Still trying to find ways to put the blame on him, huh?
Wake the fuck up! It's 2012. Bush has been out of the White House and, like all dignified former Presidents should do, is staying out of the way and not interfering with the business of President Obama.
These needless comparisons between him and Obama only serve as fodder for you to talk about since you can never post anything of substance.
But, then again you're a liberal and liberals don't know what to do unless they can complain and point their fingers at others. Just like the current President has done for nearly four years.
you are a bigger idiot than you have already shown yourself to be.
Living in the past and blaming things that are long gone is not the way to approach any job, let alone the job of President of the United States.
I don't think Romney is a strong candidate either. But, then again, he'd be a better President than the one we currently have.
It doesn't matter. This upcoming election has been a lock for President Obama since he got elected the first time. Only he himself can damage it by doing something really stupid between now and November. And, he is too slick and too well-liked to do that.
for the price of gasoline. Sure, he can do things that MIGHT influence the cost a penny or two from time to time, but gas prices are dictated by powers that far supersede anything any President can do.
This latest small drop -- which still has not brought the prices back to where they were several months ago -- is merely a fortunate coincidence for President Obama.
Of course, the price of gas come October and November will be more influential in his re-election bid. But, unless it hits $5 a gallon, it will likely not jeopardize his prospects of getting four more years to show no leadership.
your own darlings John Kerry, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards, among others?
How in the hell can anyone say that President Bush acted on his own to invade Iraq? He got the support from both sides of the aisle since all of them were believing the same intelligence reports that were provided.
The traffic on the streets is ridiculous. No parking anywhere and gridlock is common place. We need somebody that will get these gas prices back up, while also making the Middle east more dangerous. I'm not sure who that would be, but Porter Wagner called and he doesn't want his hair back. You may keep it, Mitt.