Did Bush cause the financial crisis?

Did Bush cause the financial crisis? is the question that the BBC’s North America Business Correspondent in New York, Greg Wood briefly explores and his conclusion is not surprising.

Here is a summation of his argument.

‘Deregulation started long before President Bush came to power, and it was enthusiastically pursued by both Democratic and Republican administrations. ‘

‘So the image of Mr Bush as the arch deregulator and the Democratic Party as the champion of stricter rules for business does not quite tally with the evidence.’

Why is it that so many liberals are deluded into thinking that one man caused the problems our country is now facing and that one man is going to fix them? It is hard to not think of the Democratic Party voting liberals as being as much the real problem as its solution. After all, they consistently vote for a now majority group of the problem makers, the Democratic Party politicians, and these liberals have not an ounce of desire to do anything more than this it seems.

Most of the ‘voters’ simply do nothing more than ‘vote’ for their one person solution, once every four years. Or perhaps to be fair, they ‘vote’ for subordinates too to their supposed Saviours, usually a time or two in the mean time between presidential elections. They are quite simply as deluded and lazy lot when you look at them rationally, rather than through their own rose-tinged sun glasses of CHANGE that ain’t.

So when you liberals begin to lose your jobs, houses, and your families begin to fall apart from the ensuing chaos, look in the mirror, will you? You voted for the problem instead of trying to change things for the better. Your acceptance of this single See-Saw American Political Corporatized System of ‘voting’ is what caused the financial crisis. Don’t just blame Bush alone, you are the problem.

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