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11/11/2008 10:59 PM ID: 74748 Permalink   

Bush 'Inspired' by Veterans


Still-president George Bush thanked American veterans today in honor of Veteran's Day. He said he will "miss being commander in chief of such a fabulous group." He gave his speech on a NYC pier near the WWII carrier USS Intrepid.

Bush said "Veterans have inspired me." He told a reporter that the one veteran in particular inspired him the most was his father, who fought in WWII as a pilot.

    WebReporter: Mr. Wright Show Calling Card      
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  what a load of crap  
Bush was so inspired, even though he gave up his chance to ever be a veteran. What a great family, by the way.

Dad was a veteran, true. Also head of the CIA and knows more dirty secrets than most presidents ever did.

Granddad, Prescott, almost staged a coup against FDR in an effort to overthrow our government.

Great, (great?) granddad, Franklin Pierce, is considered by far one of the worst presidents in American history. The only reason he was elected was because his close relationship with popular author, Nathaniel Hawthorne, (the media of the time) wrote a book of lies to support him.
  by: Mr. Wright     11/11/2008 11:04 PM     
  prescott bush: supported nazi germany during war

"His [prescott's] business dealings, which continued until his company's assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act,..."
  by: redstain   11/11/2008 11:22 PM     
  People like the Bush and family  
mistakenly think power comes from money and influence...

They will be cursing when they are left in the dust.

My Foot ---------------> Your Face
  by: zatonado001     11/12/2008 01:09 AM     
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