Monday, November 23, 2009

George Bush Should Kick Michael Moore's Fat Arse

Back in 2005, when I first became politically charged, I joined this facebook group (blog title). Somehow, just like the Republican Party of Pontotoc County, I managed to take it over without even trying. I was just going through my facebook groups, when I stumbled upon this old gem. Many of the people who were members then, are still in the group, so I sent the following message for some personal entertainment:

"Back when this group was created in 2005, the presidency of G.W. Bush was still fairly young. Now that the fat lady has sung, the George Bush Administration has successfully done as much damage to America as Bill O'Rilley and Glenn Beck are claiming the Obama Administration is currently doing.

I guess I was just scared at the time that America was due for another attack, so I supported him, but the Bush Administration weakened our currency by doubling the nation's debt, and took away more of our temporary privileges as citizens (i don't call them rights, because rights aren't rights if they can be taken away). None of those things are truly conservative. Another thing, the great pastor Ted Haggard who worked with the Bush Administration, and held weekly prayer meetings with them, told some friends of mine, personally, that Clinton Administration funded the evangelical Christian movement better than Bush Admin. ever did.

Not only did Bush break the law, he also broke many of our ultimate father's Ten Commandants. If you're wondering what some of them are, just go read the Ten Commandments and think about it for 10 minutes. It was a sad 8 years as a hardcore conservative. Really nothing besides transferring wealth to top was the only thing the Bush Administration stood for, Republican wise. You can't blame the man though. He tried, but simply just failed miserably. All the blame really can't go on his shoulders though, but should be equally dispersed to influential members of his unconstitutional and sometimes demon possessed administration.

Looking back, I can't believe I even thought McCain '08 had a chance. Bush had the lowest approval rating of any president in U.S. History; and McCain offered nothing different, as he voted in line with Bush 95% of the time. What will 2012 bring? Who knows, but hopefully some critical thinking from us Republicans.


Ryan McMahan
Former Pontotoc County Chairman of the Republican Party during Bush's later years

1 comment:

  1. Get any replies?

    I am confused about "the great late pastor Ted Haggard." He is still alive and what's great about him?