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Bush tried to warn Congress starting in 2001 about financial meltdown!

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posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 12:29 AM

Originally posted by mental modulator

MAybe adjust some kinks in the ideology. Hell I have learned stuff about my views and my "party".

I reassert that BUSH had the power of the pen and he used it 12 times in 8 years.

This seems to be the only case in history where the EXECUTIVE is not accountable for results.

The DEMS were the wood, GOP was the gas and MR BUSH was the match!

HOW can we fix or country if you do not recognize simple truths in regards to BUSH as well as POLOSI and REED?...
edit on 9-2-2009 by mental modulator]

Who in the whole country is responsible for failed business such as our auto companies? I would say the auto companies, along with the unions. Who is responsible for Freddy and Fanny? I’m not sure who, but I can say EVERYONE in the whole damn country really didn’t lift a finger, or really believe it would happen. How about the rest of the world that is taking heavy losses, and I see just about EVERY country on the list. Who the hell is at fault with that? And we are talking about everyone from Communism, Socialist, Dictatorship, Republic, Democratic etc.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 12:31 AM

Originally posted by Swatman

people seem to think that not speaking well = being retarded or an idiot. some people seem to forget there are also people that cant speak well at all and are geniuses. one of these people is steven hawking. the guy uses a computer to talk and is smarter than probably the whole democrat house/senate combined

Be careful about “smarts" Google the worlds smartest man...

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 09:58 PM
reply to post by hawkeye1717

Remidial Government 101

Congress is the Legislative Branch, the President is the Executive Branch. The Pres may have a legislative agenda, but he does NOT set the agenda for the Congress.

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