George W. Bush library opens to the public, with 43rd president greeting first visitors

  • Article by: JAMIE STENGLE , Associated Press
  • Updated: May 1, 2013 - 12:49 PM
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stjohnsonMay. 1, 1311:40 AM

Pretty cool. Must have been a great surprise for the kids.

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jaywalkerMay. 1, 13 1:13 PM

Bus's legacy will be better than the current one in office.

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boozlesMay. 1, 13 2:32 PM

How appropriate for G.W. Bush to have a Lie-bury. Mission Accomplished!

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boozlesMay. 1, 13 2:36 PM

@jaywalker I agree with you that Jerome Bettis's football record will be better than Obama's.

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rms316May. 1, 13 5:05 PM

How ironic on the anniversary of the huge public relations stunt on the aircraft carrier claiming the battle in Iraq was successful. Over 4400 American Soldiers, about 200 Foreign Soldiers, over 100,000 Iraqi Citizens, 1400 Contractors died. Thousands of kids being born with medical problems from chemicals and bombs. Combine that with the worst economic depression since the 30's. Not sure I'll be visiting that library.

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falcon1681May. 1, 1310:44 PM

jaywalker - Bus's legacy will be better than the current one in office. --------------- Just couldn't wait to start rewriting history eh?

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crystalbayMay. 2, 1312:45 AM

Bush is utterly shameless in still persisting with his propaganda and lies about the wars he started being legitimate. This is nothing short of brainwashing our children. 4500 dead Americans; 33,000 injured; 150,000 dead Iraqis; 1.3 trillion dollars blown; a nation completely disintegrating a whole decade later. Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfield are war criminals for foisting this debacle upon the country.

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nrabadMay. 2, 13 2:37 AM

The one Library that will try to rewrite history for one of the worst Presidents in true history. Thanks for the wars and the economy. Not!!!

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owatonnabillMay. 2, 13 9:48 AM

"The one Library that will try to rewrite history for one of the worst Presidents in true history. Thanks for the wars and the economy. Not!!!" ........... Heh. Posterity remembers the movers and shakers in ways that the politically convicted, of whatever stripe, may not. Reagan gets an airport and an aircraft carrier. Dubya gets a library. Owatonnabill has visited Clinton Plaza in Bangkok, somewhere in the neighborhood of Soi Cowboy. Anyone who has ever frequented that area of the city will know instantly the significance of the name of the plaza in question.

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