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Bush's Record of Shame
George W. Bush's past is, to say the very least, shady. He stands as the only American president with a criminal record. As the new hero of the party that, prior to his election, touted "character" as the ultimate defining characteristic of any American president, this Repu
blican icon's past demonstrates a man who is chronically definitively bereft of character, to say the least.
This record chornicles Bush's less-than-reputable past up to the year 2001, including comments and family arrests that reflect on Bush's own record, actions and character. This record is not complete, and only includes facts (were it to include rumors, it would be several times longer) which can be confirmed in public records.
December, 1966: Bush, after having "a few beers," stole a Christmas wreath from a hotel in New Haven Connecticut. Arrested for disorderly conduct.
1967: Bush is arrested for disorderly conduct when he storms onto the Princeton University football field, climbs onto the field goal crossbar, and tries to break off a piece as a souvenir.
November 8, 1967: Bush defends the use of a red-hot coat hanger to brand pledges in The New York Times, claiming it is defensible because the resulting wound is equivalent to "only a cigarette burn." Before branding pledges, Bush would show them a full-sized branding iron to frighten them. His fraternity is fined $1000.
Late 1960's: After gaining entrance as a "legacy student," Bush maintains a low C average at Yale, the bare minimum to graduate. In his freshman year, he was in the 21st percentile of his class. While at Yale, says he cannot wait to leave the school, and hates its "intellectual snobbery."
Late 1960's: Bush admonishes a Yale schoolmate for admitting plan to avoid serving in Vietnam
Dec. 18, 2013, 5:38 p.m. GMT
Oct. 27, 2012, 12:34 a.m. GMT
None to saying
Oct. 27, 2012, 12:31 a.m. GMT
Will you play stars on the water by George strait!
Aug. 2, 2012, 1:13 a.m. GMT
Secondhand smoke in cars harms babies and children. It can cause ear infectiosn, coughs and make a child's asthma worse. It can increase an infant's risk of sudden infant death syndrome(SIDS) PARENTS SHOULD MAKE SURE THEIR CHILDREN RIDE IN SMOKE-FREE CARS. REGION 9 PRC
Jan. 13, 2011, 5:53 p.m. GMT
You might want to listen to KNFM right now. It's a Country radio from Midland, TX, United States.
April 18, 2010, 4:42 p.m. GMT
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