The former President seems from outward appearances to be enjoying his retirement. Rarely, he’ll grant an interview. Today he talked to Fox News and the reporter tried to get Mr. Bush to comment on what to do in Syria.
If Congress c could get along the way former presidents do, what a wonderful world it would be. (Sorry. Somehow that phrase just seemed to fit.) It was brief, but when two Presidents met at 16 Pennsylvania Ave. yesterday, harmony prevailed. Here’s how the Associated Press reported it:
Mediaite, the website which reports noteworthy news media articles, went the name-calling route today. The website displayed the following headline: “Comfortably
On his MSNBC program tonight, Schultz also was a bit off the mark. Schultz then played a video clip of Pres. George W. Bush talking in September of 2008 about the worsening financial situation: ”Major financial institutions have teetered on the edge of collapse and some have failed. As uncertainty has grown, many banks have […]
So we ask why some politicians and broadcasters can’t talk about the opposition truthfully and respectfully. And the answer we have to give is that, in the case of the government folks, they have no shame and don’t understand the terrible example they set for young people, and everyone for that matter. As for the […]
The surprising thing is that many politicians and broadcasters seem not at all bothered by their exaggerations and falsehoods. Democrat national committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida repeated David Axelrod’s phrase (don’t know if he was the first) about Newt Gingrich, calling him “the godfather of gridlock,” claiming that Gingrich stifled Democrats’ attempts to […]
Sunday (June 5), there were several misstatements by the House Minority Leader. When host Bob Schieffer asked her about the deficit, she said that it’s largely come from President Bush.FC: The deficit has risen more under Pres. Obama than it did under Pres. Bush. Schieffer asked why the Democrats in the House haven’t brought a […]