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Ask yourself if Liberals really wanted Bush to succeed?

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Will you love America again once a pub is back in office?

Why are you asking me about my love for America? I don't care who is in office I am not a diehard for either side of the aisle. I just happen to agree with more republican viewpoints than I do democrat...

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i've never seen such hatred for this country and what it stands for. i suggest you get out.

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The tinderbox is BACK.

Yea baby!!! yeah

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polarization through partisanship...easiest way to divide and conquer the people of this country

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I never wanted Bush to fail...he just did. I prayed often that he would fix things. He just didn't.

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Before 9/11 I understood he would do a lot of things I didn't like regarding abortion, "faith based" crapola, Anti-gay rights, and the like, but I also knew that it would be temporary - the march of progress can be slowed but not stopped.

As soon as 9/11 happened I knew we were going to go to Iraq for all the wrong reasons, and that's when I actively disliked the man. At that point he turned from a well intentioned bumbling incompetent to a dangerous bumbling incompetent.

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Have fun hating America the next 8 years.

lol

You're an expert ....

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Will you love America again once a pub is back in office?

Why don't you answer the first question? Did liberals want Bush to succeed? If they did, were they really liberals? If they didn't, then does that mean they're the same as Rush "wanting Obama to fail?" They're fair questions ... you're avoiding them.

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I never wanted Bush to fail...he just did. I prayed often that he would fix things. He just didn't.

That is a fair assessment that I definitely agree with.

But the question still stands as to whether liberals wanted Bush and his agenda to succeed?

If you answer yes liberals did want it to succeed then you are admitting that even as a liberal you wanted conservative policy to have an active voice in this country for the betterment of the people because it...worked (rhetorical).

If you say no liberals didn't want him to succeed then you are acknowledging that you are agreeing that Rush Limbaugh's statements are not ridiculous and therefore should be judged as partisan but not unpatriotic.

Tough decision I guess...

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Before 9/11 I understood he would do a lot of things I didn't like regarding abortion, "faith based" crapola, Anti-gay rights, and the like, but I also knew that it would be temporary - the march of progress can be slowed but not stopped.

As soon as 9/11 happened I knew we were going to go to Iraq for all the wrong reasons, and that's when I actively disliked the man. At that point he turned from a well intentioned bumbling incompetent to a dangerous bumbling incompetent.

Gay people have the same rights as you and me. ABORTION IS MURDER!" Faith based" organizations do more charity work than any collection of lib organizations you could name combined.

Iraq is the only legit beef you libs can have with the guy...AND IT MAY TURN OUT OK! What will ya do then? He expanded governmet like a true lib. As someone stated above...Bill Clinton was more conservative. Maybe you libs don't really like LIBS as much as you thought? HAHA!

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