THANK YOU MR. BUSH
There are some people today complaining that we are just not giving Mr. Bush enough credit for the war in Iraq. So it goes, in the name giving credit where credit is due.
Dear Mr. president Bush, (W)
You know, (may be not really) I wrote to you numerous times during your presidency, about the economy, about the direction of our country, about the wars, education, morals, health care and poverty. It may be that you did not personally read my E mails, but I am sure they are part of your library, I even sent copies of these emails, to my senator, Shelby, and also to my local newspaper and a talk radio show, pretty sure the Department of homeland security has copies.
In April 2007, I wrote to you about the collapse of the housing market and the subsequent demise of the economy, yet in August of the same year you were bragging that seventy percent of Americans owned their own homes.
"In 1929, Irving Fisher, Professor of Economics at Yale University, famously stated: "Stocks have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau." Jim Cramer told his viewers shortly before Bear Stearns filed for bankruptcy: "Bear Stearns is fine." Hank Paulson advised us on May 7, 2008 that "The worst is likely to be behind us." My personal favorite comes from financial expert Donald Luskin. On September 14, 2008 he wrote an article in the Washington Post stating "...anyone who says we're in a recession, or heading into one -- especially the worst one since the Great Depression -- is making up his own private definition of "recession." And probably for his own political purposes." Dan Solin, Huffington Post
May be you were not lying, may be you were just misinformed, like those who wanted to take the office of the president of the United States, like Obama, like I was saying why would anyone want to be the leader of the upcoming mess we are going to be in.
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