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The guy didn't accomplish anything positive for America, and did nothing but harm this nation that continues today like a knife in the back costing us trillions and untold numbers of poverty stricken, wounded & maimed, murdered and butchered in combat, and debt our great grand children will still be paying for. The total destruction of the American dream and society at large are all Bush's continuing saga of doom. Thanks cons.

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shin once again a totally bull sh*t post that is factless. W's economy was excellent unemployment averaging under 5% over 8 years. W implemented measures that kept American safe from terrorism after 9/11 which was clearly due to lack of intelligence from clinton's admin. the financial disaster towards the end of W's presidency was 100% the fault of liberals who forced banks to make bad loans to people who could no way pay them back.

 

W was a very good president over all. compared to obama he is a superior president in EVERY way. obama has failed this country, betrayed the trust of the American people, driven a divide that has not been seen since the civil war and has failed at helping the economy get back on track.

 

your claim is factless and you are an ass hole for even posting this.

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Not just a con failure, but an American failure and the lowest point of American political history. For eight long and devastating years, he served as the poster child of a regime that annihilated our economy, initiated illegitimate warfare that killed thousands of American troops and tens of thousand of innocents, and committed war atrocities in the name of cronyism, all without never having won a legitimate election.

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reb,you like shin are either clueless or want to intentionally lie. either way that is the typical make up of liberal scum. anyway, I personally made millions in real estate and mortgages under W. unemployment at it's lowest under W was under 4%. the econ collapse is 100% the fault of the libs and that is fact. I was in the middle of the entire crisis. I know what caused it and I made a lot of money at both ends of it.

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shin once again a totally bull sh*t post that is factless. W's economy was excellent unemployment averaging under 5% over 8 years. W implemented measures that kept American safe from terrorism after 9/11 which was clearly due to lack of intelligence from clinton's admin. the financial disaster towards the end of W's presidency was 100% the fault of liberals who forced banks to make bad loans to people who could no way pay them back.

 

W was a very good president over all. compared to obama he is a superior president in EVERY way. obama has failed this country, betrayed the trust of the American people, driven a divide that has not been seen since the civil war and has failed at helping the economy get back on track.

 

your claim is factless and you are an ass hole for even posting this.

This loony actually is making excuses for Bush!!! LMAO!!! A lack of Clinton intel? LMAO!!! What a fking fool this toad stool is. Financial failure at end of Bush era? LMAO!! What a fking fooool!!!!! Bad loans? LMAO!! What a fking foool!!!

 

Bush has a library with no books in it!!! LMAO!!! True, all pictures. A divide? LMAO!! What a fking fooool this loony is!!!! Bush will probably have his picture in his library of foools!!!!!!!

 

Dumb and dummer team up for a higher IQ... :D

The Village Idiot shows up for his morning gruel.

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I hate to write this again, but those of you who think W was a "failure" do not understand the reasons he was given the office.

 

Those reasons had to do with the plan to continue with the upwards transfer of wealth in America.

 

In that, he was a resounding success.

 

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I hate to write this again, but those of you who think W was a "failure" do not understand the reasons he was given the office.

 

Those reasons had to do with the plan to continue with the upwards transfer of wealth in America.

 

In that, he was a resounding success.

 

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The same argument can be made against Hussein Bozo

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Not by me, I consider him a genetic failure saving societal evolution constantly rescuing national idenitiy of man made concepts to what if. Doesn't mean much in reality either, my opinion that is. opinions and rectums as societal evolution considers me more a rectum than opinion.

Self evident by those telling who I am not in the ranks of significance to humanity.

 

Apathy is such serenity to those loving the idea of having ancestors hate their own ancestry for the greater good of humanity..

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reb,you like shin are either clueless or want to intentionally lie. either way that is the typical make up of liberal scum. anyway, I personally made millions in real estate and mortgages under W. unemployment at it's lowest under W was under 4%. the econ collapse is 100% the fault of the libs and that is fact. I was in the middle of the entire crisis. I know what caused it and I made a lot of money at both ends of it.

Yes, I made millions in reality myself, off the backs of one of Bush's victims. Thanks for making my point Loony-Bin. Libs failed? LMAO!!! This fool hasn't a clue. Go read Bush's New Prosperity Initiative and sin no more............................

 

I propose a New Prosperity Initiative.... A plan to help remove obstacles on the road to the middle class.... Instead of helping people cope with their need, we will help them to move beyond it. The Initiative focuses on four additional keys to ensuring upward mobility: Expanding Homeownership

 

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New Prosperity Initiative

April 11, 2000

“I propose a New Prosperity Initiative…A plan to

help remove obstacles on the road to the middle class…

Instead of helping people cope with their need, we will

help them to move beyond it. With the same energy and

activism that others have brought to expanding government,

we must expand opportunity.”

Governor George W. Bush

 

 

Look at all of Bush Bailouts as the economy collapsed around him!!! LMAO!!! You are fking clueless imbecile!!!

 

The U.S. Savings and Loan:

ATSSA: $15 Billion September 23, 2001 http://www.fed-soc.org/publications/detail/rethinking-the-airline-bailout

Passenger carriers: $4.5 Billion August 2001 http://www.fed-soc.org/publications/detail/rethinking-the-airline-bailout

Cargo carriers: $500 Million August 2001 http://www.fed-soc.org/publications/detail/rethinking-the-airline-bailout

Steel Companys: $402. Million 2002 http://www.factcheck.org/2012/02/the-bailout-santorum-denies/

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp: $44 Million 2002 http://mediamatters.org/blog/201205170020

GM: $17.4 Billion (12/20/08) http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122969367595121563.html

Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 $168 billion http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

March 2008: Bush stimulus $29 billion for Bear Stearns/JP Morgan Chase deal http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

May 2008: Bush stimulus $178 billion in tax rebate checks http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

July 2008: Bush stimulus $300 billion for distressed homeowners http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

July 2008: Bush stimulus $200 billion for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

September 2008: Bush stimulus $50 billion to guarantee money market funds http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

September 2008: Bush stimulus $25 billion to Big 3 automakers

September-November 2008: Bush stimulus $150 billion to AIG (OR $180 Billion below?)

AIG 2008: $180 Billion http://www.bollyn.com/the-fleecing-of-america-9-11-and-the-crisis-on-wall-street/

October 2008: Bush stimulus $700 billion to banks (TARP)

FDIC bank takeovers 2008: $17.6 billion http://factreal.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/bailoutsummarylist4-13-2009.pdf

Bear Sterns 2008: $30 Billion http://archive.redstate.com/stories/economy/inside_the_federal_reserves_30_billion_bear_stearns_bailout/

10/14/08: Treasury announces that it will purchase up to $250 billion

in financial firms’ preferred stock under TARP via CPP. Nine major

financial institutions agree to participate in CPP. Treasury issues

executive compensation guidelines for three TARP program areas: CPP,

Troubled Asset Auction Program, and Systemically Significant Failing

Institutions (SSFI). http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

10/20/08: Treasury, the Federal Reserve, the Office of the Comptroller

of the Currency, the Office of Thrift Supervision, and the Federal

Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) issue application guidelines and

other documents for all banks wishing to participate in CPP. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

10/28/08: Treasury disburses capital injections to 8 of the 9 banks

slated to participate in the first round of the CPP, resulting in the

purchase of $115 billion in preferred stock and warrants from 8

national financial institutions. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

11/10/08: Treasury announces that it will purchase $40 billion in

senior preferred stock from the American International Group (AIG)

under SSFI. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

11/14/08: Treasury purchases about $33.6 billion in preferred stock and

warrants from 21 financial institutions under CPP. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

11/21/08: Treasury purchases about $2.9 billion in preferred stock and

warrants from 23 financial institutions under CPP. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

11/23/08: Treasury, FDIC, and the Federal Reserve enter into an

agreement with Citigroup to provide a package of guarantees, liquidity

access, and capital, including equity investment of $20 billion in

Citigroup. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

11/25/08: Treasury announces allocation of $20 billion to back Term

Asset-backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF), a $200 billion lending

facility for the consumer asset-backed securities market established by

the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Treasury purchases $40 billion in

preferred stock and warrants from AIG under SSFI, as announced on

November 10, 2008. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

12/5/08: Treasury purchases about $3.8 billion in preferred stock and

warrants from 35 financial institutions under CPP. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

12/12/08: Treasury purchases about $2.5 billion in preferred stock and

warrants from 28 financial institutions under CPP. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

12/19/08: Treasury purchases about $2.8 billion in preferred stock and

warrants from 49 financial institutions under CPP. Treasury announces

plan for stabilizing the automotive industry under the Automotive

Industry Financing Program (AIFP). http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

12/29/08: Treasury announces purchase of $5 billion in senior preferred

equity from GMAC LLC and agrees to loan $1 billion to support its

reorganization as a bank holding company. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

12/31/08: Treasury purchases about $15 billion in preferred stock and

warrants from seven financial institutions under CPP. Treasury

purchases $20 billion in preferred stock and warrants from Citigroup

that it announced on November 23, 2008, under the newly created

Targeted Investment Program (TIP). Treasury loans $4 billion to GM and

commits to loan $5.4 billion on January 16, 2009. Treasury provides

Congress with report on AGP, a program to guarantee troubled assets

mandated under Section 102 of the act. http://www.gao.gov/assets/290/285470.html

 

Other sources:

http://projects.propublica.org/bailout/list

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Not just a con failure, but an American failure and the lowest point of American political history. For eight long and devastating years, he served as the poster child of a regime that annihilated our economy, initiated illegitimate warfare that killed thousands of American troops and tens of thousand of innocents, and committed war atrocities in the name of cronyism, all without never having won a legitimate election.

 

He averaged 5.2% unemployment.

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Shintao: Do you realize Hussein is everything Bush did wrong on steroids from outer space?

 

You're such a joke

Poor bastard, can't face the facts that Bush was and is a fking failure, so trys to deflect from the truth!!! LMAO!!! Another lunar Loony chit!!! Clem must be proud of you!!.

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shin you are so wrong it's not funny. first, when the criminal clinton was prez and andy cuomo was head of HUD they put in place measures to all but eliminate underwriting guidelines to allow in their words "1 million more people" to become elibible for home ownership. They did this by irresponsibly cutting or eliminating underwriting guidelines. Bush has NOTHING to do with the mortgage crisis. In 2004 the GAO grilled franklin reines from fannie. He was defended by maxine waters, gregory meeks and barney frank. reines said "not only does fnma have sufficient reserves, the need for reserves should be eliminated because the collateral that fannie holds will NEVER go down in value". When the rep from the GAO continued to press on waters said "this is nothing more than a lynching of a black man". Those are the facts. I ran a huge mortgage company during this time. I know exactly what went on, who authorized what and why it all collapsed and who's fault it was. As far as your laundry list of other nonsense let me cut to the chase these measures needed to be taken to insure the liquidity of the dollar. yes bush and his staff had to take these measures to make sure there was not a full collapse of the dollar and the US financial industry caused by the irresponsible lending practices put in place by the liberals. those are the facts.

 

when I saw what was going on I loaded up on mortgage default swaps. do you know what they are shin? those are the financial instruments created by the large financial institutions to hedge against the collapse of the mortgage industry due to the very predictible default of billions of dollars in mortgages and the de valuation of the collateral. I made up to 600% on some of he swaps. I did not want this to happen I did not cause this to happen but I knew it would happen and wanted to profit from it and I did. Then when the mess was cleaned up I started buying portfolios of defaulted mortgages for .02 on the dollar and foreclosing like crazy. I also bought entire reo portfolios from banks for .10 on the dollar of the current deflated dollar. I have liquidated most of these properties at large profits. I am now lending money to real estate develppers at double digit interest only rates with 10 points up front (thats $100k per million loaned out).

 

shin you are so far out of your league when you try to go toe to toe with me on this subject you look like an idiot.

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The guy didn't accomplish anything positive for America, and did nothing but harm this nation that continues today like a knife in the back costing us trillions and untold numbers of poverty stricken, wounded & maimed, murdered and butchered in combat, and debt our great grand children will still be paying for. The total destruction of the American dream and society at large are all Bush's continuing saga of doom. Thanks cons.

Even if this were the Case he still currently has a better approval rating that Obummer. That real must hurt your butt huh?

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He averaged 5.2% unemployment.

 

He also went from Clinton's 4.2% unemployment to his 7.8% a 3.6% increase, in modern times, only Eisenhower and Nixon/Ford had higher numbers,

and he also had two recessions on his watch the second one the worst ever......nice resume

 

 

reb,you like shin are either clueless or want to intentionally lie. either way that is the typical make up of liberal scum. anyway, I personally made millions in real estate and mortgages under W. unemployment at it's lowest under W was under 4%. the econ collapse is 100% the fault of the libs and that is fact. I was in the middle of the entire crisis. I know what caused it and I made a lot of money at both ends of it.

 

 

OK Mr. Expert, Show us where unemployment was under 4% for any month in Bush's presidency

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The guy didn't accomplish anything positive for America, and did nothing but harm this nation that continues today like a knife in the back costing us trillions and untold numbers of poverty stricken, wounded & maimed, murdered and butchered in combat, and debt our great grand children will still be paying for. The total destruction of the American dream and society at large are all Bush's continuing saga of doom. Thanks cons.

None of Bush's failure were conservative.

 

His failures were in fiscal irresponsibility and neo-conservative hawkishness predicated on the erroneous belief that muslims are capable of being free.

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Not just a con failure, but an American failure and the lowest point of American political history. For eight long and devastating years, he served as the poster child of a regime that annihilated our economy, initiated illegitimate warfare that killed thousands of American troops and tens of thousand of innocents, and committed war atrocities in the name of cronyism, all without never having won a legitimate election.

I love the fact that liberals can't deal with history.

Bush is still living rent-free in the heads of idiots like this guy.

 

 

 

He also went from Clinton's 4.2% unemployment to his 7.8% a 3.6% increase, in modern times, only Eisenhower and Nixon/Ford had higher numbers,

and he also had two recessions on his watch the second one the worst ever......nice resume

 

 

Wow, that's some serious spin and revisionism.

Unemployment was higher under Obama than Bush, yet you omit him from "modern times"?

 

Bush's low was about 4.5%, and ballooned as soon as Pelosi took over Congress.

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I love the fact that liberals can't deal with history.

Bush is still living rent-free in the heads of idiots like this guy.

 

 

 

 

Wow, that's some serious spin and revisionism.

Unemployment was higher under Obama than Bush, yet you omit him from "modern times"?

 

Bush's low was about 4.5%, and ballooned as soon as Pelosi took over Congress.

 

 

No spin DF, those are for the final numbers for a complete Presidency, Obama is not done yet, and even he,

so far has kept the numbers at least even on unemployment.He started at 7.8% and it's about 7.6 right now.....

That's better than any conholer POTUS except for Reagan.......

 

Bush started off with 4.2% so right away your numbers are all wrong......go educate yourself......... on second thought is that even possible with DF conholers ???

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He averaged 5.2% unemployment.

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Private sector job creation under President Obama has far exceeded private sector job creation under President Bush.

In fact, in Bush's first term, we lost a million private sector jobs.

Under Reagan, the unemployment rate hit 11%.

Under Bush, the unemployment rate was horrible, he started with 4.2% and turned it into 7.7%. it would more accurately be 8.6% if you didn't count PUBLIC sector growth due to the wars.

Don't lie to us with stats.

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The guy didn't accomplish anything positive for America, and did nothing but harm this nation that continues today like a knife in the back costing us trillions and untold numbers of poverty stricken, wounded & maimed, murdered and butchered in combat, and debt our great grand children will still be paying for. The total destruction of the American dream and society at large are all Bush's continuing saga of doom. Thanks cons.

Let it go Francis. Let it go.....

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