[video] Fox News Host says ‘Bush and Cheney’ are criminals and should have been indicted

Have we forgotten that Bush and Cheney have literally gotten away with murder? In addition to them basically destroying civil rights they also took us into a permanent war that is still killing our men and women each day.

This guy is just saying what many said years ago but their crimes obviously have been swept under the rug by both Dems and Republicans.

via Huff Post

What President Bush did with the suspension of habeas corpus, with the whole concept of Guantánamo Bay, with the whole idea that he could avoid and evade federal laws, treaties, federal judges and the constitution was blatantly unconstitutional — and in some cases criminal,” Napolitano said. “They should have been indicted.

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Epic Fail: George Bush wipes hand off on Bill Clinton’s shirt(after shaking Earth Quake victims hand)

Source: Daily Math

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Former Clownmander in Chief, george bush, shakes hands with a Haitian Earthquake victim and then out of disgust for his fellow human being, wipes his hand off on the back of former President Bill Clinton, rather than wipe it off on his own shirt. This once again demonstrates the class of george bush.

[Op-Ed] Bush Hatred, Obama Hatred

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A reader writes:

After September 11th, Bush’s approval ratings were near or above 90%. Practically the entire country was behind him – saluting and ready for duty. Yes, the Left did try to derail his plans for Iraq – but they failed. And when millions (actual millions) of Americans came out to protest that war – – it was largely ignored by the media. But when 70,000 lunatics came to DC last week to protest “Government Spending” (which, let’s be honest, is a euphemism for “Barack Hussein Obama”) – they got massive amounts of media coverage and hours of pundit commentary.

Every tea-party rally has been aggressively championed, and all-but-sponsored, by cable-news giant FOX. CODE PINK was almost completely ignored (which, as a liberal, I’m kinda glad about — but I still stand behind my larger point). A couple went to a Bush rally wearing anti-Bush T-Shirts and got arrested. Guys standing outside Obama rallies openly carry guns and get interviewed by the media.

The heaviest hitters in the Republican party, and in the conservative media have loudly and proudly called for Obama’s failure. Liberals who even softly criticized Bush were roundly shamed and called terrorist-loving-America-haters. George W. Bush, despite the controversial beginning of his presidency, was given the chance – – no, in fact, after 9/11, he was given all the unopposed freedom in the world to succeed or fail based upon his own decisions and his own performance. Bush EARNED his hatred.

Obama has not had that luxury.

He also does not have the luxury of the Clinton inheritance. He was left with a steaming pile of doo-doo and a debt already in the stratosphere. And yet they also blame him for that.

‘Bush intends to attack Iran before the end of his term’

President Bush addresses the Knesset in Jerusalem, Thursday, May 15, 2008.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Tell me who in the world is surprised by this headline if it turns out to true. Especially the back and forth between Obama and Bush about how to handle Iran in future. Read below:

US President George W. Bush intends to attack Iran in the upcoming months, before the end of his term, Army Radio quoted a senior official in Jerusalem as saying Tuesday.

The official claimed that a senior member of the president’s entourage, which concluded a trip to Israel last week, said during a closed meeting that Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney were of the opinion that military action was called for.

However, the official continued, “the hesitancy of Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice” was preventing the administration from deciding to launch such an attack on the Islamic Republic, for the time being.

The report stated that according to assessments in Israel, recent turmoil in Lebanon, where Hizbullah de facto established control of the country, was advancing an American attack.

Bush, the officials said, opined that Hizbullah’s show of strength was evidence of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s growing influence. They said that according to Bush, “the disease must be treated – not its symptoms.”

In an address to the Knesset during his visit here last week, Bush said that “the president of Iran dreams of returning the Middle East to the Middle Ages.”

“America stands with you in firmly opposing Iran’s nuclear weapons ambitions,” Bush said. “Permitting the world’s leading sponsor of terror to possess the world’s deadliest weapon would be an unforgivable betrayal of future generations. For the sake of peace, the world must not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon.”