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George Bush drinking heavily: Is our President depressed?

Angie 2008/12/05 21:22:02
President Bush is depressed and resorting to alcohol.
George Bush is fine. Who doesn't have an occassional drink too many?
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It's common to view President George Bush as a bumbling idiot at the reins of America, oblivious to the world crumbling around him. But despite all of the "Bushisms" he has let slip over the years, I contend that George Bush knows what is going on.

George Bush knows that his favorability ratings are worse than Watergate-era Richard Nixon. Bush knows that the U.S. economy is tanking. Our President cannot possibly be oblivious to the millions of people in America and around the world who think he is a joke and mock his ineptness. If there's anything worse than fame and power, it is having that fame and power backfire horribly on you. George Bush watched his Presidency pave the way for a 2008 Obama landslide, as Americans craved for change and anything as opposite as Bush as possible. George Bush's situation right now is enough to make him question his existence and drive him to depression.

Several Washington sources say that George Bush, who used to have a drinking problem, is back to hitting the bottle pretty hard. Bush was visibly drunk at the recent G-20 economic summit in Washington and at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Lima, Peru. Over the years, other reports have leaked of drunken Bush verbally abusing the press, passing out during football games, and showing up to Republican fundraisers looking completely out of it.

Is George Bush going back to alcohol and drugs? Are you worried for Bush's health and well-being?
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  • dC 2013/02/08 19:57:47
    President Bush is depressed and resorting to alcohol.
    dC
    I would be depressed too if I had waged illegal, undeclared wars, killed countless children in drone bombings, killed a good part of the constitution and knowing I accepted the use of torture which goes against the geneva convention.
  • brendansmith_01 2009/08/23 20:43:04
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    brendansmith_01
    +2
    hes a dick
  • asdfa 2009/02/20 23:29:14
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    asdfa
    +1
    AND cocaine problems caused our stock market to crash. He also eats fetuses.
  • miley cyrus's #1 fan 2008/12/29 13:31:51
    President Bush is depressed and resorting to alcohol.
    miley cyrus's #1 fan
    +1
    duh! Of course!
  • DemonKiTTiE ♥ In MUSE I Tru... 2008/12/28 00:47:24
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    DemonKiTTiE ♥ In MUSE I Trust ♥
    +1
    is just him getting back to his roots...
  • Cinnuint™ 2008/12/21 20:39:04
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    Cinnuint™
    +2
    ....is more bull and slander from the MSM. They just can't stop themselves, it's what they do best; twist, spin, and slander. Socrates had a saying that fits them to a "T" ~~~"When the argument is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser"...and this item here about President Bush drinking heavily is a prime example of the slander tool they're using.
  • brit 2008/12/09 17:20:09
    George Bush is fine. Who doesn't have an occassional drink too many?
    brit
    +2
    this is my first time hearing this but based on other peoples arguments it would seem likely that yes bush is upset about his presidency being terminated but honestly put yourself in his position, of course youd be upset...however, i think that bush doesnt have as heavy of a drinking problem as some believe because im sure it wouldve been brought to everyones attention when he was running for president the first time 'round
  • Floe 2008/12/09 13:10:23
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    Floe
    +2
    Bush said that he gave up drinking after waking up with a hangover after his 40th birthday celebration: "I quit drinking in 1986 and haven't had a drop since then." He ascribed the change in part to a 1985 meeting with Reverend Billy Graham, after which he began serious Bible study, as well as to gentle but persistant pressure from his wife, Laura. Friends recall that Bush said nothing of his decision, even to Laura, until many weeks later when they realized that he had not had so much as a single beer in the interim.

    Since then, a photograph was taken on June 7, 2007, of Bush drinking what appears to be a beer at the G8 Summit in Heiligendamm, Germany. However, a German newspaper, citing White House sources, has said it was Buckler, a non-alcoholic beer
    During an official visit in Rome on June 12, 2008, Bush had an official lunch with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano during which both white and red wine was served.

    On November 23, 2008 President Bush was photographed drinking Pisco Sour during an APEC summit in Lima, Peru. It is noted that Bush could easily have been drinking a coctail without the Peruvian liquor Pisco.
  • Josaphat 2008/12/08 19:29:05
    President Bush is depressed and resorting to alcohol.
    Josaphat
    +1
    If a crazy man in running the Country do you not put him in the crazy house. Put the drunk in a drunk house.
    George W. Bush, he fought Americans when we did not want to start a war in a non aggressive country such as Iraq. He threw away our rights as Americans. He never visited Detroit and never offered to help as Michigan has been in what was a strong depression since he took office. He does not support Made in America. He does not follow the Geneva Convention. He is the most anti-American I have ever seen. He does not know his Geography and was trying to fight the Taliban in Iraq when they were in Afganistan. He has destroyed the middle class in every way possible. He has done nothing to stop abortions in America. He comes from big oil and is for Big Oil. The list goes on and on. Why can't we impeach Buch and Cheny?
  • curlysue -"In God We Trust" 2008/12/08 17:53:38
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    curlysue -"In God We Trust"
    +1
    Will always be there and something he will have to deal with. That's his life and if he wants to drink it away then so be it.
  • Cookinfool 2008/12/08 16:28:11
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    Cookinfool
    +2
    are a bunch of manufactured garbage! Here we are at the end and the left just has to sling more crap. That slight of hand trick works wonders, what is it that they don't want us to see?
  • centrust 2008/12/08 05:31:22
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    centrust
    +3
    .... are unfounded. I have heard nothing about this. Would the person asking this question provide a source for this that is unbiased and credible?

    He certainly has not been a good president but if I had to put up with the BS of the media I probably would be having a few stiff ones after work also.
  • CMK 2008/12/07 23:46:23
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    CMK
    +1
    I don't know the man personally. I think it's very possible he could be depressed. I had not heard any of this press though.
  • granny1944 2008/12/07 23:11:13
    President Bush is depressed and resorting to alcohol.
    granny1944
    murderer of million of people
  • centrust granny1944 2008/12/08 05:28:50
    centrust
    +4
    Please provide unbiased documentation of how he is a murderer of millions of people. I have no problem with this statement if you can back it up. Otherwise this is nothing but an inflammatory comment with no substantive basis.
  • suz 2008/12/07 22:05:59 (edited)
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    suz
    +1
    Since October I have found myself and my husband drinking more than normal. I'm worried about our economy, our businesses, our children................can you imagine having a country to worry about too? If I only had a month to go in the White House, I knew that everyone already hated me, I'd be drunker than a skunk, I'd have orgies in the White House, I'd invite the Hells Angels & have a party that this country would remember forever. Obama would have to remodel, cus I'd trash it.
    skunk white house orgies white house invite hells angels ole
  • McKenzie 2008/12/07 21:23:01
    George Bush is fine. Who doesn't have an occassional drink too many?
    McKenzie
    +1
    i think hes crazy
  • booiesmom 2008/12/07 18:34:46
  • Kennedy1st booiesmom 2009/02/13 16:37:56 (edited)
    Kennedy1st
    +1
    hAH! dEPRESSION!..i THINK NOT. hE IS DRINKING BECAUSE OF guilt!!!!!!!!!
    kENNEDY hah depresses drinking guilt kennedy hah depresses drinking guilt kennedy hah depresses drinking guilt kennedy hah depresses drinking guilt kennedy hah depresses drinking guilt kennedy
  • God's Girl 2008/12/07 18:04:58
    George Bush is fine. Who doesn't have an occassional drink too many?
    God's Girl
    +3
    I would understand if he had a few drinks, but not O.D. on it. He has the toughest job in the world. Look at him when he fisrt was inaugerated into office and now. His hair!!! It's no tough job. So, lay off... geez
  • suz God's Girl 2008/12/07 22:12:01
    suz
    +2
    I think Obama is getting gray already. I'm surprised that bush has any hair left.
  • Paul Revere 2008/12/07 16:39:14
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    Paul Revere
    +7
    ....are manifestations of the media. "Several Washington source..." - yeah, sure. It is, yet another, "news story" manufactured by the Left because they are adult children Fuck them.
  • cokids 2008/12/07 15:48:49
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    cokids
    +4
    ....are unconfirmed. I would like to know where this info is coming from. I'm no fan of Bush, but i don't believe everything I see in print! Come on! Give it up! What are the sources on this?
  • hmjtrj-... cokids 2008/12/08 19:20:04 (edited)
    hmjtrj-searching for truth
    +2
    A couple of the late night, so called, comedy shows used some of his (Pres) news videos and ran them in slow motion thinking it was very funny, insinuating he was drunk and slurring his words. Trouble is I saw these news clips at the time he made them and believe me, they were tampered with big time. Disgusting and unforgivable. This above all the dispicabble things the drive by media has done and said about him this is the last straw. slurring trouble news clips tampered disgusting unforgivable dispicabble media straw
  • fredknutz cokids 2008/12/26 14:33:40
    fredknutz
    +1
    give what up? Asking if he's drinking is not saying he is. It doesn't even say drinking is bad. Asking if he is drinking doesn't demand that proof be offered that he is. Asking if he is drinking again is not slander.
  • Carole 2008/12/07 15:02:40
  • troy82 - Christ is returnin... 2008/12/07 13:47:03 (edited)
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    troy82 - Christ is returning, Today!
    +4
    Are made up in your head, msm would be on that like stink on a skunk...as is you landslide win comment - far 52 million Americans dis agree with you - and pollock pajammmma

    reality has left the building your shopping in........
  • Barefoot Peace and Love∞ijm... 2008/12/07 10:30:52
    George Bush is fine. Who doesn't have an occassional drink too many?
    Barefoot Peace and Love∞ijm♥☮♥∞
    +1
    I bet he does have one every time he can. I don't really know. But so what he is human. george bush fine occassional drink bet human
  • Peggy 2008/12/07 07:44:27
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    Peggy
    +1
    Are his problems.
  • Tracy 2008/12/07 07:33:32
    George Bush is fine. Who doesn't have an occassional drink too many?
    Tracy
    +7
    Where's your link to back up your claims?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
  • Pearl 2008/12/07 06:19:18
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    Pearl
    +3
    I don't blame him... I feel like joining him... With Obama coming in and knowing he will be worse then I was... I say drink up George....
  • God's Girl Pearl 2008/12/07 18:05:40
    God's Girl
    +1
    LOL!!! yeah ur right.
  • mach 2008/12/07 03:54:15
    I think that George Bush's drinking problems...
    mach
    +5
    I hope he drowns in the guilt of murdering so many soldiers and civilians in Iraq. The irony is that he not even half the human being of the people he sent to their graves. God Damn Him!
  • centrust mach 2008/12/08 05:35:47
    centrust
    +1
    I can understand you and many Americans not liking him as president, but is there anything in the world that you don't blame on Bush? The common cold? HIV?

    I thought Jimmy Carter was a terrible president but wow I don't sit around blaming him for everything that went wrong in my life.

    By the way, where did you get your writing style from? Reverand Wright?
  • mach centrust 2008/12/08 05:50:31
    mach
    +2
    I knew that would catch someone's eye, I mean, what kind of extremes must I go to to get someone to notice? I'm just very disappointed in Bush for attacking a sovereign nation under false pretenses, and sending so many to their graves. In the end, they will have all died in vain, because the sunni's and the shiite's will never reconcile, not in another year, not in a hundred, or a thousand,... NEVER!!
  • centrust mach 2008/12/08 06:57:51
    centrust
    +3
    Got your point. Thanks for the clarification. You really hit the nail on the head about the sunni's and shiite's. If anybody belives a democracy can be built in Iraq, they are delusional.
  • dj~Love... mach 2008/12/08 16:50:17 (edited)
    dj~Love God, family, and country!
    +2
    How many people do you think Suddam Hussein sent to their graves? He put men on Viagra and had them raping little children all in the name of his "sovreign" god Allah. He had his terrorists hiding in neighborhoods among women and children so if you were able to get to his terrorists to kill them you had to kill the women and children first, all in the name of Allah. He lined people up and killed them burying them in mass graves because they did not bow to him and his god, Allah. Saddam Hussein was a weapon of "mass destruction" all by himself! The people of Iraq are glad the we went to their country. We have relatives fighting in this war. What they report to us and the videos they send to us are NOT what is reported on ABC, CBS, and NBC..... the liberal media. Schools are being built, clean water is being brought to the towns and villages, contrary to popular belief, there has not been fighting in the streets of Baghdad for quite some time. Iraqi's are learning to police themselves. Young girls are attending schools. Women don't have to wear burkhas when they go out in public anymore and they now have the right to vote in elections. Many changes have been made, for the good in Iraq. You don't hear it in the mainstream media because that is not what sells newpapers and liberal media ...'''
    How many people do you think Suddam Hussein sent to their graves? He put men on Viagra and had them raping little children all in the name of his "sovreign" god Allah. He had his terrorists hiding in neighborhoods among women and children so if you were able to get to his terrorists to kill them you had to kill the women and children first, all in the name of Allah. He lined people up and killed them burying them in mass graves because they did not bow to him and his god, Allah. Saddam Hussein was a weapon of "mass destruction" all by himself! The people of Iraq are glad the we went to their country. We have relatives fighting in this war. What they report to us and the videos they send to us are NOT what is reported on ABC, CBS, and NBC..... the liberal media. Schools are being built, clean water is being brought to the towns and villages, contrary to popular belief, there has not been fighting in the streets of Baghdad for quite some time. Iraqi's are learning to police themselves. Young girls are attending schools. Women don't have to wear burkhas when they go out in public anymore and they now have the right to vote in elections. Many changes have been made, for the good in Iraq. You don't hear it in the mainstream media because that is not what sells newpapers and liberal media does not want you to hear the good that has been done in Iraq. By the way, Bush did NOT go to war on his own. It had to be voted on by CONGRESS. Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton voted to go to war along with John Kerry. It is so funny to me that this is always referred to as Bush's war! It had to be carried by an overwhelming majority of the Congress, as Congress is who makes the law...and it was voted on and passed by Congress. It is a matter of history. If you don't like the fact that we are in a war, talk to your Congressman, but quit calling it Bush's war....he is only one man!
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  • 533581 dj~Love... 2008/12/27 16:38:57
  • dj~Love... 533581 2008/12/31 15:57:15
    dj~Love God, family, and country!
    +1
    He was not secular. He was Muslim. When he went to his hanging, he had his Quran in his hand and was quite angry because he was not allowed to say his prayers and have someone pray with him before being hung. I guess you did not see his hanging and hear his outcries before being put to death. He died with his Quran in hand. That is not the cry of a secular man!
  • 533581 dj~Love... 2008/12/31 18:23:52
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