October 18, 2013
Conservatives Misunderstand What Went Wrong Under Bush

The Tea Party is composed largely of Republicans who supported George W. Bush when he was the GOP standard-bearer, voting for him twice and criticizing him far less frequently than they defended him, only to rebel against his record at the end of his second term. At that point, partisan loyalty and shared hatred of liberals finally gave way to the realization that the GOP’s time in power was a disaster for conservatives.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

Conservatives Misunderstand What Went Wrong Under Bush

The Tea Party is composed largely of Republicans who supported George W. Bush when he was the GOP standard-bearer, voting for him twice and criticizing him far less frequently than they defended him, only to rebel against his record at the end of his second term. At that point, partisan loyalty and shared hatred of liberals finally gave way to the realization that the GOP’s time in power was a disaster for conservatives.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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