A shot at Bush and Republicans–from a Republican
November 8, 2010
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Many times, I’ve tried to explain that the anti-spend, anti-government angst didn’t just start when Obama took office. Many conservatives’ ire began during Bush’s 8 years in office. Many were upset at how much money was being spent by Bush and the republicans in congress, but such complaints were overshadowed by the war and the economy to an extent. Now, re-elected governor Rick Perry takes a shot at Bush and his republican congress:
“They cowardly and selfishly empower themselves politically by compromising liberty issue by issue, often selling principle for a bridge, a museum, or some building named after them back in their home district or state,” writes Perry in the 187-page polemic.
Read the rest here:
Rick Perry knocks George W. Bush, Mitt Romney for ‘big government’ policies