A Conversation On Facebook Today About the Impending Death Of George Bush Sr
- Kevin Mulder Um, who cares? People die every day. How will you feel if some Marines are killed in Afghanistan? Or if a homeless person dies? Why are some people's lives somehow more important than others? How will you feel if I die? Probably won't care and I wouldn't expect people I don't know, and have never met to care.
- Claude Harrison Remorese for his family, first; the country second. He truly served his country and the world. While not agreeing with all of his decisions, I think he is an honorable man who did his best, and was better than his predecessor. He did much good in his years post presidency. For me his worst mark is the appointment of Clarence Thomas.
- Qué Kcuts This case I have no opinion on. Regarding his son, Cheney, Wolfowitz and Rumsfeld however are different. I've already submitted PTO forms at work stating that as soon as any of those 4 kick it, i'm taking the rest of that or next day off and enjoying a refreshing Barley Pop at the local watering hole.
- Trish Day LeClere This question insults my soul, as do some of the comments here. I will feel very sad if he dies, as I do when anyone dies. I will be pressing "unlike" momentarily because the mere fact that you asked such a question just makes me shudder. Examine your moral compass.
- Sandra K. Boggs I would feel sad for him and his family. I would especially feel sad for his granddaughter, Jenna, and that he would not know her unborn child. Just because I am a Democrat does not mean I have no feelings for the Republicans. One reason I am a Democrats is because Democrats are 'supposed' to be more compassionate. Am I wrong in believing so? To read some of these comments, it kind of seems that I am!
- Archer Ravenson As any patriotic American should I will would mourn the passing of a former US President. If President Barak Obama were to ever die in or out of office I would put my personal feelings aside about how I feel for his politics and I would mourn the loss of him. I am guessing that you will celebrate the loss of President Bush though or you wouldnt even think to ask this question.
- Bubba Muntzer As for all you hypocrites spewing hatred about hatred being spewed, his 1988 presidential campaign was the dirtiest I've ever witnessed. Think Lee Atwater. Jim Baker. They destroyed a man's character and Bush was in charge of it. And then remember the Gulf War when the Iraqi soldiers were trying to retreat from Kuwait along that highway back to Baghdad, and they were defeated and defenseless and Bush sent the warplanes to fly over them again and again and slaughter them by the tens of thousands. Not to mention when he was head of the CIA, one of the dirtiest organizations there is. The gates of hell are opening wide.