IMO, the repudiation of the GOP, if that was what it was, reflected their lack of gonads and that includes Mr. Bush who didn’t stand up to Liberals and the MSM who defamed and ridiculed him every hour of every day for the past eight years. McCain had the opportunity to go on national TV and explain the current financial mess and to name names along with a timeline of just how we got here thanks to Dodd, Frank, Pelosi, Reid and the rest of the DC criminals.
To sum up, the lack of leadership, the lack of guts, the lack of spine, the lack of gonads, and the lack of concern for America and our future is what got the GOP where it is today. Time to find a leader that will represent conservatives and not be afraid to tell the American people the truth and to stand up to Liberals and the MSM.
After four years of Liberals destroying America, if there is anything left of America, the people will once again throw them out of power. You can count on it.
George W. Bush: Clueless to the end.
Can anyone think of a worse two term President?
It was also a repudiation of Bush.
I agree totally
>> IMO, the repudiation of the GOP, if that was what it was, reflected their lack of gonads and that includes Mr. Bush who didnt stand up to Liberals and the MSM
The GOP’s a joke including it’s gang of RINOs. To make Bush the center point of the GOP’s failure is a grave mistake — Bush will leave office soon, but the GOP will remain unchanged.
We championed Bush during our darkest period, only to shun him a few short years later as if he were just some other feckless RINO.
It’s difficult to recall the Republicans that stood up for Bush during the never ending media assaults. In fact, many ran against Bush once the reality of war became apparent. As far as I’m concerned, the GOP left Bush in search of its own pathetic agenda. Bush was abandoned during his Presidency not unlike what’s happening here.
It was the constituency that helped to steer Bush straight, not the GOP. The GOP should have at least picked up the slack.
I think he did try to explain, but too little too late. He was also hampered by limiting himself to government-matched funds, which left him financially unable to sponsor anything like the half hour "infomercial" on national TV that the Annoited One did.