>No, I don’t miss Bush–nor do I want him back

>http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/.element/apps/cvp/3.0/swf/cnn_416x234_embed.swf?context=embed&videoId=us/2010/02/10/kare.missing.bush.kare

Like the woman in the coffee shop said, if these people feel the government is against them, why not stand up and show their faces? If you are proud enough to display your anger and frustration on a billboard, then why not feel proud about who you are?

And, no. I do not miss former President Bush. As far as I’m concerned, his eight years of isolationist policies and destructive national (No Child Left Behind, tax cuts, government bailouts, etc.) and foreign agendas (one unjust war, oblivion to the Middle East, ignorance of international laws, shunning the international community, etc.) have left this country in shambles.

So, no, I don’t miss Bush. This country needs to stay out of the bushes.