George W. Bush Reveals Why He Refuses to Criticize Obama

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November 14, 2014 9:13am PST

George W. Bush sat down with Sean Hannity for an exclusive interview on Thursday, in which he demonstrated his true patriotism by revealing that he never speaks ill of President Obama because it would be bad for the country. “Why did you make that decision?” Hannity questioned, referring to Bush’s conscious choice not to criticize Obama. “Because I’m sure you have a lot to say,” furthered Hannity.

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“I don’t think it’s good for the country to have a former president undermine a current president,” Bush responded diplomatically. “I think it’s bad for the presidency, for that matter.”

Bush and Obama are polar opposites on many issues, one of the most integral being support of U.S. troops. Bush was always incredibly respectful as a President when it came down to treatment of the men and women fighting for our country. Even now, he has dedicated much of his retirement to serving those who have served us. Can’t exactly say the same for Obama…

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Do you think Bush has made the right decision by refusing to criticize Obama, even though it is surely difficult to remain tight-lipped on his resounding failure as Commander-in-Chief? Tell us in the comments section.

H/T: Mediaite

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