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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Yes, it is. This is certainly true:
    -GWBs detractors NEVER allowed for the idea that there was anything resembling a booming economy while he was president;
    Proof that all detractors of GWB NEVER, meaning not once, allowed for the idea that the economy was "booming" or doing well?

    -Redress is a GWB detractor.
    True, depending on your definition of a Bush Detractor.

    Based on what you've done in this thread, which is equate that since Redress has been a detractor of Bush on some issues then they must be a detractor of Bush on ALL issues, that would mean that:

    Reverend Hellhound
    Myself
    Sean Hannity
    Mr. V
    Rush Limbaugh
    Glenn beck
    Jamesrage

    and numerous others on this board must be "bush detractors" and must have specifically talked down the economy from 2001 to 2009 having NEVER said it was booming or giving any indication there for, because every one of those listed have made statements detracting against Bush and since you seem to be equating a standard to Redress that ANY detraction means they agree with ALL the detractions then to be consistant I guess you must apply that to everyone, yes?

    So, tell us, how much do you hate the evil Bush Detractors that talk down the government and hate our troops like Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and fellow posters here like Reverend Hellhound?

    You really think I cannot? You were paying attention from 2001 to 2009, right?
    Yeah, I was.

    MANY people who did not like Bush did present the economy as if it was not good throughout all of those years.

    Others that disliked him primarily depicted it like that save for when it as advantageous.

    While others still acknowledged that it was legitimate.

    While still others didn't really speak much on the economy at all.

    And while still there were people who WEREN'T detractors of Bush that ALSO felt the economy was bad all 8 years as well.

    Unlike you, whose suggesting all Bush detractors never indicated in any way that the Economy was "booming" or going very well during any of his time in office.

    Hmm.
    Given the comments -I- have received, this qualifies as trolling and flaming and baiting.
    Its certainly an attack on me, personally.
    No, its attack on your argument in this thread, which is rabidly hyper partisan in your broad and dishonest genrealization of Redress.

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    Don't tempt her. I do it to you about once a month, remember?
    It's because you deserve it.
    Ah.... a 28-day cycle.
    That explains it.

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Ah.... a 28-day cycle.
    That explains it.
    A month is 30 days. see you still can't manage to count past the digits of your fingers and toes...

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    Proof that all detractors of GWB NEVER, meaning not once, allowed for the idea that the economy was "booming" or doing well?
    Oh wait... your issue here is that I used the terms 'all' and 'never'.
    Well pish-posh. I thought you were really arguing about something substantive.

    True, depending on your definition of a Bush Detractor.
    So... what's your problem?

    Amd NONE of this does anything to change the fact that resress is just making excuses.

    No, its attack on your argument in this thread, which is rabidly hyper partisan in your broad and dishonest genrealization of Redress.
    Uh-huh. Well then I'll just chalk your pre-pubesscent response up to your hyper-extended and grossly unwarranted sense of self-importance, and we'll call it even.

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Uh-huh. Well then I'll just chalk your pre-pubesscent response up to your hyper-extended and grossly unwarranted sense of self-importance, and we'll call it even.
    Not exactly something I would say to a moderator dude...

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Well YOU wouldn't, but if I say any more than that, I'll be accused of personal attacks again.

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    Not exactly something I would say to a moderator dude...

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    LOL............. That is all.
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    Thus my obligatory condemnation of White supremacy will now be in every post, lest I be accused of supporting it because I didn't mention it specifically every time I post.

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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    In various threads, whenever the mistakes of Bush are brought up, some people always seem to want to bury the past and act like it never happened so they can blame everything on Obama instead.

    So, in your opinion, how effective is this strategy?
    Please provide a list of members who are ignoring Bush's mistakes. They may be ignoring you, and the other dunces who use the blame Bush strategy to ignore the pinheaded idiot named Obama.
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    Re: How convincing is the ignore Bush strategy?

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    Not exactly something I would say to a moderator dude...
    Meh. It's the same as what he said to me, just with different particulars.

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