George W. Bush

George Bush's Brother Believes Obama Is Closing the Vatican Embassy (Not True)

George Bush's Brother Believes Obama Is Closing the Vatican Embassy (Not True)
Jeb Bush, brother of George W. Bush, former governor of Floriday and potential presidential candidate eventually, believes the insane conspiracy spreading around the internet that Obama is closing the U.S. embassy to the Vatican as "revenge" against Catholics. The truth is truly hilarious...
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The Four Most Exceptionally Bad Presidents

The Four Most Exceptionally Bad Presidents
Columbus Day is a good day to consider American exceptionalism. Columbus embraced the doctrine from the start, writing about the Arawak Indians in Haiti: "Great multitudes of men came to the shore, all young and of fine shapes and very handsome...I could conquer the whole of them with fifty men and govern them as I pleased."
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Obama Requests Immunity for War Criminal George W. Bush

Obama Requests Immunity for War Criminal George W. Bush
Obama's DOJ has requested that George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and Paul Wolfowitz be granted immunity in a case that is alleging that they violated international law with the Iraq War. This is after an Iraqi woman filed a complaint in federal court where she alleged that the planning of the Iraq War constituted a "crime of aggression against Iraq."
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Louisiana Republicans: Katrina Was Obama's Fault

Louisiana Republicans: Katrina Was Obama's Fault
A recent poll found that 29% of Louisiana Republicans blame Obama for Hurricane Katrina. During that time Obama was a freshman Senator, yet more Louisiana Republicans blame Obama than then-President George W. Bush.
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Clinton Razzes Bush on Nude Bathroom Paintings

Clinton Razzes Bush on Nude Bathroom Paintings
Speaking on Thursday at the dedication of George W. Bush's new presidential library, Bill Clinton couldn't help but crack a joke about Dubya's newfound interest in painting.
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Six Cartoons That You Won't See in New Bush Library

Six Cartoons That You Won't See in New Bush Library
While the new George W. Bush library might sway some, cartoonists seem unwilling to reconsider the legacy of one of the most polarizing president in U.S. history. Check out their cartoons about the opening of Dubya's new presidential library in Texas:
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George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Chronicles Katrina, 9/11 Attacks, War

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Chronicles Katrina, 9/11 Attacks, War
A tour of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum begins in a bright area representing his early domestic agenda. With one turn, visitors find themselves in a darkened room surrounded by chilling reminders of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
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Dubya, the Painter: 'He's Pretty Fearless as an Artist'

Dubya, the Painter: 'He's Pretty Fearless as an Artist'
After a hacker broke into Bush family email accounts, the internet lit up like a Christmas tree as photos of nude self-portraits painted by George W. Bush went viral.
Now, Bush is talking about the paintings, telling the Dallas Morning-News he likes to shake up stereotypes and finds painting a way he can express himself "in a way that's unique."
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Dubya: Terrific Painter, Terrible President

Dubya: Terrific Painter, Terrible President
We learned last month through the release of hacked emails that former President George W. Bush enjoyed painting enough to produce a couple of self-portraits while he bathed. Now, the art teacher who worked with Bush six hours a day to help develop those skills is talking about her star pupil.
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John Kerry: The Natural Diplomat

A Kerry nomination has been discussed with congressional leaders, and consultations between the White House and congressional Democrats have centered on the fate of his Senate seat, according to officials familiar with the situation who were not authorized to publicly discuss the talks. If the seat were in play, it could boost the prospects for recently defeated Republican Sen. Scott Brown to win back a job in Washington.
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