"Extremism in the Defense of Liberty is No Vice. Moderation in the Pursuit of Justice is No Virtue!" --Barry Goldwater.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Stabbing the President in the Back

President Bush has been trying to appease the liberal left and radical Democrats on many different fronts since he was elected 5 years ago. The radical liberal leftist Dems in the Senate and House of Representatives and across the country have met Bush’s good will with anger and indifference. Former President Clinton left office in shame and disgrace for his apathy for the law. President Bush helped recovery Clinton’s legacy by inviting him to the White house several times and partnering him with Bush 41 in being help to people around the world and now in America affected with disasters. Now President Clinton who President Bush has treated with respect not bring up his Blue Dress accident has stabbing the President in the back. President Clinton stabbed President Bush in the back with the knife President Bush gave him. If Bush didn’t help recover Clinton’s reputation the sting from the womb Clinton gave Bush in the back wouldn’t hurt so much. But I will say I was against the friendship Bush was trying to form with Clinton and I think Bush had this slap in the face coming. And President Bush deserve it because he stabbed his base in the back with his move to the left and we all know the old saying “What goes around, comes around.”

I just hope President Bush will do right and find his base. Only he can recovery his legacy and only by coming back home to the RIGHT. We will not go to the left for him!


Revka said...

finally found a conservative blogger.
my website is:www.revkatake.blogspot.com
Mayby if you click the blue Rebecca it will take you to it?
Like your comments

supplymadam said...

Yeah Bush needs some good advice. He needs to take as stance for once in his life.

supplymadam said...

It's about time GW:
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President Bush fired back at ex-president Clinton on Thursday, saying the weak U.S. response to terrorist attacks that took place mostly during the Clinton administration encouraged al Qaida to launch the 9/11 attacks.

"The terrorists saw our response to the hostage crisis in Iran, the bombings in the Marine barracks in Lebanon, the first World Trade Center attack, the killing of American soldiers in Somalia, the destruction of two U.S. embassies in Africa and the attack on the USS Cole," Bush noted, after getting an update on the war on terror at the Pentagon.

"The terrorists concluded that we lacked the courage and character to defend ourselves and so they attacked us," the president added, in quotes picked up by United Press International.

Four of the six terrorist attacks cited by Bush took place on Clinton's watch, with the first two coming during the presidencies of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.

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Bush's decision to invoke Clinton's poor record on terrorism comes just five days after the ex-president slammed him for attacking Iraq without just cause.
"The administration . . . decided to launch this invasion virtually alone and before the U.N. inspections were completed - with no real urgency, no evidence that there was any weapons of mass destruction there," Clinton complained to ABC's "This Week."

"I did not favor what was done," he added.

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Myron said...

I dislike Sen. Frist because i think he is a weak conservative and hes a back stabber just like Clinton. Sen. Frist is like the John Kerry of the Republican Party, he has been preparing himself for the presidency for 20 years or more. He says “life begins at conception” yet he is in favor of human embryonic stem sell research, the man disgust me

Myron said...

Bush is fighting back now and that’s good but he made a mistake he shouldn’t have made in the first place. When he first partner his father with Clinton every conservative i know said they were disappointed with Bush and that it was going to comeback and bite. And it did over the weekend, if the common person can figure it out why couldn’t Bush and his people in the White House.

supplymadam said...

Well I don't know Myron. It is kind of odd that Bush or his people don't see these things.
Do you think he is trying to be seen as a good guy and then maybe he knew Clinton would turn on him and try to make himself look foolish? So maybe the democrats and the rest of the country can see how nasty they really are.
Maybe it was actually a well laid plan.Hmmmm.