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"Murphy was an optimist!"

Bush asks Mom, “How do you know his life would have been good?” August 18, 2006 7:22 am

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Politics, Touchy Subjects, United States, Video
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Did Bush really say this?!

Dolores Kesterson’s son died in Iraq. She was granted a private meeting with the President.

Dolores tried to give Bush a sense of what type of person Erik had been. She described her son as a “comedian” whose favorite saying was, “Life is good.” The president replied, “How do you know his life would have been good?” [Source]

He followed up with some enlightenment.

Before he concluded their meeting, Bush proclaimed to Dolores, "We won’t know in our lifetime whether or not Iraq was a success." [Source]

In our lifetime?! I can tell now.

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