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[–]sheitNEGRO 2770 points2771 points  (217 children)

Sorts by controversial

Yea boyy

[–]JamesandtheGiantAss 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Sorted by controversial and the first one is like, "Bush comes from a long family history of Nazis..." Ooh yeah that's the sauce.

[–]Mr_Game_N_Win 1185 points1186 points  (151 children)

I mean, it must have been hard for Mr Bush to pull that inside job without feeling some guilt

[–]A3H3 826 points827 points  (87 children)

I find it tough to feel for Bush considering that he took 9/11 as an excuse to invade Iraq based on lies.

[–]BUTTHOLE-MAGIC 268 points269 points  (40 children)

100% agreed.

Cheney's old CEO job at Haliburton really paid off for the company too ($40 billion) in Iraq.

Family of Secrets is a fantastic book about the Bush family, going back over a century. They've been involved in more than you think.

[–]punchgroin 165 points166 points  (27 children)

His dad was head of the CIA. He basically created al-quida. I can't think of an office that has generated more human misery in world history than head of the CIA post WW2. What are we to to now? 75 Coups directly caused by the CIA?

How the FUCK did Bush's reputation even survive Iran-Contra?!

[–]rayparkersr 94 points95 points  (18 children)

Most of the American people simply don't really care if their tax dollars and country name is used to kill brown people. As long as they can buy a big car and listen to loud music.

[–]_WreakingHavok_ 64 points65 points  (13 children)

Most people are, unfortunately, stupid and have attention span of a golden retriever puppy.

[–]dweefy 50 points51 points  (4 children)

This is deliberate. A Stupid Populace is an Easily Controlled Populace.

[–]thecoop21 213 points214 points  (26 children)

Have you seen the painting confiscated from Jeffery Epstein's home of George bush sitting on the floor of the oval office playing with paper airplanes as two toppled Jinga towers sit in front of him?

[–]Concrete__Blonde 190 points191 points  (11 children)

Here’s an article on the Bush painting and an equally disturbing one of Bill Clinton in a blue dress. Epstein also decorated his home with “displays of prosthetic eyeballs, a female mannequin hanging from a chandelier, and a chessboard whose pieces featured the likenesses of his staff clad only in underwear.”

[–]thecoop21 21 points22 points  (1 child)

Didn't Monica save a blue dress with a cum stain on it?

I saw that painting of him in the blue dress and all those 90s SNL jokes about a blue dress came rushing back.

[–]Trickay1stAve 29 points30 points  (2 children)

IM GETTING TIRED OF SEEING THIS BS LIE.

People don’t even try anymore. Just post/say whatever they see.

Epstein didn’t own the Bush paper planes painting. It’s commissioned by the same artist. That is all.

[–]ColonelClout 18 points19 points  (0 children)

I went down the hole and followed the sources and it comes back to a sourceless article and very terribly photoshopped pictures. None of these paintings were included in the evidence the police reported it seems

[–]SauIHudson 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Delete this. You’re spreading lies you fucking jackass

[–]dweefy 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Epstein really pushed the envelope and buttons. To have THAT much information on so many incredibly powerful people, AND to add the salt-in-the-eyes bit of insulting artwork?

Ballsy. You know, Epstein knew his days were numbered. He decided to be "Oh, what the fuck, why not?" as well.

[–]ThinkingOz 4 points5 points  (0 children)

…and stood in front of a ‘Mission Accomplished’ banner on 1 May 2003 stating combat ops were over. Nope.

[–]Beneficial_Emu9299 69 points70 points  (4 children)

I’m not defending the guy, but the real president was dick Cheney.

[–]project2501a 75 points76 points  (3 children)

Nobody is saying it was not a hard time for anybody, but the last two years of reforming the Bush presidency has to stop. Guy is practically a war criminal.

[–]62200 35 points36 points  (0 children)

Not practically. He is an egregious war criminal.

[–]SoonToBeFree420 117 points118 points  (49 children)

Thats what happens when you post sympathy pics of a war criminal

[–]Kitakitakita 1052 points1053 points  (15 children)

Not seen was Dick Cheney making deals with all the military complexes.

[–]hyogodan 31 points32 points  (3 children)

All of them? Including the industrial one!? That’s the most dangerous of them all!

[–]shr2016 1952 points1953 points  (21 children)

She’s whispering “we just got attacked by a bunch of Saudis based in Afghanistan, we should invade Iraq”

[–]rob5i 171 points172 points  (2 children)

Then adding “The Saudis and Bin Laden family that have been financing your failed business ventures would like to quietly fly home and find it inconvenient that the airports are in lockdown.”

[–]Esarus 153 points154 points  (2 children)

Lmao I spit coffee on my couch, thank you

[–]GildoFotzo 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Also bush: Iraq? Isnt it in Europe!?

[–]aToMiCsHoWeR 934 points935 points  (9 children)

"You can commit war crimes now sir"

[–]no_macbooks 139 points140 points  (0 children)

And make the entire world worse for everyone else for the foreseeable future 👌🏻

[–]pmperk19 759 points760 points  (14 children)

“shhhh shhh shh… cheney will take it from here”

[–]LeoMarius 146 points147 points  (13 children)

Yeah, straight into 2 foolish wars.

[–]r3dk0w[🍰] 106 points107 points  (12 children)

Yeah, straight into 2 foolish profitable wars.

FIFY

[–]Lofteed 254 points255 points  (5 children)

„It s all good sir, at least now they will forget your brother stole the presidency for you“

[–]Lisa-LongBeach 14 points15 points  (0 children)

The single most detrimental tipping point in modern American history

[–]Snapper1012 248 points249 points  (13 children)

And then he invaded Iraq and Afghanistan which had nothing to do with 9/11...Bombed Iraq to the Middle Ages...Used Predator Drones in Middle East which caused more Civilian Casualties than Insurgents and caused more people to hate the U.S...Didn't do Jack to the Saudis and Kuwaitis because they have Oil and have given Airbases to America...If we could make a list of War Criminals,Bush,Blair,Secretary Rumsfeld,Netanyahu and Dick Cheney would be on the top of the list and how can I forget him using U.S Troops to Patrol and Cover Opium Fields in Afghanistan...He is no Hero...

[–]ListenToMeCalmly 61 points62 points  (6 children)

And then he invaded Iraq and Afghanistan which had nothing to do with 9/11

While knowing they had nothing to do with 9/11, and lying about it to protect the ones who were responsible - the Saudis. These both facts makes it multitudes worse

[–]Snapper1012 12 points13 points  (3 children)

I still can't believe some people forgive him....He literally has blood on his hands be it the Civilians or The American Troops...

[–]JokersRWildStudios 541 points542 points  (37 children)

The revisionist history of George W. Bush being a good guy is fucking appalling.

[–]MisanthropicAtheist 130 points131 points  (9 children)

Hey, didn't you know that since Trump was worse, that means that Bush was totally %100 good now? Just look at the cute little war criminal. He lost a fight with his poncho! He paints childish pictures! Isn't he just an adorable mascot? Totally not the man who caused 10x the suffering and death of 9/11 (at minimum) because he had a war boner stemming from his daddy's utter, utter, utter failures as president.

Hmm... it's almost like political dynasties are a bad thing and pretty much exactly why we tried to get away from the concept of royalty.

[–]nuephelkystikon 74 points75 points  (2 children)

If you had told me 20 years ago that one of the primary state propaganda tools would be a bot clicking an upwards arrow, I'd have laughed. I'm not laughing now.

[–]iSalaamU 260 points261 points  (9 children)

And then his policies helped kill 800,000 innocent Afghanis & Iraqis, countless US & other soldiers & ended up wasting 6 trillion dollars on a war on terror which ended with Taliban forming a government.

I feel for the victims of 9/11 & their loved ones, but if you sympathize with war criminals like Bush & Blair, history will see you as complicit in a tragedy literally hundreds of times larger than 9/11.

[–]Ymherenda 123 points124 points  (5 children)

Although I can truly believe that this event hurt him deeply, his later response to it as president made him one of the worst human beings of the 21st century, especially the invasion of Iraq.

I just can't feel sorry for this guy.

[–]ListenToMeCalmly 52 points53 points  (3 children)

And you shouldn't. He hid the fact that it was the Sauidis in the 27 pages he classified from the official investigation. Then he went on saying it was the Iraqis or Afghanistans or whatever he said, nothing made any sense of the story they told. "Wait what, are we invading Afghanistan? Because we think they are assisting in hiding a single guy?". We killed 800,000 civilian women, children and men.

[–]HashedEgg 30 points31 points  (2 children)

Especially considering that when the US finally did get Osama it was done with a small special ops team instead of a full on invasion force that destabilized (destroyed is probably the better word) two countries.

The damage done to that region for absolutely no other reasons than greed and misplaced anger is insane and probably very much what the whole fucking goal was of the 9/11 attacks. Breeding more hatred against the United States. Extremism, terrorism and anti-US sentiment probably has never been more prevalent than it has become since then.

[–]NakedButNotAfraid_ 2822 points2823 points 22 (826 children)

From everything I’ve seen and heard over the years I believe that George w. Bush’s heart was truly broken over 9/11 and he cared a lot for his people

Edit: just want to clarify that I’m not a “libtard, alt-left, war criminal apologist” or whatever terms you consider. I’m just a dude who uses reddit to post pictures of his cats and watch funny videos. I feel like wishing death to me and my family and hoping my cats die by “getting left in a hot car with the windows up” is a little extreme and I sincerely hope in the future you really consider what you’re posting and saying to people because honestly you should be ashamed of yourselves (you know who you are) and I honestly do feel sorry for you. We know that you would never say any of that to my face or anyone else’s. Have a blessed day!

[–]ieatdogsfordinner[S] 1502 points1503 points  (255 children)

He felt a combination of heartbreak, anger, surprisement and a lot of confusion on that day.

If you have an hour to spare I recommend you read this: https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/09/were-the-only-plane-in-the-sky-214230/

It shows what Bush and other White House officials were doing, and how they reacted when it happened. Really shows how horrible this was for absolutely everyone.

Edit: please before posting "what a shit president", "He did nothing", "I hope he dies" or anything along those lines; please read what I linked above. It will guaranteed make you think about it a bit more.

[–]gangsterroo 802 points803 points  (20 children)

"Surprisement" sounds like a Bushism

[–]Henman84 92 points93 points  (3 children)

I can hear it in his voice

[–]I_AM_AN_ASSHOLE_AMA 2 points3 points  (2 children)

I’ve said it before. He wasn’t the greatest president, he also wasn’t the worst. I feel he really cared about the US. But god damn, I don’t know why he was allowed near a microphone. The words he came up with are gold.

[–]openingsalvo 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Your comment made me look up a video of bushisms. I immediately turned it off after the first one about obgyns “practicing their love for women” left me rolling

[–]ElMejorPinguino 20 points21 points  (0 children)

I had to check Wiktionary for that word.

Anagrams trumperiness

Well, what do you know...

[–]KoalaDeluxe 69 points70 points  (0 children)

thanks, that's a very interesting read.

[–]lombax45 94 points95 points  (8 children)

The new TV+ doc on 9/11 showcases a lot of his emotions, then and now. It’s a pretty unique perspective for a 9/11 doc compared to most that focus on the WTC and people in New York.

[–]EvaB999 4 points5 points  (3 children)

Where can you watch the new doc

[–]whyguywhy 364 points365 points  (93 children)

And then he insisted Iraq had WMDs, didn’t go after the Saudis and made a mess of the entire world for the benefit of the military industrial complex.

I am sad that he was heartbroken though. Wow what a man. He felt emotions /s

[–]SignorJC 127 points128 points  (20 children)

The government is not one man. Not an excuse, but it's very convenient to pin everything on Bush when people who voted for the Iraq war are literally still in Congress.

[–]Triptolemu5 81 points82 points  (2 children)

when people who voted for the Iraq war are literally still in Congress.

You mean people like Chuck Shumer, Hillary Clinton, and Dianne Feinstein?

[–]Perakian 26 points27 points  (0 children)

One even lives in the White House right now.

[–]lo0ilo0ilo0i 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Great read. Didn't think I'd actually read the whole thing, but I was hooked after the first few paragraphs.

[–]LunarProphet 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Now watch this drive.

[–]Fake_Watch_Salesman 953 points954 points 23& 5 more (192 children)

And then he decided to go kill a bunch of Iraqis (that had absolutely nothing to do with 9/11) to show how much he cared about his people. Give me a fucking break. He is a war criminal, don't put a hero's cape on him.

[–]shoobsworth 446 points447 points  (111 children)

Pretty much every president could qualify as a war criminal

[–]beergoggles69 368 points369 points  (18 children)

Every US president has to make tough decisions at certain points. The Iraq War just did not have to happen.

[–]shoobsworth 39 points40 points  (0 children)

I agree.

[–]truckerslife 16 points17 points  (5 children)

I firmly believe that Cheney was working with the CIA to provide false intelligence to bush the joint chiefs and nato. Keep in mind the US wasn’t the only one in Iraq. 14 to 15 nations were involved in that and all of them from day one. Several nations were going to move even if the US didn’t move. All based on intelligence that came from the CIA.

People forget about this shit. Congress voted and agreed. Bush gets blamed but he had 0 part in collecting to even disseminating the information. That was all from closed door CIA briefings.

The president doesn’t even have high enough security clearance to view everything that the CIA collects it gets routed through a congressional subcommittee that determines what access a president can get.

[–]Dantheman1285 11 points12 points  (1 child)

The invasion of iraq being based on bad intelligence isn’t a matter of opinion or conspiracy theory: it’s an indisputable fact.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curveball_(informant)

[–]truckerslife 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Yeah but who all knew it was bad is up for debate. I believe Cheney knew and still used it to push his agenda

[–]trentlott 143 points144 points  (55 children)

Very few of them invaded an unrelated country for 8 years

[–]fitzroy95 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Maybe you should look at some history of US interference all over South America during the last 150 years...

[–]dreamsforsale 73 points74 points  (9 children)

Despite him calling himself “the decider,” very few of these ideas sprung from his own mind. He was very, very closely influenced - some would say even manipulated - by his neoconservative cabinet.

[–]crippleddragon 85 points86 points  (4 children)

The cabinet that he chose, and the cabinet he listened to. I'll blame them too, but he's ultimately responsible.

[–]dreamsforsale 56 points57 points  (3 children)

In a way, the cabinet actually chose him. Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Rice, Ashcroft, etc were all fairly well-connected to each other before he had even decided to run and essentially latched onto W as an avenue to implement their neoconservative agenda.

[–]crippleddragon 54 points55 points  (2 children)

Ahh yes, as if George W. Bush, Governor of Texas and son of a former President wasn't well connected enough to run for office.

[–]thyL_ 31 points32 points  (0 children)

I think what they're saying is more along the lines of no matter if it was Bush Jr or another Republican, Rumsfeld, Cheney, Rice, etc would have had their roles in the government anyway, they were set up that there was almost no way around them.
With George W. being not the brightest, they found not only the perfect candidate to win (due to his father) but also to steer him once the election was over.

Kinda like that.

[–]YetiBurgerNoMayo 101 points102 points  (15 children)

Agreed. There’s an astroturfing effort to rehab W’s image going on by comparing him to trump. Being less crude then trump does not make him any less of a fucking monstrous and evil man.

[–]Moose_a_Lini 30 points31 points  (12 children)

Yep in terms of actual impact on the world I reckon Bush is vastly worse than Trump. Trump didn't actually manage to do very much, he was just very uncouth about it.

[–]cockasauras 39 points40 points  (2 children)

I think Trump has done a bigger number on the US in terms of culture or zeitgeist. But Bush had the full impact of a powerful US economy and energized population wrapped in possibly the biggest outpouring of patriotism since WWII, or at least since the peak of the cold War. He certainly impacted a bigger change globally.

Both were pretty damn effective at what they wanted to do I think.

[–]GameOfThrownaws 8 points9 points  (1 child)

I'd argue that Trump was (is? probably best to use present tense since he's far from out of the picture) more of a symptom of something insidious that's been happening in the US for many years now. He really just played an existing cultural schism to his advantage to gain power. He definitely accelerated that issue, but he certainly didn't cause it and we've been heading in that direction without him anyway.

[–]Sparkybear 39 points40 points  (6 children)

Congress decided. Only 1 congresswoman voted against it.

[–]LordPounce 47 points48 points  (2 children)

I think you’re talking about Afghanistan. The person you’re replying to was talking about Iraq which did pass the house and senate but with significant numbers in both houses voting against it.

[–]Sparkybear 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Yea, I assumed it was a misnomer, as we're talking about the time period immediately after 9/11. The vote for expanding the war in Afghanistan to Iraq occurred almost exactly a year later.

[–]Sof04 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Fuck those war mongers. Fuck them for the last 20 years. Fuck everyone that stills supports them. I wish someone grabs their toothbrushes, stick them in the toilet, and put them back in their place; so this asswipes wash their mouth with an appropriate instrument.

[–]Africanrambo7 53 points54 points  (11 children)

9/11 killed -2,996 Americans .

Afghanistan invasion killed -2,448 US soldiers - 3,846 US contractors - 1,144 NATO soldiers -444 AID workers - 72 journalist -66,000 Afghan military and police - 47,245 Afghan civilians - 51,191 Taliban and other terrorist . Not counting the countless lives lost by suicide. And the wounded. Was it all worth it ? Source :AP

[–]tristandii 218 points219 points  (8 children)

i hate reddit

[–]urnotjustwrong 61 points62 points  (1 child)

Bush and Blair are both war criminals and traitors to the people they were appointed to serve.

[–]Otter_Actual 137 points138 points  (4 children)

"you should start a 20 year war that cripples the country"

[–]Xibyn 395 points396 points  (134 children)

Funny place reddit is. Not too too long ago when Sr. died reddit was doing nothing but bashing him and his father, mocking his father's death and calling both of them murderers. I like the reddit that can have a respect for someone who they may not agree with politically far more than the other option.

[–]LateNight223 248 points249 points  (17 children)

Are we in the same thread? More than half the comments in here are bashing him..

[–]tallcupofwater 86 points87 points  (9 children)

It’s almost as if there’s millions of different people with different beliefs on here which are impossible to all sum up into one stereotype.

[–]InfernoDragonKing 129 points130 points  (12 children)

reddit is like a variant of Hell or the twilight zone.

One day, they’re roasting the shit outta the deceased and a public official, the next, it’s a warzone of “Fuck that dude!” And “you right, but…” or “nah, you’re overreacting”

Shit be a trip

[–]thegreengumball4 46 points47 points  (5 children)

half of it is bots to sway the onions of the masses .

[–]Akagiyama 11 points12 points  (0 children)

half of it is bots to sway the onions of the masses .

No one better touch my onions.

[–]TheCovfefeMug 12 points13 points  (0 children)

onions of the masses

[–]cameralover1 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I wonder how many bots are there on reddit and how many replies are actually people's opinions

[–]GoneSouth 83 points84 points  (3 children)

George W Bush invaded the wrong county after 9/11 and caused the deaths of 200,000 Iraqi civilians, 5000 US servicemen, and cost the US treasury $2 trillion dollars. That is not "someone who I may not agree with politically" He is empirically a mass murderer.

[–]StoicAthos 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11... it was a lie orchestrated by the administration as a way to oust Saddam. That's all there was to it. the invasion was almost 2 years after the attack. Afghanistan was our response to 9/11.

[–]orangegore[🍰] 16 points17 points  (0 children)

W is a war criminal. Fuck him and his politics.

[–]nclh77 437 points438 points  (71 children)

Don't worry, he felt better after killing 200,00+ innocent Iraqis, and forming ISIS and giving Saudi Arabia a total pass. Besides, he outed an active CIA agent who's husband dared contradict his false wmd claims and ignored credible intelligence it was going to occur.

[–]GalaxySC 34 points35 points  (0 children)

and he gave us the precious gift of gitmo that keeps on giving to this day.

[–]_rrp_ 24 points25 points  (2 children)

This is weird like.... people are busy re-writing and fondly remembering Bush like he's the Star Wars Prequels. It's not just Zoomers, either. Short memories.

[–]AtraposJM 20 points21 points  (0 children)

"I just can't believe those kids were better readers than me"

[–]chornbeck77 124 points125 points  (9 children)

Maybe y'all weren't around, but fuck that fascist, crazy evangelical piece of shit. You can pretend 20 years and some stupid paintings and Michelle Obama pitying you because you can't wear a raincoat correctly makes you human all you want, but Pepperidge Farm remembers. He invented the modern method of pissing the US down the toilet that his recent successor only perfected further.

[–]choochoobubs 14 points15 points  (2 children)

Can we also talk about how shady it was that Jeb Bush was Governor of Florida and GW won the presidency by a very small margin due to Florida’s ballots. What would the world look like today had Al Gore rightfully obtained the presidency?

[–]ZukowskiHardware 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Man fuck George Bush

[–]InstantIdealism 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What a terrible President. I’d hold him by the scruff of his neck, too.

[–]kobachi 176 points177 points  (6 children)

Fuck George Bush.

[–]johnnylogic 54 points55 points  (3 children)

Thank you. Consoling him? The war criminal who's cronies got rich and fat off the war that was "justified" by this horrible day? Fuck that guy, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and all the contractors who profited. People act like this guy is a saint.

[–]a_hunger_artist 1106 points1107 points 2 (338 children)

Seeing a lot of sympathetic posts for this war criminal today. Not sure what’s up with that but seriously fuck George Bush.

[–]MJDAndrea 100 points101 points  (19 children)

People have been rehabilitating his reputation for the last 10 years. He went from war criminal to funny uncle in less than a decade, and the people that aided and abetted him somehow came out smelling like roses.

[–]LeoMarius 41 points42 points  (0 children)

As a gay man, I have a hard time getting past his 2004 campaign to ban gay marriage in the US Constitution. It's especially disgusting when you remember that Cheney's daughter was then and still is in a relationship with a woman.

[–]jettim76 19 points20 points  (3 children)

He is a still a fucking war criminal.

[–]TyroneLeinster 598 points599 points  (194 children)

If you can't simultaneously hold him accountable for his actions while also conceding that he had sympathetic, human, moments, then you're the problem.

Edit: I am really enjoying application of Godwin’s Law in these comments, keep up the good work.

[–]jettim76 74 points75 points  (8 children)

So did fucking Hitler, I am sure of it. I mean, he was a painter, was nice to his secretary and loved his dogs.

[–]Crunkbutter 63 points64 points  (9 children)

Who gives a shit that he had a sympathetic moment, though?

[–]hashtagcrunkjuice 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Some of these comments are so strange. Everyone has feelings. Saints and serial killers both like puppies and cry when they hit their thumb with a hammer. Really, who cares?

[–]Mir_man 30 points31 points  (1 child)

Exactly, billions of people out there and he chooses to show sympathy to this war criminal.

[–]Flockto 23 points24 points  (6 children)

"I know he killed millions of people, but it must have really sucked to not get into art school :("

[–]LeoMarius 175 points176 points  (72 children)

Sorry, but the guy ran in 2004 on the evils of gay marriage and demonizing Democrats as unpatriotic and incapable of keeping America safe (never mind winning two world wars). I see him as completely unsympathetic.

[–]thegreengumball4 38 points39 points  (3 children)

people have gold fish syndrome...

[–]LeoMarius 36 points37 points  (2 children)

I always knew that Americans were bad at history, but you'd think they'd remember their own life times.

[–]TyroneLeinster 113 points114 points  (39 children)

Yeah his political platform was ass. His advisors were ass. He was ass for most of the presidency. He was also a sad man when 9/11 happened. Those aren’t mutually exclusive concepts. Acknowledging his humanity does not equate to forgiving everything he did.

[–]DeathInABottle 61 points62 points  (4 children)

Sure, but who cares? He was the President. We judge him based on how well he performed his job, not whether he momentarily exhibited human characteristics.

[–]tranzozo 25 points26 points  (3 children)

As an Iraqi, I’m having a hard time sympathizing with this photo...

[–]OneHellOfACarrot 12 points13 points  (0 children)

He laid waste to your country. I think i’d have some pretty strong feelings about him too

[–]Destiel31 159 points160 points  (4 children)

Poor war criminal :(

[–]quickplayninja 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Lol. He is literally the reason of thousands of the deaths and untold amount of agony and pain in the Middle East. Fuck that piece of shit and his pal dick Cheney.

[–]HeyDonkey19 98 points99 points  (4 children)

“Don’t worry George you’ll come up with some lies to invade Iraq.”

[–]impuritor 83 points84 points  (11 children)

A million dead Iraqis in response. Fuck this war criminal.

[–]LeZygo 98 points99 points  (1 child)

War criminal responsible for at least a million Iraqi deaths.

[–]Mir_man 327 points328 points  (171 children)

Why the hell are we humanizing this war criminal? Are liberals so striken with amnesia?

[–]onus111 158 points159 points  (131 children)

Huh? Are people trying to gaslight people into thinking that Bush is liberal?

[–]Propa_Tingz 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Look up "neocon" and read the first sentence.

[–]El_Bard0 41 points42 points  (0 children)

Fuck him and the rest of the war criminals with him. Two unnecessary wars, unnecessary national debt, civil rights and liberties permanently eroded.

[–]senond 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Fuck this mass murdering piece of shit. He deserves to rot untill the end of times.

[–]Khamlichi007 65 points66 points  (0 children)

Bush is a piece of shit.

[–]sec5 54 points55 points  (15 children)

This is Bush having his Anakin Skywalker moment before he decides to turn around and execute order 66 launching a campaign of war and suffering for few dozen million people in the middle east.