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Bush Trumped by Trump

Donald Trump blames George W Bush for 9/11

Now, I was never a fan of GWB, but even I never blamed him for the 9/11 tragedy. Whatever the factors were, GW Bush wasn't one of them.

Apparently Trump sees things differently...

So, to all you conservative minded Republicans here, good luck if/when DT gets his promotion to the US Presidency. I think you will need it!!

I also think the fallout will be extensive, so I will hibernate from 2016 to 2020 and pop my head out in 2020 to test the water.

I hereby open the UK to all liberal Democrat refugees. Devil

Mark

Edit: Just corrected incorrect link

Post was last edited on October 17, 2015 2:42 AM PDT

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I'm still waiting

for the Democrats to field their own a non-career politician. You'd think that with the top three Republican candidates being of that background, someone on the Democrat side would get the message that there are plenty of votes out their to be had if they did so...mine included. It would be nice to have a chance to vote for someone rather than against someone else. Certainly there's someone besides HC out there who is a viable candidate on that side and whose campaign would include more of what they plan to do that's right rather than launch angry tirades at their opponent's party. If we're stuck with those who have already announced, I have my choice already and will hibernate until the feuding is over. Anyone not happy with who is elected, and who intend to make life miserable for everyone else until the next election cycle, is welcome to boat over to the UK and join you. I'll contribute to their exodus fund. Happy

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More concerned with the here and now

Not so much takes on former issues, although that's something to take into consideration, give it the "Monday morning quarterback" dismissal it deserves and ignore it.

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