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  • Then Gottwalt and Rep. Tina Liebling, DFL-Rochester, had a talking-over-each-other match when Gottwalt ordered her to stop using the term "Bush's war" to describe the war in Iraq.

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  • The phrase "Bush's failed economic policies" was ingrained in the political lexicon.

    Obama Campaign Drops The George W. Bush Talking Point

  • Khalid Omer, a 34-year-old Sunni teacher in the northern Baghdad district of Azamiyah, traces it back to what he called Bush's "triple-wicked" address.

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  • These same folks don't refer to Bush's wars and frenetic military spending as "entitlements"; they reserve this term for Grannie's prescription for reading glasses.

    Jayne Lyn Stahl: The 'Entitlements' Folks

  • We sound exactly like the people who, six years later, were still calling Bush's 2000 win illegitimate.

    The Seattle Times

  • Once dubbed Bush's Brain for the strategic skills he brought to the White House of George W. Bush, Karl Rove has spent the better part of the past two years raising money to oust the current occupant of the Oval Office.

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  • It was enough for the man dubbed "Bush's Brain" to realise he had gone too far.

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  • In office, Obama moved quickly to scale back what his aides had dubbed "Bush's war" and to shift the Pentagon's focus to Afghanistan and its border with Pakistan, which he called the neglected battleground in the fight against al Qaeda.

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  • In office, Mr Obama moved quickly to scale back what his aides had dubbed "Bush's war" and to shift the Pentagon's focus to Afghanistan and its border with Pakistan, which he called the neglected battleground in the fight against al Qaeda.

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  • Obama constantly assailed the president during his own 2008 campaign and often refers to Bush's eight years in office as a period of decline for middle-class Americans.

    The Seattle Times

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