A man who is responsible for sending 2,500,000 of his own men and women to fight in two seperate wars is being praised as a champion of human rights by those who used to hate him, after indirectly criticising someone that they seem to hate even more.

Former President George W. Bush criticized the state of the U.S. politics under Donald Trump in a speech that was quite clearly interpreted as a criticism of the current president. Even though he was too much of a pussy to mention Trump by name in his New York speech.

“Bigotry seems emboldened,” said the man that took close to two weeks to send miltary disaster relief to the hurrican-ravaged city of New Orleans in 2005.

“Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.”

Bush went on to describe the president’s brash approach to foreign relations, just ten years after the United States went to war in Iraq, where the number of Americans killed reached nearly 4,500. Adding in the other war in Afghanistan, and the tally goes to more than 6,600.

Since the U.S. went to war in Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003, about 2.5 million members of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and related Reserve and National Guard units have been deployed in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, according to Department of Defense data – close to the entire population of Brisbane.

Of those, more than a third were deployed more than once. When inclusive of all the allied countries that joined America in said wars, George W. Bush has sent close to 10 million humans to war.



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