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A Harey Bush

3/24/2008 2:50 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

With 301 days left in office, George W. Bush posed for pics with the Easter Bunny as part of the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday.
George W. Bush and the Easter Bunny
Meanwhile, the U.S. death toll in Iraq reached 4000 on Sunday.

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91.

pua    

Unhappy with Bush/Cheney???? Just wait a few months..........then you'll remember good ole Jimmy Carter bad...

2373 days ago
92.

Mik    

Clinton:I 'Misspoke' on Bosnia Trip. Just one more of your liberal loons.

2373 days ago
93.

L.A. Hoxie    

Yeah, Democrats would rather let thousands of innocent Iraqs be tortured over and over again for generation after generation then even think about risking one American life. Maybe we were misinformed on the reasons to enter the war, but if we can help make a group of people's lives better and happier, we should do all that we can. Besides throwing money at a charity and hoping they can do something. You know, because that always works great... for the president of the charity.

2373 days ago
94.

Patriotism Lives    

I guess TMZ has figured out the way to stir up controversy... offend your President or the U.S. Military and voila... the undereducated come running. Fortunately, so have some very insightful adults. How refreshing! Having said that:

Regardless of whether you agree with the ware or not, remember one thing - President Bush didn't take the U.S. into war all by his lonesome. Congress voted for it, albeit with some inaccurate information. But they still voted the US into war. So quit blaming the President. Oh, and if you really think that any man, at least in this country, weighs the decision of going to war lightly, you're sorrily mistaken. The President doesn't take the deaths of our soldiers lightly either.

Anyone claiming that President Bush is "NOT MY PRESIDENT" needs a reality check. As long as you live in the United States of America and he is in office, George W. Bush IS, in fact, YOUR Commander in Chief. And, as others have pointed out, as soon as the next President is in office, no matter who he is, you'll bitch and complain about him too. But for now, have some f'in respect. He WAS voted into office. If you'll recall, he did not win the popular vote but he did win the electoral votes required to secure the win. Doesn't anyone take Government in high school or Poli Sci in college
anymore?

And those of you wishing harm, even death, on President Bush in open forum, you might want to watch your words. Cross the line and it constitutes a crime. Yeah, look it up.

It is truly a shame that the media rarely gives a glimpse into all the positive that has come from the demise of Saddam Hussein. (Don't for a minute think that he didn't make any evidence of WMDs disappear before we got there. The second he could've had a weapon ready he absolutely would've used it. The man was sick. Hell, look at what he did to hundreds of thousands of his own people.) Iraq has a long way to go, but so much good has been done there. If only the media
wanted you to hear/see it. But if you take the time and look a little harder, you can find those stories on the Internet. I'm in a military town, so I get to hear it straight from soldiers who've been there.

2373 days ago
95.

Mr. Hat    

Who's the costumed guy with the rabbit?

2373 days ago
96.

Mr. Hat    

Hey silly wabbit, wars are for kids.

2373 days ago
97.

Mik    

No Carville Apology for Judas Remark. ..............Just one more Liberal Loon.

2373 days ago
98.

Area 51    

(1) Torture chambers with an acid-drip to insure a slow, agonizing death. (2) Wood-chipping machines for the horrific execution of women who had just been raped by Saddam Hussein's sons...who would stand by and laugh at the increbibly evil procedure. (3) Parents who be forced to watch their children's eyes gouged. (4) Babies who would be slammed against brick walls to crush their skulls. (5) Firing-squad executions at any time for the most trivial of offenses...Saddam's son Odai once had his henchmen pour machine-gun fire into a car because he felt the driver was going too slow............Perhaps our reasons for occupying Iraq were somewhat misguided, but even the staunchest liberal must admit that attempting to end such savagery is a noble thing.

2373 days ago
99.

Jeanie    

President Bush is not only a GREAT president, he's one VERY handsome man... not at all bad to look at. I'm really gonna miss him when he's gone. : (

2373 days ago
100.

Christopher    

"As long as you live in the United States of America and he is in office, George W. Bush IS, in fact, YOUR Commander in Chief."

Wrong again, Patriotism.

Bush was installed by five banana Republicans in black robes on the Supreme Court in 2000. He wasn't elected fair and square and that's a fact.

2373 days ago
101.

Mik    

Florida Elections .......Governor Bush 2,909,135 .......Vice President Gore 2,907,351...............a margin of 1,784 votes after recount Gov Bush still wins . Read -Supreme Court of the United States Bush v Gore Dec 12,2000 .

2373 days ago
102.

Area 51    

Mik, you are correct. Britney-brained Christopher didn't do his homework. The final recount results are available for anyone to see. According to the Washington Post on November 12, 2001: "Under any standard used to judge the ballots in the four counties where Gore lawyers had sought a recount--Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Volusia--Bush still ended up with more votes than Gore. Bush also would have had more votes if the limited statewide recount ordered by the Florida Supreme Court and then stopped by the U.S. Supreme Court had been carried through." In retrospect, the actions of the U.S. Supreme Court didn't matter...Bush would have won anyway. AND THOSE ARE THE FACTS.

2373 days ago
103.

Debbie/grandmother    

According to Wikipedia:

4th time in history a candidate won w/o receiving the popular vote: 1824, 1876, 1888, and 2000
Bush 271 Electoral votes Gore 266 Electoral votes
Bush 50,460,110 popular vote Gore 51,003,926 popular vote

Dec 12 5-4 Supreme Court decision:
To end the Florida recount the Supreme court voted along idiological line:
O'Connor, Kennedy, Rehnquist, Scalia, and Thomas voted against the recount.
Ginsberg, Souter, Stevens, and Breyer voted for the recount.

Five conservative people on the Supreme Court decided the 2000 presidential election.

2373 days ago
104.

Debbie/grandmother    

Again accoridng to Wikipedia...the count in florida was by 500 votes....that close. With a count that close, by law a recount is mandatory. It will be interesting to see how the historians write this one in the history books. First time in my lifetime that I really wondered if our system truly works.

2373 days ago
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Area 51    

Debbie/grandmother: Please read my previous post. It has been established that the actions of the U.S. Supreme Court were irrelevant...Bush would have won Florida anyway. As for the popular vote, well, that's unfortunate, but those are the rules laid out in our constitution.

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