These Republicans have no class. Not even their mothers are immune to the mud slinging.
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Just like a long running sitcom that slowly yet surely fades, many people are looking forward to the day when Trump is canceled.
Ben Carson’s Mississippi campaign chair once pressured prosecutors into dropping hate crime charges against a KKK cross-burner, reducing sentencing by half.
Bush ignored many dire warnings prior to 9/11, according to an ex-CIA Director’s new interview. It’s much worse than what was previously revealed.
“Holy sh*t, did he just say that?”
There is just no excuse for this.
A comparison of the final year of Dubyah versus the final year of Obama shows just how far we’ve come from the brink of ruin.
To remember the victims and heroes of Hurricane Katrina, Jeb Bush had the bright idea to invite the architect of the disastrous FEMA response to appear in an advertisement.
WOW. Bush just laughed off Clinton’s “decision-making process.” Bush made it seem like he had a tougher job as president than Clinton.
Do you agree with this?
All those years we have been lied to that we don’t torture or abuse detainees might come to a very crushing halt.
But of course, Republicans were d*cks from day one.
Civil rights icon Diane Nash refused to participate in the march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge because George W. Bush was participating.
President Jeb Bush? Hell no! What are the first three words out of your mouth if another Bush wins the White House?
Momentum to prosecute Bush, et al. for war crimes is building within the international community. An ex-Bush official has just poured fuel on the fire.
“But, of course, you know, Cheney just showed us exactly why you have to — have to prosecute torture. Because if you don’t prosecute it, the next guy down the line is going to torture again. And that’s what Cheney said: ‘I would do it again.'”
Dick Cheney clarified that George W. Bush definitely knew about the CIA’s horrific torture program.
Meh, Rick. We’ve already done the dumb Texan thing. I think we’re over it. At least I hope we’re over it.
“As a matter of international law, the U.S. is legally obliged to bring those responsible to justice.” – Ben Emmerson, U.N. Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism