You Don’t Agree with Bombing Syria? Yep, it’s Bush’s Fault


There are few things in this world that are absolutes. The sun rises in the East and sets in the West; water is wet; the moon revolves around the Earth, and the progressives will always find a way to blame Pres. George W. Bush for all of the problems in the world. It’s gotten to the point where you can’t have a decent “Blame Bush” drinking game because to do so would cause an awful lot of conservatives to enter rehab within the span of a week. The new improved game conservatives play is “How long will it take to blame_____ for the controversy?” The person who must be blamed is interchangeable depending on the news of the day. With regards to a potential attack on Syria, the most logical scapegoat would be President Bush. Well, leave it to Democratic Strategist James Carville and a few others to prove once again how predictable progressives really are.

On the September 4th edition of the O’Reilly Factor, James Carville posed the argument that the reason why the American people are gun shy about bombing Syria is because of the “incompetence of the Bush administration in Iraq.” Mr. Carville also stated he thinks that Pres. Barack Obama has done a great job in handling the Middle East. The two statements had me confused. After all, if Pres. Obama is doing such a stellar job at handling the crises in the Middle East, then President Bush’s handling of Iraq would be deemed irrelevant. Bombing Syria should be solely based on Pres. Obama’s accomplishments and his wisdom; not the alleged incompetence of past presidents.

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