Matt Lauer Interviews George W. Bush…

For the most part Matt Lauer was relentlessly trying to bait President George W. Bush into criticism of President Trump.   For the most part Lauer failed.

However, it would be intellectually dishonest not to notice that Dubya stayed quiet when faced with an administration he agrees with (Obama), and pokes his head up when there’s an administration he disagrees with (Trump).   UniParty Rules.

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236 Responses to Matt Lauer Interviews George W. Bush…

  1. gary says:

    Gee, when I hear Bush talk , it just brings up past rage against him. It’s better I say no more, for me and for you. 🙂

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    • CDuran says:

      I was here (NYC) on 9/11. I remember his rally like emotional tirade about America’s support for the victims and to bring the perpetrators to justice. I admit is was comforting. When all the theories came out and are still being promoted in on the internet, it gives you pause and a very sick feeling. This family is treacherous beyond belief. I do believe that there is a massive cover up that destroyed a lot of evidence. The event was just too convenient to those with power. He bears a significant part of this crime. Go away or go to jail.

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      • B Woodward says:

        One of the big cover-ups was the 9/11 Commission’s official report: “Full and Complete Account of the Circumstances Surrounding the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks.” It hardly mentioned WTC Bldg 7. Indeed it failed to even mention that Bldg 7 collapsed on 9/11. WTC Building 7 had 58 steel perimeter columns and 25 steel core columns. It was not struck by an airplane and yet it collapsed on 9/11 like a controlled demolition in 6.5 seconds into a pile of rubble. If that isn’t some kind of smoking gun, I don’t know what is.. For more information::

        http://patriotsquestion911.com/

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      • “Trump Saw on 9/11, Bombs Were Used”….DJT on WTC destruction….

        Trust an expert on high rise construction !

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    • tjandersen says:

      I completely understand…I couldn’t watch him.

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      • bob e says:

        Yale Univ grad who has trouble completing a sentence .. “Islam means peace”
        or something was just one of those sentences .. Could not watch this ..

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Ditto. I watched the first plane hit on TV. I said where is the scramble of military aircraft? No one came. The sky silent until the second plane hit, which I also saw on TV. Sickening. Enraging.

      Then I saw Bush’s eyes when he was being briefed as he was reading to children (how convenient). Those eyes were eyes of a guilty person, maybe not guilty of immediate specific knowledge, but guilty nevertheless.

      All we got out of that was ever bigger government and loss of any control of the FBI that included the local offices — who were yelling bloody murder about these “guys” in pilot training — for what???

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      • JJ...the first one says:

        One statement shuts down MSM instantly:
        How can a multi-billion dollar defense system not protect its own fricking building, the Pentagon??
        Crickets!!!

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        • facebkwallflower says:

          Remember the flak President Trump took on the campaign trail when he said 9/11 happened on GW’s watch so he did not keep us safe?????? Oh the splodey heads. It was something I never really had thought about before but when I heard this, I stopped and thought and wondered how the hell I had missed something so obvious. GW did not keep us safe.

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          • mopar2016 says:

            And I thought that Dubya would close the borders after we were attacked.
            Boy was I wrong. Instead he made it easier for the invaders to walk right in.
            Then in 2005 he decided that we should be one country with Canada and Mexico.
            His failed “North American Union” project was a real eye opener.
            He even had Ted Cruz and his CFR wife Heidi working with Condi on that nonsense.
            The Bush family are about as Republican as the Clinton and Kennedy families.

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      • Ozzie says:

        Guys like the 911 pilots still here, still being trained in flight schools. Something is very wrong with our rulers.
        It’s not like everybody with a rational thought doesn’t know muslims, good or bad, don’t belong here. If they are “peaceful” muslims, then they are just casting shadows for the crazy ones to hide in. Radical is to benign. They are outhouse rat crazy. They all lie, there is no truth in them. Truth is opposite to their beliefs, they don’t even know truth how could they speak or live it? Christianity is based on truth, the truth, you cannot separate the two.
        Most people are desensitized to how bad this has become with muslims. We are tolerant to the point of nauseum and still they want more. Wasn’t it Barbra B that said ” just say no”?

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        • USMCLt says:

          Nancy Reagan started the “just say no” campaign. Barbara Bush (both of them) is a screaming liberal. She (both of them) would urge more “tolerance” towards Muslims.

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      • NJ Transplant says:

        I don’t know if anyone remembers this. In July 0f 2001, John Ashcroft, who was atty general at the time, stopped flying commercial. There should still be articles about it. I lived in NJ but close enough to see the smoke on 9/11. It was really scary because no one knew if there would be more attacks. I was a Democrat at the time and something just didn’t smell right when Rumsfeld talked about Iraq being responsible on the evening of 9/11. I was doing research and reading Michael Rupert and found the article on Ashcroft. The Bin Ladens financed W’s first company. Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia was called a Bush brother, they were so close. Another crazy thing happened at the 9/11 commission hearings. W and Cheney had to be interviewed together and even had to go to the bathroom together.

        The whole thing stinks. I remember Michael Rupert, who had a website “From the Wilderness,” was always saying that he was afraid for his life. He moved to Venezuela for a while and shut down the website. I looked him up last week on google to see what became of him. The movie about Gary Webb, who did the story on the CIA in Nicaragua was on TV. Gary Webb eventually supposedly committed suicide by a gunshot to the head after being ruined for the story. Michael Rupert also happened to die by suicide by gunshot to the head a few years ago. Rupert was also following Gary Webb and felt that the same thing could happen to him.

        President Trump has to really drain the swamp within the intelligence community. Those people are dangerous.

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      • NJ Transplant says:

        The military aircraft was conveniently on practice maneuvers sent by Cheney.

        After the first Iraq war, George Bush the father closed the closest military base to NYC – Fort Monmouth in NJ.

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    • deborah foster says:

      Bush is trying to sell a book. After today, I figure he might only get #nevertrumpers and their fellow libs to buy his BS.

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    • Frank says:

      I can’t believe he stayed sober long enough to make a compound sentence.

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  2. Lawrence says:

    GWB = POS

    Liked by 7 people

  3. BMG says:

    Eight years of being vociferously disparaged by The One Who Walks on Water with Greek columns in the background, and not a peep outta Dubyah. Now, four weeks into the Trump Presidency, Dubyah opines that deporting an illegal entrant is infringement of the first amendment? Really?!

    Gall, Thy Name is Bush.

    The Swamp runs dirty, it runs deep.

    Get ’em out!

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  4. Go back to your ranch and stay there

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    • Dixie says:

      No, that unpatriotic scum runt GWB should get the hell out of OUR country. He no longer deserves the distinction of having been a president of the USA.

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  5. darththulhu says:

    Still have Zero regrets voting against this man twice. Molly Ivins said just about everything that needed to be said in her 2000 book, Shrub, and almost all of it was prophetic about future performance.

    Gore was not remotely a great prize, but at least he had the virtue of loathing the Clintons, rather than quietly adoring them like the Bushes do. And Gore wasting time and money on environmental boondoggles for four years would have done vastly less damage to our country than Bush incompetently warmongering and OKing torture in every corner of the globe for Eight.

    (My only fear about the alternate scenario is ending up with President Amnesty Warmonger McCain in 2004, which would have been a real possibility, ending up with Obama in 2008 anyway.)

    Nearly every single election of my adult life has been choosing the lesser of gigantic evils, straight up until 2016. My only regret is not voting for Dole in my first vote in 1996 … however bad and 100% GOPe he would have been, he would have been less incompetently bloodthirsty than Clinton and Bush both ended up being.

    Thank God for Donald Trump. First election for President where I didn’t have to hold my nose to pull the lever.

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    • gary says:

      Yeah, I agree. I didn’t vote for Bush, I felt the man was not of good character.

      It’s like Trump feels good to my heart and soul, Bush had the opposite effect on me.

      Gore didn’t have the negative feel to me, that Bush had. So I had voted for Gore just because I didn’t want Bush to be president.

      I think of myself as an Independent.

      Sundance and most of you guys in these rooms feel comfortable to me, I feel at home here, are you guys independents too … going with person who most puts America First and actually gets things done.

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      • darththulhu says:

        By religion, I have to be an Independent (or, more officially, not part of any political party). I’ve always been more leftie than not, however, while being quite clear that the Clintons have spent their entire political careers destroying everything decent about the Left in the Democratic Party, replacing it all with warmongering and cozying up to Wall Street and incoherent identity politics and revolving doors between government and Big Business.

        Gore would not have been a good President. Jimmy Carter 2.0 would have been the most likely outcome. But he wouldn’t have been the abject disaster that Bush was, either. And the one plus of a Gore Presidency would have been the purging of a decent amount of Clintonism from the Democratic Party, given his intense dislike of the Clintons (unlike Obama, who only expanded every Clintonian tendency once he seized the reins).

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        • rashamon says:

          Gore’s father was the partner in crime with Armand Hammer, the best buddy of Lenin and a useful operative for Stalin. Hammer was the founder of Occidental Petroleum where Gore Sr., after his retirement from the Senate,became the half-million dollar per year head of the OP Coal Division. Coal, I repeat, that nasty source of dirty energy that Junior so despises, as well as tobacco plantations were the source of the Gore family’s hard assets. Who knows how much more was earned from legislative and legal shenanigans plus his share of various companies benefitting the KGB and the Russian Bear.

          But the worst of Gore Sr.’s sins was his filibuster against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which he also voted against. Talk about racism!

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        • kathyca says:

          Curious. What religion precludes you from being party affiliated?

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        • NvMtnOldman says:

          Didn’t BJ sell off the Naval Oil reserves and didn’t Gore have lots of stock in Occidental Oil that got the oil?? Gore in my opinion was close to the Clintoons.

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      • Raven says:

        ‘Sundance and most of you guys in these rooms feel comfortable to me, I feel at home here, are you guys independents too …”

        I think you answered your own question when you ended the same sentence. I believe the majority of people here are Republicans (the way Republicans are “supposed” to be when the party is not infested with disease), but all of us for sure are “going with [the] person who most puts America First and actually gets things done.”

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      • churchmouse says:

        Or perhaps, ‘if you voted for Gore you were a liberal’, but last year you voted for Trump, which changes things: well done.

        A significant number of people who voted Democrat in the past, especially for Obama, voted for Donald Trump in 2016. Isn’t it time conservatives welcomed these Americans into the fold?

        Maybe it’s time to encourage Trump conservatives to embrace a) voters who voted their conscience in the past and b) believed that, in 2016, The Donald offered a sane, common sense way forward.

        Not so long ago — in 1980 — similar voters were known as Reagan Democrats. Republicans welcomed them with no hesitation.

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      • homefree15 says:

        I have always been committed to conservative ideology, but I hardly call voting conservative regardless of a decent and qualified candidate good judgment. Correct me if I am wrong, but that was Trumps entire premise… he is not part of the establishment. I did not vote for him because he was running on the Republican ticket, I voted for him because I believe he intends to make a difference. It sounds to me a lot like what you are advocating is what has kept this game in Washington going for far too long.

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    • “Gore was not remotely a great prize, but at least he had the virtue of loathing the Clintons, rather than quietly adoring them like the Bushes do. And Gore wasting time and money on environmental boondoggles for four years would have done vastly less damage to our country than Bush incompetently warmongering and OKing torture in every corner of the globe for Eight.”

      Wow, that’s a good point darththulhu! I had a knee-jerk reaction to democRATs back then, re: abortion, and I didn’t think very clearly.

      I don’t think “torture in every part of the globe” is a fair statement however. If I had a known terrorist in custody, I would do a hell of alot more than what we call today waterboarding to extract info. If interested, google water torture Philippines and learn how we did it 100 years ago. Jesse Ventura is wrong re: torture. And alot of other things frankly (as an aside).

      Your main point that AlGore would have done less damage than Bush is a good one.

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    • “A Century of US Presidents Marching to the Beat of the New World Order”

      by Joachim Hagopian at EmpireExposedBlogspot….

      A West Point history grad on some suppressed history….

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  6. Jenny R. says:

    I don’t regret voting for him, not completely at least (the alternatives of Gore or Kerry were much worse), but I do regret the times I defended him during those 8 years. Looking back, he warranted no more defense than Clinton or Obama (“defend the chair, not the person”).

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  7. F D says:

    George W Bush stuck us with the Patriot Act.

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    • Tee says:

      and the DHS, between the two, largest increases in GOV in most of our lifetimes and greatest infringement on personal freedom.

      This is a conservative Republican in action.

      Remember this.

      Liked by 5 people

      • ivanthenuc says:

        LOL – There is NOTHING conservative about GW – nothing! He is a big government liberal republican RINO – similar to all of those the party tried to foist on us during the last election and those who have worked hard to help obammie screw us and steal all of our money for the last eight years.

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        • Tee says:

          sorry but the country is FULL OF Bush republican conservatives. calling them all “RINOS” when you have to fall back from their fail position doesn’t change a thing, the republican conservatives have never been for small gov, they did used to be for a Repub controlled big government, the difference is now they want the Dems to be in charge.

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          • pyromancer76 says:

            They are not conservatives and never were. Only Repubilicans who let them steal the moniker “conservative” have permitted that. Just as you have permitted denigrating the “L” word. No one can think with this de-construction of American values.

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            • Tee says:

              The Becks and Levins are “conservatives” on the payroll of globalist media, these people have demonized the term “nationalist” or “populist” and propped up “conservative” as some sort of pseudonym for “patriot”.

              I consider myself a “liberal” if anything but really a libertarian, and also more patriotic than any of you so called “conservatives”, which is moniker at this point I would never wish to have on me.

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  8. Toronto Tonto says:

    All those years my liberal friends trashed Bush, and I didn’t say a word. I blamed him for allowing 911, but I didn’t believe he murdered 3000 innocent Americans or killed Iraqis for oil. I never got unhinged about Bush, but seeing his behavior during the GOP primary and since Trump won, I hate the whole Bush family. Loser Jeb, the evil parents, George and his Planned Parenthood supporting daughter. These people are traitors, and I’m glad they’re showing their true colors. I don’t regret my past antipathy.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      9-11 is an entire different construct, and Bush just played along. IMO, the conspiracy theories that persist to this day, are fodder for of a much larger paradigm that has been by design to serve a much larger agenda, the Globalists intent for total control. There are too many coincidences associated with 9-11 that when one draws back the curtains it has the central banks and secret Organizations of the oligarchs finger prints all over it. Yes I know, conspiracy theories are just that, theories, but at some point, and after witnessing the last 16 years of perpetual wars, corruption, and warring on the social issues to serve as divide and conquer the masses strategies, along with Political correctness narratives, lap dog media serving as the tool of false flags, virtue signaling, and of the telling of lies to boot, then the dots are not that hard to connect, nor comprehend. Man is truly a wretched animal!

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      • JohnPaulJohnes says:

        Just the beginning.
        Global currency and global ruler is the new goal.
        How to do that on rushed schedule? global nuclear war, global sickness outbreak, global famine, or some global environmental disaster.
        New world order will be welcomed as solution for emergency crisis too big to fix.
        Odd to have ultra wealthy non-conspiracy-prepper types preparing for catastrophe.

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    • Deb says:

      I never liked Bush. But the hate for him on the left was unhinged. I disagreed with most of his policies and almost everything he did. But watching the media gaslight and attack him in dishonest ways was a real eye opener for me as a person in my 20’s. He was bad enough if you simply stuck to the facts, why did the media feel the need to actually lie?

      Then Obama came on the scene, and it was clear the media had an agenda. Trying to figure out that agenda was the journey that led me to read “conservative” news and eventually to TCTH.

      I am so thankful that to all the patriots, especially Sundance, who are dedicated to spreading truth in our world so full of lies.

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    • tjandersen says:

      I agree…they are Globalist, anti-American traitors. Im so happy Trump skewered W at that debate.

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    • Tee says:

      If you lost family members on 911 as I did, you would never allow another Bush to be born.

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    • Prior to 9/11 four FBI field offices reported arab/flight school issues, all were ordered to stand down. Student at OKC school had 56 hours of dual time, never soloed a Cessna, moved to Minneapolis, enrolled for Boeing 747 simulator training, paid with 56 one hundred dollar bills. Local FBI office arrested on Aug 16, 2001, ordered to stand down. Agent Harry Samit sent 26 page list of evidence to fifty offices at DC HQ, ordered to stand down on Aug 18, 2001, see Wiki/Zacarias_Moussaoui

      CIA asset Susan Landauer notified multiple agencies from May 2001 of WTC air attack, convicted of TREASON, see “Extreme Prejudice”

      US Army Intelligence Unit, Abel Danger tracked Atta, three other hijackers, ordered to stand down. Ordered to Pentagon, Sept 11, 2001, murdered.

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  9. oldgrunt68 says:

    How does George W Bush sleep at night? All those legless young men and armless. In the thousands….for what???? Not including the fatherless children from KIA veterans. How do you sleep George? Write a book on that. You say nothing during the Obama years and now your mouth is out of gear…….I know your type, you tried to kill us all in the Nam!

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  10. supertalk says:

    Wait I thought GWBush was supposed to be the classy ex president that didn’t weigh in on politics anymore.
    For the good of the country, We should stroke him a check and ask him to take another 8 year vacation.

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  11. Sedanka says:

    I do regret voting for Dubya (twice) and defending him (much more than twice). I didn’t feel there was any choice at the time, and there really wasn’t. But whatever respect or positive feeling I had for him was completely obliterated by his anti-Trump stance. The Bush royal family isn’t all that different from the Clintons.

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    • H.R. says:

      Sedanka: “The Bush royal family isn’t all that different from the Clintons.”

      Spot on.

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      • Tee says:

        Not all that different? What difference is there at all? They go on tour together to celebrate their corrupt administrations and tell the sheeple how wonderful they were in power.

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    • darththulhu says:

      As someone who had to firmly hold my nose to vote for President prior to 2016, I have no problem with people who voted the other way, so long as they acknowledge that their vote was also a large evil worthy of regret.

      A vote for (either) Bush was a vote for more NWO neocon globalism taking over the Republican Party. A vote for the son was also a vote for incompetence. A vote for McCain was a vote for unhinged and unrestrained warmongering. A vote for R-Money was a vote for unrestrained Vulture Capitalism and a blanket Amnesty (and even more Syria war than we got from Obama, and the near certainty of President Hillary Clinton in 2016).

      Prior to Trump, there have been no good presidential candidates on the Big Two tickets in 32 years … and Reagan was on the ticket *in spite of* the Republican establishment, not because of it.

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    • yy4u says:

      Like. I too regret voting for W (x2) and defending him (more than 2x), but at the time I didn’t realize there WAS a UniParty. I still was under the illusion that we had a two party system. It took Trump (and Sundance) to point that out. If the Repubs hadn’t gone SO NUTS over Trump (like the Dems are now), I might never have caught on. But when people start pulling out their hair in hysteria, one has to pay attention.

      Truth be told, Perot warned us in 1992, but we didn’t listen. He laid out in his “Giant Sucking Sound” statement what was going to happen (jobs going to Mexico) and it HAS happened — just like he said it would. Maybe had we listened to Perot, we might not be in the shape we’re in now.

      Fact is the UniParty has been in charge for a long time. Dems and Repubs are united on the big issues (Globalism/Amnesty/Open Borders). Where they differ is on the small issues (abortion, taxes, education, labor unions) which enabled them all these years to fool us. Trump came along and took on the big issues and both wings of the Uniparty went haywire!

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  12. Joe says:

    Con man. Just like his father & brother.

    Uniparty uber allies.

    America…not so much.

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  13. fred5678 says:

    W: Go play golf 24/7/365 with Obama, to keep OFA from harming The Republic.

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  14. blognificentbee says:

    He was a hermit for 8 years while Obama set about to ruin our country, NOW he decides it’s cool to do a interview with Matt Lauer – what a jerk! Where is all that party loyalty that Republicans always talk about, this truly disgusts me. shame on you, George Bush.

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    • deplorabledaveinsocal says:

      You need to have integrity to feel shame. With each passing day I feel more and more that Providence intervened.

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    • darththulhu says:

      What he’s doing now IS the Party Loyalty that the GOPe always talks about: GOPe Loyalty.

      He’s setting the stage for Rubio (or some other GOPe empty suit) to primary Trump in 2020. In that regard, Bush is exceedingly Loyal to his actual party: the UniParty.

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  15. donnajeanz says:

    I’m here to sell this book…he says with a smile,
    and he Was our President…
    Thank you Lord for POTUS Donald J Trump
    God bless and keep us.

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  16. TexasDude says:

    I do not regret voting for him, but have had issues on some of his policies and actions that we are still dealing with.

    It never defended himself nor his administration and was completely silent during Obama’s administration.

    We now have a Republican in office that fights back, W comes out of silence? Really?

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  17. Annie says:

    Dubya can do our country a favor by getting back into his bath tub and doing another self-portrait and refrain from backhanded criticism of our sitting president.

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  18. Sloth1963 says:

    Video’s been pulled?

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  19. Mike says:

    W would not have had a totally failed presidency if he had just punched back against the media & dems like Trump does. He was able, in his own way – just not willing. W thought fighting back would sully the so-called dignity of the office, as if that were some majestic crown to behold.

    Bottom line: W decided it a worthy cause to send soldiers to sacrifice, fight and die in GWOT mission, but not a worthy cause for himself to sacrifice this bogus notion of presidential aura in order to personally fight back, holding nothing back, against the only foe – the media/dem political “resistance” – capable of bringing about the defeat of the entire endeavor he sent soldiers into battle for.

    W may not have viewed the decision in these terms, but in the end that’s the choice he made. I totally regret my votes for both 41 and 43. There shall not be another (I’m looking at you, P).

    I’m so very glad that Pres. Trump does not feel constrained by such false notions. No pretensions and sandbags, just a job to do and a swamp to drain. Dirty, complicated work.

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  20. decisiontime16 says:

    I always thought it was odd when GWBush was president and his constant rants of “terrorism, terrorism” and the southern border was all but wide open. Never made any sense.

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  21. tjandersen says:

    W. Bush is a filthy, Globalist, pro-Amnesty, anti-American piece of sh&t. NEVER before spoke a word about another sitting President. NEVER. What a horrible family. I’m so glad Trump emasculated Jeb the beta and stole his website during the campaign.. After Trump called Jeb low energy Jeb started jogging in campaign states to counter it. Trump didnt just get in Jeb’s head…he got in his soul. I loathe the Bush’s as much as the Clintons…the whole lot.

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  22. Indimex says:

    Yeah, he lost me at, “Religion of peace.”

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  23. Rox says:

    I was very sad to hear about his behavior today.

    He is woefully out of touch, though, if he thinks that our Cold Anger only goes back to Obama and that we cannot see that his policies and behavior are also part of the problem.

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  24. MVW says:

    Clinton – Bush in Haiti, we are talking major criminal partnership enterprise. The Bushes and Clintons need to be outed, they should not be above the law untouchables,

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  25. Bubba says:

    Where’s the trillions of dollars that went “missing” during your administration?

    Why did you continue to support Dyncorp with gov’t funding after it was proven that they were involved in human trafficking?

    W = Jackass and criminal.

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  26. feralcatsblog says:

    “Islam is love, not hate”
    – George W. Bush the Depraved

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  27. I went the “lesser of evils” route and voted for this dink twice. I knew better because I despised Poppy Bush and was well aware of the Bushie M. O. I realize it would have been better to have the uncharismatic Gore for four years with the opportunity to confront him with a less compromised and Bushified conservative movement. Instead, it was 8 years of deceit, useless wars and the empowerment of the Left. I watched as this disgrace rolled over and exposed his hairless belly to the Left. He promoted massive, irresponsible government, wars and lies. He worked non stop for corporatist globalism. He made possible Obama and the rabid Left.

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  28. daughnworks247 says:

    I was so disappointed when he did not fire back against the Dems at the end of his administration.
    W’s passive attitude to the Dem’s is what makes them think WE ARE PASSIVE.

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  29. Totally Domestic says:

    I also voted for W twice.
    Truth is we had no choice. Just like they thought they could pull off this election. Giving us no choice but uniparty.

    I woke up to the fact that W was evil when he publicly rebuked our pastor Dr Jerry Vines for speaking the truth at the Southern Baptist convention. Dr Vines called Mohamed a pedifile prophet. He was fearless.

    W couldn’t get to a micraphone fast enough to rebuke Dr Vines.
    That is when I knew W was evil. His wife Laura a pro abort so I already knew she was evil.

    Now this! He makes me sick!

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  30. Red says:

    My biggest regret about W is that I argued with my Daddy in defence of W….. Daddy had no use for W or old man Bush. Daddy was right, he warned me about the Patriot Act too. I defended it, but he was much wiser than me and warned me about the government and its power. I did listen to him though, even when we argued about politics I always wanted to hear his opinion. I bet he’d love our President Trump

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  31. screwauger says:

    First, thank you SD for opening my eyes. GWB is the reason I started learning about/became interested in National Politics. I voted for him twice and I defended him once I had learned enough to do so. The mother of my then fiance’ hated him and never missed an opportunity to slam him and me for voting for him. I learned quickly and became one of his biggest champions. All that changed when the RATS showed their true colors. I am ashamed of myself at times because I was so sucked in by Rush and the GOPe. Never again thanks to CTH, SD and all of the intelligent like minded people at this site. Thank you.

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    • Sedanka says:

      Hear, hear. I also owe SD thanks for opening my eyes about (and giving me a superior alternative to) Rush Limbaugh, who I was a loyal fan of for 20 years, with the subscriptions and the books and everything. Completely disconnected from him and am much better off for it.

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  32. FREDDY says:

    Not there yet but close…to denouncing the Bush family…..I’m sick at the thought but all of them are are becoming sore losers and media hos like Mccain……….I’m losing all respect……SAD……..

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  33. Bruce says:

    GW was a huge disappointment. I have no time to listen to more of the read my lips crap from him or anyone in his family. His daughter is pro abort. I Puke.

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  34. SKULL & BONES. Sodomizing in a coffin. Victim of MK Ultra from his own Father a sadistic rapist and pedophile. MKULTRA. JFK Assassination. CIA. THOUSAND POINTS OF LIGHT NWO.

    Just to name a few.

    Won’t watch. I’ve seen enough of the BUSH FAMILY MOVIE.

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    • JohnPaulJohnes says:

      Some of the stuff on Neal and jeb are pretty disturbing. Conspiracy stuff mostly, but with protected class, there’s never whole truths.

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  35. wyntre says:

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  36. Maquis says:

    Will. Not. Listen. To. This. Man.

    I am sick of these people.

    When I caught sight of Bush 43 at the inauguration, when he was aware of the camera, he had this silly smirk on his face. So hard to decipher that smirk. Was it all a game to him? What was so funny? Was he already engaged in destroying the Presidency not quite yet begun? Was there a running joke with his Deep State buddies? Was he playing Court Jester just to display his contempt at the proceedings? Was he just an idiot?

    In any case, it was quite off-putting, and embarrassing. To think that I had ever fought for him, while serving under him, in a hostile foreign land, makes me sick.

    Of course, I haven’t gotten over having to vote for McCain either.

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    • freddiel says:

      picture of Bush. Sorry, I should have told you what it is so you know it is ok to check link. I don’t know how to show the picture here.

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  37. UKExpat says:

    Bush kept quiet the whole 8 years that OBOZO and the DemoncRATS were destroying America but now he feels the need to speak up hey- sit down you BOZO you are YESTERDAYS MAN>

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  38. UKExpat says:

    Don’t forget Trump hustled all the Arabs out of the USA just after 9/11 even lifting the NO FLY restriction to protect THEM.

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  39. ivehadit says:

    Very, very sad.

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  40. tempo150101 says:

    When I heard part of his comments on the radio news this afternoon, the first word that came out of my mouth was CUCK!

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