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Are You Sure It Was George W. Bush Who Said That?

George W. Bush

Are you having burritos for lunch?
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67), 2003-10-03
Victory means exit strategy, and it’s important for the president to explain to us what his exit strategy is.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67), Houston Chronicle, 1999-04-09
What I think the President ought to do is he ought to get on the phone with the OPEC (the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries) cartel and say we expect you to open your spigots. The President of the United States must jawbone OPEC members to lower the price.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67), Financial Times 2000-02-02
All public policy should revolve around the principle that individuals are responsible for what they say and do.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67) 1994
No cause justifies the killing of innocent life.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
A man who starved and dismembered a million Afghans in his fevered charge to kill bin Laden, and who tricked two nations into the Iraq war in a personal vendetta against one man.
It really depends upon how our nation conducts its foreign policy. If we’re an arrogant nation, they’ll resent us. If we’re a humble nation, they’ll respect us.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67), during the Wake Forest debate.
Baseball is unique. It’s a game of individual achievement for a cause greater than all. Kind of like politics.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
I’m a uniter.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
Is this the same George W. Bush who thumbed his nose at the U.N. and systematically alienated every one of America’s former allies?
The coalition that was in place isn’t as strong as it used to be, It’s going to be important to rebuild that coalition to keep the pressure on him [Saddam].
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67), 2000-10-11, second presidential debate
Is this the same George W. Bush who thumbed his nose at the U.N. and systematically alienated every one of America’s former allies?
We should be able to punish corporate leaders who are convicted of abusing their powers. By banning them from ever serving again as officers or directors of a publicly held corporation.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
Bush’s crew contain stock fraud con artists including himself, Dick Cheney, Larry Thompson and Thomas White.
The more money they have in their more pockets — in their pockets, the more likely it is that somebody will find work.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
Source: Federal Document Clearing House, George W. Bush Delivers Remarks to the GOP (Grand Old Party) Resort from the Greenbriar Resort, 2003-02-09
Republicans believe starvation in the best way to motivate people to find jobs.
If we’re an arrogant nation, they’ll resent us; if we’re a humble nation, but strong, they’ll welcome us. And our nation stands alone right now in the world in terms of power, and that’s why we’ve got to be humble… I’m not so sure the rôle of the United States is to go around the world and say this is the way it’s got to be.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
from the Presidential Debate, 2000-10-12

What difference a day makes!

We should be able to punish corporate leaders who are convicted of abusing their powers. By banning them from ever serving again as officers or directors of a publicly held corporation.
~ George W. Bush (born: 1946-07-06 age: 67)
Bush Jr has been arrested 3 times for different offences, and only got off with $800,000 oil shares trading charge when the investigator, appointed by his father said there was insufficient evidence to proceed.

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