Bush spent nearly a third of his presidency on vacation...

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by ZZZzzzzzzz, Jan 18, 2009.

  1. 487 Days At Camp David For Bush
    Posted by Brian Montopoli|


    (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)
    George W. Bush is today making his final visit to Camp David as president.

    He will likely miss the place: According to CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller, today's trip marks Mr. Bush's 149th visit to the presidential retreat. The planned three-day stay, during which the president is being joined by family and former and current aides, will bring his total time spent at Camp David to all or part of 487 days.

    Yes, that's 487 days. And Camp David is not even where the president has spent the most time when not at the White House: Knoller reports that Mr. Bush has made 77 visits to his ranch in Crawford during his presidency, and spent all or part of 490 days there.
     
  2. Perhaps the American people should be thankful. Consider the additional damage he could have done, had he spent more time at work...
     
  3. Hey ZZZzzzzzzz, Time for your vacation.
     
  4. Hey ZZZzzzzzzz, Time for your vacation.

    Mercor, you cracked me up:D
     
  5. For all the Bush monkey apologists in the peanut section...



    <img src=http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/attachment.php?s=&postid=2265117>
     
  6. This time z cracked me up. lmao
     
  7. Can't be us conservatives, we were created.
    Only you Liberals believe in evolution. No monkeys in my hereditary.
     
  8. Quite right, conservatives like you don't evolve, as a society evolves they stay suck in the mud without an original thought or creative solution, they stay forever mentally bound and gagged by their religious dogmatism and regressive instincts, just like their fellow religiously created counterparts, Muslim extremists...



     
  9. At least none that would admit to it publicly.
     
  10. i think i get it!!

    liberals see the better in people.

    conservatives expect the worst from humanity?

    who better but the con man to anticipate the con?

    by george i think i get it!


    :D
     
    #10     Jan 18, 2009