Tuesday, February 9, 2010

I Love It.


Miss Me Yet? The mystery of the Bush billboard

I love it. With the new Rassmusen poll out showing that 79% of Americans are angry with the current governement. Iknow,I know it's Bush's fault. BWAAAAHAHAHAHA. The real kicker is that only the fringe 19% aren't angry at the Democrat run government. I never thought I'd say it but I miss him. I don't miss him as much as I miss President Reagan.

11 comments:

  1. Click on the picture to see the whole billboard. I'm still laughing at it. The libs will loose it on this billboard. They never had a billboard when Bush was President.

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  2. That is priceless. Need one on Walton Blvd. in Rochester Hills so bruce can look at it every day.

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  3. Great idea Craven.Lets start a collection for it. White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has been in the news lately with some progressives calling for his dismissal and blaming him for trying to accommodate the conservatives. However, a new revelation has railed some GOP members.

    The Wall Street Journal has recently reported that in a closed-door meeting last summer, Obama’s top aide called liberal special-interest groups that wanted to run ads against conservative Democrats who did not support healthcare reform "f—— retarded," according to media reports.

    When informed about the comment, Sarah Palin, whose child has Down syndrome, posted a note on Facebook alleging Emanuel’s words amounted to a "racial slur."

    "Rahm’s slur on all God’s children with cognitive and developmental disabilities is unacceptable," she wrote, adding that President Obama should "show decency" by removing the Chicago politician from his inner circle.

    In the meantime, Emanuel reportedly called Tim Shriver, chairman and CEO of the Special Olympics, to apologize.

    Last month, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee urged its members not to support the former Illinois congressman if he runs for public office again. It said Emanuel allowed the Democrats to give up the public option, helped to put together deals with drug companies in exchange for their support and argued against a bigger stimulus package.

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  4. Not exactly an endorsement of Conservative fiscal responsibility, just a reminder of who passed the ball albeit with basically the same congress for the last half of his 2nd term.

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  5. It looks like a group of business paid for it. The business owners are being hurt by the Democrats policies and this is how they got attention to that fact. How bad is it for business to pay for a billboard to make a statement about how bad Obama is on business. I'm sorry but business are who we work for. And if the government is making it harder to do business then it's going to be harder for us to get jobs or keep our jobs. Shame on Obama and the Democrats for what they are doing to the drivers of our economy. Shame!

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  6. Those businesses had better look out; they're tipping Obummer off to the fact that they might be making a *GASP* profit! Or they might be selling their product at too high of a price to pay for advertising!! Oh the horror! ROFLMAO

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  7. Maybe Bruce can waterboard them and call it torture. BWAAAAAHAHAHHAHA

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  8. The answer to the question is NO!

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  9. YES big time.

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