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Perhaps I was wrong. Either Americans are very lazy and apathetic with very short memories, or George W. Bush is the greatest President in the history of the United States! Perhaps that is indeed the case. Despite his “minor” mistakes while in the Oval Office…i.e. war crimes, crimes against humanity and a host of foreign & domestic policy failures, George W. Bush remains free appearing often in public venues while thumbing his nose at America.
Perhaps my book, “Blood on Their Hands: How Callous Conservatives Capitalize on Clueless Constituents” was a mistake. Perhaps I was unfair to judge George W. Bush & Company so harshly. Just because he ruined people’s lives, cost people their lives, broke the law and disregarded the Constitution…well…things happen I guess! Maybe people like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity & Ann Coulter are right after after all.
Bush may have had a few mishaps & didn’t secure Osama bin Laden, but Barack Obama is evil, misguided and should be impeached & imprisoned! We need GOP leadership in our lives to promote deregulation, put forth tax breakes for the wealthy, and put the squeeze on the middle class. When I wrote, “Blood on Their Hands,” what was I thinking? Forgive me people of America. George W. Bush must be the greatest president we ever had!
With his swagger & his trademark smirk, George W. Bush put a damper on this year’s Super Bowl & College World Series. But apparently he didn’t make any plans to spoil Major League Baseball’s classic annual All-Star Game. I almost didn’t watch it, anticipating that the multiple-time war criminal would be in the broadcast booth thumbing his nose at America and showing off his baseball savvy. Answer the trivia question here and win a $25.00 Wal-Mart Gift Card. Send your response & your comments to: email@example.com
Who was the first U.S. President to attend Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game?
Today happens to be the Birthday of the worst president in U.S. history. For you Bush loyalists, I could optimistically say…..America’s 44th best president! Sing along to the tune of “Happy Birthday”
Happy Birthday Dubya, the war criminal, you should be in prison…..and you will be someday!
FOR MANY YEARS!
Answer the Bush Birthday trivia and win a free gas card or Applebee’s gift certificate: George W. Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut, but where did he grow up? Send your response to firstname.lastname@example.org & enjoy reading “Blood on Their Hands” by Forrest Redd!
I recently noticed one of the best bumper stickers I had ever seen. Often times, I happen upon cars, trucks and vans with the usual, “My Other Car is a Porsche,” “Freedom isn’t Free” and the always popular, “God Bless America.” Taking a bit of a jab at the “God Bless America,” slogan, the bumper sticker message I am applauding read, “God Bless Everyone…No Exceptions!”
I touch on this sentiment in my new book, Blood on Their Hands. I argue, are Americans arrogant and egocentric enough to think that God bestows His divine focus on the people of the United States? I call this the “Michelle Bachmann-Sarah Palin ‘Tea Party’ mentality.” No. His love for humanity is universally unconditional & all-inclusive. End of subject!
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Opening day of the 2011 college world series featured North Carolina, Vanderbilt and war criminal George W. Bush. The former president & current war criminal was grinning from ear to ear as he threw the cermonial first pitch to Nebraska All-State catcher Tanner Lubach.
“President Bush was the first sitting president to attend the college world series in 2001, and it is our privilege to have the former president return and open the series by throwing out the first pitch,” said NCAA Vice President Dennis Poppe.
Shame on you Dennis Poppe and shame on the NCAA for inviting War Criminal Bush to the college world series! And shame on ESPN for promoting this spectacle by inviting Bush to sit sit in the broadcast booth and be a guest commentator! Read my new book, Blood on Their Hands, see the underlying story and learn why George W. Bush & Company will soon be on the Road to Prison! Forrest P. Redd
Trivia Time: Send me your comments along with your answer to: email@example.com. Win an Applebee’s or Casey’s General Store Gift Card. Who was the first baseman that represented Yale in the 1947 College World Series?
Reflecting back on his accomplished life, it almost seemed as though the article could have featured Winston Churchill, Will Rogers or Mark Twain. “”Dubya Down Home on the Plains of Texas,” could have easily been the name of an article by Nancy Graham which appeared in a recent issue of AARP magazine. The article, which was actually entitled, “What’s Next for George W. Bush?” depicts the former president as a relaxed ‘down home-good ‘ole boy’ we all wish we could have a beer with.
The article discusses his “achievements” (quotes are mine) while president, retirement, and his plans to better the world (ala Jimmy Carter’s Habitat for Humanity). In her article, Graham goes so far as to refer to the war criminal as a “statesman” (read, Blood on Their Hands by Forrest P. Redd).
Bush claimed that his two biggest regrets while Commander-in-Chief were not finding Osama bin Laden and the fact that Saddam Hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction. The grinning from ear-to-ear “folk hero” from the Plains did acknowledge that Hussein was clearly “a threat to world peace.” A small world it is indeed…..George W. Bush was also a threat to world peace!