President Bush


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Noun1.President Bush - 43rd President of the United StatesPresident Bush - 43rd President of the United States; son of George Herbert Walker Bush (born in 1946)
2.President Bush - vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)
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On behalf of our nation, I salute my predecessor, President Bush, for his half-century of service to America.
History was not kind to President Bush in the years immediately after he left office, but time has a way of bringing clarity and perspective.
* President Bush opposed the "Freedom of Choice Act," a bill which, he said, "would impose on all 50 states an unprecedented regime of abortion on demand, going well beyond Roe v.
PRESIDENT BUSH: They are sent back to their homes or sent to hide in countries around the world to plot evil and destruction.
He condemned Britain's "subservient" support for President Bush and the UK's involvement in the conflict which he said had been a "major tragedy for the world".
On January 10, 2007, President Bush, in a prime-time address to the nation, lobbied for his new Iraq War policy, which included more troops and strengthening the interior borders of Iraq.
I commend President Bush for recognizing past mistakes in Iraq and for outlining new steps on the military, economic, and political fronts.
So why has Fein been collaborating with the ACLU and providing damning testimony to the Senate about President Bush? Why is he for censuring the President and even, perhaps, impeaching him?
You won't find much sympathy at First Things for those who today use such language in the context of President Bush's war on civil liberties.
President Bush has flouted the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA) for five years by directing the National Security Agency to target American citizens on American soil for electronic surveillance on his say-so alone.
President Bush should have discussed energy policy with Hu Jintao because China has an insatiable demand for oil and other commodities which could have profound implications for the American economy.
"President Bush's faith-based and community initiative is deeply rooted in America's heartland," Towey maintained during a press conference announcing his departure.