Posted on 07/14/2017 11:34:03 AM PDT by nickcarraway
George W. Bush and Bill Clinton sounded more like a Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin at the Presidential Leadership Scholars conference in Dallas.
The two former Presidents poked fun at each in the light-hearted appearance Thursday at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
“Why do I have a friendship with him?” Bush said when asked about his relationship with Clinton.
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He gave me some of that uranium money, of course.
👹. Hey, let ’em be diverse and toss the lyin’ king in the mix.
Two big government democrats, why shouldn’t they get along?
And people wonder why many of us regard the establishment in Washington as the “Uniparty.”
Clinton is utter human scum. George Bush degrades himself by association.
W still living like a hellion and running with wrong crowd. But then again both as posted earlier are big government liberals. W had so much potential and decided to be a Republican instead of a conservative. He fooled a lot of Americans.
W is pretending like Clinton is honorable. W is an enabler.
Now we know where the Clinton Machine is getting all their inside info.
Inability to recognize the enemy.
Attacking your Base is Not a winning plan.
Every Bush Family member has these two key problems.
W is exactly what the feckless turncoat GOP wanted in office, a rat in a red jacket
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