Most Importantly , "He did not sell his soul"

In Bush/Cheney Administration, neoconservatives, stupidity, television on November 29, 2008 by Editor Z

Since the election and as Bush/Cheney have become less and less relevant (and since their activities have become more scarce)I have not done a post really criticizing Bush in awhile. This will hopefully be one of my last salvos.

In addition to Bush’s dream as being seen as the great “liberator”, Bush also takes pride in the conviction that although he may have sold out America’s values, prosperity, peace, and image; Bush takes great consolation in the idea that he didn’t sell out his own. Instead he just sold out America’s ideals.

ABC News:

“I would like to be a person remembered as a person who, first and foremost, did not sell his soul in order to accommodate the political process,” Bush said, according to White House excerpts.

Because of course his individual values are more important then say the victims of Katrina, America’s image, the U.S Constitution, the lives of around 4,200 Americans, our economy, and the ability of our government to even properly function. He has left America weaker and embarrassed on the world stage. But hey it could be worse, he could have sacrificed his so-called “values”.



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