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Was it wrong when James Carville said

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he hoped Bush would fail as a president?

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No one should want a president to fail, especially in critical times for the country's health. Luckily for James, he said that before 9/11, not after.

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Looks like his hopes came true

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Looks like his hopes came true

Yeah, Bush out did himself in living down to Carville's expectations. Ha ha. :D

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Looks like his hopes came true

I'm sure he feels good about it, too.

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Since Bush singlehandedly delivered the nation to the party he works for, it can't be all bad for him.

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Since Bush singlehandedly delivered the nation to the party he works for, it can't be all bad for him.

So was it bad for Carville to say what he did?

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are you trying to defend rush by creating an equivalency between him and james carville because uh

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are you trying to defend rush by creating an equivalency between him and james carville because uh

Not defending Rush, but pointing out the constant media, and local attacks, are hypocritical...Besides, the retard media hasn't reported accurately what Rush said.

I happen to agree that to turn our country into a socialist nanny-state is wrong.

As much as you libs screamed about warrantless wiretaps, you should agree.

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lol you think obama wants to turn the united states into a socialist nanny state

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