President George W Bush Quotes by Craig Ferguson, Bernard-Henri Levy, Lance Armstrong, Ed Koch, Kristen Welker, Conan O’Brien and many others.
Former president George W. Bush released his new memoir. By the way, ‘memoir’ is just a fancy word for ‘a bunch of stuff that happened to me.
I would sooner want a strong partnership with the United States – even with (US President George W.) Bush, who I think is the worst president in a long, long time. I would sooner want a friendship with Bush than with (Russian President Vladimir) Putin.
On a friendship with former president George W. Bush: He’s a personal friend, but we’ve all got the right not to agree with our friends.
I intend to vote for President George W. Bush in the next election, because in my view, he is best able to wage the war against international terrorism.
If you look back at past administrations, they`re probably a little bit behind where former President George W. Bush was.
President Obama gave a speech about healthcare tonight, and yesterday he gave a pep talk to students. He told them that in order to succeed they need to work hard and study hard. Then today, former President George W. Bush presented the rebuttal.
[Dan Fried] served under President [Barack] Obama and under President George W. Bush before that and under President [Bill] Clinton before that and under President George H.W. Bush before that and under [Ronald] Reagan before that and under [Jim] Carter before that. He has been there a long time.
When President George W. Bush cut taxes, he cut them for everyone.
It will be an unusual dynamic [in Congress]. It won’t be like the rallying behind President [Barack] Obama in 2009 or behind President [George W.] Bush, even at the beginning of his presidency, or even [Bill] Clinton in ’93, when he got his budget through on a partisan vote.
And remember, this was a president (George W. Bush) who was selected by the Supreme Court rather than the people.
I think people thought that if [Donald Trump] won, he’d win by one state the way that President [George W.] Bush did.
President Obama, don’t you think you should follow in the footsteps of your predecessor? Remember, President George W. Bush? He stayed out of the political arena, and he let you, his successor, do your job.
When this president was sworn into office, he was handed a deficit of over a trillion dollars. Republicans were in control of Congress for much of the time that President George W. Bush was in office, and they didn’t do a great job of controlling spending.
Yes, it seems that as the President (George W. Bush) comes to the end of his two terms, he’s finally realized the best way to get things done for you, is for you to do it.
The American president [George W. Bush] closes his eyes to the economic and human damages that are inflicted on his country and the world economy by natural disasters, like Katrina, through neglected climate protection.
The president (George W. Bush) says let’s have private accounts, and take the surplus money that’s being gathered now in Social Security and put it into private accounts. That works.
[President George W.] Bush – never mind his well-crafted set speeches; listen to him as he leans on a lectern, chatting to an audience of carpenters – is completely comfortable being himself, a skill still eluding Gore in his 55th year.