Tag: George W Bush

George W. Bush is right : The greatest truth is the simplest one.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 14, 2013 1 Comment
George W. Bush is right : The greatest truth is the simplest one.

Bush’s statement this week on immigration reform was right on target. The ex-president told attendees at a naturalization ceremony on Wednesday: “We’re a nation of immigrants, and we must uphold that tradition, which has strengthened our country in so many ways. “I hope during the debate that we keep a benevolent spirit in mind, and we understand […]

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George H. W. Bush must be proud of his sons: The crab does not give birth to a bird

Filed in Current affairs by on December 2, 2012 0 Comments
George H. W. Bush must be proud of his sons: The crab does not give birth to a bird

A taste for politics can run in the family. Like the Kennedys, another Bush may run for the US presidency in 2016. Rumors are aflame about Jeb Bush’s future candidacy. He has not acknowledged it publicly yet. It is too early. Jeb Bush is not George W. Bush, though they both carry the legacy of […]

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Are Bush and his cronies Cheney and Rumsfeld afraid of international justice? Often, under the unseeing hide the cunning

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on October 18, 2011 0 Comments
Are Bush and his cronies Cheney and Rumsfeld afraid of international justice? Often, under the unseeing hide the cunning

Comedy or reality? Amnesty International (the human rights organization that fights for the voiceless, fights for equality all around the world) is asking Canada to arrest and prosecute former US President George W. Bush during his visit to Canada on October 20th. The human rights group has accused President Bush of crimes against humanity.  This is a test […]

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Strauss-Kahn’s reputation as “The Great Seducer” is not helping him: A thief is always under suspicion

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on May 18, 2011 0 Comments
Strauss-Kahn’s reputation as “The Great Seducer” is  not helping him: A thief is always under suspicion

The arrest of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the powerful head of the IMF, for the attempted rape of a hotel housekeeper is troubling. If it is true, this incident confirms that there is a difference between common sense and intelligence. The man is bright and well respected for what he knows best: economics. The American media can blow […]

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Karger, gay Republican, announces plans to run for president: You can share the same bed but you can’t share the same dream

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on March 26, 2011 0 Comments
Karger, gay Republican, announces plans to run for president: You can share the same bed but you can’t share the same dream

Being gay is hard. Being gay and a Republican is even harder. Fred Karger, an openly gay Republican, has announced his intentions to run for the 2012 presidential elections. Frankly, Fred is certainly capable to be the President of the United States, considering his political experience advising Presidents Nixon, Reagan, and Bush. The question is, […]

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Obama, you can’t count on my vote twice: He who chews two bones at the same time will surely bite his tongue

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on March 22, 2011 0 Comments
Obama, you can’t count on my vote twice: He who chews two bones at the same time will surely bite his tongue

Dear President Obama, What happened to the promise of changing the world to be a better place? During the U.S. presidential election you promised to restore the American image, tarnished by the Bush administration. President Bush was the subject of criticism over his  “cowboy” style of trying to spread democracy in the Arab world. President Obama, […]

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President Bush will have to answer for Iraq war: If God gives you leprosy, look to your own past misdeeds

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Justice, US foreign policy by on February 7, 2011 1 Comment
President Bush will have to answer for Iraq war: If God gives you leprosy, look to your own past misdeeds

While America is celebrating the 100th anniversary of President Reagan‘s birth, President George W. Bush just cancelled a trip to Switzerland, fearing an arrest and charges of crimes against humanity. Human rights groups are actively building cases against the former US president and his entourage–including Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Condoleeza Rice–over the mistreatment of prisoners in Guatanamo Bay. […]

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Palin on the attack: A woman’s strength is a multitude of words

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 26, 2010 0 Comments
Palin on the attack: A woman’s strength is a multitude of words

Have you seen former first lady Barbara Bush on Larry King advising Sarah Palin to stay in Alaska and not run for president in 2012? Clearly President George W. Bush’s mother does talk frankly when asked about the Tea Party leader. Known for her tit-for-tat political skills, the former governor of Alaska responded by calling the Bushs […]

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GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 6, 2010 0 Comments
GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

There is a difference between dream and reality, night and day, rhetoric and actuality. After the GOP wins in midterm elections, there are already signs that the political arena is going to become a circus. It seems that the American people have given their hope and trust to the GOP out of desperation, not because […]

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Don’t be overconfident, GOP: A razor may be sharper than an ax, but it cannot cut wood

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on October 25, 2010 0 Comments
Don’t be overconfident, GOP: A razor may be sharper than an ax, but it cannot cut wood

Mid-term election fever is high. The polls predict a gain of seats for the GOP and a loss for Democrats. For sure, in a bad economy, the party in power suffers. Two years ago, George W.Bush was blamed for everything. Now, the Democrats can’t use him as an excuse for their collective failure. To be […]

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