36 thoughts on “President Bush reacts to Obama's victory in 2008 election

  1. Bush was a horrible President but people have to remember, Obama basocally got elected in 08 by running against Bush's policies. Not McCains.
    Bush was always respectful towards the Obama's and he will be remembered for the decency he showed

  2. Hahah it’s hilarious to see the idiot lefties cry about “awee trump will NEVER be like even bush, or obama” Yeah, okay. Trump 2020!

  3. I'm believe growth and development inside in USA…
    1) Manufacturing sectors are highly beneficial for each stage onwards.
    2) Service sectors too also important for Public and Private Partnership basis level….
    These two are highly strengthen it in USA..

  4. The only reason we had a Black president who then won the Nobel Prize in 2009 is all because of George Bush. Bush wiped out the previous playing field and replaced it with the shit we're still dealing with today.

  5. If Trump loses to Bernie, he will not be as civil as Bush is in this video. He'll probably take a dump in the chair and wipe his balls on the desk with a note that says "Eat shit, Jew-Beard"

  6. 📚🇺🇸-"( 9/11) ( WTC) -("Nano-thermite!")
    -"Nano-thermite or super-thermite is a metastable intermolecular composite (MICs) characterized by a particle size of its main constituents, a metal and a metal oxide, under 100 nanometers. This allows for high and customizable reaction rates. Nano-thermites contain an oxidizer and a reducing agent, which are intimately mixed on the nanometer scale. MICs, including nano-thermitic materials, are a type of reactive materialsinvestigated for military use, as well as for general applications involving propellants, explosives, and pyrotechnics.
    What distinguishes MICs from traditional thermites is that the oxidizer and a reducing agent, normally iron oxide and aluminium, are in the form of extremely fine powders (nanoparticles). This dramatically increases the reactivity relative to micrometre-sized powder thermite. As the mass transport mechanisms that slow down the burning rates of traditional thermites are not so important at these scales, the reaction proceeds much more quickly.

    Potential usesEdit

    Historically, pyrotechnic or explosive applications for traditional thermites have been limited due to their relatively slow energy release rates. Because nanothermites are created from reactant particles with proximities approaching the atomic scale, energy release rates are far greater.[1]
    MICs or Super-thermites are generally developed for military use, propellants, explosives, incendiary devices, and pyrotechnics. Research into military applications of nano-sized materials began in the early 1990s.[2] Because of their highly increased reaction rate, nanosized thermitic materials are being studied by the U.S. military with the aim of developing new types of bombs several times more powerful than conventional explosives.[3] Nanoenergetic materials can store more energy than conventional energetic materials and can be used in innovative ways to tailor the release of this energy. Thermobaric weapons are one potential application of nanoenergetic materials.[4]

    TypesEdit

    There are many possible thermodynamically stable fuel-oxidizer combinations. Some of them are:

    Aluminium-molybdenum(VI) oxide

    Aluminium-copper(II) oxide

    Aluminium-iron(II,III) oxide

    Antimony-potassium permanganate

    Aluminium-potassium permanganate

    Aluminium-bismuth(III) oxide

    Aluminium-tungsten(VI) oxide hydrate

    Aluminium-fluoropolymer (typically Viton)

    Titanium-boron (burns to titanium diboride)

    In military research, aluminium-molybdenum oxide, aluminium-Teflon and aluminium-copper(II) oxide have received considerable attention.[2] Other compositions tested were based on nanosized RDX and with thermoplastic elastomers. PTFE or other fluoropolymer can be used as a binder for the composition. Its reaction with the aluminium, similar to magnesium/teflon/viton thermite, adds energy to the reaction.[5] Of the listed compositions, that with potassium permanganate has the highest pressurization rate.[6]

    ProductionEdit

    A method for producing nano scale, or ultra fine grain (UFG) aluminum powders, a key component of most nano-thermitic materials, is the dynamic gas-phase condensation method, pioneered by Wayne Danen and Steve Son at Los Alamos National Laboratory. A variant of the method is being used at the Indian Head Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center. The powders made by both processes are indistinguishable.[7] A critical aspect of the production is the ability to produce particles of sizes in the tens of nano-meter range, as well as with a limited distribution of particle sizes. In 2002, the production of nano-sized aluminum particles required considerable effort, and commercial sources for the material were limited.[2]Current[when?] production levels are now beyond 100 kg/month.
    An application of the sol-gel method, developed by Randall Simpson, Alexander Gash and others at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, can be used to make the actual mixtures of nano-structured composite energetic materials. Depending on the process, MICs of different density can be produced. Highly porous and uniform products can be achieved by super-critical extraction.[2]

    IgnitionEdit

    As with all explosives, research into control yet simplicity has been a goal of research into nanoscale explosives.[2] Some can be ignited with laser pulses.[2]
    MICs have been investigated as a possible replacement for lead (e.g. lead styphnate, lead azide) in percussion caps and electric matches. Compositions based on Al-Bi2O3tend to be used. PETN may be optionally added.[8]
    Aluminium powder can be added to nano explosives. Aluminium has a relatively low combustion rate and a high enthalpy of combustion.[9]
    The products of a thermite reaction, resulting from ignition of the thermitic mixture, are usually metal oxides and elemental metals. At the temperatures prevailing during the reaction, the products can be solid, liquid or gaseous, depending on the components of the mixture.[10]

    HazardsEdit

    Like conventional thermite, super thermite reacts at very high temperature and is difficult to extinguish. The reaction produces dangerous ultra-violet (UV) light requiring that the reaction not be viewed directly, or that special eye protection (for example, a welder's mask) be worn.
    In addition, super thermites are very sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Surrounding the metal oxide particles with carbon nanofibers may make nanothermites safer to handle.[11]

  7. 📚The B-Thing

    World Trade Center, New York, USA

    2000

    "And then the surgical intervention in the World Trade Center in New York City. Everything top secret and illegal of course. In days of conspiratorial work, somewhere on the 148th floor and using building site refuse they had tediously smuggled into the building under their pullovers, they constructed a functioning load-bearing balcony. In a long complicated process they scratched putty from the tall heavy window, which couldn't be opened. Then they extracted it using suction pads, shunted the balcony out, posed on it at 6 in the morning and had themselves photographed there from a helicopter for their nearest and dearest back home. They kept very mum about it all, because if word had crept out about their coup they could have been fined very heavily for sabotaging a national treasure. Even if it was built by the Japanese. Incidentally, as proof that they were there, there is now a piece of old chewing gum stuck to the outside of the building at a dizzy height." (Tex Rubinowitz)
     Article "The B-Thing", by Carlo McCormick, Bookforum, Winter 2001
     Article "Vertigo am WTC", by holi, Süddeutsche Zeitung, October 17, 2001
     Article "Balcony Scene (Or Unseen) – Atop the World", by Shaila K. Dewan, New York Times, August 18, 2001
     Publication "The B-Thing, Walther König, Cologne 2001

  8. 📚(The B-Thing) (9/11/2001)
    -" One of Gelitin's best known art projects began in March 2000, when the group allegedly removed one of the windows on the 91st floor of the former World Trade Center complex and temporarily installed a narrow balcony, while a helicopter flew around the scene, taking photographs to be later documented in their book The B-Thing.[4] The book was published in 2001 and had even by that time taken on an air of urban legend, with new copies selling for $500 on Amazon.com as of 2016.[4][5][6]
    Other works include:

    vorm – fellows – attitude, 2018, at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: giant sculptures of feces, with visitors encouraged to put on costumes representing nude men and women[7]

    La Louvre, Paris, 2008, at ARC, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

    Tantamounter 24/7, 2005, a "gigantic, complex and very clever machine" created at Leo Koenig, New York

    Hase (Rabbit / Coniglio), 2005, a 55-meter knitted pink rabbit on Colletto Fava[8][9]

    Zapf de Pipi, 2005, a sculpture of frozen urine as contributed by the visitors at the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art

  9. 📚The United States presidential election of 2000 was a contest between Democraticcandidate Al Gore, then-Vice President, and Republican candidate George W. Bush, then-governor of Texas and son of former president George H. W. Bush.
    ‹ 1996  2004 ›United States presidential election, 2000
    November 7, 2000NomineeGeorge W. BushAl GorePartyRepublicanDemocratHome stateTexasTennesseeRunning mateDick CheneyJoe LiebermanElectoral vote271266Contests won3021Popular vote50,456,00250,999,897Percentage47.9%48.4%
    Presidential election results map. Red denotes states won by Bush/Cheney(30), Blue denotes those won by Gore/Lieberman(20+DC).

    Incumbent President
    Bill Clinton
    Democrat

    President-Elect
    George W. Bush
    Republican

    Incumbent Democratic President Bill Clintonwas not eligible to serve a third term, and Vice President Gore was able to secure the Democratic nomination. Bush was seen as the early favorite for the Republican nomination, and despite a contentiousprimary battle with Senator John McCain and other candidates, secured the nomination by Super Tuesday. Many third party candidates also ran, most prominently Ralph Nader. Bush chose former Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney as his running mate, and Gore chose Senator Joe Lieberman as his. Both candidates focused primarily on domestic issues, such as the budget, tax relief, and reforms for federal social insurance programs, though foreign policy was not ignored. Clinton and Gore did not often campaign together, a deliberate decision resulting from the Lewinsky scandal two years prior.
    Bush narrowly won the November 7 election, with 271 electoral votes to Gore's 266. There was a disagreement over who won Florida's 25 electoral votes, the recount that happened there, and the uncommon event that the winner got fewer popular votes than the loser.[1] The Court's contentious decision in Bush v. Gore announced on December 12, 2000, ended the recounts, effectively awarding Florida's votes to Bush and granting him the victory.

  10. 📚Project for the New American Century

    The Project for the New American Century(PNAC) was a neoconservative[1][2][3] think tank based in Washington, D.C. that focused on United States foreign policy. It was established as a non-profit educational organization in 1997, and founded by William Kristol and Robert Kagan.[4][5] PNAC's stated goal was "to promote American global leadership."[6] The organization stated that "American leadership is good both for America and for the world," and sought to build support for "a Reaganite policy of military strength and moral clarity."[7]
    Project for the New American Century (PNAC)Formation1997; 21 years agoFounderWilliam Kristol, Robert KaganDissolved2006TypePublic policy think tankLocation

    Washington, D.C.

    Chairman

    William Kristol

    Directors

    Robert Kagan

    Devon Gaffney Cross

    Bruce P. Jackson

    John R. Bolton

    Of the twenty-five people who signed PNAC's founding statement of principles, ten went on to serve in the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush, including Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz.[8][9][10][11] Observers such as Irwin Stelzer and Dave Grondin have suggested that the PNAC played a key role in shaping the foreign policy of the Bush Administration, particularly in building support for the Iraq War.[12][13][14][15] Academics such as Inderjeet Parmar, Phillip Hammond, and Donald E. Abelson have said PNAC's influence on the George W. Bush administration has been exaggerated.[16][17][18]
    The Project for the New American Century ceased to function in 2006;[19] it was replaced by a new think-tank named the Foreign Policy Initiative, co-founded by Kristol and Kagan in 2009. The Foreign Policy Initiative was dissolved in 2017.

    Origins and operationEdit

    The Project for the New American Century developed from Kristol and Kagan's belief that the Republican Party lacked a "compelling vision for American foreign policy," which would allow Republican leaders to effectively criticize President Bill Clinton's foreign policy record.[19]
    During the summer of 1996, Kristol and Kagan co-authored an article in Foreign Affairs titled "Toward a Neo-Reaganite Foreign Policy" – referring to the foreign policy of President Ronald Reagan. In the article, they argued that American conservatives were "adrift" in the area of foreign policy, advocated a "more elevated vision of America's international role," and suggested that the United States' should adopt a stance of "benevolent global hegemony."[20] In June 1997, Kristol and Kagan founded the PNAC in order to advance the goals they had first laid out in Foreign Affairs, echoing the article's statements and goals in PNAC's founding Statement of Principles.[19]
    According to Maria Ryan, the individuals who signed the PNAC's statements and letters were not employees or members of the group, and "supporters of PNAC's initiatives differed from case to case."[19] While its permanent staff was relatively small, the organization was "especially well connected," with some of its statements and letters attracting the support of prominent conservatives and neoconservatives.[9][19]
    In this regard, Stuart Elden has stated that "The influence that PNAC had was astonishing," and noted that

    The number of figures associated with PNAC that had been members of the Reagan or the first Bush administration and the number that would take up office with the administration of the second President Bush demonstrate that it is not merely a question of employees and budgets.[21]

  11. 📚On this day in 1972, George W. Bush, the nation’s 43rd president, was permanently suspended from flying with the Texas Air National Guard for having missed an annual medical examination.
    The matter spawned a political controversy in both the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns. Reporters probed not only how and why Bush had lost his flight status but also how he came to be a member of the Texas Air National Guard during the Vietnam War and whether he had in fact fulfilled the requirements of his military service contract.🏛🇺🇸

  12. 👥George W. Bush as well as his criminal family members are nothing more than purging DICTATORS in America today 🇺🇸

  13. Am a Biafran currently located in the south East of Nigeria…am so connected to this guy…i love you so much…

  14. Bush may not have been the best President, but he had a kind soul and genuinely had the best interest of others at heart.

  15. What an admirable statement! There is not the tiniest speck of the partisanship that is everywhere in our current administration. Instead, the emphasis was on the smooth continuity of our government, now under new leadership. Then he said that our country could be so proud of the historic development, that an African-American man was chosen president.

    The Republican party does not need to be as hyper-partisan and racist as it is today. Good Republicans can reclaim the noble heritage contained in these remarks.

  16. Wait until its Trump's turn to do this (unless he get impeached first) he'll call it a scam and refuse to leave

  17. He should've spoken up after Obama got sworn in and GOP was openly out there spreading hate and racism… But, GWB, with all his faults, was a REAL STATESMAN… in the end he knew country should be above politics when the time comes… compare that with KGB agent we have now in the White House…

  18. For all that Bush is and ever will be, for all the things he said and did that I believe he was wrong on, he is a decent human being. Unlike the absolute cunt that occupies that office now. Namely the criminal known as Donald Trump.

  19. Can you imagine what Trump will say when he loses in 2020? WITCH HUNT! MASSIVE ELECTION FRAUD! TOTAL DISGRACE!

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