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Bush to Speak in Canada — Would You Pay to Listen?

Former president Bush has come back on the radar, but this time north of the border. The retired leader will deliver his first public appearance since leaving office in Calgary, Canada on March 17. Bush has taken life pretty easy since Jan. 20, hanging around the ranch to focus on what he calls his "new domestic agenda."

The upcoming private event, billed as "A conversation with George W. Bush" will highlight his "eight momentous years in the Oval Office." Bush will also discuss “the challenges facing the world in the 21st century."

The group sponsoring the event reportedly paid Bill Clinton $150,000 for a speech in 2006. Do you think Bush's speeches will be as lucrative? Would you pay to hear what he had to say?

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genesisrocks genesisrocks 6 years
I'm sure anything he said worth hearing would end up on the internet anyway. You guys are too funny
stephley stephley 6 years
:) I didn't shrug it off as just one of those things.
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 6 years
Another look into your compassionate heart Steph.
em1282 em1282 6 years
"Speaking of funny gun stuff, 'member when Cheney shot an old man in the face?" I miss the late-night show jokes about it.
stephley stephley 6 years
"I'm sorry, I was under the impression that Gore had no military experience." Might have wanted to look that up before making phony comparisons. "No magazine and looking at the release, I believe his bolt is locked back" - one caption I found for the Gore picture. Speaking of funny gun stuff, 'member when Cheney shot an old man in the face?
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 6 years
Gore's famous military pic
bellaressa bellaressa 6 years
Sure, why not; but only if its not two months worth salary.
UnDave35 UnDave35 6 years
I'm sorry, I was under the impression that Gore had no military experience. Completely off topic, is anyone else not seeing their friends with "-" signs?
UnDave35 UnDave35 6 years
I'm sorry, I was under the impression that Gore had no military experience.Completely off topic, is anyone else not seeing their friends with "-" signs?
stephley stephley 6 years
Nope, you're mixing me up with someone else. I feel if you're going to be highly critical of someone for not doing something, you should make sure they didn't do it.
stephley stephley 6 years
Nope, you're mixing me up with someone else.I feel if you're going to be highly critical of someone for not doing something, you should make sure they didn't do it.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
Oh i just thought it was people who liked being condescending.
Carrie-Sue Carrie-Sue 6 years
"No! He ruined our country and now Obama has to clean up his gigantic mess." As long as we're bringing up old topics...the new President is trying to fix "his gigantic mess" (which really didn't start with him in the first place) with a $789B wasteful spending package.
stephley stephley 6 years
People who consider accuracy a valuable contribution to public discussion.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
"once again Dave...." but who is counting?
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
wren, my country isnt ruined, where do you live?
stephley stephley 6 years
"And yet we just about elected Al Gore, who did the same thing..." Once again Dave, you are incorrect. Al Gore enlisted in the military despite the fact that his father opposed the Vietnam war and he himself protested it. Gore served in Vietnam as an army journalist, 1969 – 71. Cheney had more important things to do and Bush bailed on his service in the Air National Guard.
Myst Myst 6 years
I didn't like Gore either but at least we didn't elect them to become our Secretary of Defense and being essentially in charge of our military. Which is one of the reasons why I'm happy that Obama stuck with Gates. He's a good man that actually deserves is posts and he also he had no vested interest in Haliburton.. unlike Cheney.
UnDave35 UnDave35 6 years
I'd go hear him speak. I'd count the Bushisms. "How in the hell do you become Sec. of Defense when you avoided the draft like it was a plague and use a flimsy a** excuse of "I had more important things to do", never served a day of your life serving in the military and then have the nerve to tell people it's important to serve your country." And yet we just about elected Al Gore, who did the same thing... :oy:
Myst Myst 6 years
I still I growl whenever I hear that man's name. I still can't believe he became Secretary of Defense... let alone VP. How in the hell do you become Sec. of Defense when you avoided the draft like it was a plague and use a flimsy a** excuse of "I had more important things to do", never served a day of your life serving in the military and then have the nerve to tell people it's important to serve your country. In the words of my daddy.. "f*ck that".
wren1 wren1 6 years
No! He ruined our country and now Obama has to clean up his gigantic mess. :mob:
Myst Myst 6 years
lol GS..
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