|President George W. Bush's birthday is today. The Republican Party is trying to bank off the legacy of one of the 21st Century's most ineffective leaders.|
I will no longer receive newsletters from the Republican National Committee anymore.
What has the Republican Party done so far to win my support?
Other than attack the president at every whim. For a Republican, that's good. For an independent, you want bipartisanship or at least something that could be beneficial to Americans.
Republicans offer nothing but useless ideas.
I am so fed up with the Republican Party and their endless bitching. Tired of the same old faces and same old repetitive talking points from the Republicans and their conservative allies.
I am watching GOP Sundays again with those old geezers Martha Raddatz, Bob Schieffer, David Gregory and that Smirking Monkey dude on Loserville.
This the country's 238th birthday and on GOP Sunday, all you get is the same old tired looking Republican agitators and that one Democrat who just loves to rant.
Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), John McCain (R-AZ) and Dick Durbin (D-IL) are the perennial annoyances of GOP Sundays. CBS's Face The Nation is within striking distance of NBC's Meet The Press. With that being said, each of these lawmakers make their case against the Sunni terrorist group ISIS and immigration reform. These issue are highly controversial but you'll never see a person of color, a religious scholar or a person who can testify to the situation.
The old WHITE male continues to dominate breakfast chats and GOP Sundays.
Here's the Republican newsletter that I've gotten in my email box. This one makes me shake my head.
|Hillary Clinton meets with a protester who dressed up a squirrel saying that a Clinton in the White House is NUTS!|
Resolute and decisive.
That’s what I remember when I think of the leadership of President George W. Bush. He led our nation through some of the most challenging moments of our nation’s history.
The President we have today thinks our country should “lead from behind” and has significantly diminished the United States’ standing in the world — and worse, he has made us less safe.
I miss the leadership of President George W. Bush. And I miss him.
I had the privilege of serving in his White House, and I saw the character that he and his family provided our nation. I will be forever grateful for their service.
Tomorrow is President George W. Bush’s Birthday. It’s a moment that has reminded us of what leadership in the White House really looks like. And we’re working to send principled leaders to the Senate and House in 2014 and to the White House in 2016.
Would you help make that possible by contributing $27 to get your official “I Miss W.” t-shirt today before his birthday?
Order your official “I Miss W.” t-shirt today.
RNC Chief Operating Officer
P.S. If you haven’t already, you can still sign President George W. Bush’s birthday card here.
For one, I wish George W. Bush a good 68th birthday. He continues to stay out of the political limelight.
Vice President Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Karl Rove, Michael Chertoff and numerous other Republicans continue to open their damn mouths and insert their foots in.
They were part of the reason why American went into a recession. They were the reason why September 11, 2001 happened. That didn't keep anyone safe. It kept us divided and destroyed a whole lot of people's lives. We lost 5,000 men and women in combat under two presidents in Afghanistan and Iraq.
It's better that we stay out of these conflicts. If we meddle in these affairs, we're assuring ourselves another 9/11. It's best to keep a distance but keep our defenses strong.
The economy is recovering but not fast enough. The Republicans refuse to pass the president's proposals.
Republicans want to continue pushing austerity and tax breaks for high end earners.
Republicans blocking Obama is the only thing they've got. And yes, it's effective.
President Barack Obama is the worst president since World War II, 33 percent of American voters say in a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today. Another 28 percent pick President George W. Bush.
Ronald Reagan is the best president since WWII, 35 percent of voters say, with 18 percent for Bill Clinton, 15 percent for John F. Kennedy and 8 percent for Obama, the independent Quinnipiac University poll finds.
|They knew when they got keys to the White House the problems would come as soon as they open the door.|
Obama has been a better president than George W. Bush, 39 percent of voters say, while 40 percent say he is worse. Men say 43 - 36 percent that Obama is worse than Bush while women say 42 - 38 percent he is better. Obama is worse, Republicans say 79 - 7 percent and independent voters say 41 - 31 percent. Democrats say 78 - 4 percent that he is better.
Voters say by a narrow 37 - 34 percent that Obama is better for the economy than Bush.
America would be better off if Republican Mitt Romney had won the 2012 presidential election, 45 percent of voters say, while 38 percent say the country would be worse off.
Missing Mitt are Republicans 84 - 5 percent and independent voters 47 - 33 percent, while Democrats say 74 - 10 percent that the U.S. would be worse off with Romney.