4 Thoughts on “GW Bush = Dignity

  1. Warren Phear on November 25, 2008 at 6:32 am said:

    Here is the “dignity” I see in gwb. Fighting in an unwinnable war, where we can’t even define who the enemy is, to the tune of $12,000,000,000 a month and climbing.


    Even more “dignity” I see in gwb.

    The S&P 500, the bellweather for nearly all 401K plans, despite the infusion of the 12% gains of the past two days, is still down 37% from what it was at on the day Clinton handed bush the keys to the Whitehouse nearly eight years ago. It is also down 47% from it’s October 9th high of last year. Yet, there are still bush apologists who tell us that “technically” we are not in a recession. “Technically” I guess that happens the day Obama is sworn in.

  2. I’m getting worried though. I think Congress needs to have a meeting with the next boss and get rolling on ‘something’. My idea would have been just to give taxpayer’s and small businesses direct loans from the federal government and let the big fish figure out their own shit. How does it make sense for the Govt. to give a bank a loan at 4-7% and that bank turns around and gives the consumer a loan at 9-11% when it is our f’king money they are borrowing us to begin with, that in turn we are borrowing from the Chinese. Talk about a monkey f’ing a football.

  3. Ghost of Dude on November 25, 2008 at 9:41 am said:

    Makes me wonder sometimes if Bush plays a fiddle while watching CNBC’s ticker…
    These problems have been a long time in coming, and nobody is free from blame.
    What I have yet to hear from any of these geniuses is how we can realistically fix the problem.

  4. Throw money at it – that’s the solution to all Republicans problems.

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