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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutionally Speaking View Post
    Um NO WE WEREN'T.


    Did you happen to see his approval ratings??? That is because we conservatives disliked his spending.

    What is REALLY stupid of you is to say Republicans are spendthrifts when in EVERY CASE, Democrats have proposed MORE spending and fought dirty whenever a Republican has proposed cutting spending.
    His approval was around 30%

    Thats the base. They never wavered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    His approval was around 30%

    Thats the base. They never wavered.
    AND STILL - his approval was always higher than that of Congress - you know - the branch of government that actually does the spending . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    Thats more like the 6 billion Bush added to the national debt.

    Why are repubs so worried about 800 billion when Bush just raided the Treasury for 6 trillion ?

    More hypocrisy and fake outrage. Overnight the repubs became deficit hawks.
    Say what ya mean and get to the point quick....I don't have the attention span to listen to bullshit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    His approval was around 30%

    Thats the base. They never wavered.

    Sorry, but you are wrong - both in the percentage approval and the base.

    Conservatives started leaving about the time he let Kennedy write the Education bill. Pretty much ALL conservatives disagreed with him on the bailouts.

    Bush did a few things right, tax cuts, the WOT and SCOTUS appointments. That is about it.
    I long for the days when our President actually liked our country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutionally Speaking View Post
    Sorry, but you are wrong - both in the percentage approval and the base.

    Conservatives started leaving about the time he let Kennedy write the Education bill. Pretty much ALL conservatives disagreed with him on the bailouts.

    Bush did a few things right, tax cuts, the WOT and SCOTUS appointments. That is about it.
    right. he dropped the ball on immigration - on SS - on cutting spending - on cutting red tape - on energy . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    Thats the point.

    The conservatives were silent while Bush piled up 6 TRILLION in debt.

    But now they are outraged at 800 billion to save the nation from the collapse the republicans brought on.

    Thats the whole point. Fake outrage.
    Rush was not silent. Malkin was not silent. A whole slew of other conservative pundits were not silent. Being ignored does not equate to being silent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    His approval was around 30%

    Thats the base. They never wavered.
    You're assuming that's the base when you actually have no proof for it. Pull your head out of your ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxmchue View Post
    You're assuming that's the base when you actually have no proof for it. Pull your head out of your ass.
    LOL. If Bush is at 30% ...that would be the base holding on.


    Do you think these are Democrats ? ...or maybe moderate repubs ? ...that would be absurd.
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    Do you think these are Democrats ? ...or maybe moderate repubs ? ...that would be absurd.
    Really? That would be absurd? Obviously Democrats wont like Bush. But Bush has done a lot of liberal things that many conservatives disagree with. I would think that someone who is less conservative (a moderate) would like that he leaned left at times.
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