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Obama doesn't like Biden?, Bush didn't like Cheney

Former President George W. Bush once considered replacing Vice President **** Cheney

AND the failure to find weapons of mass destruction there, despite numerous intelligence reports pointing to their existence. ?No one was more shocked or angry than I was when we didn?t find the weapons.

and here's a good one

Whatever the verdict on my presidency, I?m comfortable with the fact that I won?t be around to hear it,? he writes in the book, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters.

Can you see him over in the corner with his fingers in his ears going lalalalalalalal!!!

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still living in the past?

was it that traumatic for you? Or just perceived to be so?

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No, No and you tell me.

You living in the future?

The past is easier to predict....waiting anxiously to see how your prognostications unfold.

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Here's two

I predict that following this election, you will still find things to complain about.

I predict that the past will not change, and this will continue to displease you.

Remember, always walk backward, that way you can see where you've been, and never run face first into anything you are approaching. Living in the past is safe, because you already know you survived it.

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And Bush is not in the past

He'll be on many tv Stations flogging his book.

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you will still find things to complain about.

and you won't?

Just watching one Republican and the question concerned keeping Bush tax cuts.

Couldn't get him to say the tax cuts would remain in place...already backpedaling?

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Living in the past?

Bush wrote a book.* Are you saying nobody should read it because that would be "living in the past?"

*Insert obligatory "He wrote a book? I didn't even know he could read" joke here. Wink

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