Mickey Rourke Does Not Blame Everything On Bush

Actor Mickey Rourke has had a rocky career and he finally made it back after some difficult times. He received an award the other night for his part in a movie about a wrestler. Good for him.

Interestingly, this Hollywood type is not the typical deranged Bush basher. Most actors are so upset with President Bush they can’t see straight and their minds go numb and they act like bigger morons than they really are whenever his name is mentioned. They call it Bush Derangement Syndrome for a reason.

Rourke though, has a different take on it. Rourke said he does not blame everything on Bush and that given what has happened he did the best he could.

He tells the publication, “President Bush was in the wrong place at the wrong time, I don’t know how anyone could have handled this situation.

“I don’t give a f**k who’s in office, Bush or whoever, there is no simple solution to this problem… I’m not one of those who blames Bush for everything. This s**t between Christians and Muslims goes back to the Crusades, doesn’t it.

“It’s too easy to blame everything on one guy. These are unpredictable, dangerous times, and I don’t think that anyone really knows quite what to do.” Daily Express

It is kind of a shame that Rourke actually said this. His career might be on the rise again after a long dry spell and now he will probably never work again. Once the liberals in Hollywood find out he said something good about Bush he will be blackballed big time. Rourke will be lucky to get a job doing commercials for dog food.

At least he gets it. At least he understands that no one person is to blame for it all and that some things can’t actually be blamed on someone. He was right when he said that no matter who it was, it would have been tough to handle.

Only one week to go and the liberals will not have Bush to kick around and they won’t have Republicans to blame. They will have the whole shooting match and all the blame that goes around.

Who am I kidding? Unlike Mickey Rourke, the liberals will [continue to] blame Bush for everything.

Big Dog

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5 Responses to “Mickey Rourke Does Not Blame Everything On Bush”

  1. Adam says:

    “At least he understands that no one person is to blame for it all and that some things can’t actually be blamed on someone.”

    I’m going to roll this one out on you over the next 4-8 years concerning Obama. You talk about Bush Derangement Syndrome now but you’re already showing the signs of early onset Obama Derangement Syndrome. It’s hard to stop BDS though. It’s spread to nearly 75% of the US. Maybe we should increase taxes for government grants in scientific research to find a cure before it spreads to you and your family.

  2. Big Dog says:

    Well, you do what you think is best. I am pointing out the items the MSM refuses to look at. Might explain why they are all going under, thank God.

    I have placed blame on both parties, acknowledged the good things done by members of both and have also commented on the few things Obama has done so far that I agreed with.

    However, I am a conservative and he is a far left wing liberal (despite how he is governing, his views are polar opposite of mine) therefore I will not agree with him often.

    You guys have NEVER agreed with Bush and you go after him for the same things on which you give Obama or other Democrats a pass.

    I’ll tell you what, you find a place in the Constitution where that kind of study is authorized to be paid for with our money and I will not oppose you if you try to get it. There is no way that BDS or any other syndrome can spread to me or my family because we were all raised to take care of ourselves. No one here collects welfare or food stamps and we all pay for our own health care.

    But thanks for your concern. Too bad you had that lobotomy. You might be a decent guy if they hadn’t made you liberal like that….

  3. Adam says:

    I assume you mean my college again. You’re always putting down my sad little college. I didn’t attend Berkley in the 60’s or anything like that. I went to the University of Arkansas At Little Rock. I had only two transparently liberal professors in my 5 years of school. The majority of my professors were math and computer nerds who couldn’t care less about politics in general, much less liberalism.

    What impacts my political and religious views most is having grown up in the South in general and the Bible Belt and coming from a family with a rich history of good Christians voting for Democrats. I tone down my more radical views as I get older of course and the Southern Democrat emerges in me…

  4. Big Dog says:

    Remember what they say, if you are not a liberal at 20 you don’t have a heart and if you are not a conservative at 40 you don’t have a brain.

    Even I would not equate you to Berkeley

  5. hdrk05 says:

    typical response by a dem (Adam) raise taxes to chase a myth. It is never one person who is to blame when it comes to government unless you are a dem then it is the repulican party that did it and for oh so long it was all Bush’s fault. So when the tide changes just shut up and take it the way you dished it out. Both parties are worthless and full of lies and corruption.