Bush's wealth declined to $6.5M, while the Clintons' fortune spiked to $109M over past 7 yrs. More proof that Repub presidents place the greater good of their fellow Americans ahead of personal considerations:
>BUSH May Have Lost Wealth During Presidency
By Dan Eggen
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, May 16, 2008
President Bush's financial fortunes appear to have declined over the past seven years, with his family assets dropping as low as $6.5 million, according to disclosure forms released yesterday.
BUSH and his wife, Laura, were worth at least $9 million and as much as $24 million at the start of his term.
President Bush's biggest asset is a 1,600-acre family ranch near Crawford, Tex., which is listed as being worth between $1 million and $5 million. Most of the BUSH family holdings are in real estate and a blind trust.
you seem to forget that the shrub has a lot of family money, none of it earned (he failed at every business he tried, and that the Bush money came from prescottt bush who collaborated with the nazis in WWII.
<Does that mean that you are also Brite..>
No Gamma, it does not mean that Mexie is Britey. On the contrary, unlike Britey, Mexie can be quite unpredictable (except in his anti Bush, anti semitic politics). This is a characteristic of people with mental disorders. Witness some of his recent "whoppers", such as:
He is an acclaimed author of scholarly tomes.
He relaxes by the pool in Spain and has "servants" wait on him.
He lives in a million dollar home (although he apparently doesn't work).
He does all this WHILE he posts 24/7 on the PFE board.
<Ah another typical bu
Whoo, what a positively petrifying prospect. I'm sure glad you were not threatening me with your intellectual prowess.
By the way, is "goober" an acceptable substitute for "redneck"?
Britey, I'm surprised that you haven't come back with your typical response: "stupid redneck". You are predictable in that regard.
Did I mention that predictability is a sign of average or below average intelligence?
<Re: If you adore high gas prices
by: britelit 05/03/06 11:23 am
Msg: 543196 of 543516
Which ones? I certainly read the ones concerning Mobil and others conspiring, and aoubut a refinery being shut down in the midwest for no reason.
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The gift that keeps on giving. It is "aoubut" amazing. His remarkable record will never be challenged by another. It is simply too stunning. Too overwhelming. I am, well, nearly speechless.