Former President George W. Bush Talks With Oprah Today




 
Former President George W. Bush sits down with TV titan Oprah today to chat about his memoir Decision Points. He will also and have his first interview with his parents, former President George H.W. Bush and former First Lady Barbara Bush. The family will also give viewers an inside look of their Kennebunkport summer estate. 

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Wow I would rather watch The Talk than this and that is saying a lot.

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wonder what's he got to say? Maybe he will explain how he and friends ruined the economy and now he and his other rich buddies are living the life while the rest of us live in squalor. thanks george, you are a real gem. what would I have done without you? Oh I forgot, he is going to talk about how Kanye West made him sad with his comment. As if most of us is going to believe that.

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While his spending was more than what I like as a conservative. I will say that the blame for the wall street, housing bubble, and general economic crash falls squarely on the shoulders of Barney Frank! President Bush sent him messages, which have been verified, that he needed to reign in Fannie Mae and Sally Mae. Frank ignored him. I am so sick of him being demonized. Watch the sincerity in his eyes when he speaks. He brought us through the worst moments of our recent history, but how quickly some of you forget that.

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Oprah REALLY needs to raise her standards, in terms of who she invites on her show!!

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alstonboy4315 wrote:
Oprah REALLY needs to raise her standards, in terms of who she invites on her show!!

you got that right!

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richalan67, AMEN! I could not have said it any better myself. As much as I dislike him, I would have to spread the blame for the economic downtown farther than Barney Frank, but I 100% agree about the unfair vilification of George W. He did make some domestic policy decisions that upset me fiscally, but overall, he was a great leader, good president, and I enjoyed the interview.

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Rich great post!

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I love GW and am thankful he was our President during 9/11. He'll have my loyalty for that if nothing else.

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George was a terrible leader, but this is Oprah's last year, so she is interviewing him.

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I bet he would like to ask the anointed one, how do you like being president now, not so fun when every one is against you huh. The anointed one tripled the debt, past Obama care that no one wanted, failed stimulus, oh yeah your man is a real gem, keep drinking that Kool-aid. Are you people in a soap opera coma last Tuesday. Oh yeah forgot to mentioned going on a high dollar whorl wind trip that they won't tell us how much it cost. And not to mentioned the cost of him going on the campaign trail, job well done fellas, lame duck congress. Next to Jimmy Cater he'll go down in worst President in history. Beer

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The worse President in modern times who kicked Black people in the ass and here he is kissing a Black woman...oh well..

so many homeless people here can't get jobs this is the president who believed outsourcing them to foreign countries was a good thing...institutions collapsed under his regime he and his cronies at Halliburton and Lockheed lined their pockets with him starting not one but two wars...triple charging US citizens for their services some people will never recover from his collateral damage.

I lived George Bush and CondoLeeza; I have no desire to see him ever on any show about anything his actions spoke louder than his words can ever say.

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George W Bush destroyed this company and like many have no desire to hear from this man especially if he's going to complain about what Kanye West said about him. I heard George W Bush called every name in the book. Never knew Kanye calling you something meant so much.