I’m really ashamed of voting for George W. Bush, the war criminal twice, in 2000 and 2004. He, like the rest of the Bush family are nothing but phony, warmongering grifters who sold out this country to Democrats and China. Now Dubya is trying to get in on the passing of Rush Limbaugh, using a statement, calling him a “friend’. But as is typical for a scumbag from the Bush Crime Family, he also managed to bash Limbaugh, even in his passing, calling him brash and at times controversial.
|Phony George W. Bush issues statement on Rush Limbaugh, calls him brash, at times controversial|
Laura and I are sorry to learn that Rush Limbaugh has passed away. A son of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Rush rose as a pioneer of talk radio starting in the 1980s, and was a friend throughout my Presidency. While he was brash, at times controversial, and always opinionated, he spoke his mind as a voice for millions of Americans and approached each day with gusto.While he was brash, at times controversial, and always opinionated, he spoke his mind as a voice for millions of Americans and approached each day with gusto
As he battled hearing loss and cancer late in life, he was sustained by the support of friends and family, his love of sports and rock and roll, and his belief in God and country. Rush Limbaugh was an indomitable spirit with a big heart, and he will be missed
Former President George W Bush on Limbaugh death: pic.twitter.com/xRPQXJEXOw
— Meridith McGraw (@meridithmcgraw) February 17, 2021
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