WASHINGTON (AP) - Vice President Dick Cheney says that his boss, President George W. Bush, has no need to apologize to the American people for not doing more to head off the financial calamity, saying no one saw the crisis coming.
Answer by DusterMommy at 4:46 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 1:13 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
ehm...why should bush have to apologize for mass amounts of over spending and the overall irresponsible way people have handled their own money? A Pres is a leader, not a baby sitter. Banks foolishly loaned money to uncreditworthy people, people spent waaaay beyond their means, retailers did as well.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:14 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by CorCorsmomma at 1:18 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Not aware this financial mess was coming! HA! Knee slapper. Sure they did. And they did things to speed it up. George Bush Chaney's Boss. Good one. Chaney is the brains and Georgie is the puppet. That many can't even balance his own check book. Seriously.
Answer by frogdawg at 1:19 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by akinbottom2 at 1:22 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Maybe I should have been clearer in my question.
Do you honestly believe that Bushco had no idea that the financial crisis was looming?
Aren't you tired of the same excuse from this admin? We had no clue they would fly planes into buildings, even though there were warnings and drills for just such an event. We had no clue the levees could breech or that we would encounter resistance in Iraq.
Answer by Friday at 1:22 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
So, akin, as far as you are concerned Bushco has done no wrong?
Answer by Friday at 1:23 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by akinbottom2 at 1:26 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
omg what naive person would believe that the commander in chief wouldn't know that a crisis was looming? lol...oh that's too good if any admin thinks their people believe that wow is all I have to say. Bush has done PLENTY O wrong! But can he swoop down and stop every wrongful spending? Can he stop the banks from making horrible decisions?
Answer by Anonymous at 1:26 PM on Jan. 9, 2009