Shouldn’t George W. Bush be standing at Romney’s side

I’m a Little Disappointed

By James Turnage:

The last Democratic President, before Mr. Obama, Bill Clinton, is campaigning with the President in the final days. He is popular, and is remembered for policies that helped the middle class.

My question is “why isn’t the last Republican President campaigning with Mitt Romney”? Shouldn’t George W. Bush be standing at Romney’s side giving his support and making grandiose statements about his policies? I would think having a former leader of your party at your side in the final days would be a big boost.

Maybe they just don’t get along well. Or maybe Paul Ryan told Romney not to bring another political figure into the mix.

I just don’t understand.

2 Responses to "Shouldn’t George W. Bush be standing at Romney’s side"

  1. compro oro firenze   December 26, 2012 at 6:42 am

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  2. Robert8   November 5, 2012 at 12:19 am

    Perhaps the self-described lack of understanding can be attributed to a viewpoint too narrow to allow for candidates being individuals. Although members of the same political party, sometimes leaders differ in philosophy in subtle ways that those limited by ‘group think’ have no capacity to understand.

    It is an easily understood reality if one checks personal critical thinking at a party door in favor of being herded by ‘betters’. Surely you can’t believe that people within ALL organizations with common political attitudes are forced to blind goose-stepping…

    My experience of our National political parties is there is no monopoly on goose stepping save the fundamental requirement of BLIND extremism which is present on the extreme wings of both.

    One must be able to ‘see’ in order to begin to ‘understand’.


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