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The Mitt Romney Bush Dilemma


George W. Bush is going to be news again soon. Although the man only had a 22% approval rating, he was a poster child for the same platform that Romney is running on in this campaign.

1) Bigger military
2) International Corporate Colonization
3) Reduction of Women’s Rights
4) Reduction of social services
5) Corporate tax cuts and shielding from the law.

It’s the same group of cronies that brought us to where we are today. Even the right-wing media states “More than two dozen veterans of the Bush administration have surrounded Romney’s campaign. Everything from policy advisers to campaign strategists have all worked for the former president and now work for team Romney.”

The rest of the media will follow quickly: Cable Highlights On the campaign trail, Vice President Biden pointed out that Romney’s foreign policy plans are very similar to those of President Bush.

So the question of the day is : WILL GEORGE W. BUSH, THE MOST UNPOPULAR PRESIDENT IN HISTORY, CAMPAIGN WITH MITT ROMNEY?

George W. Bush is still fodder for Democratic Strategists. While McCain distanced himself from the Bush policies, Romney is embracing them. If he calls George W. Bush to help him on the campaign trail, then the Democrats have a turkey shoot. They can use all of his horrible legacy to defeat Romney.

If George W. Bush doesn’t assist with the campaign, he is still headed for a tidal wave of associative beatings. The bottom line is that he has already married himself to Bush through his choice of policies and his recent statements about military and corporate support over the support of the individual American.

This is going to be fun either way.

Itia (abroad)

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