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George W. Bush-by-proxy syndrome

August 18, 2009
Andrew Breitbart

There is an extensive body of writing from both sides of the political aisle that has analyzed the extraordinary depths of hatred leveled at former President George W. Bush.

His birth into a wealthy and politically connected family is where a lot of the animus starts. His rejection of his Connecticut roots and adoption of a rugged Texan persona naturally riled his birth-constituency. His disjointed speaking style also alienated many others – especially those who covered him in the Northeastern media. Naturally, some of his initiatives were controversial. His allies say he didn’t do enough.

The story continues …..

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 18, 2009 10:22 am

    Yes, attacking a sovereign nation that was of no threat to the U.S. was somewhat controversial, as was destroying our economy. And politicizing the justice department. And putting an incompetent crony in charge of FEMA.


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