Barack Obama,  George W. Bush,  Israel,  John McCain,  President 2008

George W Bush Watch: Slamming Obama for Appeasement

In a speech to Israel’s Knesset, President Bush said Thursday, ‘some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals.’

So, did President Bush specifically SLAM Barack Obama?

You bet he did and the Democrats are screaming BULL, particularly Senator Joe Biden who is being prominently mentioned as Obama’s Vice President choice.

DNC chair Dean calls for McCain to denounce the president’s Jerusalem comments:

Sen. Biden: “This is bullsh*t, this is malarkey.”

Speaker Pelosi: President’s comments “beneath the dignity of the office.”

DCCC head Rep. Emanuel: “Does the president have no shame?”

Appeasement will be the WEDGE ISSUE the GOP will use against Obama in the fall. GOP pushback against the antiwar LEFT of the Democrat Party has just started.

Next, will come the video clips from Hillary Clinton criticizing Obama……..


  • ruth

    We are about to elect a man as president of usa who is so egotistical that he took one snippet ouf of president Bush’s speech and applied it to himself..This in itself shows the truth of Barack’s personality…First he really isn’t important enough for pres Bush to complain about him to Israel and second if Bush had done this,, so what.. Barrack is a little nothing of a man that is attacking our president and causing division and confusion….I for one object…..He makes me want to vomit with his ego maniac tendacies….by the way did anyone notice in the pics of Obama… He lost his messiah peaceful appearance and put on his murderous rageful face when speaking of this present incident..Just think about that murderous rage in Obama AFTER ELECTION AND HE DOESNT HAVE TO PUT ON HIS MESSIAH ACT…WOE TO AMERICA

  • ruth

    HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO OBAMA????unless he is not a good and decent person..
    President W Bush gave a speech in Israel a few days back where Bush said, “There are good and decent people who cannot fathom the darkness in these men and try to explain away their words. It’s natural, but it is deadly wrong. As witnesses to evil in the past, we carry a solemn responsibility to take these words seriously. Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before……..
    Sounds like Bush’s apology for carter’s visit to hamas
    My advice to demoncrats is they should learn to read, quit thinking the world revolves around themselves, and study history