September 28, 2010, - 6:00 pm

Miss Him Yet?: Bush NSA Chief Confirms Bush Tried to Bring 100,000 Palestinian Muslims to U.S.

By Debbie Schlussel

No, this is NOT the urban legend BS story about Obama spending $20 million to bring HAMAS-supporting Palestinian refugees to the U.S.   I debunked that false story which was sent out and promoted by morons, frauds, and charlatans including Hanan Tudor (porn name:  “Brigitte Gabriel”) and Scamela Geller. This is about a true story–that George W. Bush  tried to bring 100,000 Palestinian “refugees” to America.

Miss Him Yet?: George W. Bush w/ PLO Terrorist-in-Chief Mahmoud Abbas

Yup, George W. Bush–the same guy who tried to do the same stuff against Israel that Obama is trying to do against Israel now, but didn’t get an ounce of conservative faux-outrage over it.  Israel and anti-Israel former Bush National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley confirms that Bush and Hadley tried to bring 100,000 Palestinian “refugees” to America.  Hadley admitted to the Jerusalem Post that the U.S. was going to bring in the refugees but claims he had no idea how many we would absorb. Oh, that’s even more comforting–the sky’s the limit for HAMAS supporting terrorism enablers on U.S. shores collecting benefits.

You see, Bush so badly wanted to push Israel to further self-amputation (and a Bush Nobel Peace Prize), that he was willing to further amputate America’s borders and national security by bringing even more Palestinian Muslim refugees than the few thousand he already brought here each year after 9/11. Oh, and this is why you can’t trust Elliot Abrams, the Islamo-pandering Jewish Bush advisor (and Hadley’s deputy) who tried to sell out Israel. He flatly denied that this happened without first checking with his former boss Hadley to get their stories straight. But Hadley fessed up . . . with a million rationalizations to go along with his admission.

Hey, do ya think Bush will be the object of the same level of outrage over this true story that Obama got when there were false rumors that he tried to do the same thing?  Oh, wait, I forgot–they conveniently tell me that since Obama is President now, I’m not allowed to mention it.  Because the past is not prologue. The past . . . just never happened, right? I’m, instead, supposed to pretend that a certain moron who opened our borders to Muslims through diversity lotteries and expanding Saudi-sponsored student visas–and otherwise kissed Muslim ass for his entire political career–was never President, while he created a giant boondoggle Homeland Security agency and otherwise made us less safe.  So, I guess we should all ignore this and still “miss” this incredible example of mediocrity and amateur hour in the Oval Office who was there on 9/10 and acted the same way (but with more security theater and Muslim outreach) on 9/12:

The idea of the US accepting 100,000 Palestinian refugees as part of a Middle East peace agreement was suggested by extremely senior figures in the Bush administration. . . sources close to former prime minister Ehud Olmert told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday.

The reference to “extremely senior figures” is assumed to relate either to president George W. Bush himself or to his secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice.

The sources spoke to the Post after Bush’s national security adviser, Stephen Hadley, said that the administration envisioned that the US would participate in refugee resettlement activities, but could not have known in advance how many refugees the US might have been able to take in.

In a speech in Tel Aviv on Sunday, Olmert said he had reached an agreement with the US on accepting 100,000 refugees. Hadley’s former deputy, Elliott Abrams, denied this on Monday.

According to Hadley, the Bush administration discussed with Israel how the international community could assist in implementing a peace agreement, including how it could help the Palestinian refugees. Ideas discussed included compensation to refugees.

Yeah, because with billions of aid each year from U.S. taxpayers, Palestinians in mansions and fancy shopping malls need more, right? Al-cha-ching, Habibi.

“In that connection, we envisioned that the US would participate in any refugee resettlement activities, along with others in the international community, but that anything the US would do would be done through our normal immigrations process,” Hadley said.

Ri-i-i-ight. What “normal immigrations [sic] process”? We’ve been expanding and rubber stamping Muslim immigration benefits outside of the normal immigration process since 9/11, thanks not to Obama, BUT. BUSH.

“Therefore, there is no way to know in advance the number of refugees that the US might have been able to take, should any refugees have wanted to come to the US.”

Hey, let’s just take ‘em all now, then count ‘em later. 50,000 here. 50,000 there. No biggie.

When he spoke, Hadley was unaware of Abrams’s flat denial. . . .

Olmert’s office [said] that the commitment was made at a higher level.

That means the President, for those of you who are asking “miss him yet?”

So, to those of you who keep blaming Obama for pandering to Muslims but were oh so quiet when Bush did no different, and now exhibit the imbecile quality of missing this utter screw-up, I don’t join you because I actually knew and know what is going on. I pay attention, and you only wake up when someone on the other side of the aisle does the same as your own alleged ideological bed partners.

And that’s why we’ll get more fine examples of mediocrity and jeopardy in both Bush and Obama. I don’t know how you expect better behavior on national security from the liberal you didn’t support than you demanded from the faux-conservative over whom you slobbered. I don’t. I expected more from the fraud who claimed he was the “counterterrorism President,” the “national security President.” But I knew I wouldn’t get it.

And unlike many of you, I actually see history as it was and I know that Bush gave the same as Obama on this front. The exact same. Same heavy-handed “negotiators”–George Mitchell and Tony Blair. Same heavy-handed policies–denouncing Jewish building of homes and apartments on Israeli land. Same pressure to amputate the tiny country more. Same failed idea floated to recognize Hezbollah as a legitimate political party. Same continued fawning over terrorist-host state Syria and its evil human rights abusing Assad Family. Same Saudi Muslim butt-kissing. No difference. Sorry.

Sorry, but I never missed him . . . and I never will. And I don’t miss having an additional 100,000 Palestinian Muslim HAMAS supporters on American shores in addition to those Bush already brought over here in the name of “diversity” and “Muslim outreach.”

Miss him yet?  Only if you’re an idiot . . .  and want more of Obama.  Nostalgia is never 20/20.  Not even close.  Especially when it’s George W. nostalgia. Then, it’s basically beer goggles at bartime.

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42 Responses

Sounds a little quiet around here? Debbie is ready to be Secretary of State.

d. on September 28, 2010 at 6:31 pm

    What an A-hole! I can’t believe he could be so dangerous.

    As goes on September 29, 2010 at 1:10 pm

This is why I come here. For years I had heard the lefts faux-charges of GWB and I wondered why they just didn’t go with the truth.

This is the only site I know that gives concrete reasons why you ought-not miss GWB…and man, are they good reasons!

I keep get mailings to contribute to his Prez Library. Now I know I will pass…

Skunky on September 28, 2010 at 6:39 pm

Condoleezza Rice.

Sr BUSH_ SAUDI asskisser
Jr Bush- gonna get them that who shot my daddy

never liked BUSH till he sorta acted pro ISRAEL
then CONdi said “I understand about ISreal APARTHIED” she says b/c of HER slavery history——– I almost vomited- A woman in a most privledged position and living life of LUXURY and expert on USSR I KNEW SHE KNEW ZIP ZERO NADA about Middle East and was just another COLOR WHORE –

At the top most levels of this country are JEWHATERS and they ar not fooling DEB- (or me)

People making money from SAUD defending from IRAN for SAUDI KING
war on Gulf Kuwait ___> blame went to ISRAEL but we gight for KSA
repeat in IRAQ

SOLD OUT AGAIN and of course with help of other who call themselves JEWISH and worse think they are proISRAEL

And I trust OBAMA less than BUSH which means NOT AT ALL

Isahiah62 on September 28, 2010 at 7:20 pm

Yessir, import more terrorists to the US, and increase the taxpayers’ burden to pay welfare.

Little Al on September 28, 2010 at 7:37 pm

The US was going to help with resettlement of Palestinian refugees but it will NEVER push the Arab World to take responsibility for them and give them full and equal rights in their countries.

100,000 is just a drop in the bucket.

What the Arabs want is not peace but the destruction of Israel. They have rejected any plans that settle the Palestinians’ conflict with Israel short of Israel agreeing to commit demographic national suicide.

Any one who thinks they are going to conduct themselves differently in the future is an idiot.

Class dismissed.

NormanF on September 28, 2010 at 7:53 pm

Thank you, Debbie. I will NEVER miss Bush!!!

And enough people have been brought to this country as
“refugees”…more than enough. We can not support this
anymore.

cthelight on September 28, 2010 at 7:57 pm

The only thing conservative about Bush is his Texas accent. I have never been able to understand why the left hates him so much as he really is one of them. That goes for his father as well. Note that they are actually from Conn.

This is one of the problems that we have with the Republican party and conservatives. Bush was able to appeal to the religous. He felt that abortion was horrible, despite the fact that he did nothing to make it illegal. Yet he talked the talk of the religous right so they pushed him in. This is what comes from not looking at everything that a politicians says and does. We are doing the same thing now. With our country at the brink of destruction, the religous are harping on the fact that we need to make aborting illegal. They don’t seem to understand that he country needs fundamental change back to our origins (like prior to the changes that Lincoln made). A good example of this is the retort on Redstate. I was thrown off that site for suggesting that we concentrate our efforts on reclaiming our government rather than pushing morals on other people.

When it comes down to it, there is no difference between the Republicans and Dems except on the emphasis as to what aspect of our lives and actions they want to dictate. Lets get rid of all of them.

David7134 on September 28, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    “I have never been able to understand why the left hates him so much as he really is one of them.”

    David, that statement is brilliant. I have often thought of that myself. Instead, they fomented faux-outrage. I could actually respect them if they stated why they don’t miss Bush the way DS does. A lot of peeps hated GWB but really didn’t know why. I’d rather be like DS and have a list of concrete, disturbing facts.

    HOWEVER, I have no idea how you can state the Dems and the Repubs are one-and-the-same…especially after the Obmarxist regime has taking over. The last 19 months have been a nightmare. (The peeps who hate Bush, remember, don’t go after him legitimately for the most part).

    That being said, the Reps are pretty disgusting. I know what you mean but I would NOT ever say they were the same. I almost did, then I saw what happened after November 2008.

    Skunky on September 28, 2010 at 9:31 pm

One other Bush point. He did us all a diservice after 9/11 by defining our aggression and “war” against terror. This is like FDR saying that he was going to declare war against Japanese Zero airplanes. Terror is a weapon like a gun, bomb or knife. The people using this weapon on 9/11 and countless other occasions were Muslims. It would be logical, given the last 50 years, to declare war against a religion. In WWII did we simply declare war against the Nazis or did we take on the whole of Germany due to their active or passive support of the Nazis. After all, Hitler was elected by only 30% of Germans.

David7134 on September 28, 2010 at 8:32 pm

Of course Bush enacted pro-Islamist policies – Western Establishments have not only been aiding and abetting Islamist agendas, but are frequently responsible for them.

It’s amazing how many “conservatives” pine for Ronald Reagan.
Ronald Reagan who continued and extended Carter’s arming to the teeth of Saudi Arabia.
Ronald Reagan who gave $Billions of US weapons to the Iranian regime.
Ronald Reagan who provided US air cover for the rescue of the almost-finished PLO from Lebanon in 1982/83.
Ronald Reagan who….the list goes on – http://www.hirhome.com/israel/hirally2.htm#1981

If One looks at the history of the relationship between the US Establishment and the Jewish people, it becomes very clear that there is nothing out of the ordinary about Reagan’s, Bush’s, Clinton’s and Obama’s foreign policy behaviours.

See “Is the US an ally of Israel? A chronological look at the evidence” at http://www.hirhome.com/israel/hirally.htm for documented details.

Nigel on September 28, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    I see what you are saying, to some extent, and your comment is food for thought. However, I beg to differ on one point: I strongly suspect that Reagan NEVER provided Iran with $Billions of weapons. However, he DID provid IRAQ with weapons to fight AGAINST Iran in its war with that country. Reagan came into office after Iran (under Carter) had become our number one enemy. I know. I remember it well.

    man_inPtx on October 3, 2010 at 8:53 pm

It is like when they circulated the picture of obama with his feet on the desk. Oh the outrage, how dare he do that in the oval office. Even tho I don’t like obama I did a quick 10 second google search when I got the email and there is a picture of bush doing the exact same thing. Not a word of outrage. So each side likes to play the outrage card when it benefits their world perspective.

Who I would like a chance to miss is palin, just make her go away and her crazy followers who keep chanting 2012, 2012, 2012.

ender on September 28, 2010 at 8:55 pm

I recall when Canada’s Liberal party Leader (prime minister at the time), Jean Chretien, went on a tour of the Middle East. Chretien (being a Liberal) was 100 percent pro-Palestinian. So he got Canada’s Foreign Minister at the time (that, I believe, was John Manley) to offer the dear Palestinians (huge numbers of them) “refugee status” — so they could come to Cana-duh. (All expenses paid, welfare assured upon landing, housing/ multiple wives, the whole shebang — even for the terrorists, I’m sure) I have to laugh. What happened? Well, of course, the Arabs went on a rampage in the “West Bank” and burned an effigy of John Manley. The Palis were convinced it was all a Zionist plot.

J.S. on September 28, 2010 at 10:04 pm

Every week we learn more and more about Bush. Nothing surprises me anymore. Miss him yet? Yea like a tooth ache!

Brian on September 28, 2010 at 10:06 pm

I always wondered why Jewish Republicans kept repeating that George Bush Jr. was “the most pro-Israel President in American history”.

We all knew the game plan. We saw it before with the old man: Beat up Saddam Hussein and demand Israeli concessions for the “favor”.

What a lot of conservatives don’t realize is that President O’Bama’s policy toward Israel is merely a continuation of the Bush Administration’s policy. The O’Bama Administration is a lot louder and obnoxious about it, but the policy is the same.

There is NO Santa Claus on September 28, 2010 at 10:11 pm

So what pro-Israel, tough-on-Palestinian exterminationism Republican could run for the White House? I doubt such a Jew could be elected, but maybe a suitable Christian Zionist could?

Solomon2 on September 28, 2010 at 11:18 pm

I await the day when Abbas comes out and say –’We Palestinians now have our own state — we pick Vermont!’

Stoker on September 29, 2010 at 10:02 am

In this photo you can see Bushes boozer red nose. The guy was truely a moron.

Truth on September 29, 2010 at 10:14 am

Agree with SKUNKY. It still enrages me that Bush was quoted about the immigration topic in that he wished he could’ve done the whole amnesty thing. Just insane. Then again, Rove was freely talking ON THE RADIO about the book reading contest they engaged in. Bush read about 110 books to Roves 150 or so. EXCUSE ME BUT DON’T YOU HAVE A COUNTRY TO RUNNNNN????? I could never make it through 110 titles if I was working a 40 hr work week let alone be the president. If a smart man is keeping up on current events of the world and getting briefed daily on stuff that concerns the good health of his country, he certainly would never be able to have time for all that casual reading. Big problem. Mr. Brains Rove told the story like its a great amusing thing.

Samurai on September 29, 2010 at 11:12 am

I am sorry. Obama is still worse. I know, it is subjective, like deciding whether Mussolini was worse than Lenin, or Mao worse than Idi Amin. But Obama is still worse.

Gerald on September 29, 2010 at 11:12 am

The irrationality of USA government can drive you nuts. This article kind of reminds of the “boatlift” exodus of 125k Cubans to the USA in 1980; many of them as a result of Cuba emptying its prisons and mental hospitals. Castro is probably still laughing his ass off at what he pulled over on Pres. Carter.

Ace on September 29, 2010 at 11:26 am

    those of us who live in MIAMI are not (laughing)

    Isahiah62 on September 29, 2010 at 8:03 pm

Instead of obsessing about idiots that are gone, how about concentrating on getting rid of the current idiots?

FJ: Reporting major idiocy Bush tried to commit against our country is “obsessing”? Wow, talk about “current idiots.” Some people are eternal ones. Did you wanna give your farm to the Palestinian Muslim HAMAS supporters Bush tried to bring here? Did you bother to read the piece because it’s about hypocrites like you who bring us the idiots on both sides. You are a major part of the problem. You brought us Bush for eight years and Obama for likely 8, because you want to ignore history and only whine when Obama allegedly did something (that he didn’t), which Bush actually tried to do. Where were you for the entire Bush Administration? The story broke now, and I won’t ignore it. Only a moron would ask me to–a moron who loves the ignorant bliss in which he lives. You expect me to ignore history and pretend it didn’t happen? Only idiots do that. You will probably bring Palin and 8 years of Obama. Wake the heck up. Incredible. Why is it so important to only get rid of “current idiots” with a D after their names, and not those with an R? That was a rhetorical question. DS

Farmerjohn on September 29, 2010 at 11:36 am

Farmerjohn:

Because it helps stop people from voting new idiots in. Remember: a lot of conservatives and Israel supporters fell for the Bush thing.

Gerald on September 29, 2010 at 11:59 am

Taking more Muslims into this country is like accepting someone else’s waste from their backed up toilet. It does nothing for us, and does not repair the backed up toilet.

Jgrant on September 29, 2010 at 1:22 pm

Don’t you see? Better here than in Israel, IMHO. Personally they should go live with their brothers in Iran since the Iranian gov’t loves them so much but -100,000 pals in Israel is a good thing. It’s a start anyway since they breed like rabbits.

Anna on September 29, 2010 at 3:10 pm

“Why is it so important to only get rid of “current idiots” with a D after their names, and not those with an R?”

I’ll answer your question anyway. D or R after a name means nothing to me. I’m an independent voter and always have been. I didn’t like Bush and I don’t like Obama. Bush is gone, Obama is not.

“Where were you for the entire Bush Administration?”

I was serving my country and watching my absentee ballot get thrown in the trash every election. Even though I was fighting for my country, my vote didn’t count. Please show me the posts I’ve made defending Bush, Palin or any of those other morons before you call me one. My point was let’s work on the real problems now, instead of past bullets dodged. Why so fast to aim the flame thrower, you in a bad mood?

Farmerjohn on September 29, 2010 at 3:13 pm

Debbie, I supported George Bush….because he promised in an election speech that in his first week of office he would sign the embassy act. Our so called “best friend” not only broke an important election promise but literally broke the heart of Jerusalem. (Israel the only country in the world without an American embassy in it’s capital.) He had eight years to make good on his promise. Bush was a liar and no friend of Israel. Furthermore Bush failed to send even a low level representative of his administration to the Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem. Upon leaving Israel his parting words were, “Take good care of Olmert.” If Bush could not sign the embassy act or partake in the Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem he was telling the world loud and strong that Jerusalem is not the undivided capital of Israel.

All my conservative friends and hierarchy of the Republican party who are dying now because Obama is in office were silent when he failed to sign the embassy act. Silent when he continued to renew the lease on the office of the PLO and silent when Bush in public admonished Israel time and time again warning them that the “daily humiliation of the Palestinian people by Israel must end and that Palestine must be viable, contiguous and NOT RESEMBLE SWISS CHEESE.”

The only conservative voice admonishing Bush was ZOA to which their archives are full to the brim proving Bush was no friend of Israel and more than Obama is.

We were duped friends. Truth of the matter when it comes to Israel, we have no friends. Those screaming foul at Obama now were silent for 8 years. This screaming foul is more about who Obama is than any love for Israel.

Thank you Debbie for your wonderful work. Thank you for exposing truth. Thank you for showing how haughty and sanctimonious our supposed friends are this very moment while shaking our heads at their silence for 8 long years.

noam on September 29, 2010 at 4:04 pm

Excellent article and great comments. Debbie criticizes republicans intelligently the left doesn’t. With this story for example the left probably thinks bush is right so they wouldn’t say anything. Main stream right wing sites know where the money is and thats in bashing obama. This is the only site I know of that you get the truth without the partisan b.s.

tyler on September 30, 2010 at 12:42 am

    Re: tyler on September 30, 2010 at 12:42 am

    Amen!

    JeffE on October 2, 2010 at 8:28 pm

As long as the traditional institutional bias of the state department continues there is very little that the president can do to change things.
The only way to affect any changes in foreign policies would be by congressional legislative motions that bipass those biorocrats.

RG on September 30, 2010 at 12:55 am

Had this been made well known at the time, conservatives would have revolted as they did with immigration/amnesty issues.

Do we miss Bush yet? Warts and all, he is still preferable to either Kerry or Obama.

Further, Bush isn’t on any ballot that I can think of. Next up are the country’s rejection of Pelosi and Reid. Obama gets a turn for a rump-kicking after that. Bush? Well, I guess you can go protest his Presidential Library if you still feel the need to vent your spleen. Either way Ms. Schlussel, you still appear as much of a bitter, vindictive shrew as ever.

So, what’s your point?

TS.Atomic on September 30, 2010 at 6:39 am

100,000? A drop in the bucket indeed. For an oppressed people who have had is sooooo badly, they sure found time to breed, didn’t they?

But that’s the case of people who failed militarily. They outbreed their rivals, maybe export their poor and convince compassionate idiots in other countries to take them in.

Agen T. on September 30, 2010 at 9:28 am

All the choices – Bush, McCain, Obama, Clinton – none of them were worth it. And the one who was – Tom Tancredo – was nowhere near getting elected.

We’ve seen how Somalis return to their country in droves for Jihad. Another reason not to bring any Palis here – just have them do what they do already.

Infidel Pride on September 30, 2010 at 10:07 am

to RG on Sept. 3Oth….you must not have read my post. (2 up from yours)

Lying to Jews about Jerusalem to get elected is a little more than as you term “warts and all.” Especially since when Bush axed the embassy act, the Saudi’s commended him! So let us move on. After being elected yet the second term (under the guies of being best friends) it didn’t matter at all to let it all hang out by not sending a Representative to the Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem. Bush showed his true feelings.

You can all weigh and measure all you want who is worse if that makes you feel better. To me when a person shows themselves to be a friend when in the end is no more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing, that is worse. That is as worse as it can be. Obama came across as a wolf from day one. This is the difference.

Not one Republican can moan and groan over Jerusalem. Our guy had 8 chances to sign the embassy act. YOU had every chance in the world to complain right at the top. He squandered it for the Saudi’s and the holocaust denier he (Bush) called a “man of peace.” So let’s cut right to the chase as to who really whitewashed the Palestinian cause. After Abbas santioned a poster which showed all of Israel, Palestine, Bush reauthorized the lease on the PLO office in NY. Each time Bush axed the embassy act, he resigned the lease for the PLO office in NY even after seeing the PA, U.S. trained security guards march to the NAZI GOOSESTEP!!

noam on September 30, 2010 at 11:48 am

Compared to the nightmare that is Obama – I sure do wish Bush were president, even though I never cared for the Bush family one bit.

Ripper on September 30, 2010 at 5:02 pm

I also would not put too much stock in anything coming out of the mouth of that miscreant Ehud Olmert.

Ripper on September 30, 2010 at 5:03 pm

No one should be surprised that oilman George Bush would sell out Israel. The oil companies have long been anti-Israel to the point of advocating abandoning Israel during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Jewish Republicans who defend Big Oil should keep this in mind.

Scott on October 1, 2010 at 2:44 am

I always knew Bush was a fake, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. When I saw him holding hands with the King of Saudi Arabia, that was my first clue that he was all talk, and no ACTION.i.e his words did NOT match his deeds.
Now thanks to Miss Debbie, he is exposed as the ass-kissing brown nosing Muslim enabler that he is, and was as President.

Let’s start a petition and nominate Debbie for Secretary of State, either for the Nation, or for Michigan…She always seems to be 5 steps ahead of these clowns, and like her or NOT, she tells it like it is, and does NOT sugar-coat it and also, she understands the root of the problem, while all the idiots in public and in government, are only hacking away at the branches, never cutting the problem down to size,regarding with immigration situation..

Who cares? on October 4, 2010 at 8:56 am

Yeah the more I find out about it the more disgusting it is

ty for the abedin i been missing db on July 19, 2013 at 8:24 pm

The guy was a coke head republican. When I first heard be got elected that’s first thing that came into my mind.
I knew from that day the road was rocky but it doesn’t change where we are now.

ty for the abedin i been missing db on July 19, 2013 at 8:28 pm

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