Bush is out heavily promoting his book, and probably working harder than he ever has in his life in that vein. Many people have bought his "memoirs" and many more are planning on making the purchase. Some have even chastised those who have no interest in reading what he's trying to pass off as "history", implying that if we don't read it, we are shortchanging our understanding of that sad, dark period of our history. Maybe you're right. Continued in responses. . .Answer Question
Answer by Carpy at 9:22 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
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Answer by kerp1960 at 9:41 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
IDK, I don't really see it as fair & balanced. It's all opinion based. Bush is telling his story from his point of view. Some people would find that interesting. Some wouldn't. Some don't care what he has to say, and that's their deal. That's okay with me. If it was a dark period of your life, then I would speculate that it had way more to do with other things than Bush's presidency. Same with the current administration. While I don't like Obama's policy and I have a fundamental difference of opinion on things, I do not hold him personally responsible (or Biden for that matter) for the problems I face today.
What the heck is the problem with Cheney? I don't think he's all that bad. LOL, you all act as though he is the devil in disguise. I would roll my eyes at the general reaction his name insights from liberals, but I am laughing too darned hard.
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:06 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
Answer by kerp1960 at 10:11 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
Answer by Sisteract at 10:17 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
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