluate your logic.
    I would ask for an expanded explanation before you assume.
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by ROC
    You have the worst avatar ever.
    Thank you for adding to the thread.
    I will use your reply to add a bit more about my comment.
    This item does not make Bush (Jr.) the worst but, an item worth looking at is his unnecessary Iraq War. It was odd to see Bush push so hard for the war when all of his reasons were false. I would like to point out that Bush alone did not fail the people, our representatives failed us by not stopping him and our media failed us by parroting the governments jingoism toward Iraq.
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    Re: GWB's Legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by independent_thinker2002 View Post
    What damage did he control?

    The deficit wasn't big enough?
    He responded to the catastrophic eight-year Democrat non-response to al Qaida, the abysmal failure of Democrat leadership in New Orleans, the Clinton Recession, Democrat-created fuel shortages, and the left's obliteration of the housing market by pressing for free market reforms at every turn, some of which worked, as with the tax cuts.

    That's controlling the damage. And Democrats, who, like you, fell over themselves with outrage about the spending that was necessary to clean up after repeated Democrat policy disasters now propose spending increases that dwarf anything Bush ever did. So please, spare us the phony posturing about fiscal responsibility.

    Last edited by aquapub; 01-22-09 at 08:40 AM.
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