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Monday, January 28, 2008

Bush practically a Cincinnatian

Howard Wilkinson has the story today


15 Comments:

at 10:58 AM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cincinnati's reputation is bad enough without being linked to the dumbest most disrespected president in modern history. Perhaps if Cincinnati collectively pulled it's head out of the GOP's rear like the rest of the counrty is about to do, it would go a long way towards change. Tonight we celebrate the fact that this is the last year Bush can do his damage to the nation and world.

OBAMA 2008

 
at 11:15 AM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 10:58 (first comment), It is people like you who give America a bad name. Yes, I am disappointed in the Bush Administration, but I have too much respect for myself, the Presidency, and the Country to speak hate like you do. Get a life, get some respect, and get a job. Best yet... GET OUT OF TOWN.

 
at 11:39 AM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

What the heck is there coming from the Bush admisitration or anywhere in the GOP to respect. NOTHING. If you disagree fine, but realize this, many many voters disagree with you and stand with me proudly in taking back America for Americans in November 2008 by voting for OBAMA.

Oh Yes and as for that giving America a bad name comment. Whatever - the America you purchased from the GOP has been rejected by the new world majority who are tired of wedge issues, tired or greed, and quite frankly tired of idiots in charge. Stop the madness and vote OBAMA 2008.

 
at 11:46 AM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

It figures that such a backwards city would be favored by such a backwards president.

Our city council should grow a pair and do what many other cities in America are doing, and that is to order the police to arrest Bush or Cheney on war crimes should they entire their jurisdiction.

That'd keep the idiots away.

 
at 12:08 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.rutlandherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080126/NEWS04/801260359/1003/NEWS02

 
at 12:10 PM, January 28, 2008 Blogger usefullidiot said...

"Cincinnati's reputation is bad enough without being linked to the dumbest most disrespected president in modern history.
OBAMA '08"

Huey Long said "When someone preaches anti-Fascism, you will get a Fascist".

 
at 12:33 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

What utter CRAP! Bush hasn't really spent any time here, he flies into town to suck up money from the local rich and then flies out of town. The Bush misadministration has only benefited the top 1% income earners. Middle class wages are decreasing and our jobs are flowing overseas so the rich can get richer. They have also alienated America from the rest of the world, driven our economy into the ground and squandered our military in an ill though out and ill advised invasion of Iraq while letting Bin Laden escape in Afghanistan. Look at Bush’s approval ratings and one thing is clear; AMERICA OVERWHELMINGLY HATES GEORGE BUSH AND CANNOT WAIT UNTIL HE LEAVES OFFICE.

And to Anon 11:15 AM, why don't you and grab a great big cup of STFU. You and your 27-percenter, dead-ender hypocritical authoritarian ilk hate America and true American principles.

 
at 12:47 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am embarrassed that Cincinnati is even associated with this clown. Who cares about him anymore anyway?

 
at 12:55 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was nice of Howard not to mention that Bush was lying through his teeth when he gave that speech here selling his war. The "Liberal Media" didn't question it. They got the lie about yellow cake from a term paper on the internet.

 
at 1:22 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon. 11:15:
How ironic you speak of respect for yourself, Bush and your country and disrespect the first commenter. You assume he/she has no job and suggest/demand IN CAPITAL LETTERS that the person leave town. Some respect.

My respect for the opinions of other Americans will be by use of my remote this evening to distance myself from the Chief Executive who has put our nation in the worst economic situation ever, that our children and grandchildren will be working their entire lives to dig themselves out of.

 
at 6:28 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's just celebrate that Rep/Dem have "sortof" agreed on a "stimulus" package.

Course for the Dem, they're stimulating poorer voters and Rep are stimulating their Wall Street pals and wallets.
I don't feel stimulated at all.

 
at 7:28 PM, January 29, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

We all need to take a chill pill, lose some of that hate, and be glad that we are who we are. God bless Cincinnati and God bless America.

 
at 5:03 PM, January 30, 2008 Anonymous People of Cincinnati said...

Cincinnati loves President George W. Bush!

Thank you for guiding our country through the last 8 years. History will be kind to you. And thank God we never had sore losers Gore and Kerry running America.

 
at 11:38 PM, January 30, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right On "people of Cincinnati" and God Bless you.

 
at 8:50 PM, February 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush cleaned up the mess he inherited from the Rapist-In-Chief, Bill Clinton. History will be kind to Bush and very unkind to Bubba Clinton.

 
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