Triggered by Dubya

The right hates his message; the left, his "redemption." Suck it up.

George W. Bush, who once said that he wanted to be a uniter, not a divider, managed to unite the left and the right in seething disdain with his remarks at the Shanksville, PA memorial service for the victims of Flight 93, in which he called for unity and condemned political polarization but also had strong words for domestic violent extremism.

In a way…

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